‘H’ hour minus two hours would be my start time the next morning.
You must have heard that the "future of our country lies in the hands of our children" told to us repeatedly by our kings. The realization of that statement only comes to you, after you do well in the school and get a job or do something for yourself. In any organization that you may serve you become like a bricks of a big house. One or two weak bricks may not do damage to the house, but couple of damaged bricks can cause the house to collapse. So do not be the damaged bricks. The good bricks are the one which bore the heavier brunt in the kilns. Your kilns are the schools and universities and try to get burnt there to be a excellent quality bricks.
Today we see lots of youth roaming in the cities jobless and the irony is that we have no manpower in the construction sector taking up menial work. Why is that happening? Some of our children must be there at Thimphu asking for hard earned money from here. They could have easily earn minimum Nu. 165 per day if they work somewhere. Why they are not working? The fault lies not in them but in us. Please have a serious thought about it, later over a cup of bangchang. I am saying bangchang so that it would be a memory thread for you all to have a discussion later in the evening.
The sellers must think that he is there because of the buyers, the service provide must think that he is there because of the service taker, doctors must think that he is there because of the patient and not the other way round as we must have noticed some day, sometimes.