From Me to You: Write a few words of encouragement to the past you.

Sometimes, we tend to think and dwell about the choices we would’ve made, should’ve made, could’ve made. 

Regrets may sink upon you, no matter how hard you try to brush them away.

There are just some things you wish to change, no matter how desperate you want to see the good in everything and remain optimistic. There were hard times in the past, but nonetheless you’ve made it so far, you’ve weathered it through by holding on.

And most importantly, you were always there for yourself, holding your own hand and pushing through with that little voice in your head. 

MONGA 2021 wants to celebrate you for being who you are! 

Write letters to the 15 year old version of you, or maybe you want to spare a few words of courage for the future version of yourself.

Tell yourself what a damn great job you did today, give your younger self a pat on the back for standing tall and proud and put your hands together for the person you will be in the next 5 years.

We’re going to practice self-appreciation, one step at a time. 

Share with us your messages / advices below:

You may also send your writing piece (essays under 1000 words, poetry, etc.) or visual artwork (comics, photographs, illustrations, paintings, etc.) to musa.editor@monash.edu and be featured on our website!

Article by Christie Wong
Header by Angeline Ho

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