“I am not the finisher, I am a starter and I am always thinking what is the next project.” - Peter Eisenman
We slept soundly so we have no reason to not having an enough vigorous body and mind today. We, as required woke up and went downstairs to get a breakfast, shaking up our wake up. Today was going to be a very exhausting, droop day as it needed a very tough minded to be fulfilled 8 steps of methadology methods.
We suddenly realized, ball is in our court so we need instantly decided what is the best. We stepped to the Grand Ballroom Hotel though we already knew this journey might bring us to a very big risk as it something that we bite off more than we can chew.
The facilitators started the session with introduction of methadology methods. The first step of the method is identify the problems. We learnt how to be an observer and studying a very simple yet helpful step in this step. As Frances Hodgson Burnett said in his book, The Secret Garden, “If you look the right away, you can see that the whole world is a garden.” By then, we are so lucky because the facilitators here every time willing to help and cherish the participants even after.
The learning session rested to be filled with coffee break time. All the dishes are so delicious as it was made from the very expert chef.
It’s coffee break time :P
The programme be continued with other following 7 steps of methadology method. In the second step, we had been taught to always be positive in each step we take and do not ever give up, otherwise, just back to the drawing board.
So, one of the facilitators explained about the next step, set target. Furthermore, the session continued with the step, analyze the root cause. We learnt a lot.
It’s a lunch time! Every participants also teachers were getting the dishes and ate happily. The muslims implemented jama’ solat zuhr and asr. The rest were taking their rest prepared to the next session.
All of the steps followed in this session. We were asked some questions and we also answered some. The reward also given at least we had shown the braveness to face people.
One of our students came in front to answer the question.
The session was ended gracefully. We hope this will last longer and we will take all the lessons given.
That is all for now on. Thank you for staying. See you in our next post...