Now that we left behind the hell of a week and the last 3 days with field exercise which gave us nothing but more hell, I feel like this 10 week has passed in a blink of an eye. If you were to ask me what have I gone throughout the training, I could say nothing but you have to live it to understand.
Dozens of applications realized during and out of the lecture. Receiving mentor guidance from people of great value, extremely challenging 2 field exercises. And what was all that for? To overcome yourself and to push your limits.
Excuse us for the mistakes that we might have done during this process. This process left me 10 very precious team friends and an expending and strengthening community that had gone through Cyber Struggle. I learned there are no limits except the ones in our heads as I live it. I learned the Word impossible is nothing but a mind game and if I am prepared enough to the task ahead, I observed that I can overcome any so-called impossibilities if I struggle.
Currently, I am not that happy to have my weekends free or to get rid of the danger of encountering an incident. This process taught me to always be on alert and that the struggling is always supposed to go on, that we are free as long as we are out of our comfort zone. The limits are only within minds. Do not think that you will not be challenged. You will challenge yourself and even fort his reason, Cyber Struggle is worth living. Lastly and most importantly, this crew that made you have an intense and hard learning experience and welcomed you with warm hugs in your dirty outfit after everything was over, deserves it all. By the way, I automatically find myself composing approximately 200 words when I start writing something. Thank you for everything.