We college students do not have an easy routine. We sign up for classes, attend them, socialize at times, but mostly, we are looking for who we really are in life. We may spend a minimum of four years on campus, but graduating without knowing who you truly are may happen to a grand majority of the college community. We are young, we make mistakes, and we follow our hearts most of the times instead of listening to our dull brains. These reflect on the billions of situations we pass through every minute of every day. Even though we try to disguise the worry from our faces, it’s inevitable to hide from ourselves. From late teens to the mid-twenties, we students may be stuck in a constant cycle of self-development. Looking further to the future or thinking of the past, one way or another, we attempt to shape ourselves. All these stages several generations face are not an effortless task. It takes gut and ambition for the creative minds to flow and continue forth. Obstacles such as heart breaks, educational let-downs, or the obvious death from a close one are all effects of multiple break downs. The older, more experienced generations may have gone through similar situations, yet they will never
give sufficiently well advice like the one you discover on your own. Whether the other piece of love you held onto for such a long time finally parted from you, or that huge exam you needed to ace to pass the course failed on you, one never fully recovers and simply drags on throughout the day. Wishing all would be fine, wanting it to be much better than the present; we all struggle.
Although we cope and combat with dozens of difficulties onward, we may never really find ourselves. Very few of us may find our true meaning and purpose, but in all it becomes an eternal process. Our feet take huge steps, as well do our lives. Overall, it is basically the way you view the whole thing. Do you believe this to be true? We never really find ourselves? The constant lessons that result from a college education may help each of us gain perspective. Some may go on to forever be one-hundred percent clueless, while others believe they found their “calling”. Triumph awaits those who endeavor and give it their utmost attention. Give it some thought; let the mind flow onto greatness in pursuit of finding yourself.