The conflicting part about waiting for college life to come to an end, is that we’re not actually waiting.
We are working.
We are growing, we are learning, and we are maturing. We’re doing everything that is simply the opposite to being still and expecting results. Yet, in the back of our minds, there’s this subtle feeling that we are simply anticipating an ‘end.’ But that in itself is completely wrong.
It’s not the end.
It is far from the end.
So much for us begins, after our subjects and courses. For that reason alone, we must all change something about our mindsets.
The idea that we’re simply dormant, waiting for an end – when actually we’re doing a lot, we are working towards a beginning.
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