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GoodBye My Student Life ...

 Now I have only 1 month left in college .. I feel so delight but little bit sad to say goodbye to all of my friends here.. My life in college was so adventurous .. So many things happened and I learned a lot from the college .. Now Im ready to fly .. Im ready to work and so excited to .. 25.02. 2010 is my last day in college ... Goodbye My student Life ..

DollyDiva DollyDiva 22-25, F 7 Responses May 17, 2009

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Sure .. I can imagine

Being a student would have been a great gig if it had paid better.

It was a good memory :)

I believe that any major change in one's life - especially when one is young, is particularly difficult to imagine! I was 16 years of age when after been accepted by the first art-school - I fell into a Great Panic! So great, that I told my father, that no matter what he'd do to preventing me from doing anything else - I wanted to join the telephone company. For you see, having carried the burden of being "slightly odd", as others, some others that is, not everyone - I had begun to believe THIS liability, myself. Also I was fascinated by the mechanics of things, though being as well, a "Luddite" as Brother Juan would tell me, I wanted to proof I was not so much the anachronism, which he liked calling me - partly in jest, and partly in order to stall me me - or paralyze any progress I'd need to make; TRUE, to my path. Eventually, I surrendered to my father's possessiveness and mandates of me - for he thought me challenged by the Real World overall! But I was strong even then, and wanted to assert my decision. However, when I looked into the "bigger picture" which was to be, representative of my life from then on - I took a big breath of Courage and entered as undergraduate, the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. And there, did I find a "home" which suited me...although I'd trembled at the idea of entering the NEXT new phase in Life. My advice to you then is: Life IS constant change, which will not come to a stasis, because you, or I, or anyone would prefer it. All these changes large and small, will be rites of passage! Trust them, for these speak of what path will mainly be responsible for the rest of your growth. And be Courageous, for if you'd wish it to be of lesser a haste, felt by you - you'll glue yourself onto a spot called inertia.<br />
So, all who may tremble a little about entering a new phase, AS I DID and still do now - which College may formally initiate, throw those fears, mostly imagined up so high away from you - and allow the wind to inherit them. You, yourself, anyone in such a situation, and I WAS AS WELL...for to me, there is NO special force which would spare me...I realize I am the same, as everyone else!<br />
And then go courageously on to what Arena, it is which calls you. I believe, though courage, and a belief for yourself, you'll triumph - where firstly, you had feared! Onwards and Upwards, an old lion of a professor, advised me do. Always allow your path to further explore. And... do you know what? It was a TRUISM he shared, (but very strongly) with me. And to this day, I am thankful to him for IT!<br />
Good luck then! Do not surrender to fear which is mostly, of your imagination - and be of courage always, as well, as BE WELL!!!

I believe that any major change in one's life - especially when one is young, is particularly difficult to imagine! I was 16 years of age when after been accepted by the first art-school - I fell into a Great Panic! So great, that I told my father, that no matter what he'd do to preventing me from doing anything else - I wanted to join the telephone company. For you see, having carried the burden of being "slightly odd", as others, some others that is, not everyone - I had begun to believe THIS liability, myself. Also I was fascinated by the mechanics of things, though being as well, a "Luddite" as Brother Juan would tell me, I wanted to proof I was not so much the anachronism, which he liked calling me - partly in jest, and partly in order to stall me me - or paralyze any progress I'd need to make; TRUE, to my path. Eventually, I surrendered to my father's possessiveness and mandates of me - for he thought me challenged by the Real World overall! But I was strong even then, and wanted to assert my decision. However, when I looked into the "bigger picture" which was to be, representative of my life from then on - I took a big breath of Courage and entered as undergraduate, the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. And there, did I find a "home" which suited me...although I'd trembled at the idea of entering the NEXT new phase in Life. My advice to you then is: Life IS constant change, which will not come to a stasis, because you, or I, or anyone would prefer it. All these changes large and small, will be rites of passage! Trust them, for these speak of what path will mainly be responsible for the rest of your growth. And be Courageous, for if you'd wish it to be of lesser a haste, felt by you - you'll glue yourself onto a spot called inertia.<br />
So, all who may tremble a little about entering a new phase, AS I DID and still do now - which College may formally initiate, throw those fears, mostly imagined up so high away from you - and allow the wind to inherit them. You, yourself, anyone in such a situation, and I WAS AS WELL...for to me, there is NO special force which would spare me...I realize I am the same, as everyone else!<br />
And then go courageously on to what Arena, it is which calls you. I believe, though courage, and a belief for yourself, you'll triumph - where firstly, you had feared! Onwards and Upwards, an old lion of a professor, advised me do. Always allow your path to further explore. And... do you know what? It was a TRUISM he shared, (but very strongly) with me. And to this day, I am thankful to him for IT!<br />
Good luck then! Do not surrender to fear which is mostly, of your imagination - and be of courage always, as well, as BE WELL!!!

I dont wanna think about that ,, you know ? Its kinda headache lol I just wanna figure out slowly,, lil by lil until I could find out,, I dont wanna rush myself bc finally thats not what i really want,, many times i did,, I thought I knew it but NOPE,, nothing :(

only 2semesters left 4u?i have one more after my exams and i rather not think bout what i ll do=/