Somewhere in selfhood, we can find the true earnestness and vigor of being free-spirited, brand new, and a wild bleeding heart in our college sunshine. It’s almost like a lifetime lived in these tiny yet unforgettable days. Supreme is how you feel.
Unequal, Unmatched, and Untamed.
Just these short four five years and then suddenly we need to cleanse the haze and look out to a new world, full of responsibilities and WORK. A new sail towards some entirely different currents, where friends are to be given a second priority, something we had never thought about, during our college days!
During our courses, or in the middle of it, life gets us on one such journey where we get to know ourselves pretty well, and by the time we master the skills of being ourself, we need to change as the situation demands.
Remember, how easy it was to sprawl all day long in the bed, and at the night again easily doze off to sleep, where every day was Sunday and not to forget that completing attendance criteria was the only tough job we had.
Conceivably, now after the little liberty span has ended, I realise that the BAZAAR out there is waiting for us, it wants us but more than that we want it, we need it.
College days really convert us into one completely different personality, and by the time we realise that its high time and a yet another transformation is required, we miss to cease the opportunity.
Our cell phone demands to get rid of long whatsapp chats, and wants to be full of office mails and assignments, there’d be no more freaking and pouting selfies, and moreover a formal change to the wardrobe demands to be done strictly.
Possibly, it’s high timethat we college pals need to experience the change from friends to office colleagues..
To feel that feeling of satisfaction when you finally earn your bread and butter, all by yourself(Well, these days its a lot more than just merely bread and butter.)
To compare, whether we’d still be able of partying like the way we used to earlier, or the ‘VALUE-MONEY-COZ-YOU-EARN-IT’ factor would mostly keep us away from it?
At this time, there are so many thoughts on being independent, uncurbed and free but now obviously in a re-framed manner as college is the end of an era.
By: Ravisha Ranga