Life of a student is not so easy. Every morning I wake up and gaze out my dormitory window at a gorgeous campus with modern buildings surrounded by clean fields of clean-cut grass. The only… thing that might appear odd to any average SU student about this sight is that this beautiful looking campus was not their own. As I explore the surrounding campus near my dorm, Sadler Hall, there are several observations made which helped to determine the areas of “trivial conflict” and areas which seem to reflect social norms.
asking for more. Some ask for money, some ask for power, some ask for knowledge, some ask for a love life, some ask for sex and whether we admit… it or not there are these people who even ask for “life” per se. Uhhmm… but what is life really? Is it something that is given or is it something that is achieved? For my own discernment and with due respect to the opinion of everyone, I would have to say that life is something that is given.
School activities, waking up early in the morning, whether it is hot or cold, putting on one’s uniform, hurriedly polishing shoes and rushing to the bus stop to catch the school bus and getting used to the words “Hurry up! you will be late!” You reach school and again the same words “Hurry up!” do not let you rest in peace.
At home, parents utter them like mantras and in school teachers and prefects do not let you forget them. Throughout the day, it is a mad rush, one period gets over, the other starts and you are ready for the second subject the third and so on. The whole day you attend classes and the rest of the day you will do your assignments.