Many kids come out of college, they have a credit card and a diploma. They don’t know how to buy a house or a car or health insurance or life insurance. They do not know basic microeconomics.
– Jesse Jackson
You spend thousands of dollars and the best years of your life going to college so you can be considered good enough for a job you hate for a boss who doesn’t care about you, so you can be paid money which doesn’t exist in order to buy stuff you don’t need to impress people you don’t even like.
You can make life dance to your tunes inside your college gates (i.e.during your college life) but at the other side of the gate, life sets its own tunes & makes you dance. So live each moment of your college life.
College comes and goes like a wind what is left behind is a bunch of memories which you cherish for the rest of your lives – showing it to your relatives, friends, everyone – “These Were My Golden Days. I Was The King Of My Life. Everybody Used To Call Me ‘The Ultimate Rockstar’ .Don’t Miss It And Don’t Ruin It either…Live It All !!!!”
The freshman girl, oh so shy, sits and watches the sophomore guy. The sophomore guy, his head in a whirl, sits and watches the junior girl. The junior girl, in her red sedan, sits and watches the senior man. The senior man, all hot and wild, secretly loves the freshman girl.
I used to hear a saying back in the mid 60’s in college but can’t remember it well. Might you know it? Not even sure how it began but will give it a try. It went something like this…
“A thousand faces the the crowds but still feel alone”… Or something like that? Can you help me out? Tried checking the Internet, but can’t find it anywhere. Thanks, sera :)