Dear Some Lower Batches,
The university is not a play ground. It is not a place where you can play games such as “hide and seek”, “run-after-me-until-you-get-tired”, “solve-the-puzzle-where-am-I”, “chase-me-until-you-get-pissed-off” and lastly, “i-grew-up-a-brat-so-you-do-it-for-me”.
Gahd. Your upperclassmen classmates are not here to babysit you. We’re not here to do everything for you or to tell you what to do - figure it out yourself.
Use your brains. Just so you know you’re a thinking individual. Use your brain cells before it lose its power. Do not ask what you will do without thinking about it or trying to think about it first.
Be independent. Only then you will learn that you’re limitations are very far from what you can actually do. Do not always think that Divine intervention will help you get through your deadlines. You pray but mostly, you have to work for it.
Be responsible. You don’t postpone a meeting on the time of the meeting itself without any reason or without saying sorry. You committed that time so do everything to be there for heaven’s sake!
Ugh. You should know these things by now - before I actually post this.
Enough of your “I-am-a-brat” attitude.
Again, we’re not your babysitters in the university. We’re not here to play games with you or create ideas for you. We’re here to create ideas WITH you.
I often think that life in the university has been too amazing for me that I don’t deserve it. Ugh
Blessed are those who started to love learning while they’re young
Blessed are those who still love learning as they grow old
Blessed are those who continually seek for truth and enlightenment
Blessed are those who keep their passion for learning
Blessed are those who have lost their faith in learning
But were able to get back to track of loving learning.