I've been going to classes all day and unfortunately it is raining. I don't mind the rain, but I do
mind it when I have to walk across campus and my shoes are completely soaked. Anyways, I'm
not here to rant about school or the rain or even rant in general. I have been thinking a lot
recently, about school and the future. I've also been thinking about this time crunch some
people seem to be on. There is a certain age you're expected to finish school at and even a
certain age to be married, well I mean in brown culture especially. It got me thinking, do we as
people sometimes happen to limit how much time we have to do certain things?
I know life is short and of course our time here on earth is limited because not to be negative or
anything, but it is expected that everyone will die. Whether this be a sudden death driving back
from the movies or a disease like cancer that was dragged out for years and eventually, cancer
We go to school our whole lives, most of us who have the means to go. We surround ourselves
with friends and family, we deal with problematic ass people, we hear about victims of rape
through the news, we even get to witness the era of new idiotic president!
Honestly speaking, life is constantly moving, but are we moving with it or just trying to keep
up as best we can? Do we feel the need to race against life, somehow get ahead and beat it?
Are we as a society ready to accept flaws in life?
See, the funny thing is I always ask these questions, but even I have no clue.