November. That month.
That month when exams force their way through all resistance and become our best friend with an evil smile, and you just have to live with it.
It’s pretty much the same story with every Delhi University student; we hate this month through and through.
What’s worse is that it’s only when we have absolutely mundane things to study that all sorts of fantastic things come into mind! I could think of so many USEFUL things I could do, things really worth my while, and I was…stuck.
But, after these exams get over, you are just left staring into space wondering what to do with life!?
Such is the irony of life.
After 5 days of this pointless existence (yes, I’m facing that too), I’ve decided to pull myself together. I’m going to try and put all those wonderful, “useful” plans into action and it starts with this blog!
What are you up to this winter break? Comment!
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Golden Age.”
The Golden Age definitely is the age of an adolescent (maybe because I’ve just come out of that age).
Dear Indian society,
I hate the world as it is today. More so, I hate the society in India today. People, expectations, perceptions, economics; all of it are out to strangle the dreams of the youth.
You may not empathize with me, but you can probably sympathize.
While turning 30 is seem as a very, very bad thing indeed (Joey from the sitcom Friends shouting “Why God?! Why us?!” comes to mind), turning 20 is the exact opposite. If you have just turned 20 or are about to, people will tell you to make the best of it.
I just turned 20. Although I received no such advice on what to do or not now that I’ve reached “the most productive decade of my life”, I do have a few things I am looking forward to (the introspection is because of waaayyyyyyy too much free time).