Speak Up At The Real World And Being On Your Own Essay

787 Words Dec 8th, 2015 4 Pages
Speak Up
Being in college certainly makes you realize how close you are to living in the real world and being on your own. We’re expected to know what we want to be when we grow up and start working for four years towards that goal. However, we may not realize that the majority of us are in the same boat. We don’t know what we want to be or what we want to do. We think the whole world has it figured out and that we’re the only ones that feel like this, but we’re wrong. I’m not exactly sure why this particular gif stuck out so much, maybe because I was able to relate to it or the fact it’s a common thing. But I do think it is a gif worth talking about and has a true meaning. How many times have you been in a crowded room, but still felt alone or ousted? Whether it’s in school, your house, or even your sports teams. You could be surrounded by one hundred plus people, yet it’s still possible to feel lost. First, we need to realize we aren’t all actually on our own. You wouldn’t even expect it, but so many people feel the same way we do. The feeling that you have no idea what you’re doing or what you want to do.
We as humans are able to put on a persona in order to not allow people to know how you actually feel. So on the outside looking in, the person seems content and care free, but take a mile in their shoes and you might be seriously flabbergasted. Everything isn’t always how it seems, so you can’t constantly base yourself off of what other people are doing or look like,…

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