|Motivate my indifference
“So what college do you want to go?” asked Mrs.Scully. “I want to go to Harvard.”, “I want to go to Yale”, a group of 3rd graders eagerly answered. That was 9 years ago, and nine years later like the small desks with drawers, my “Arthur” poster hanging on the wall, the dreams of “Yale and Harvard” too faded away. Maybe you are like me, for the very first time in my life, I felt something different, something slipped away; insecurity, agony and remorse. If you are like everyone else in the school, these dreams has been replaced with the constant repeat of “GPA”, “extra-curricular”, “sports”, “after school jobs” and “AP courses”. No gone the time when we roamed the fresh, green grass of the soccer field on a warm, sunny day. No gone the time when we had our birthday where everyone from the school were invited. Today, at this hour, on this minute, our lives are controlled by, restrained by, and restricted by issues that we don’t even know why.