Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Sense of Belonging

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            I am an avid reader of books, and so it goes without much fuss that I have across so many things or I have learnt so many things in my life courtesy of the umpteen books I have read. Ever since I was little, I have always known how important books are to the life of a person. Despite the fact that I take a very challenging course in campus-medicine-I always average a total of three books a week. That basically comes down to reading one book every two days. The ratio is considerably higher when I am home for summer holidays or when I am on internship.

            Other than reading I am also a fan of essay writing-I worked for an essay writing service before I joined campus-even though my course means that I get very little time to pursue that talent that I obviously possess. One thing that I have learnt from my love of books (and also from what the different authors that I have interacted with in the course of my life) is that a person’s family is the best thing that could ever happen to him or her and so despite a person’s schedule, one should always find time to be with his family. It means so much, even though many people never realize that.

            I like to think that my fellow campus mates are the most affected as far as this is concerned because they are just too busy to interact with members of their family. If they actually do interact, then this normally takes a very short time that there is virtually no time to have a sense of belonging or build up the feeling of camaraderie that should exist among relatives when they meet. This is not cool at all and I would advise my fellow mates to work on it.

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