Good old time
I miss our old heroes of the 20th century, the ideal legends, the legends who dependably spare the day. Yes, there’s a spot for the “practical” saints with relatable issues who do as well as can be expected yet can’t spare everybody, or the legends who are compelled to wind up underhandedness to stop detestable. I’m for investigating the hazy areas amongst good and bad, yet we require flawless legends too. We require our heroes to speak to a perfect to take a stab at, something better that we can work towards The first Star Trek truly entireties up what was incredible about that time since it was a dream of a future where humankind had defeated its issues and developed to the point where we might all be able to cooperate for a higher reason. Obviously, there would, in any case, be issues to manage. However, they could simply be fathomed through science and innovation and solid authority. At that point in the 70’s we discovered our pioneers were bringing about every one of the issues and innovation was gradually slaughtering us and it’s been downhill from that point onward. I don’t have the foggiest idea of what a perfect period was in the past having been born in the 80`s.I trust we lost something vital as our social center moved far from the brilliant future towards the stormy present.
Funny university stories
My favorite period of time is by far the my days in university. from the very fist day i reported to the day of my graduation, my time in campus was enriching and highly informative and will always go down in my history as a period i would not change anything if i had to do it all over again. in campus, i learned that knowledge does not only come from books but the majority of knowledge is obtained from the interactions with other people. the various diverse individuals present in the campus environment give one a glimpse into the overall world. there are all kinds of people and personality that ultimately prepare one for the real world. campus life also helped me understand the true meaning and importance of networking. most of the friendships and relationships i established in campus have proved to be more than valuable in my present life and i expect they will be even more fruitful in the future. campus life also taught me not to be judgmental of other people’s backgrounds or first impressions. the old saying maybe true that first impressions are crucial, however, i would not have most of my fruitful relationships if i only concentrated on first impressions. a lot of people have so much to offer however, you have to know them better for most people to open up and enrich the world around all of us. in additions, judging people based on their outward appearance is illogical can has not real value to the society at large. in summary, the lessons i learnt in my time in campus are and will forever be a valuable asset in my life and as such, this period of time will always be my favorite.