To twentysomethings like me

The world is notalways full of sunshine and rainbows. There are very mean and nasty places. It doesn‘t care how tough you are, it will beat you to your knees and keep you there permanently if you let it. 

Twentysomethings like us, maybe some of guys reading this paper, have gone through a lot of pain. Some may not get good grades in college entrance examination then came to a general university. Or some broke up with his girlfriend or her boyfriend and couldn’t do things well with getting addicted to alcohol from then on. Or one’s parents might get divorced which really made him down. All these things are normal but can’t be admitted easily especially for us twentysomethings. 

We may get into a downtime and neglect what is really important. It’s normal, we’re not knucklehead. However, it doesn’t matter how hard you are hit. It matters howhard you can get hit and keep moving forward. 

In retrospect, can you still remember what your original dream is? Have you forgotten the sense of being touched and moved . It seems that there is a lot of time for people at sea to think about and decide what to do. Nevertheless, actually it’s not true.We are already twenty, if we cry for missing the sunshine at first, we willalso miss the star light the next.

I have never thought so strongly like this, people are supposed to feel grateful for the fortune of living and to spend every minute happily. This means doing what one is eager to do instead of doing what one has to do.

I’d like to quote some words from a TED talk presentedby Doc. Meg Jay. Claim your adulthood, get some identity capital, use your weakties, pick your family. Don’t  be defined by what you didn’t  know or didn’t  do,you ‘re deciding your life right now.