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I'm the same yet different.

" Being in college makes people more mature, doesn't it? " - A friend of mine.
 Does it?

Maybe, it does.

It's odd. The other day, a friend and I were just talking. We talked about the time when we were in high school and all the silly things that happened.

Looking back, I noticed that I have changed and yet remained the same.

I feel that I have gained slightly more wisdom. I'm not saying I'm wise but I'm wiser than I used to be. I can see things in a different perspectives and accept it. I can accept things more easily now. In the past, I would have resisted a little more.

But at the same time, I haven't really changed as I still possess my craziness and my charming demeanor.

It's fun to simply realize all this.

anyhow, it's just fun to see how we are different and yet the same with our past selves.

I know this is a pointless post but whatever. I feel very pointless today.


Happy "Sam" said…

I also same .... when i frinish study.

Still like a kids and play around but after work then become better ~

Don't worry ~
hehe !!

But inside my heart still got small kids heart.
文儀 said…
we will always b a kid, but when time passes, we changed to be a better 1.

nt reali tat pointless.

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