Saturday, 1 December 2012

Yellow Brick Road: Mourning the Journey of Undergraduate Life



Image by ittybittiesforyou, flickr.com
Three years feels like six months, and it's possibly the quickest journey you'll ever take. There is a field within psychology known as time perception, and a theory which suggests that people who live with a present perspective do not significantly believe that the actions which they take during this time will affect their lives in the future. All students carry this mentality to some extent during their university lives, but reflect on the experience with the knowledge that every choice led to some lesson to be valued in the future.