Have just finished the 6th season of sex and the city. What a brilliant series that was, just when my life is drama-less, this season have included some of the most interesting episodes of the series.
Can not help but wondering what our lives will be like in 15 years when we are 35 years old. Some people say that the pinnacle age for us is 21, but I think that 30 is going to be the most important age for both men an women alike. It is the age where we can measure how our lives are getting on for real. University feels just like another wait before entering into the real world, not that I’m complaining, because the life of student living in London is just fabulous. We are at the ‘wondering’ stage of our lives where nothing is certain. It’s true that nothing has to be certain in life, but it is especially true when you are at university. If you ask an particular student what they are studying and what they would like to do in the future, more than half will say that they’re not sure and the other half have their hopes high in not wasting their time learning and cramming all new concepts from their course by wanting to pursue an academic career.
Life is a juggle at university, or is it a juggle all the way till the end? Soon or not so soon, many of us will be juggling our work with friend with babies… It was a relief to see the Manhattan girls finally settling down with someone they love. Steve Jobs did a speech at Stanford university where he told people to find what they love and don’t settle. However, I hope to find what I love very soon in all aspects of my life, so that I will never let them go because I love them so much. It is true love. For example Charlotte becomes a Jew for her husband, and despite all his bad habits that she encountered when they finally moved in together after a disastrous wedding, they found ways to compromise and love each other just the way they are.