I love my life. I mean, it is “my” life, “my” experiences, “my” struggles, “my” pain, “my” victories and “my” joy. It is my life and I love it no matter what. In my life so far, I have learned a lot. A lot from experiences, mentors, friends and I have learned a lot from my enemies. Learning to me, is like writing; you can never finish writing a book, hence you can never finish learning. As a student, I have realized that there is always something new to learn and as an author, there is always something to add to my published work.
A lot of people will be easily fooled and mistaken me for an expert on issues like relationships, life, etc. I am really not an expert at anything. Yes, most of my friends come to me for advice, I get invites to speak at various events, host shows , weddings, and etc. but in reality, I am just a regular college student who is willing to share what he has learned over the course of the years. I make it a point to take my own advice as well. I am not better than the person next to me, neither am I better than the person without a college a education (even though society says I am), because death awaits all of us. I thing I make it a point to learn from the people around me. God did not give one person all the wisdom in this world. The wisdom was distrributed amongs us all, and it is my job to learn from people through advice they give and by simple assocaition. You will be surprised how many times I ask my friends for advice. My girlfriend is brilliant and I truly enjoy our intellectual conversations as well (even though it might go “great” at times – and she hates me for it). She gives me the opportunity to learn and grow in wisdom as well. She is the type of girl I talk to about anything and everything.
I personally believe that the only way one can mature is if one is willing to learn. I want to mature in knowledge and wisdom, which will increase me in future endeavors and turn me into a successful boyfriend, student, son, future husband, future father, business man and etc. There is nothing new under the sun, so learning will reveal any old things you have missed during your generation and just like a revelation, it will be made new.
One way I express what I have learned is writing (books, notes, and blogs). Writing keeps me busy intellectually and trains my brain to think deeper and gain revelations through my journey here on earth. I have made it a point to blog daily not just for my own benefit, but also, to share what I have (true or false, interesting or not).
Remember, you are not an expert at anything, but a student at everything!