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All of my life my parents are the great shoulders for me to lean on They share the happiness with me comfort me whenever I am sad they are the people who always catch me everytime I fall However my parents and I do not have the same attitude toward my studying my relationship and money The contrast in our attitude makes our life more or less complicated but interesting First my parents and I have different ideas about studying in the college From the start for my parents attitude studying in the college means only books and grades They said to me as I was a freshman When you receives your degree we want you to be able to get a job that will support yourself We also want you to have grades that will make you a realistic candidate for that job Dont make college life a waste of time It means I will spend most of my time in the library attend all the lectures hours study hard day by day and at the end of the semester I will have to show them my high grades Following their advices I do not have free time for myself I cant take part in any extra -curriculums such as sports art and literature activities or even a small birthday party held in the dorm My parents call such things above the useless-and- waste-of time Waste of time and useless Not on my life How can I waste time with so many new ideas to learn and all the interesting and open-minded people to meet in these activities How can learning to see the world in a different way and leaving college with a new outlook on life be a waste of time and useless In contrast to my parents books and grades are not enough I need more activeness and practical things for my studying My parents and I also differ
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