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Another year another chance another fresh start another hope for a new beginning That is what many of us anticipated with the arrival of the new school year And just as people make resolutions for themselves to fulfill before the turn of the new year so we made little resolutions for ourselves to live up to We try to chase those half-hearted wild dreams and all that eludes us all things we often times cannot grasp for traditions sake But reallyhave we changed Is it enough that we set platonic goals for ourselves because tradition states that a new year has dawned and we can start anew Is it enough that we follow tradition and common belief not because we really truly yearn to change Have we really kept out silent vows by studying harder turning in projects ahead of time being more careful with our belongings being more serious in our craft fulfilling our potentials Not really Because eventually those brand new G-Tecs you bought and vowed not to lose Youll misplace them and probably soon find it in your pen-needy classmates pocket You will lose interest in studying You will forget to do homework You will cram You will go back to your old self and realize that youve failed to stay true to your resolutions shrug it off and vow to fulfill them the next year The thing is we look at the new school year and the opportunity to start anew too platonically Basically the term new is overrated Just because somethings new be it a new year new quarter new whatnot we presume that it denotes a fresh start another chance Much hype and idealism comes with the notion of a new beginning that we fail to realize that that beginning is not granted to us just because a new school year has dawnedWe have to earn it We grant that beginning to ourselves by harboring in us
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