Last night, Chris and I went for a run and we discussed two quotes that I feel surmise the most valuable lessons/outlooks I’ve learned/embodied during the course of my undergraduate experience.
The first, by John Wooden:
Don’t mistake activity for achievement.
The second, an old African proverb:
If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.
The days are winding down pretty quickly and I’ve found myself engaging in long periods of pensive behavior, more often than usual. A whole world lies ahead, and it feel good to be thrust in to the abyss of pseudo uncertainty, once again.