5 Lines Long Existential Crisis

This is my final year at university. Today I went to a private orientation meeting.

“What do you want to do?”, she asked.

“What do you want to become?”, she continued.

“What are you good at?”, she concluded.

“What if even I don’t know it very well?”, I wondered, leaving.

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4 thoughts on “5 Lines Long Existential Crisis

  1. Ella,

    I’m glad you recommended taking a look at your blog. You have really great on-point posts. I absolutely had to comment on this one, though, because this is something very near and dear to my heart … The beauty of an existentialist crisis is that by its nature the only one who has any power or any responsibility to deal with it is the person experiencing it (that is, the only way out of an existentialist crisis is to “exist” your way out of it – by exploring and learning and acting and being in ways that express yourself!)

    Cheers, Jess

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    1. Thank you so much for your comment! Yes, I think my only way out is to explore and experiment multiple options. It’s so hard while still studying, so I guess I will take some time after I graduate to find out.
      Have a lovely day :)

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