On the first day, armed with books, notebooks and pencils, I walked across campus with anticipation of the new adventure I was beginning.
Then something happened. It came out of nowhere. Doubt. It took hold of me and planted its carefully crafted lie – I’m not smart enough. What was I doing here?
I stopped and looked around me. Hundreds of students strolled in different directions. Some walked in pairs and some walked in groups.
Most of them were younger than me. They were just babes – still innocent of the hardships this world can hand out. They walked by me with confident eyes, looking ahead to their destinations. They knew where they were going.