Virgelio A. Abarquez BSA-4 HRD 3 4:00-5:30 PM MWF
“Leaders don’t create followers; they create more leaders.” Good thing Rev. Fr. Silab reiterated that, for me, I hope. No, I’m just kidding. Actually this quote will describe what I’m about to tell in this article; one of the hardest thing I’ve decided to do in my life.
College, university, school; well these words remind me what I’ve got to focus on for more than four years. But do you know what the problem is? It’s just plain boring. Maybe not in a way where I’m the most intelligent Accountancy student in the university, but in a way where I’m one of those typical students who are looking for some hobbies to make our four years more enjoying and far from being boring.
As for me, I found my cliché already. And that’s being one of your student servants, most commonly called your student leader. As early as I was a freshman, I already started joining school organizations and became committed to them, so committed that I even forgot to burn my head in my studies. Shoot! Good thing I was able to balance them. It was only up to that moment where I got the urge to pursue my career as being an influencer. That certain feeling when you were able to do activities and projects, and most of all, charity works, it’s really quite fulfilling in the heart. Eventually, I’ve grown years having that spirit in me. And what’s one thing I could be proud out of it? Experience.
And when talking about experience, it was during last year where I’ve got to experience a great experience. Oh no, it’s really not that huge. It’s just running for the university’s student council, you know. It didn’t even reach my mind ever since. Now, it’s really that narcissist Mr. AOG and his short little girl’s fault why I’m now in this mess.
Human-size tarpaulins, being featured in the school paper, interviewed by a lot of the school’s MassComm students, more Facebook friend requests and likes, and a lot of girls talking behind me as I...