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2 days ago
It is so easy to just be lazy. To sleep in and skip class. To call in sick to work. To stare at your phone on the bus instead of meeting new people. To glue yourself to Netflix all day instead of accepting responsibilities, because really, why bother? That class will come again the next day, you can get another and your friends will be free to hang out later. It's easy to make up excuses when we know we have so many opportunities at our door, so many options presented to us. So why bother? I "bother" every day for those don't have the luxury of choosing whether they can be lazy that day or not. For those who don't have the option of going to class because they cannot afford school and for those who do not have the opportunity to even apply to that job. We need to bother because it is a privilege to have things in our life worth bothering for.
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