With all the things that happened in the past few months, I began to think that a gap year of doing something unrelated to architecture isn’t such a bad idea after all. At the very least, it gave me a break to contemplate my future as well as reflect upon my earlier dreams that I wanted to realise but missed the opportunity to.
I am sure that if my journey had been smooth, I would not have the desire to stop and ponder.
Not too long time ago, I never understood why people have gap years in between their studies. I personally thought it was a waste of time, when they could finish their studies early and start developing their career. I remember my reluctance to attend the National Service program when I was chosen in 2004, not because I didn’t like it, but because I didn’t want to start my college studies one semester later. At that time, I wanted to graduate as early as possible.
But now I am glad for the opportunity to try something new, instead of flying back home immediately and be spoilt by my parents (and bottomless ATM).
As the saying goes: architecture is related to almost every aspect of our life. Who knows – I might one day come out with some brilliant idea to
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integrate something previously unrelated into what I have studied and vice versa.