“Do students have the right to fall in love in college?”
This is a controversial issue in our times. Just as a coin has two sides, no side is better than the other; it is often difficult to distinguish what is right from what is wrong? Love is a feeling deep within our hearts.
Roaming around the campus, you often hear people proclaim: “Why didn’t Cupid aimed his arrow at me?” “Where is my handsome prince?” This is probably why songs about love are so popular among the youth.
Last year, I remember when one of my roommates met her Romeo. First, she ate very little for days and just sat opposite from the mirror singing: “Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?” We thought that she must be crazy and got the urge to ship her to the hospital. Later, they became lovers and we saw a twinkle in her eyes. She said: “Our match is made in heaven, there is a chemical bond between us.” In the days following, a smile always hung from her face. Isn’t love powerful?
Another one of my roommates was not as fortunate. She had a boyfriend but now all that is history. The boy was a couch potato. They used to fight over very trivial things. She finally got fed up with the boy and separated quite unpleasantly. We better not go through this kind of love.
I am the only one who is still single in my dormitory. My friends asked me why I haven’t found my Mr. Right. They said when I got older, there would be no one waiting for me. To be honest, I’m not afraid at all. The ratio of man versus woman is 133 to 100. Thus, I think it is the boys who would have to act quickly or they will be single for the rest of their lives. In addition, I’m also the youngest in my class. I have more time left and I would like to enjoy my life freely without the hindrance from another person.
Our elders exaggerate about love in college. They say love is a waste of time and money. It will often cause people to forget their studies and eventually may even destroy their lives. I think we are all grown-ups and we have the ability to manage our own affairs.
So, go with your heart and never regret!