A solemn November 1 to all.
What are you living for? Who are you living for?
Today on Archi Student Help, I’m going to tackle a very personal story of mine, one that is both heartfelt and inspiring, and one that I hope you can take the time to read. It’s about the death of a loved one.
But why death? How does this even fit into the context of surviving architecture school?
Remember, in whatever we do, our motivations are at the core of who we are. So I hope you’ll consider this:
There are people who have sacrificed their lives for you to be who you are today – and you should live your life to give theirs glory.
Today I’d like to share a perspective on why you should be even more driven to be the very best that you can be, in everything that you do.
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