I was pretty optimistic about easily finding friends, integrating and understanding the courses at the university, but after the "réunion" of the faculty, I found most of the students kind of individualists and didn't talk much, in other words, they didn't distinguish new students from old ones cause there are nearly 200 students in the academic year.
There's something about places you've lived in, no matter how long, it seems like there's always a part of them that stays inside of your, not gonna say heart because science, lol. But it stays somewhere and it creates a void , a feeling that can't be filled easily
No, I don't mean get a good job, travel the world or get married and have ten kids, I mean really, deeply and mentally get your shit together.
You know what the most difficult part for me was besides choosing to live in Lyon? Everything besides choosing to live in Lyon.
I mean, psychologically speaking, we don't need love. our lives don't depend on it, basic needs are more important to us humans such as eating, drinking water, having healthy relations with our friends and family, serotonin, coffee. Lol, jk. But seriously, are people actually falling in love less than before?
What are the cultural differences between France and Chile? Are there any anyway? Danny will let us know!
Our world has changed and it would never go back to the way it was before, to the farms, the manual games, the late candled nights.