It's a bit strange. This constant need for a definition.
"Define what you want to do in the next 3 years"
"Define the relationship"
"Define an internship"
"Define (insert word)"
There's always somebody looking to put you in a bracket, trying to figure out what type you are. Sure, it makes things a lot more easier for everybody if you're type, but why judge when no definition floats?
I have a fundamental problem with judgements. I don't understand how people stick to them. I'm not counting that snap judgement everyone makes at first go. I'm talking about judgements that float around for years and everybody's inherent apprehension to clear them.
I'll tell you what else I have a fundamental problem with. People grappling to accept the way they are. I don't see why. If one feels like they want to change the way they are, it should be made easier for them and not hard because for some godforsaken reason, and yes, external sources, they carved out to be a certain way.
"Life will teach you a lot", he said. Maybe. Yes.
It's the give-take that I despise. Because every time I am faced with a situation where things like "You'll learn", "You'll see" is thrown at me, I actually do see and learn.
And that's just me. On another average day, those sentences are defined at cliches.
Oh well. Back to definitions, are we.