Yet, Cambridge cannot stop being beautiful for a moment.
|King's College, University of Cambridge. That's true, we cannot step on the grass.|
Yet, the River Cam keeps flowing, and you can always find people punting, trying to finish off the season.
|A cloudy day makes a big difference on the picture, doesn't it?|
|I realized that I could not afford wasting 1 hour every day just walking back and forth between my college and CUED (Cambridge University Engineering Department); so, I decided to get a bike. Special thanks to friends who help me buy one.|
|Hi, Yee Ling! Hi, Katie! Hi, my room at MIT!|
|And CUED Library feels stifling...|
Which is good and bad.
Because, it means, you have passed another stage of culture shock, and there will only be an increase in degree of familiarity with this new place.
Feeling disoriented, or having a hard time finding your 'place', can make you feel helpless, but remember that people who move (and dare to move) all experience the same thing.
You are not alone.
At least, you know, in the end, after all the adjustments, love-hate feelings, and roller coaster of culture shock, you will call this new place, home.
|The deep meaning one, not what Amazon asks you.|
Just take it as an exercise to be a more powerful, amazing, brilliant, person. This, too, shall pass.