In the midst of my senior crisis and seeing all the seniors out there and their crises, I realized we’re all being worriers rather than warriors. We worry about our future, yes that is evident and also a normal thing. However, the difference between the two is that one is what we can learn to be and the other we can choose to be. I’ll let you decide which is which.
Being a worrier is much easier than being a warrior because you don’t have to do anything besides feel that emotion. It’s not pleasant, and the cause of it comes from your own self, your thoughts and anxiety. Being a warrior is harder because we must stand up and take on the attacks that come our way. In the line of defense or offense, we take a stand and are prepared and vigilant of what comes our way. Bravery, courage, and willpower are all things we need to become a warrior. These are all things that will help us fight our battles and ultimately overcome them whether it’s a loss or a win. I’ve decided to be a warrior instead of being a worrier. Being a worrier doesn’t help me and it definitely does not help me determine the outcome of what will happen. Being a warrior, at least I know I fought and took part in what will become of my future.