Learn to love

Though college does much to develop the ability to formulate, organize, and express ideas, and though it encourages such qualities as discipline and thoroughness, it may leave the student unprepared to care for others. Often the student's immediate concerns don't seem to relate to anything but his own personal interests.

I know this was the case with me, from grade school right through college. During my college years it didn't make much difference to me if the people down the hall were involved with drugs or if my next-door neighbor was planning to quit school. I had my own problems to think about.

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