For People Graduating in 2020

I remember how excited I was for both my farewell’s (12th and college) (Well that does make me sound quite old but I’m still in my early twenties… phewww). And now people who are graduating/ have graduated in 2020, I can’t even think how life is for ya’ll right now!

I mean we all want to say our final goodbyes to our institutes where we spend a part of our life, where we learned a lot, grew a lot, and made a lot of bitter-sweet memories! Life feels incomplete without proper closure, right?

But we all have to take care of ourselves first because health comes first, be it physical or mental health. And because of the ongoing pandemic that we all are going through; farewell’s and such gatherings have come to a standstill.

Another Issue apart from Graduating

Graduating in 2020

Well, the current batch is facing a literal early-life crisis (just like a mid-life crisis but a bit earlier) and I’m proud of you all for all the inner strength and positivity that you have!

Because college admissions are on indefinite hold and nobody knows when things will be better. But still trying to focus on your college admissions, preparing for entrance exams deserves a round of applause!

Because even though life is a big blur not only for you all but for everyone, having clarity in mind and heart will lead us to our ultimate destination along with the hope that things will get better sooner or later and we are not alone in this!

Graduating now seems less of a Concern Now

Graduation in Pandemic

Even though the current batch of 2020 was not able to have their proper graduation (if you did have a proper farewell post corona, then that’s great!). But graduating seems less of a concern now given the current situation.

The fact that you are healthy, your family and friends are healthy and alive should be considered a big deal now because life is so unpredictable.

If you are reading this blog, you are lucky(not boasting) because you have the luxury to afford a desktop or a phone. If you are preparing for your entrance exams in an air-conditioned room with a snack by your side, you are lucky to even afford all that.

Try to Change your Perspective towards Life

Positive Perspective towards Life

Even if things are a bit hazy right now, it will be clear soon. But the fact that you are alive right now, experiencing this pandemic and still healthy you are a lucky chap! Count your blessings before you blame your destiny for every small mishap.

It’s all about having a positive perspective towards life that will ultimately make a difference in our lives. And having that perspective solely depends upon us!

So, not only to the batch of 2020 but for everyone healthy and alive right now, you are blessed. Because trust me there are people in this world who would do anything to be in your place! So, be grateful every single day!

Also, if you want to read about what is the major thing that people are lacking in their lives, read my blog for The Times of India.

TOI Blog- https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/blogs/gratisoul/people-are-lacking-this-major-thing-in-their-lives/

And for the upcoming batch who wants to know how to manage Board exam stress, watch this video. And don’t forget to LIKE, SHARE, AND SUBSCRIBE TO GRATISOUL FOR FREE POSITIVE VIBES!!

Until then live happily and positively!



Hey people! I am Karishma Verma but most people just call me Kaddie. I graduated in mid 2018. I am an engineer by profession and an upbeat human, who likes to motivate and spread positive vibes around myself amongst my people! I am a Gratisoul and would love to proliferate these upbeat vibes to folks across every possible age bracket. So, let’s begin this journey of becoming ‘Gratisoul’ together!!


September 5, 2020 at 1:40 AM

Thanks for the positivity in your post. You are so right that we need to have gratitude for what we do have. Perspective is everything. Focusing on what you can do today and not worrying too much about the future can really help right now. There are things we have control over and things we do not. Better to focus on what you can control!

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