The UOS Times
OpinionEditorial
Turn Your “ December Regrets” into Your New Year’s Resolution
Kim You-jin  |  webmaster@uos.ac.kr
폰트키우기 폰트줄이기 프린트하기 메일보내기 신고하기
[125호] 승인 2013.12.18  
트위터 페이스북 네이버 구글

I am sure I am not the only one like this: you turn over a page on your calendar to December and you think, “Is it already the end of 2013? What have I done this year?” It is probably not that you have not actually done anything, but the time just seems to fly by incredibly fast, and it is as if you have not accomplished many things throughout the year.

December is always a time of reflection on your past, and it makes you feel moody or sad because there is always something you wish you had done, or something you could have done better when looking back at the past year. It is never an unfortunate thing for you to feel this way, though. It is probably not the first time you have had these feelings, since you might have already had regrets and felt depressed every past December and will probably do so in many Decembers to come.

Yet, you see the white snow falling from the December sky and it almost feels like it is telling you to get over your “December regrets and depression” and prepare a fresh new start. Regrets are in fact the best motivations for your goals. So this goes out to everyone?of course including me?who might be grieving over what they have not done this year or simply blaming time, which does not wait for anyone: make your New Year’s resolution a substantive one based on your regrets in the year 2013. This year is almost over, but that is not the end of the world. There is always a next year and you surely do not want to see yourself continually being sad over the same regrets.

In our last issue of the year, we trace the beauty of Korean traditions and culture; we interview Eolssigu, a Korean traditional musical performance club; and go to Tong-in market, which still preserves the memories of traditional markets in Korea. Also in our Cover Story, we cover the actual conditions of the minor and double major systems at UOS, and for Society, we deal with issues regarding game addiction.

Wishing all of The UOS Times readers a wonderful holiday season, and the best in 2014.

Kim You-jin
Editor-in-Chief
cleo9207@uos.ac.kr

< 저작권자 © The UOS Times 무단전재 및 재배포금지 >
Kim You-jin의 다른기사 보기  
폰트키우기 폰트줄이기 프린트하기 메일보내기 신고하기
트위터 페이스북 네이버 구글 뒤로가기 위로가기
이 기사에 대한 댓글 이야기 (0)
자동등록방지용 코드를 입력하세요!   
확인
- 200자까지 쓰실 수 있습니다. (현재 0 byte / 최대 400byte)
- 욕설등 인신공격성 글은 삭제 합니다. [운영원칙]
이 기사에 대한 댓글 이야기 (0)
Best News
1
Members of Multicultural Families, Are They Koreans?
2
Hi! Green Seoul
3
Hacking Alert_ Is Your Device Safe?
4
K-POP Hits the Europe
5
Their Stories Must Not Be Forgotten
6
Hackers are not `the Heck`Any More
7
Quarrelsome Daddy
8
A Warm Gift for Your Christmas
9
The TRUTH, Dokdo is Korean Territory,
10
Leave of Absence: Gain or Loss?
신문사소개기사제보광고문의불편신고개인정보취급방침청소년보호정책이메일무단수집거부
02504 서울특별시 동대문구 서울시립대로 163 미디어관 3층 영자신문사
전화 : 02-6490-2496 | 발행인 : 원윤희 | 편집인 겸 주간 : 이주경 | 편집장 : 최영은 | 청소년보호책임자 : 김대환
Copyright © 2012 The UOS Times. All rights reserved. mail to webmaster@uos.ac.kr