It’s amazing how new places help you evolve and leaves an impact on your life that helps you grow. Different people teach you different things that’s the reason your college life teaches you a lot.
How can we forget those late-night conversations with our roommates or maggie at 3 am and planning imaginary trips during exams.
Somewhere between “hey that’s my bed” to “I will miss you” your roommates become your best friend.
“I was an introvert type of guy who did not believe in God and preferred to stay alone. I was in the starting phase of my career and it was difficult for me to manage my finances, so I decided to share my rent by staying with someone and shifted to Zolo. I was pretty sure whoever I was going to share my room with would surely belong to a good family because of the background check that Zolo performs.
One day, a new guy named Anurag entered my room. He was pursuing a Ph.D. and had a good insight into almost everything. I saw him reading the Bhagavad Gita and asked about it. He gave the book to me and said ‘give it a try! To my amaze, it gave me a lot of different perspectives. The book clearly said that ‘God is no-one but energy or a vibe that motivates us to bring positiveness in our life.’ In no time, I felt myself transform from an atheist to a believer. I also started interacting with a lot of people.
This experience helped me change my views on a lot of things. Last but not least, I ended up with a great roommate and an amazing friend. This is how Zolo changed me from being an Introvert to an Extrovert!” -Varun Dhyani, Resident of Zolo Beta
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