During the 1960s and 1970s, the University of California at Irvine was one of a group of universities that decided to build their campuses with any paths. Students and faculty simply walked in the grass around the campus building as they pleased, without following a walkway that was already paved for them. A year or so later, once the school could see where the grass was worn around the buildings, they paved over those paths instead. The sidewalks at UC Irvine don’t simply connect the buildings to one another in a predetermined way – they’re mapped to where people naturally want to walk. Landscape architects call these paths “desire paths.”
– The Productivity Project ( Chris Bailey, 2016, p.5)
Traditional paths seem to be right. However we had already carved out our paths just as “desire paths” story tells you. In my case, I actually want to continue traveling on and jump more into what I am passionate about ; Problem-solving, Analytical work, continuous learning, and helping people.