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December 12 2012

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December 11 2012

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autumnyte:
When I was younger, I wish someone had told me straight-up that not all adults experience “a calling”. That many of them never find particular purpose in a career. That sometimes, their job is just what pays the bills and they have to seek satisfaction and fulfillment elsewhere.

Because as an adult, this pervasive notion that there exists a perfect path for everyone, that people should love what they do, and that work is meant to function as a vehicle for fulfilling a person’s grand life destiny is not only inaccurate for many of us, it can be toxic.

The ideal is so ingrained that I have to remind myself constantly I’m not a failure because I don’t adore my job, and because I’m not rocking the world with my work. That is okay.

Sometimes, work is just work. There isn’t always a perfect career path, magically waiting to be discovered. There might not be this THING you were born to do. Sometimes, you discover that what you really want to be when you grow up is “paid”.
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Both of them are equally frightened of each other, that’s why smart people use “maybe”
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Nicely said.
I like to ask questions because I'm interested in the answers, even when I know the answer myself. You know, playing dumb to get a good response. And your answer here is proof that the question was worth it. I only do that with people I like though :)

December 06 2012

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The trouble with fiction,” said John Rivers, “is that it makes too much sense. Reality never makes sense.
— Aldous Huxley, The Genius and the Goddess
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How should I know what I deserve? Maybe I deserve a swift kick in the groin?
I guess my problem with the quote is that there are people who always think they deserve better and can never be happy with what they have. So they wait their whole life for that which is better and then they die. It's a sure-fire way to live an unhappy life. Which means I'm very good at it.

December 02 2012

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...which is still more than nothing at all.

December 01 2012

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