Accomplishments in Life
I remember reading somewhere that the greatest minds put forth their most significant accomplishments before the age of 30. I'm no Einstein, but I don't need to be to see that the potential of my youth is being wasted away. And I don't know what I'm doing. I know I could possibly take some risks or be more aggressive but I just can't seem to find it in me. Sometimes when the sure bet is very convenient it's very hard to find the motivation to dream that more is possible. I keep trying to tell myself that "good enough" is really NOT good enough but I'm not sure I'm even listening. So, maybe when I'm reading this at the age of 30 I can kick myself really hard. Maybe that's what I'll deserve.
Posted in: Life, Philosophy,
Jeff Schiller on May 3, 2005 ~ 08:08 AM
…thanks a lot…:P
Speaking of Einstein, though he had published his four papers (including the one on Special Relativity) and was a university professor by age 32, he “discovered” General Relativity at age 36 and was awarded the Nobel Prize at age 42.
Mike on May 7, 2005 ~ 09:21 PM
da remedy is ta sign urself up for thugz boot camp…