Life, Work and Contentment
'Cause it's a bittersweet symphony, this life, Try to make ends meet, You're a slave to money then you die ... I once had perceived that a good job was the gateway to happiness. I had a long conversation with a good friend who challenged that notion. The debate we had was whether or not I should try harder to find contentment in my work. The suggestion offered to me was that I should consider if the job is the issue or if it something else. And to be perfectly honest, I'm not sure what it is. I was under the impression that if I obtained some higher degree, it would open the door to something better. However there is a risk involved: what happens if I end up in the same situation somewhere else? I'm just really confused. Should I be losing so much sleep over this?
Posted in: Life, Philosophy,
Mike on October 1, 2003 ~ 09:21 PM
it seems like u dunno where u gonna be 5, even 2/3 yrs from now. ur not alone. just about everyone i kno suffers from dis. of course there r dose who do “kno” wat they’ll be doing in 2 yrs: working at some punk-ass entry level job in some big-ass corporation, a nothing, an employee ID # da only way dey r identified. dose poor souls dont count. if u aint da lead dog, da scenery changes little… thug on!
Mauriat Miranda on October 2, 2003 ~ 12:12 PM
“The best way to lead is from behind”