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Re: Is there really a point? What's the payoff? lifeworthliving

Posted by Smeegle on December 8, 2004, at 15:03:45

In reply to Re: Is there really a point? What's the payoff?, posted by lifeworthliving on December 8, 2004, at 0:05:16

FIND MY PASSON? I would love to! Just point me in the right direction and I'll be all over it. Is there a "passion" store where one can shop for something to be passionate about? Seriously , this is where I am stuck. It has been so long that I wouldn't even know where to start. I enrolled back in school after being out for 20+ years. I love being in school and the whole learning process. It's hardly a passion, just it's the closest thing I can lay claim to. (I figure if I am going to be working for a very long time I may as well try to get a degree and work in field that hopefully I will get more satisfaction from). Maybe it's just me, but I need something to look forward to. Something that I am working towards. A vacation, a life event or any type of personal experience. At this point, the only thing I have to look forward to is coming to work again tomorrow and the next day, and the day after that and so on. I also work a second job (to pay for school), so even when I am off, I am too tired to pursue any outside interests. Yet if I quit the second job, I can't afford school and would continue to be stuck in a meaningless, dead-end job. And hobbys require money. Not that we are poor, but money aint growing on trees where I live. It all comes right back to one thing, just exist. Do my time here on earth and hope for a better life next time around (if...but we won't go there. I can only deal with one life-time and will worry about the "after-life or my next life when/if that happens).

Smeegs


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