more thoughts

High wooden walls are good. As long as I breathe normally and I keep
quiet, no one notices. Work, yes. Work will distract me from this.
After all, I shouldn’t let my personal life interfere with what I am
here to do. Sometimes it’s hard being a person among other people.

(p.s.: Everything is all right now.)

  • David Boyd

    You’ve got it backwards, unless you are joking. Work should not interfere with your personal life, which is where you really find what you are here to do. Work is what allows us to fulfill our personal mission in our personal life, not the other way around…

  • http://sachachua.com Sacha Chua

    Let me try to remember what I was thinking 8 years ago… Ah. This might have been when I had a conflict with someone who was one of my best friends at the time.

    You’ll be delighted to know that since then, I’ve become firmly in favour of personal lives, relationships, and projects. Work is great, and I can accomplish what I want to accomplish within roughly 40-44 hours a week. Life is great too. =)