Our view isn’t quite this bleak but it does bother me a little when people say “It’ll all work out” because it clearly doesn’t work out for everyone.
Is she a centaur now?
I suppose that depends on what values you place on life and “it’ll all work out”. If you plan to be a famous billionaire and fall short, well, maybe you should have set your sights toward something more attainable, but what’s more likely is that you wanted to be reasonably happy and comfortable, and that’s something that everyone has to figure out on their own, unfortunately.
If I ever figure out the magic formula for life “working out” I’ll be sure to send you a copy of the book. 😉
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I find that if you spend too much ‘worrying’ and ‘contemplating’ on the problems within your life, then you’re really not helping the cause. As long as you’re working towards an attainable goal and your persistent about it, then slowly but surely, things will ‘work out.’ For example: I’m a graduate from a very prestigious art school in Seattle, WA. It’s been 2 1/2 weeks now and I still haven’t been given a job offer even though I’ve interviewed with half a dozen companies so far, and I’ve applied to more than 50+ jobs around the area. Is it my fault that I’m not getting hired? Probably not, but it could be due to not putting out cover letters with my resume. Perhaps I’m selling myself short? Perhaps I should look for jobs that are outside of my field of study for which I went to school for, then look for my career job a little later in my life? Perhaps I should continue my education in Broadcasting and attain my Radio Career that way? That’s the thing about life. It has so many options, twists and turns. Try not to be so worried and down in the dumps. There’s people around you who appreciate you for you, and love and care about you. So cheer on up, and put one foot in front of the other – and stride forward instead of looking back.
Nicely said! 🙂
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