Louis CK has this funny bit where he drills down on a scenario of being broke. When you are broke, every odd turns against you. That corporates (banks) hate you for being broke and charge you for being broke (for insufficient funds in the bank) and your quality of life starts dipping below the point of being worth the effort. CK was a moment away from his peak to success, at that particular point he talks about being broke.
I don’t necessarily succumb to that capitalistic idea of “finding oneself”. I just want to learn things outside of a cubicle. I also want to be free from being confined to an income. I feel worried & quite empty. writing this post is harder than you know, I’m sitting in a corner with no one around me and thinking of my fate.
My energy, my thought process & my entire existence revolves around this career and never-ending rat race. I have a lot more friends to share the problem but do I really want to? Newyork times has this checklist of things to consider before quitting the job, which I discovered later (Yes, there is a listicle for that also)
Sometimes I feel lonely even though I am one call away from my dear ones. I know for a fact that success comes to everyone, even if it’s a dog. All I need to do is take some time and have patience and remain grateful that I just feel blessed to be able to breathe fresh every day, live under a roof, able to have good food.
I guess if am happy, I am living a good life.