Limits

I got excited on Sunday thinking about businesses. A friend is skipping law school in September in order to focus full-time on developing his home-grown business. It put thoughts in my head of spending the summer working on an old project of mine. But ultimately I don’t think that I ought to. First, I would lose the relaxation of the summer that I am going to need after my full course load this spring to recharge for the start of law school in September. Secondly, if I did go through with it and succeeded in launching it, that would be yet one more thing to be managing on my way through law school.

On the other hand: There is that great sense of excitement that comes from building something up. Perhaps that would be just the recharge I need over the summer. And the couple hours a week managing the business once law school starts could be a nice hobby to have to pull me away from my obligations when I need a break from the tedius stuff.

Basically this all boils down to one thing: I can’t wait for school and work to be done with in 3 years so that I can focus on my passions. In the meantime I just have to do my best to enjoy classes and look to find that quiet dignity and joy in my daily work.

Quiet Dignity

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.