I'm fed up with the whole world in general. Its sad but everyone today is trapped in a vicious circle of useless jobs. I really want to know how many of you love your job and think what you're doing today is adding any value to you and only you.
We all start at school, where they tell us about how education is important for a better tomorrow. We go to college where we learn formulas that we think will make a better tomorrow. But really, who are we making a better tomorrow for? Our parents, the society, the country, who??
Most of us are caught in jobs that just pay for our entertainment. Some of us will live our whole lives to provide for just that entertainment and sustain. Can any of us ever step out of the sustainment pattern. What happened to being selfish? What happened to visionaries who were never moved by any system. Can any average person with an above average talent, void of inheritance, really make it on their own?
The disturbances that have caught me thinking this way is that today someone really close to me might decide to give up on their dream to land a HR job because people refuse to see true passion or credentials. Some of my friends complained on how they could never realize their true talent because there is a system that will not let them do that.I'm no exception, not yet. I know the reason I get to do what I do, its because I'm not in the system.Use less people everywhere take up jobs meant for you and me. We do their jobs. And the cycle goes on.
Is there a way to get out of this rat race and just be who you are. Can one stand out exceptionally based on just their passion? Are revolutionaries really dead in an ever-evolving world?