The role of sorrow in life is when you dont do what you wanted to do and then

The role of sorrow in life is when you dont do what

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your mind to. The role of sorrow in life is when you don’t do what you wanted to do and then 30 years flew by and you didn’t even realize because you’ve been in the same loop for so long that you lost track of time. I think my views on work and life complement each other in a very specific point where you should work the job that you want to do and get the most you possibly can out of life because you only get one and theres no point in not doing what you want. So if you can have a job that you love, your most likely going to have a life that you love because humans spend on average 90,000 hours of their life working and thats a lot of time so if you have a good job your
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going to love going to work everyday. Where they clash is when I talked about going to experience the world because, a lot of normal people cant afford to just disappear and travel the world, so thats where they clash with life and work, unless you found a job that you could do internationally and then you would have the best of both worlds while traveling the world and making some extra money to just cover expenses. I really don’t know if one drives the other or not but if I had to pick it would be that life drives the way you work because if your happy and have a good life, you know that you're only going to get a job that suits you and makes you happy at the same time.
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