Oret wrote:(I couldn't really come up with a title, sorry about that...)
I've been thinking lately about the way my life has turned out, and just how much thought has gone into it.
There seems to have been very few occasions when I've actually wanted something, and the rest of the times I've just been drifting along... I never had any career plans and ended up in my profession because it was something that I had picked up from the family, I didn't know which company to work for and went for the first one I found online, I started studying languages because I ended up in a project abroad, I started playing the samba when I looked up where I could use my free culture vouchers...
It seems like the only things I have really wanted have been relationships with the opposite sex, and that's the one thing I haven't been able to work out.
Is it normal to do so many things "by chance", or have you actually planned to be where you are?
action wrote:from the first time i saw "a few good men" i knew i wanted to be a lawyer - it was the only thing i could envision myself doing.
i was...17 years old by then.
also, i wanted to have a degree in environmental law. I wanted to know how to defend nature juridically. well, i've got the degree, but so far i havent been able to put my knowledge to practise. I hope to become a greenpeace lawyer someday and travel the world while protecting nature. that's my ultimate goal.
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