Sunday, April 11, 2010
Blink of an Eye
What I have to say is that it's sure hard to multitask. Even within piano itself it is hard to play all I want and need. Pieces that I like to play myself, and pieces that I have to play for the preparation of the diploma, and pieces that my father wants me to play. Add to that having to learn the Bass Guitar, which I'm slowly dropping away from, and driving, which I had put on hold, and retaking 'A' levels, which I haven't even started yet. Perhaps it has to do with the fact I sleep too much on weekends. If only on weekdays I didn't have to do so much and think so much in order to have a peaceful work life.
If only my weekdays didn't pass aimlessly...but this is the unintelligent fact that bothers the working adults. They are commited to one routine, and have nothing else to think of. However, for us serving temporarily, we should not be induced into these permanent attitudes of work. It will, instead, hinder us in our development in our own strategic advantages. Such is the disappointment that befalls the development in human characteristics. Additionally, it exposes us to the politics and corruption within an organisation that can happen. Though this might be advantageous if we manage to learn from their mistakes, otherwise becoming absorbed into their lifestyle alters our thinking and interrupts our continuity.
That said, I can do nothing now but make use of those weekends.