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Answer by xxhazeldovexx at 1:41 AM on Jan. 7, 2009
I'm a professional student. I've had more education than anyone else in my family and more education than probably 98% of my community. But what do I do with it? Not a lot as far as a career goes. I've owned my own business. I've ran other people's businesses. But neither has anything to do with my studies...lol. I suppose it just makes me a better conversationalist in the long run. Honestly though, I don't feel I've ever wasted my time with college. Knowledge is very important if it's nothing but recreational for a person! I enjoy it and it keeps the mind young. A person should never stop learning. So yeah...I've had dreams that weren't accomplished. But new dreams replaced the old ones and I feel more than content with life.
Answer by Jill42721 at 9:28 AM on Jan. 7, 2009
I used to feel that way, but I don't anymore, a talked to my pastor and she helped me tons. I also watched an amazing video called the Secret. It is a little controversial, but I was inspired. YOUR LIFE IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT, and you can go anywhere you put your mind to.
Feel free to PM me, I would love to talk to you.
"Reach for the Stars, just remember to use a ladder"
Rachel Foster www.abetteru.2freedom.com
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