I really want to be able to speech another language. And starting in the fall I shall be taking a course to learn Japanese.
Five Hundred and Sixty Six Objectives has taught me a couple things so far. First, it has taught me that 566 different things are way too many things to do in a year and has been screed to whenever I get them done. Not that I am forgetting 566 as a whole, just that I can’t possibly do this many things in such short time, and in a way that will benefit me. I could scramble and get them all done but I would rather take my time on some of the more important ones. Secondly, it has taught me over and over of what I want to do and what I want to be. As I have off days while I am fiddling around trying to figure out what I want to do and what I love to do, all of it is mapped out in 566 different ways. This list reminds me that I have a dream and I know what I want to do, even if I can’t do it perfectly, there is a direction in which I am going. I am not as lost as I once was. And lastly, 566 Objectives has taught me that sometimes you will just have to have the will power of yourself and the people around you to get the job done, with that said, 566 is ongoing.
In the last couple days I have only realized that there is almost six years, depending on what I end up doing, of schooling. I am almost twenty, in a couple months now and I have not even finished a year of university. As many of my friends are either in school or have gotten accepted into schools, I sit wondering if it took the right choice of waiting to commit. However I have tried to think positive and tried the to put what people call a “positive spin” on life lately. As i realize it, it doesn’t scare me, it has seem to make me more lazy that seven years of school is not what I want to do. But the difference between school before and school now, is that it is my choice. I want to learn programming and I want to learn how to become a better writer and these things can be aided by school. I have a future, I know what I want to do, some people don’t even know yet and they are in their second or three years of school. But I know what I have, no WANT to do and that has and will made all the difference when I walk into a three year long program at a school of my choice.