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MiniChallenge #2: Classic Words of Wisdom

25 Apr

This is the second challenge in Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon. (and this will probably be my most active blog day ever, just telling you that right now).

This challenge is choose a quote from classic literature and write about its meaning to you. I chose the following:

How to find what you're looking for, if you don't know what you're looking for. Just journey onwards, you'll find something eventually.

I chose this one because I’m in my mid-twenties, in college for the second time getting a second degree, and still, I have no idea what I want to do with my life. There are a lot of roads I want to go down, but I’m becoming a bit nervous that not all of them will end at the same destination. I want to do so many different things, I’m having a hard time prioritizing. So I’m just gonna wing it. I’ll hop from road to road and try to get a bit of everything in. I don’t know what my final destination will be, but I’m going to damn well enjoy the journey dammit.

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