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"It's a disease. Nobody thinks or feels or cares anymore; nobody gets exited or believes in anything
except their own comfortable little mediocrity." -Richard Yates, Revolutionary Road |
This is the main index page for my junior seminar class this year. I will attach links to major projects and semester logs. As my skills with HTML code improve, so will the site. There is also a link to my email, to google, and to my first semester log, as well as my second semester log. There is also a more personal link to the library of babel website. This site contains every combination of every English letter and punctuation in the English language. In a page, your entire life story is written, since it is made of a combination of letters. I included the link because I think this is fascinating. This quote describes the current state I am in right now. I am not so much at a point that I don't care at all as much as at a point where monotony is making me feel like I'm in an Eat, Work, Sleep routine. My work this last quarter has been in a state of "get it done" rather than a "do your best". My goal for the rest of the year is to put some excellent effort to truly create good work. To become more interested in my work, however, will require me to try to ignore all of the things that distract me or annoy me and focus on my work and how it can get appreciation from others. Outside of school and normal work, I occupy myself with reading a good book, hiking, and gaming. These three things are all completely different and therefore match my life philosophy.
"All life is an experiment, the more experiments you make, the better”. -Ralph Waldo Emerson
Besides myself, I live with my sister and my parents. Who are mostly the exact opposites of me. Living for success or material possessions. My development of self to differ from others most likely made me different as where I value spiritual happiness. But I cannot truly be happy unless I am proud of my life work, which is why I will do my best to create truly effort filled work.