What do you want?

Courtesy: Hugh MacLeod's gapingvoid daily mail
There are many things I want to do, but actually doing them - is a different case.

When I am at work, there are a hundred ideas running in my head. "I have to do this", "I have to clean my house today"... You get the gist.

But when I actually have time, what do I do? Watch sitcoms.

Granted, watching an entire season of two and a half men without breaks isn't the ideal way to spend time, but it is better than just lying in the bed and feeling miserable about everything.

Now I think about it, I might be wrong.  Even Jake managed to get a job, and I haven't managed one yet.

Add the burdens and expectations to the disappointment, I think I am the most careless person alive.

And when I am thinking about what actually went wrong, this mail with the picture above arrives in my mailbox.

I want it all, and I am not ready to pick one. In fact, I don't want to do anything, but want everything. That's my problem.

Everyone's moving around faster, earning almost double of what I do, and here I lie, thinking about where the money for my next meal will come from.

I don't know how to turn it around yet. But I am going to try until I succeed. 

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