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Should you get a job related to what you like / are interested in, or a job where you will be able to help others?
Should you get a job related to what you like / are interested in, or a job where you will be able to make real money?
Should you get a job related to what you like / are interested in, or a job which will be useful to the society?
Why this fucking dichotomy?
It’s astonishing how people strike off something they like / are interested in, because of the most widespread (and ludicrous!) perception of a dream job / career or passion. According to the majority of people chasing after a dream and pursuing passion automatically means that the person who is doing either of the above, isn’t helping anyone, will probably never see real money, and is the least useful member of the society.
Which is nothing else than a bunch of myths.
Why did you automatically assume one can’t do what he or she likes / is interested in, and at the same time help others, make real money, be useful?
I’ll tell you why!
Because certain people (the brainwashed ones) brainwashed you into believing that doing what one likes / is interested in will result in not helping others, not making real money, not being useful.
That’s the conviction of most people in this world. They’d been brainwashed into believing that anything that brings you joy isn’t “real job/ career” — can’t be, because work just is this shitty part of everybody’s life.
Because that’s what the naysayers want to believe in, and consequently what they preach.
This dichotomy is a total bullshit! Nothing but a longstanding belief which is ingrained in most people’s thinking. And they can’t think differently.