And I know I'm not the only one who feels this way.
The way I see it, you've got maybe 80 years, if you're lucky.
More if you're luckier than a rabbit's foot.
Most of this time you'll spend asleep, at school or at work.
Sleep is necessary. Apparently. School's an obligation you'll struggle to get around because they dump you in the system when you're 6, so it's not like you can really fight back.
Work's where you have a bit of room to move, I believe, because nobody is forcing you to do something you don't like. Find your passion (not that easy) then work out how you can get paid for it.
Then work becomes play. And the lines start to blur.
Case in point: Ze Frank (www.zefrank.com)
Now, since this is my first post and I'm eager to learn as quickly as possible, I'm going to publish.
You can expect to hear more from me.
Until next time, stay twelve.