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Tday 1st August, 2013

Irhamy is supposed to write today's FP but because he is fasting, having midlife crisis and Eid-ul-Ftri is just around the corner, he has a huge writer's block preventing him to write. I think he is probably very depressed too because he is thirsty, and also sexually and nicotine deprived. So, I cover him this week.

It has been a busy week for me. I work almost 16 hours a day at two different sites. Last week I spent at least 14 hours a day including the weekend. I don't work like this all the time, of course. However, in super busy times like these it makes me wonder if I should have a simpler life. I used to think that I should be working as hard as possible and make a lot of money so that I can get away from it all when I made enough money.

When I saw a few of my unfortunate peers passed on in their late thirties and early forties, I began to see why money is not the only ticket to get away because life can be so unpredictable. Sometimes it seems like the only certainty in life is death. I still want to make a lot of money but I'm not going to wait until I think I have made enough to get away - partly because I don't think I'll ever made enough anyway.

On one hand, I am working my butt off to get away. On the other hand, I am quite good at my work and I take pride in what I am doing. In a way my work also defines me. Obviously I am in a bit of a dilemma here. Whenever I am too busy at work I want to go fishing. I was wondering if I had too much fishing, would I miss my work?

Never have the chance to find out yet because my longest fishing trips were just over two weeks. But I think I would, because I always treat fishing as a getaway or an indulgence and I want to keep it that way. Too much of a good thing may not be good. Perhaps you fish bums out there can enlighten me?

Alright, back to work.

Cheers,
Mr.T (what an ugly name)


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