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You know, call me crazy, but I think it's a bit of a bad sign when one actually would rather be in the library basement than back at the dorm on a Friday night.

And yet, here I am. I have a score of movies to watch, a couple of different projects to work on that don't involve thesis whatnot, and no intense need to get anything finished tonight. But I'm here. I feel ill. I feel on the verge of tears, and upset and sad and I don't know why. Valentin's right - emotions just get in the way of the greater good. Of course, he at least had a better idea of what the greater good was - being a revolutionary will do that. Me? I don't know. I don't know anything.


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Feb. 1st, 2003 09:42 pm (UTC)
Crazy. I don't know what the greater good is, either, but I'm not so sure that it and emotions are mutually exclusive. Yeah, they can make life suck from time to time, but they're also what makes it worth the sucky parts, and even the tedious thesis-writing parts. :) I can't count the number of times last year that I was so tired that I felt like crying for no particular reason. You're coming through a rough spot, and thesing don't help that none. It's a huge stress, and as much as I hated working on it at times, I felt like I should be when I wasn't. I guess it's kind of like how I always used to get sick during reading week every semester - I was so stressed right up to that point, then I relaxed and let everything hit me all at once. You had an evening with no particular priorities or pressing demands, and maybe you relaxed a little, and maybe you got smacked upside the head with everything you hadn't been letting get to you while you were working hard? Just a theory. Either way, I know you will pull through it ok because 1) you are strong and you rock and 2) you have people who love you very much (e.g.: me!) who will give you the support you need.
me :*
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