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December 16, 2007 / TildeWill

I want to go to work

When I say I’m going to work on the weekends, people look at me as if a puppy died. When I say I want to go to work, because I have an obligation to finish what I committed to, the expression changes from sympathy to skepticism.

You may think I’m crazy, and it’s true, I like my free time as much as the next guy, but I think what’s important to this story is my sense of duty. If I don’t do the things I say I’ll do, if I don’t be the person I say I am, then I’m nobody.

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  1. profoundaffinity / Dec 17 2007 9:09 pm

    There is nothing wrong with wanting to go to work love! Duty and honor are lost these days along with many other things replaced by mother cultures whispers. One action made with honor is worth more than a thousand with out.

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