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That is quite a high aim. I'm not sure I buy it though. As idealistic as it seems, especially when politics are involved, I just don't see it moving remotely in that direction. I'm not saying I don't think the science is correct, or anything like that. I just think de Grey glosses over way too many obstacles, but of course you always hold on to the hope of it all.
There are no good reasons from my perspective why you would be treated that way. I imagine it really had nothing to do with you directly due to the reasoning being so contradictory to the reality of the situation. Seems like they were just giving excuses, so they didn't have to approach the "real" reason they didn't want you to do anymore lessons.
Like most have said, don't let this discourage you from pursuing lecturer in the future.
Found it on such an obscure hard drive. I wrote this for a college class btw LOL:
Ode to Spaghetti
You stringy devil, you
With your odd yellow hue
I spin my fork round and round
Only to be left confound
When my fork is left so bare
I only feel a deep despair
But why do I tolerate your evasive shape
Instead of choosing another escape
There is no easy way to answer
Maybe because you are a graceful dancer
Your noodle like figure slides across my plate
As I slowly begin to accept my fate
Your delicious blend shall be enjoyed
If only you wouldn’t look to avoid,
My three pronged spear
When it grows near.
Your taste, and shape are so divine
I only wish I didn’t have such a hard time,
Enjoying a serving of your twisted fates
When I go out on a few dinner dates.
Hope you feel better! It's good that you recognize these aspects of your life that may be lacking, and seems like you retain the will to changed them. Work on it bit by bit. My recommendation? The food. It's a simple fix, but honestly eating a good meal makes a huge difference.
Good luck on those midterms!
So, I'm getting ready to prepare my next dish for the weekend, but I haven't decided yet. I was thinking something in the wrap department, a chicken gyro maybe? Haven't decided, but I'm excited to get some time over the weekend to experiment. I also tried some baking during the week, made these chocolate cookies with peanut butter filling on the inside. They turned out pretty dope. Been shopping around for a good cast iron or steel pan to prep for my attempt at making steak. I haven't really settled on anything just yet. It's mostly a mental game for me. I don't want to ruin a perfectly good piece of meat, but I'm not sure how else to approach the situation having never done it before.
So I ended up getting into contact with the Speaker of my states assembly as well as an assemblywoman. They both offered me recommendations and a reference, but I refused the speakers because of other unrelated things. I figure with a reference from an assemblywoman getting a job might be a bit easier. Let's hope!
I'm not sure why I connected working out with work, but here we are. I got back into jogging about a month ago, so I've slowly started returning to the gym. I shoot to go to the gym pretty early in the morning as a preemptive measure for when I get a job. All in all this month is really looking up so far.
I have a poem about spaghetti somewhere I swear when I get home its yours.
It's a double-edge sword though. This assumes the republican's will be in power into the foreseeable future which may not be the case. It's a risky move for any party to take. Most refer to the rule change as the "nuclear option" for a reason.
People lack the foresight to understand the amount of suffering that is going to come when the planet rejects human beings. Its honestly not all their fault that we are raised to believe so strongly in ourselves. If we want to stop what comes a lot of people are gonna have to struggle to make it so. If enough people decide their personal struggle is more important than the continued existence of human beings, then we are screwed.