Escaping Monotony

Do you ever feel like your life is full of meaningless activities, with each day requiring the same tasks with no progress? I hate that. I hate it when my job requires me to complete the same trivial tasks each day. I get the need to keep things continually clean, or machinery operable (imagine your roller coaster breaking down because it wasn’t maintained), but I just wasn’t built that way. I’m a creative, and I love tackling new projects that challenge me. I have never been for the basic maintenance of items, and would prefer to automate our outsource what I could to minimize my time spent on the basics.

I can keep my house clean, and maintain it with some regularity, but I get sick of it. That’s why I’m not cut out to be a janitor or maintenance worker. If I were to design the machine or maintain the machine, I’d rather be a designer.

The problem is that I’m not that rich. I can’t afford to just do it. Maybe you’re in the same boat as me. You have dreams, desires, and feel like the hum drum of your life is a prison. The good news? You’re not alone. The bad news? Apart from waiting for Moshiach to return, I don’t have the universal answer for release from it all just yet.