First HTML Update
This is my first update in my quest to expand my HTML knowledge. Jon Duckett’s book is quite useful and wonderfully designed. I couldn’t have wished for a better resource to aid me. As you might notice, I can now add sub-heading and divide my posts by section now. Hopefully, I will become more methodical and logical in my musings to support a more structured post.
Yesterday, a close friend came to me with a problem. In the name of confidentiality, I won’t talk about it here, but it did get me thinking about my future and my life. When I was kid, I always wanted to do something really BIG, whether it was writing a book, making a movie, starting a band and producing music. Anything producing content for an audience was a noble calling in my mind, because those types of projects affected people (or they were at least meant to). There was always a goal I was working towards, some prize always seated on a pedestal atop a mountain that I had to climb, simply because that is what one does when a mountain is encountered.
This past year was my first at the University of Central Florida, and I was allowed to meet many amazing people that were unique and very different from who I thought I was. They all had plans and goals and mountains they wanted to climb in their lives, which just underlined a growing crisis in my own life. I had no mountains I wanted to climb. There was no goal in sight because I didn’t know what I wanted to do in my life. I didn’t know who I was or who I wanted to be. I still don’t, and that is what I’ve been struggling with these past few months. Living with no direction is a dangerous place to find oneself, because it inspires stagnation. The one thing I am certain of in regards to my life is the great evil of boredom. I don’t want to be bored or idle, because I believe we are on this earth to produce and send our content out into the world. Idleness is in direct conflict with our task of creation. Perhaps the next few months with show me what I’m supposed to be working towards, but until that time, I will continue to learn and study and post here for my own edification.