— Harriet Tubman (via story-dj)
— Graham Greene (via story-dj)
"Getting paid well is one thing; loving what you do and having a genuine, all-consuming passion for it is quite another—and far more important, I might add."
"We risked our credit to prove that passion was more important than economics — only to be crushed by the reality of student debt, meager salaries and inelastic career prospects. I will not be telling my children to take out loans to do what they love.
Work is work. Make enough to do what you love in your free time. Don’t go to college if you can’t/don’t want to get a degree that pays for itself; the reality of the opposite is soul crushing.”"