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"Ideals sometimes have to depend on work to support them, but ideals cannot disappear, because future life will also depend on ideals to survive. Curves to save the country, hobbies and reality coexist, there are always moments of mutual radiance." Before his ambition, please find a job steadily and fill your stomach first.
I am not opposed to taking my hobby as a full-time job, but resigning or becoming a freelancer needs to be on the right time, not blindly.
The famous Japanese novelist Junichi Watanabe worked as a surgeon for 10 years before he started writing full-time, and he abandoned medicine and went to work at the age of 35. At that time, heart transplant surgery was still being tried in Japan, and the technology was very unskilled. The Sapporo Medical University where Watanabe Junichi was located happened to have such an operation.
Once, Watanabe Junichi questioned the death of a heart provider during an operation, and believed that the patient was not brain dead. Unexpectedly, this action offended the authority in the hospital and prevented him from staying any longer, so he submitted his resignation and chose to leave.
Watanabe Junichi was in his thirties when he resigned, and it stands to reason that he already had a certain material foundation. But even if he went to Tokyo later, he would still go to a local hospital every Wednesday to be a doctor to support himself. He crushed this experience and wrote it into the novel "Shadowless Lamp". It can be said that it is based on local materials.
"China Youth Daily" interviewed him and asked him if he became a full-time writer by accident. He said, yes, so to speak. If the hospital I was in didn't carry out such an operation attempt, if I was stuffed with my suspicions at the time, maybe I would be a doctor for the rest of my life. This is hard to say.
It is not a bad thing to have a job that is not related to hobbies. It's not that you will be able to realize your dreams after you leave your job, or you won't be able to realize your dreams while you are working.
Who would have thought that Liu Cixin, who won the Hugo Award for Best Novel from the 73rd World Science Fiction Conference for "Three-Body", turned out to be an engineer in a power plant.
He works in a small town, the surrounding environment is relatively closed, more than an hour's drive from the city, and he leads a boring and rigid life. He has a wife and children. He also does housework and sends his children to school. He is an ordinary person who can no longer be ordinary. However, he loves science fiction. He said that life is boring, but science fiction is infinitely exciting.
Ordinarily, Liu Cixin loves writing science fiction so much, he should resign immediately and write full-time. But he didn't do it. He still goes to his class, using the remaining time to write and spend time with his family. This is the real winner in life.
Liu Cixin’s story tells us that it doesn’t matter whether you write well or not full time.
Those with strong ability still have a job to solve food and clothing. How can you, with weaker ability, make a desperate bet on an uncertain future with impulse?
I saw an anonymous question on social networking sites: Should writing be full-time or part-time? What if I can’t write it?
There is an anonymous answer below which I think is very good. "I was admitted to a book in order to write something, but I didn't sign up. My parents shed tears all day long. You are an adult and you can decide your own way, but in their eyes, your path is full of thorns. They But it cares how many injuries you have suffered along the way."
Before the age of 18, we were lifted by our parents and saw a wider world. It was their ambition that fulfilled everything for us. Now that we are finally able to be self-reliant, please stop stepping on the shoulders of your parents to realize your dreams.
I don't want to lose my job for my little dream and worry my elderly parents.
Gao Xiaosong said that life is not only about the present, but also poetry and the distance.
Yes, we need poetry and distance, that is everyone's hope hidden in their hearts.
However, before reaching afar, we must stay afloat.
We need to earn wealth with our own hands so that we can go far away.
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