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Thinking for Ourselves "I sit in class and worry about what but what's being stated by the teacher." "I just can't listen for very long." "It's so dull!" These remarks may be viewed in the hallways of the best Colleges this country offers, every hour of every single day. We all hear these remarks, and at times, even say them ourselves. Why is this true? Could it be that we're just not thinking about the subject in any respect? If that is correct, maybe we need to ask ourselves several questions. Questions like, why am I taking this class? Why am I receiving my degree in this subject of study? If I don't want to hear about it now, is it something that I want to hear about every day once I go to work? Lets face it. How many of us have a definite plan in regard to exactly what we would like to do with our lives? If people perform, is it our strategy? I, together with a number of different folks, am taking a good look at why I did what I did when I was a younger. I have found, over the past couple of years, that a lot of it was a result of not thinking for myself. I'm back in school now getting another level in hopes of accomplishing anything with my life I really am comfy with. There are many factors involved with the decisions we make concerning career choices when we're younger. Our parents, the school system, and our culture all play roles in our decision-making process. When children are asked at age five things they need to be, the replies are almost always a fireman, a warrior, a baseball player, and so on. As we get older we tend to forget about the those things. Realities, for example bodily constraints and lack of talent account for a portion of this, but what about the rest? It's politically incorrect to say so in this time, but th...