How do you deal with a classroom? Many of you have degrees which means you've spent years in school on college campuses. I've never been able too. I dropped out of high school, as soon as I could, and got my G.E.D. I went to a community college for one semester, and failed every class. I just stopped showing up to class after awhile. I couldn't focus.
I'm thinking what kind of job I need to be doing. I was a water treatment specialist for about 15 years. I let my licence expire and have trying to get it back, but in Texas they make it close to impossible. Water is life. Good water is important. I felt that I was fulfilling my purpose.
I became a well driller last year. It was the best job ever! That drill rig is a grounding rod. I could lean on it and feel the vibration and send that negative energy down hole. Because of it I know these places where grounding is as easy as walking. The natural gas pipe line is grounded with a graphite grout to prevent lighting strikes. If your close to them you'll know it. The problem I had with the job was the other people around stealing my focus. If I was sharing their focus we were an efficient team, but when I was in charge that worked against me. On my jobs, I would pick helpers that didn't know what they were doing. Anyone with experience had their own ideas about how things should be done. They would interfere with my thought process. You have to focus in the drilling business, otherwise people get hurt, or die.
I was pushed out of that job. It's a competition. We all muscle for rank and recognition. I hate competition. I would rather take a loss and be able congratulate someone else on their victory. I share in it. On a team with a goal I could facilitate the bond between us. Afterward we would relish the victory over the forces against us. The harder it was, the greater the victory. The scars are a testament to our previous successes. That bond is a warriors bond. The next day it would be broken by competition, or time passing, or just the crap that people think we do. They didn't understand it. They were Roughnecks and Yard Dogs, and I loved them anyway. That job just wasn't for me.
I'm not really working right now. I took time off to figure out what I need to be doing. I liked the handyman work, but once again there are issues. I'd like to go back to school and get a degree in criminal justice. I could be a private investigator. I have an internal lie detector, and the ability to learn thing others can't or don't. Being an Empath is useful in so many ways, as long your using it to help others. You guys have found your niche. I haven't.
I want to know this: How do you deal with school?