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09 September 2003 @ 11:59 am
i've fallen out of love..  
I've fallen out of love with my troop. It's back to covering my own area of interests.. My fellow soldiers are no longer my comrades, just faceless zombies walking in a mist of confusion and chaos.

I'm not a bad man.. I just can't keep giving everything I have into a void.. such a cold, unforgiving void.

I'm not a bad man...
 
 
 
Danwarraven on September 9th, 2003 11:41 am (UTC)
dude, don't worry about it. i bet it happens to everyone. i know it happened to me. you work and work and work, and then even do a little extra for someone else, and you never get any thanks or compensation. it all seems like it's for nothing.

now on a sarcastic note, stop working and see what all goes broke. that's what you impact, that's what you keep running. ;)
Nickxlupoxgoesxpupo on September 9th, 2003 12:10 pm (UTC)
You know...
You know what I do when I feel unappreciated? I do... I just quit... I'm not saying quit your job, just quit caring about it. I mean do what you need to, the bare minimum, and then you'll feel better for a little while... but after about a day or two of that, you'll notice how little you have to do, and get back to work.
bciac on September 9th, 2003 12:42 pm (UTC)
Well it always sucks to see everything falling apart and it is only natural to despair in such circumstances. Now given the fact that the army is in a perpetual state of near-disaster; there is little to wonder as to why you are dismayed. The fact that it is one huge bureaucracy is enough to explain this (for those of you who haven't heard me say it a billion times..."I hate bureaucracies"). On the bright side, at least they aren't the type of zombies who try to eat your brains.