It’s a real sad day when I am complaining about my life. There are hundreds of million people out there who are worse off than me and I have the audacity to express boredom. My plethora of entertainment devices like HBOGo, movies, cable and books are leaving me high and dry. I don’t think it’s that so much as I just need to start doing something else. It’s like a routine that just becomes your life. Geller on Dexter describing the everyman’s life as a “mundane existence” sort of sprung this. Basically he’s asking “Do you want to do something with your life?” I always seem to fall back to the Office Space message that people aren’t meant to spend their lives in cubes working. Yet millions of people do this and these people are considered fortunate because they have jobs. I will be with my job for the rest of my life if things work out and there is no escape. Believe me I’m not complaining either because I know people who would kill to do what I do but still the future will still be me here in Philadelphia working this job. I guess I find it discouraging that I am set up to do whatever I want to do with my life and I never take the initiative and actually do something. WHAT DO YOU DO THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE? It’s just eat, work, sleep. I’m not sure what it is I’m supposed to do but entertaining myself electronically can’t be the answer. I’m sure a lot of people who read this are in similar boats but your life is just structured to you. Some people probably live every day like it’s their last. I feel like I’m waiting to die (slowly of course). I also want to point out that I’ve been watching 6 Feet Under and there is a lot of concepts revolving around death which probably has me thinking a bit. I promise there is no need for concern as I’m perfectly healthy and only borderline depressed. Trying to get people to smile on a death post is usually pretty hard.