Just a little update on whats going on nothing much, lot's work for both masters degree. Personal work, or most of it has been put on hold due to time sake but I hope to upload more works soon enough
Also a big thank you for those faving both my past works as well as the self portrait I made for International Self Portrait Day, as well for all the watches, since they are in small number I can thank everyone personally.
Some say all you have to do is teach, pass on the knowledge and shape the young minds that you come across each year. Some say they don't do a god damn thing. I say it's both, depending on who's teaching. Those with a sense of responsibility work until they drop, and tire themselves out each week.
I am at the very beginning of my career as one, or so I hope. Last year I had the chance to be an assistant for two semesters. This year I am teaching a course on drawing sculpture. The bar isn't as high as it is on the actual courses themselves for Licentiate, however, it is my first test. It's tiresome, and it's only 3 hours per week once a day, now imagine my teachers that have multiple classes, sure they have the experience and the endurance, and patience, that I am yet to acquire.
I did come to realize that it's also a non-stop work, right now I am on the masters degree, but once that is done, I have no clue whats to come, doctors is the logical step but i lack the funding to do so, so basically I have no clue, all i know is that studying won't be finished, ever, even after becoming a doctor, and being a full time teacher, there is papers to deliver, essays to write, conferences to attend to and speak on.
So there is much more to it that either doing nothing or just plain teaching, this speaking about my country and my country alone.