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I remember when I was back in my freshman to senior year in high school Ive been working ever since and start having double job in my third year I was struggling with the overwhelming load of work both in school and my two jobs I didnt complain because I believe that it is better having more to do than nothing to do I manage to keep my 35 GPA however I didnt realize that my health is deteriorating If Ive read The Company Man by Ellen Goodman I would understand that health and family comes first rather than your job Also after reading Nowhere Man by Pico Iyer I understand what he meant by nowhere man because when I was working so much and going to school I was barely home and when I was home it isnt necessary give you the feeling of home because youre never exactly home Too much of anything will never do anyone any good In The Company Man the narrator state that when he finally worked himself to death at precisely 300 AM Sunday morning no one was really surprised it shows how when youre overworking yourself in order to get into the position you wanted is not necessary the position you wanted in life You may think that it is something you have to do but at the end everything takes time you need to move up gradually not in an instant As for the Nowhere Man the main character stated Nothing is strange to us and nowhere is foreign We are visitors even in our own homes I both agree and disagree with this statement I understand that he felt that anywhere he goes is not a foreign place because he an excessive traveler due to his situation however to most people we do know that our own home is where we feel comfortable and its our home were the owner not the visitor
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