Ah yes. That one is just a collection of my thoughts dating back to kindergarten. The teacher assigned a career day, and all our parents were coming in to listen to our presentations (Now that I think about it, I don't know if it's kindergarten or not. My memory is hazy). I couldn't decided what to do, so I stole "Fireman" from the teacher's directions. "Policeman, or Fireman, for example, whatever you want to be!"
Time went on, and I never really found a career that interested me. I went all the way through elementary school, middle school, and high school not knowing what exactly it was that I wanted to do with my life. I always had thoughts. Going to space and looking back at our earth, ruling over people and changing the world for the better, but I never had anything solid. This was because I didn't like the way things worked, and nigh every career option was built into the way things worked. I always knew this, but I never realized it fully until recently.
I'm probably just going to jot down a short book based around patterns, cycles, and the difficulty fitting into them.