Re: Until It's Time for Me to Go

Subject: Re: Until It's Time for Me to Go
From: Kris Olberg <kjolberg -at- IX -dot- NETCOM -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 18 Sep 1996 12:23:03 -0700

At 07:40 PM 9/16/96 PDT, you wrote:
>Recently I faced something that still has me very upset: for the first
>time, I was at an impasse with a project (the same one I mentioned before
>in the list), and I was forced to abandon the project shortly before the
>projected completion date. I have never done this before and am still not
>too comfortable with what I did, but I don't see how I could do otherwise.
>For the moment, I'm looking for group therapy, shall we say, because it
>could be that I did the right thing, only it feels wrong.

Moshe, sometimes a person reaches a point where the requirements for
personal well-being exceed the limitations and boundaries dictated by work.
This happens to people working on relatively easy projects as well as
difficult projects.

I, too, take great pride in finishing projects, especially the bad ones. But
enduring a project like the one you described while enduring some of life's
harshest realities would be too much.

I offer condolences on your losses, and best wishes for moving on.

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