That's a pretty gutsy question. I think I'd, first, try to figure out why everyone thinks its crazy.
then, i'd choose to believe in myself
All the way!
It depends on the reasons for your belief and theirs. <br />
The last time I really climbed out on a limb it was to get past a variety of obstacles and take my father to a doctor. Nobody else thought he needed medical care, including Dad. They thought I was going overboard and being unreasonable until the diagnosis came back. It turned out he had a rare and very serious condition that would have killed him within a month without treatment.<br />
If you believe with all your heart that you can become a rock star and don't need a fallback career, take your family's advice. If you find yourself in a situation like mine, evaluate your reasons and choose whether to move forward. One good standard to bear in mind is "What's the worst that could happen if I or they are wrong?"
Faith doesn't have to be a religion. I have faith in the relationship my significant other and I have. That is my life. And I'm willing to go pretty dang far. I'd consider looking at my faith when murder pops in my head multiple times.
As far as it takes
very very far , because it would be truth to me
til the end : )
I would re-evaluate my sanity.
I am not religious. And who says he's talking about religion? It's in the Education section.
I WOULD NOT drink the Kool-Aid.
As far as I feel I need to...