Message - Re: Architecture: Is it the right choice?

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Posted by  Koushik on February 22, 2004 at 06:32:10:

In Reply to:  Re: Architecture: Is it the right choice? posted by Lovleen on February 19, 2004 at 04:01:51:

i think , i can .
and i think it is going to be really exciting all the way .
i feel that .........there are always good things and bad things around . the choice is ours , whether we want to break our head by focussing and taking to our heart the bad things around .
look at good works around , those which "do justice to this profession " and take inspiration from them .
just look at yourself . you are sensitive to the element of life in architecture , it's impact . u have realised that there is much more to this profession than what the architects who do "creative destruction " think about it .
u have come a long way ahead of all of them .
u at least know , u have a lot more to acquire wheras all those people out there do'nt even think about that .
u again have sored over them .
u are most eligible to practise , if not immediately , at least after u learn what you need to .
just understand how special you are .
do'nt say "So, I might up end up doing everything but architecture "
if you are passionate about architecture (i think you are ) , think what you can do about it , how you can plunge into it with all the excitement you ever expected from architecture .
do'nt ever try to run away .
do'nt let petty things put you off .

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