Suddenly I begin to get busier and busier, TA in the lab, grading the lab reports and exams, doing my own research and preparing for my exams. On Wednesday, I usually spend 6 hours (2:00pm-8:00pm) to teach the undergraduates organic experiments. I can not sit, just keep walking around, answering the students’ questions and so on. Today ( Thursday), I begin my own research. Although I just watched what other students were doing this afternoon, I still felt very tired and exhausted. Tomorrow I will do my own experiment. What tough days!
What’s more, I also question myself some time: Do I really want to do bench work all my life? The answer seems to be no. Ryan, another graduate rotation student in our group, is always very enthusiastic and energetic toward research. But I cann’t find enough enthusiasm for research any more. What should I do? I’m really confused.
Sometimes I found I’m more interested in humanities than science. But I think that maybe "这山望去那山高". Also I know a famous saying, if you can not do what you like, just like what you are doing. Obviously I should take that attitude. I hope I can get enough wisdom and courage to do my current work pretty well. I believe "Your strength will equal your days."