"I get readings, I sometimes get five a week. You'll feel like a schizophrenic by the end of that week. I don't know who I am any more. You'll be in conversation with a friend and start spitting out dialogue"
- Josh Holloway
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This quote by Josh Holloway talks to the frustrating nature of having to handle multiple functions in life. He is describing the sensation of being overwhelmed by the quantity of readings he has to do in a week, and how it can make him seem like he doesn't know who he is any longer. He is also describing the sensation of being so overwhelmed that he can't even track his discussions with buddies, and instead starts to "spit out discussion" without even realizing it. This quote speaks with the sensation of being overwhelmed by the amount of roles and duties we have in life, and how it can make us feel like we are losing our sense of self. It is a reminder to take an action back and take a break when we are feeling overwhelmed, so that we can restore our sense of self and have the ability to concentrate on the jobs at hand.
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