Lukas M M itibaren Texas
After half a year out of college, I have experienced a prestigious but exploitative internship, a few months of unemployment, and my real induction into the working world (as a government employee). These experiences forced me to confront my own neuroses after years at a high-stress university - my inability to handle free time and cultivate a life outside of work and my fears of being useless. And so it seemed like time to read Weber. I definitely identified with this book more than I would like to. Granted, I had to slog through the really dense section about obscure reformation personalities. (I hadn't heard the name Ulrich Zwingli since that reformation history class I had to take in high school!) But I'm glad I'm read it, and the last 10 pages were heartbreakingly good.