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As for the scientific fields, any of them require a long schooling and intense application. If you are made for it nothing could be better. In the long run you will have to come to your own conclusion. The arts, which probably offer a man more satisfaction, are uncertain. It is difficult to make a living. If I had my own life to lead over I presume I would still be a writer but I am sure I would give my first attention to learning how to do things directly with my hands.
Nothing gives quite the satisfaction that doing things brings. Above all avoid taking the advice of men who have no brains and do not know what they are talking about. Next to occupation is the building up of good taste.
That is difficult, slow work. Few achieve it. It means all the difference in the world in the end. I am constantly amazed at how little painters know about painting, writers about writing, merchants about business, manufacturers about manufacturing. Most men just drift. There is a kind of shrewdness many men have that enables them to get money.
It is the shrewdness of the fox after the chicken. A low order of mentality often goes with it.