TTYL

It’s a beautiful thing to experience when someone is genuinely said something which you really needed to hear.

Never forget to thank them for that.

 

 

CONSTRUCT YOUR WORK

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When you’re complaining about your work while sitting in the office or just feeling bored, Just think of those people who worked outside tolerating the heat and dusty surroundings.

Don’t you think you are lucky than them?

Don’t you appreciate what you have right now?

Construct your thoughts and think about it – again.

IT FEELS HEAVENLY

Nothing happens in a week. I don’t mean it literally, like there is lacking of important events in my life. But what I am telling is everything is sort of in total stasis.  To be honest, it feels heavenly.

There is this getting up early, and the showering, and the taste of coffee and the relief of being not jobless anymore. The meeting of new people at work, trying to familiarize their faces despite of difficulties with their names, and waiting for the new boss instruction what to do for the day, not limited to be observant and be smart. There is this waiting off to work, and the train to home, and the dinner, and the chatting, and the Facebook reading of people’s status updates. And then there’s the bed and the waking in the next day and the work again.

This may sound a little bit repetitive, but to tell you the truth, I don’t mind it. Who am I to complain my life when there are so many out there who are lacking of what I have. It may look like a gloomy week, but I have enjoyed it. I always used to enjoy the not so peculiar activities around, and I have learned to appreciate the static progress of my life, and I have concluded, I am more becoming a dull person.  Again, I don’t mind it.

Make the best of your life from what you have. It feels light, and it feels heavenly.

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I LOVE MY JOB !

The best way to appreciate our job is to imagine ourselves without it.

If you did not work harder today, you will work harder tomorrow in finding a job.

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Remember: the company hired you to resolve company problems, not to be the problem of the company.