The most important lesson I’ve learned in my career is about myself.
About what kind of a person I am.
About what I’m able to and what I refuse to become.
I must work on something I can stand behind.
I need the trust. I want to believe in something before I can work on it.
I don’t want to have a job that’s separated from my life.
I can’t do “a job” between 9 to 5, and then “come back” to my life after that, and hope there’s a balance to be found and kept between the two.
I want to do a job that I love enough to make it a part of my life.
I don’t want to count minutes at my job, so that “I can finally go home and do something that makes me happy.”
I want to actually enjoy what I do at my job, while not minding when and where I am doing it.
Having a job is like having a relationship.
I don’t want to have one just because I should have one. Otherwise “I’d be lonely, weird, and probably be dying from depression.”
I want to have one because of love.
I know. I know.
“Don’t do what you love. Instead, love what you do.”
But it’s like saying “don’t be with someone you love. Instead, love the one you can get your hands on.”
It’s just immoral.
You might say, “marriage is the way to kill the love between you.”
What a cynic?!
True love is never only rosy and sweet, romantic and exciting.
True love is complicated.
True love demands hard work and great patience.
True love is meant to have ups and downs.
True love is a belief. It tests you and also grants you the strength to keep going.
Because true love is much more rewarding than anything that is not it.
I’m not going to settle for anything less than true love, for anything else is waste of time.
And the thing that is worth caring about is time.
The only currency that matters to me.
Let me make it clear: true love is not “the one”.
If there’s no “the one”, there’s more than one possibility to have one love that is true.
I will have many opportunities to build and use my skillsets.
I will have the motivation to do many things.
I’m just waiting for the chemistry to be right.
I’m still searching for some work that I love.
I will find one.
And if you are like me, you can find one too.
Just don’t settle for less.