One month has gone by swiftly and I am finally back home. Looking back at time, I had definitely a good run, 2 more months and it will be one full year at work, is tough no doubt but even if I could turn back time, I would still be doing the same. There's much more to learn and see, and that's what kept me going, I am new to this world, curious, excited and hunger for more, both knowledge, experiences and stories from all walks of life.
Birds can fly high, from the top, they were able to see things from miles away; but they could also fly low, or at times to stop and look at things in detail.
This life I am having right now, has indeed taught me a lot, especially on the way I look at things. Life isn't always about moving forward, at times it involves a bit more of waiting. Whether you're waiting for a plane, queuing for tickets, application and processes, it comes in all sorts of form and has and always will be part of our life, but you just never realize as you're too focus on what's next. If I were to add up all the waiting time for the past month, the duration would probably sum up to 2-3 days which I could use to do anything I want, but you can't and that's life.
Remember I was hold up for an extra semester during university years due to unforeseen issue, and I was really mad that time, especially with the school authorities, getting all work up, cursing, scolding, bad mouthed the school, and of course worried about things that I couldn't control. But at the end, nothing change and I still studied for an extra semester as requested, so what the fuck right? To think back, I was a joke and it was really foolish of me acting that way.
That extra semester actually helped me, I managed to spread my course hours in the extra semester, had more free time to roam around, managed to excel in my studies and got out just in time for Siemens to take me in, it was like someone up there wanted me to see this through, and I am thankful.
So when life keeps you waiting, have a nice cup of coffee instead.