More Indonesians should think like this. Encourage differences is a good thing. Surrounding yourself with the same idea, environment and people all your life is not a good education. This coming from a person who only just start hanging out with people from different religions at 15 years old. – View on Path.
Fresh Graduate Dilemma
I started work right away, just a month after finishing my final project (and two months before my graduation). Now four months later, after working in two companies (and countries), I feel so tired already. I want to lie around in my home for days, go on vacation, hang out with my friends.
Although after repeteadly telling myself it would be just fine and I don’t have to hurry to find a new job right away, I’m still a bit anxious. I can’t stand doing nothing for more than a week. Now I feel a bit depressed already. I should really travel and not being home. Sigh.
Thought via Path
What a great three months! Although practically have no life (and added with all the overtime hours maybe I worked for 6 months worth in CPG), I really thankful for the experience and learnings I’ve got. Hopefully will see this country in another time. Ciao, Singapore! at Changi International Airport (SIN) – Read on Path.
So I got this awesome gift from my friends for my graduation. It’s a movie diary. I will try to fill it up and post some of them here. I think I will also write about Korean dramas and other tv series I’ve been watching, because lately I haven’t watched much movies anymore. Or maybe I will use it as an excuse to watch movies again.
Anyway, it’s harder to write manually, once you write it you can’t take it back. So please don’t mind my messy handwriting and focus on the review hehe.
The end of an era. The last day of the best years of my life. I wasn’t as sad as I thought I would be. Maybe because I’ve been away too long and I already get used to it. Maybe because I’ve felt a little sadness bit by bit and the sum of them are already a lot. Or maybe because I know, I won’t completely leave them behind.
Because I still have my friends and all the memories I have with each of them. Memories of sorrow, heartbreak and anger. Memories of joy and glory. They made me who I am today. They changed me from a naive girl who see the world as black and white, to this young woman who understand there are more complicated feelings than love and hate. They made me understand people can grow and change—and nothing hypocrite about it. They made me see the world is so big, not just Bandung, Jakarta or even Indonesia. They made believe there’s so many great chances you can get, if you try hard enough.
Because they’re such an awesome people and I feel really blessed to be a part of them. I love them and I will really miss them. I know I will feel really lonely without them. Working alone toward my dream, when I usually working together with them beside me, is a hard thing to do. But I know all of us will go through the same road. We’ll doubt ourselves, we’ll be scared and lonely, but I know we can do it.
So good luck, my friends. May you be blessed with strength and will to fight until you reach your dreams, whatever they are. Cheers to us, fresh graduates!
With much loves,