Quitting the Tourist Mode
It had been a month since I left Karad for good and be back home, in my beloved country. Yesterday’s dream has turned into a reality today. Karad had taught me so many valuable lessons on how to be a grateful person.
Before this, few thoughts come into my mind on how will I survive the post-undergraduate life. And right now, I am living that kind of life which is the most important period of my career.
Currently, I am enjoying the holiday at home before getting to work in a couple of months ahead. I am planning to work as soon as possible, as I still remember what I’ve learnt during my internship. Some friends said that, take a rest for while because, we will not get enough time for holiday once we are getting hired. It’s very true actually.
This period of time is like honeymoon, but still something should be done to maximize the quality of time. Till today, I still don’t know whether I had used the time wisely or not. Next time onwards, I have to make some revision to recollect what I’ve learnt so far. Learning won’t stop till we die rite?
I asked my batchmate what they did during this time. Most of us just relaxing our mind at home and give a hand to the parents and siblings. This is a noble thing to do as we had been studying far away from them for a long period of time.
Although it is the same routine day to day, I feel happy and relieved to help my family. To be able to take care of them, it is a blessing. I don’t know what is my fate in the future. As long as I am in a good health, I will give my best to my family and whoever in need.
Till then, have a good day and do take care of yourselves….