Monday, March 28, 2011

Something about change of plans and leaving it all to time.

I did a previous blog post but I didn't allow comments - I just want to let some things out. Writing about feelings can really help, even if there's no one listening or reading. Writing is a medium of expression. Even if we, bloggers, love attention and the audience, there are just some things you're better off writing about - decreasing the chance of an emotional outburst, breakdown or melodramatic situations in the future. Your thoughts become better constructed.

In the long time I haven't posted, a lot of things happened, among those a
n internship at Standard Chartered Bank. I got an allowance out of it, and it's pretty big compared to my other classmates who interned at different companies, they practically got nowhere near my allowance or didn't get any at all.

I feel like I was treated right in the HR department where I was assigned. They let me interview aspiring interns and let me in on their meetings. I was not ever asked to make coffee or photocopy hundreds of papers. It was like I was one of them.

During the internship, my love with HR blossomed. Every time I wake up, I put on my corporate attire, travel to the biggest and most popular business district in the country, walk in its pavements, and finally enter the office building - and it feels right, like it's where I should be.

I am actually excited to be working in an industrial setting. I want to know more or maybe master the whole HR thing. And then there's the dream of pursuing medical school. I want the glory, to help people, the work, and even the stress. I don't know. Maybe I've leave it all to time, see where it goes!

Much Love,


quilly said...

How exciting to be involved in something you love! I miss teaching because that is where my heart belongs. I am whole and energized there. Sounds like HR does that for you.

Now, to answer your xray question, the doc just "took a picture" of my sinus cavity. You just stand up in the machine and they "zap" you. He wanted to see what was causing the inflammation in my sinuses. Turns out it was just a nasty infection that was hard to kick. He finally put me on Prednisone to make it go away.

Ishmael Fischer Ahab said...

Hmmm...I also remember the time when I work in a bank. I wore the corporate attire, walked the pavements of that famous business district and worked with great people.

I do hope that you are alright now, whatever the problems that you had in the past.