Not like I haven't got any degree yet. I have. One and a half bachelor's degree (half as in half way through only), and one plus two masters degree --which I got because after earning the first one, I still had no jobs and thus decided to take another one again which could be combined with another one making it a double degree. Sounds like a frighteningly success story, doesn't it?
Yet, it doesn't. The reality is far from it. Being able to pursue my study to masters degree, as it turns out, does not make me feel like I've gained successful days. In actuality, I was only trying to escape from the harshness of real world.
I have never tasted the real life of a working person in this fast-paced world. Yet.
I must say that I am a laid back type of person by nature. Therefore, often times I prefer to do things my way and hate being in under pressure situations... that, of course are part of real work life.
But, people can't always have things their own ways, can they?
Hence, I'm preparing myself to be able to come to terms with how life is. I'm trying to find work that's suitable for me and able to improve me, in any way.
And, I'm not going to escape again should I fail to get jobs, real jobs.
But, uh, basically, it's quite hard for me to keep my own promises, ha ha ha.
There's a part of me wanting to work full time and in permanent positions, but at the same time there's me who wish to upgrade my academic status. Yes, I also feel I'm quite absurd.
However, like a saying that many many many people have heard of... Man proposes, but God disposes.
I just hope that whichever way I choose to be and whichever life God grants me, I just hope either will make my life blissful and blessed.
I'm surprisingly a very simple-minded person.
Yet, not many know of it. Maybe, not even me.