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Ironic March 2005

Thursday, March 31, 2005

"Just hang on to it first...till u found one, otherwise u might not know when u get another one"

"Ppl always says tat, but i wonder if it's really tat good... sometimes giving up or taking a step back might be a better choice to see the far..."

Why do human like to clinch on thing and that until u find a replacement, otherwise you wouldn't let go of it? Is it really that difficult to let go? Or the daunting challenge of having to find a satisfactory employment is that difficult? This month - March 2005, it's been full of unforgetable activities. Kicking off with the month with resignations, and ending the month with retrenchments due to merger...what a ironic way to start and end the month.

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  1. Blogger JY | April 01, 2005 12:40 AM |  

    i see my line being used hmmmm...
    that would have to see the situation and the things that you hanging on to...and there are a lot of factors....if i quit w/o job, my mum sure nag at be till i cant tahan one..thats my pt..i rather suffer myself than make those around me suffered....soon..all choke up inside...next moment u know, in the papers say someone die of heart attack hahhaaha

  2. Blogger JY | April 01, 2005 8:58 AM |  

    You won't see pass a choice which you do not understand ~ Oracle@Matrix Revelotion

  3. Blogger L. | April 03, 2005 2:15 AM |  

    Complacency...
    Fear of the next one being worse...
    Commitments...

    There are hundred and one reasons.

    But when enough is enough, you will learnt to let go.

    One friend of mine just quitted w/o a job, because he cant still the place... I understands how he feels, after all I had been in his position about a year back.

    Ask yourself what you what to do, because only you know it best.

  4. Blogger bitchrepublic | April 16, 2005 1:10 PM |  

    it is interesting to know people still have a choice to quit. think of those who need to have a job, because of home commitments or responsiblities. i won't quit because i can't stand the work environment, i now believe, wherever you go, it will be the same. its how you manage it and not take work problems out into your social life. its hard to do sometimes, but i am very sure there is light at the end of the tunnel. *smile*

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