I feel that it is very common for people to forgive wrongdoing as a superficial gesture, hoping that this act would somehow magically start healing yourself without further involvement or emotional commitment. Personally I believe this is a part of our self defence mechanism, to want to deal with hurt expediently. I mean why wouldn’t … More The art of forgiveness – a personal take
The human experience in its essence is raw beauty. It is like when untouched white pure snow that brightens up the otherwise dark and depressing dark long days of winter starts to melting in spring by the bright beautiful sun into a dirty mess of everything it has so well hidden for a ling time. … More The human experience, raw beauty
The plague of many job applicants is the arduous and unsatisfying task of editing one’s CV to fit the employers obscure and often confused instructions (if any exist). What format (EU, US, UK etc..), who is the audience, what information, layout, page limit, references, and so on..? I have experienced this for many years and … More Anyone looking for CV editing know-how (for free)?
My godfather called me today randomly and asked if I was interested in going for a Ice-hockey game. And as my evening was free I decided to say yes. I hadn’t gone to one for sometime (like 8 years) so this was a really enjoyable experience, as I don’t usually follow any type of sports … More Ice-hockey game!
Having recently graduated with a Masters degree, having a rich multicultural background, work experience, multilingual, multi-talented, fast learner etc. It seems near to impossible to land a job without a 5-10 year experience or very good connections. For the past few months I have been sending out tons of queries and applications to everything and … More Looking for a job is like a needle in a haystack combined with lottery.