My Phase 3 metrics did not meet the minimum thus, my manager, decided to terminate my employment with the company that took me four times to apply before I got hired.
I didn't really feel its impact until I got home, knocked at the door and was asked why I'm already home at this wee hour. It's pains to say " Wala na po akong trabaho."
But really, while I was signing my termination of contract paper, I was thinking of all the things I will be making time for specially for February's upcoming interviews, language lessons, guitar sessions and time to read and write about many things!
Now, as I lay down in the confines of my room, the chronic-worrier strikes again. What if I run out of funds sooner than I can imagine? With the interview dates for my current applications still unclear, what am I really supposed to do? How do I start again?
I take this as a sign that I should be back in the academe. That night shift is not for me anymore.
May the universe lead me to the path that I should take where I can find my peace and happiness. May I be lead to the new job that drives my passion within a profession that has justified compensation.
I always pray to the Lord to bless me with humility and wisdom in every decision I make and I always ask my family and friends to include me in theirs because, honestly, I cannot do this alone.
So please pray for me as well.