I consider pursuing my engineering career. But that means I need to get some units again or upgrade my course since I believe education system here in Canada is not the same in the Philippines, thus my license as Electronic Engineer is not valid here. For now I can’t move forward because of the kind of Visa I am holding which is prohibited to enrol or study. Probably 2 years from now.
However, thinking of the student dilemmas I had been through gives me doubt if I’ll pursue my plan. So here I am again thinking negatively. If I’ll continue to worry and fear then I won’t reach what I want to be. I know thinking negatively is not a help. I should look for that goal, set aside the worries and I need great COURAGE to continue.
The story of a teenager, Zach Sobiech, has been on the buzz lately. He died from a rare terminal cancer at a very young age. But his death and how he lived his remaining days inspires people to live life to the fullest.
Together with his love ones, Zach faced his illness with courage. Despite his condition I can tell he exudes genuine happiness. I also appreciate his family and his girlfriend on how they showed their support to each other. Surely it was not an easy road for them. And it gives us a lesson of the need of quality time of each member of the family, bonded with love and support.
Zach expressed his battle against cancer through music. He recorded “Clouds”, that has been gotten viral in Youtube and now number 1 on iTunes after his death.
Here’s a tear-jerking video, a documentary of Zach’s last days; a very inspiring one!
It frustrates me when I hear a comment that is against me, or if I haven’t given my best service to my customers and it disturbs me when I realize I did something wrong. This is because I always seek for perfection. But I have to remind myself, NOBODY IS PERFECT and it’s fine being imperfect.