Last week, the very beautiful @kimtanedosing married the love of her life. 💕
This quote comes to mind when I see this photo:
“I have a million things to talk to you about.
All I want in this world is you.
I want to see you and talk.
I want the two of us to begin everything from the very beginning.”
— Haruki Murakami
(at Christ the King Parish Church, Green Meadows, QC)
What do you hope to achieve with your work?
Today marks my 6th month working in the hospital. *\(^o^)/* It’s also my 9th week of teaching (8th, if you don’t count one exam) Psychology undergraduate students.
Lots people to not let down right there (sweat drop).
Had a date with the Girlfriend last Monday. I remember asking,
"Is this Life!? Thinking how you can fund one trip versus what you can do with how much money you make?"
And she answered with a look - being part of the workforce earlier than I have - and an “uh, yeah?”
The trip we were talking about was for this girl with the bright eyes:
(as of this writing, I have booked a one way flight and praying to all deities of technology and travel to bless me/us with a cheap returning flight) \(;^o^ヽ)
In all honesty In an alternate universe, I would like to have a job I’ve only read in books: where I could travel around the world, write, and earn great money. I’ll be respected for my work (whatever it is), my work would have inspired a lot of people, and I would have changed lives for the better.
In reality, I work in a hospital, teach part-time, and study a language. I earn too little that I end up broke before payday and in all honesty, I travel more than what I can afford
That thought brings me to a conversation with the Kareshi regarding life. I told him, every time I dismiss my class, I suddenly began fearing if I’ve taught them well.. taught them enough.. taught them properly.
You see, all I want to achieve with being a teacher is this: I would want to change misconceptions they have of things; inspire them to be good or better; push them to be.. MORE than what they are now, and generally teach them the way I wanted to be taught at that time.
I want to make young minds realize the value of hard work - that it always pays off; that initiative and effort goes a long mile; and that Life is great no matter how hard it seems now, at this very moment.
Quite a romantic sentiment, don’t you think?
But it’s what I try to do every time I teach.
The question, “when are you going into residency?” has always been answered with a shrug and the answer, “when I get tired of teaching.” ꒰ღ˘‿˘ற꒱❤⃛