Here I’ am, browsing the internet, any job-seeking related website to find a proper job for, at least something for me to enjoy doing it. It toughs, maybe due the fact that I attended several interviews and the end results kind of make like feel a total loser. Maybe I just did not really prepare myself for the “QnA” session as maximum as I suppose to, or just for the simple fact that my pot of gold is not there, the “rezeki” as we usually interpreted it regularly.

Orbiting that very particular word, I kind of remember an incident, which really gave me one good a life’s lesson, occurred in front of me while I’m still a student. There I was with my crew, having a cup of tea in between class period, sipped every milliliter of it each times, talked about anything. Then there was man, a simple looking man, he’s a staff and I’m very familiar with him as always met him around the fac. In front of him, there was a plate of rice, with gravy on it and that was all. No drumstick, fish, veggies or even a single boiled-egg. What hit me the most that after “Doa” he smiled, while looking into his plate. I got tell you, it is really a warm smile, like…I don’t know, sort of unexplainable smile. He seemed to be really grateful about what he had that day. He ate calmly, peacefully. Then I realized, here we got a man, who are in fact got the job, being very thankful to Allah about his simple dish, where several of us out there are complaining about getting fat and stuffs. Or maybe I just met a man who really committed toward his family, to the extends that what he eats, is not important at all, as long his family can enjoys his earning in any way that beneficial to them. Either way, I learned something that day, how hard the situations are, and you still can somehow fill your empty stomach, you should really be thankful about it. Don’t go around yapping about it. And try to enjoy every little thing, happy little thing that happen to you, because we are living in the world that demands almost everything out us, even sometimes, we don’t even be thankful after we woke up.! Our lives just too intense, and this little things can really help us go through it, reducing our stress.

Even I do not have a proper job yet, I should be thankful, Alhamdulillah, at least I got a job, even the returns of it is small, it still enough to share it with family and friends. I’m pretty sure that me “rezeki” is out there, I just need to keep looking to find it.

4 Response to "Rezeki"

  1. theSkycrapper says:
    April 19, 2010 at 9:24 AM

    Because we are living in the world that demands almost everything out of us, even sometimes, we don’t even be thankful after we woke up.!..

    200% agreed!..nice 1st entry dude..

  2. shukjessa says:
    April 19, 2010 at 9:37 AM

    walaweh bro, u wrote very small la man... so hard to read for me that have 4 eyes. wakakak

    neway, this is a nice post, since it is in english, so it sounds wonderful not with SMS language.

    ya lor, rezeki its not wager by money or any materialize thingy but more on how we thank God of how God tested us.

    keep it up, we friends always suupport each other la bro, dun wori (haha macam haram je aku skipping)

  3. Anonymous Says:
    April 19, 2010 at 9:47 PM

    welcome 2 d club ;)

    p/s: besarkan sikit font tu bro...

  4. cEro says:
    April 20, 2010 at 2:44 AM

    our journey as human never been so easy..
    for me, an expected life, without no ups and downs is very lame..
    the one that has possessed obstacles and either we survived them or not, is much more interesting..
    after all, people learnt by experiences.
    and there's no better teacher than experience itself.

    btw, welcome to the sphere..

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