I woke up to a normal quiet sunny morning (noon to be exact) the other day. While I was showering, my mother laid an envelope on my bed.
It reads . “Urusan Seri Paduka Baginda” . I stood there for a few second staring at it.
Just a day ago , I was happily telling my friend that I got my offer letter from SPA but yet to get the induction letter from Ministry of Health. And there, I told him I might get the dreaded letter tomorrow , next week or next month.
And here I am, staring at it the following day.
The contents say .. you are invited to join our induction NEXT WEEK!
I think I read that particular line at least 5 times. I just simply cant believe my eyes.
Anyway,on the good side., the efficiency is actually getting better.* Two thumbs up for that.*
And they do provide good service to make sure every participant finds their way to the hotel (in KL) , by providing feeder bus.
You know some people might give an excuse that they are lost in the city and therefore skip the induction.You know…people like…..me *maybe*. Haha.
To make matter worst ,the event I was organizing for the past month falls on the 2nd day of induction.
And work starts once the “honeymoon” induction period ends. Its kinda like giving you some honey before they banish you to the afterlife. OK, that was a joke. :p
Now, I am in the midst of a dilemma of rejecting it (the induction) and risk getting a later entry after all my coursemate becomes my seniors,
BUT! Gain some time to have a break, prepare myself mentally for work , get some experience in other fields ,and broaden my scope of interest and friends.
just face the fact I am not generating any income and I need to support myself the day I ended my study life. The earlier I face that fact, the faster I enter my 40 year contract of “All-work-no-play deal” .
Feels like a worker ant. Wont you ?