29. Till Death Do You Apart  

Posted by Dr. Dheena Sadik in , , , , ,







Your parents, siblings, relatives, friends, lover, spouse or children may leave you anytime abruptly either accidentally, unexpectedly or inevitably; But life must go on. In the midst of all life's calamities, the only reliable entity over which you have some control over is your Career. Give it your 100% attention and commitment. If you nurse and pamper your livelihood, you would neither regret nor ever be disappointed.



May that career be fused with your passion and bring you eternal bliss in good times and in bad, in joy as well in sorrow, for as long as you shall live.

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6 comments

it is most often successful that 'your job should be your leisure'that this is achieved. The submission to status quo breeds dissatisfaction and resentment and ultimately inefficiency.(in this area) thank you so very much.

May 31, 2009 at 4:22 AM

You are welcome. I agree inefficiency is bred via not finding peace within you. One must prevent conflicts within the mind itself.

June 1, 2009 at 1:03 AM

"All work and no play makes John a dull boy." Many of us overwork ourselves just to get by and support the family's lifestyle. There are too many pretentious folks out there who would rather starve and work overtime just to keep up with that new Rolex, BMW, etc. The illusion of having nice material things leading to happiness has completely washed their minds away.

June 3, 2009 at 10:33 PM

There is 2 sides to every story, and this one just might have more. You see Alex, there is 1 segment of the globe, working and struggling to feed and shelter their children while there is another workaholic herd struggling to upgrade their mobile phones and vehicles to the latest model. So goes the spectra of possibilities as far as "work" is concerned. My primary focus is on attaining security via a career one would enjoy and to find tranquility within its vicinity.

There is a large population, particularly among Eastern women, who solely depend on others- maybe their husbands or fathers to support them. When such a source would unexpectedly leave them, inevitably perhaps via an accident or death, these women are simply bewildered and helpless. So my focus is on such individuals who intentionally or not, don't depend on themselves, despite having the potential to do so. Quite often, its the traditions and culture that enforce them to develop such a mindset. However, their right to a sound education which would be a solid foundation to a secure career is an oxygen they would have to fight for.

June 5, 2009 at 9:44 PM

Very interesting...I would love to join you in helping people that have fallen into this situation...with the dream to help one billion people become successful...I'd be honored to help you help people! Sweet! Please get to know me better..I'm working with 2 dudes that made $4 million last year...I want to help so many..........where did you come from? God or?
Tony

June 9, 2009 at 12:01 AM

Hey Tony,
I emanated right here. Embedded in the sea of the so-called "global village" pickle. Despite the variation in the economy, I believe every society pretty much suffers similar complications, camouflaged in different icings. The best we can do is unfold and voice concealed issued on behalf of the less fortunate. There are many individuals out there suffering in silence. Either, muted by traditions or their culture. everyone deserves a well sustained life; Trying will never hurt.

June 9, 2009 at 12:26 AM

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