"Throughout this road that I started to walk upon, I took my time trying to understand a new craft, however unlikely, and however far-fetched it seemed. I’ve had many doubts, many inner demons, but most of all, I sank into my deepest frustrations and delved into what seemed like an impossible misery, that I didn’t think I’d be able to feel. Time passes by, scars heal and temporal insanity mends, and I find myself sitting behind a glass window, revealing a scenery of snow covered pavements, busy cars, and the passing by of strangers alike, with faces filled with content and bliss. I realized how phenomenal it was, that for the first time, I’ve finally seen snow gently falling down from the skies and into the dusts and rocks, roofs and chimney, everything it can land on. Then there it was, pure white concealing the brownness of what once was. In that moment, I cracked a tiny, but noticeable smile to myself, it seemed like it was just yesterday when I was still a kid, wondering what it was like, to see snow for the first time, to be able to breath in just to breath out the visible frosted air.
The point of this whole thing? Well, I realize then that the package doesn’t only come with stress and deprivation. The experience I gained working here, the social skills, the increasing amount of money, and the conceptual views of different clients I’ve worked on. Their insights and whatnot. All that, I have gained, but there is one thing as well that never left my mind since the day I left. That was the appreciation of having the people in my life. As days go by, I grow little by little, more fond of the people I have not seen for months now…”
Just a bit more and finally…. Home….
Haha… I wonder why I feel so pathetic reading through this..
Oh well, moving on I guess.