Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Ozymandias [1]

The bureaucratic thing isn’t my passion at all. It was a wrong decision. Now I’m like out of my own world. I'm trying to get back to where I came from and grew with: Math, graphic, and numbers. Stock and market are my exit plan or even my way back to my nature. Ah, this is too technical. The point is, I plan not to retire as a government employee. I was kind of school child guy; I should remain in the place where I’m good enough. It was knowledge-based-world, not bureaucratic things for living.

But yes, this kind of job makes comfortable standard of life, and we just need to add some seasoning to make it delicious. And so far, I’m okay with this. We just need to make our own safety net.

You have a love of words, poetry, and a little of arts. I can say, I have a little joy in words too, but overly abundant to claim that I’m a bookworm. When I was in college, I wrote some articles in anthology books and in campus magazine, also I had some poetry for my own archive. Your know, learning accounting is suck, for the one who has ever learnt astrophysics in the “finest” level, ups. Therefore, I also started to learn Arabic. And, to be honest, this is it the starting point of my Arabic things imbecility. Not to mention that my father gave me name after his Arabic teacher Mabrur Abduh.

Regards,
-M-

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