Shocking news is, “Statistics say around 95% of young adult aged 20-35 do not have a dream in life!”
So peeps, raise up your hand if you can tell me what is you dream ????
It has been in our culture, where starting at the age of 7, our parents will tell us to ‘study hard’ so that we can get a ‘stable job’. Yes, we’ve been sent to school, so that we can earn our Bachelor Degree and get a ‘stable job’ at the ‘big company’. That kind of thought has been instilled from our great great great grandfather’s generation up until now.
I’ve studied hard all years of my life. I spent three quarters of my living as a person ‘studying hard’ so that I could get good results. Don’t get me wrong, I’m very grateful for whatever that has been given to me by God. I won’t achieved what I had if it’s not because of His will. I’m very very thankful for that.
I learned how to read at the age of 4, I passed the UPTS when I was in Primary 3, I got 5A’s for my UPSR, 8A’s for my PMR and straight A’s for my SPM. Did my International Baccalaureate right after high school and finished my Bachelor Degree in Applied Geology just last year.
It has been set in my mind to ‘study hard’. I’ve been programmed to do so since I was a toddler.
So, now what? Get a good stable job at a big stable company??