Unemployment and Uncluttering

Unemployment brings me a kind of peace I’ve never felt before. For almost one month now, I resigned from my first employer. Honestly, that move was a big risk for me. That very time, I was worried about my future and worried of unemployment. However, those feelings vanished at the very day I woke up and realized that I can spend more time alone with my books and with God.

The truth was I am not proud of what I have become in 2 years of staying in that company. It was not their fault, I know. It was the choices I made that I was not proud of. Instead of standing up from corrupting thoughts, I gave in. Instead of uncluttering myself from unwholesome talks, I sometimes was the first to open my mouth. I SHOULD MAKE THE CHOICE and I have chosen to leave because I choose to unclutter my life with all the negativities that is bringing me to lose myself.

Now, I am at peace and with joy. Finally, I left those negatives in my past. I am becoming more and more what I wanted myself to be.

Through this whole experience, I learned many things in which I have to stand firm with what I believe in. And what I believed in is this:

“Let us fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith, who for the joy set before him endured the cross, scorning its shame and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God. Consider him who endured such opposition from sinful men, so that you will not grow weary and lose heart.” ~Hebrews 13:2-3

Remember: It is easier to conform and be one of the clutters of this world. But is more worthwhile to set our minds and heart to what matters and be the game-changer.

If the clutters of your mind, heart and action are stopping you from advancing, learn to deliberate and throw it all. It is never too late.

What are the clutters of your life?

One more thing, I think I should seriously start looking for a job, my savings are going thin and I am starting to love the aloneness (which is truly bad).

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