A Message to All Graduates



My shameless selfie slash OOTD says, Hello! šŸ™‚ That was from yesterday’s Graduates’ Banquet at our church. Business professionals from a church and our head pastor doled out some life lessons, advices and thoughts to ponder for us to be roused to work hard as we enter the corporate world. Free meals and ESV bible were given out as well. (My favorite food choices among the food catering were included here.)












(c) Jurry Flores & Cathedral of Praise šŸ™‚

As I set off to attend the disclosed event, I made sure that I would not depart without attaining new knowledge and heap various thoughts to ponder in order for me to be primed with transitioning from a student to a professional as I cross the threshold of the corporate world.

One thing we are to be acquainted with is that every foundation in our lives are all on the process of change. We are given the free will to decide for ourselves. Therefore, we are to choose the path we will take wisely. Facts are no longer relevant. Wisdom is.

We are ought to fathom that everything’s gonna change. Except for God. He will never ever change. And we are thought that we have to learn how to play into our strength. The harder we work, the more God will bless us. After all, as what it is avowed in Proverbs 14:23, all hard work brings profit but mere talk leads only to poverty.

We should always come early, go home late and converge ourselves with working hard. It was said that when you have reputation of being a hard worker, many companies will go after you. And we have to show off on time always.

What do you prefer? Slow or quick success? If we covet the quick one, we are to examine our steps and take the steps that are firm. (Proverbs 4:26). We are to find a job that we know we would enjoy carrying out. For if you hate your job, what’s the purpose of doing so then? If you screw up, never hesitate to apologize. For it shows that you’re growing and learning. We shouldn’t let ourselves commit the same mistakes again and again. And that applies in every facet of our lives.


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