In the end we will only regret the chances we didn’t take. – Author Unknown
Early this month, I took a leap of faith. I made a bold decision to quit my job that I had held for about 9 years. The decision came after my dad who was hospitalized for nearly three weeks due to meningitis, alhamdullilah, he is on his way to recovery but that would take a lot of time and effort. My mother, the strong woman she is, was beside my father every hour in the day, she took care of his needs and provide him with extra love and attention. You see, my father also suffers from diabetes type 2 and has a very weak heart. He needs support to move when he’s at home. Thinking that I do not want to burden my mother anymore with having to take care of my son, I made a decision to hand in my resignation letter. To tell you the truth, I don’t have a plan of what to do next. Frankly speaking, my plan is to do nothing. I don’t have a big saving accounts or a nice job waiting for me. I only followed my heart. I know for a fact that this is what any other daughter would do. I know for a fact that this would be what any other mother would do. In any circumstances, my family, my children, they come first. Now, what I really can tell you is that I love what I do and sooner or later something magnificent will come my way. It’s just a matter of time.