OFW Opinion 

Description of a Dream Job

When we were young children, when asked by our teachers what we want to be when we grow up, the usual answers came – doctor, nurse, teacher, policeman. Why? Maybe because these were the usual people we saw during childhood.

A dream job depends on how you interpret its meaning. (shutterstock photo)
A dream job depends on how you interpret its meaning. (shutterstock photo)

But as we grew older, achieved education, met different kinds of people and eventually, broaden our scope about life – our definition of dream job changes and deepens. For others, a dream job is something that makes them look good and respectable. Others consider a dream job to be something that gives a fat pay check every month despite and in spite of all the challenges.

Others consider a dream job to be something that makes them whole and productive no matter how simple their work may be. While others believe in a dream job  which sustains their daily needs, pays the bills every month and sends their child to school among other necessities.

What may work for you may not work for the person next to you. “To each his own” – as one popular saying goes and also “To live and let live”. The most important of all is that we work hard to achieve our goals in life, to seek happiness and truth, to care for our families and loved ones.

Kabayan in Kuwait believes in the resiliency of every Filipino (Kabayan) more than enough to pursue his own dreams and share his blessings with others.

 

 

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