when things are vague

@Zelmarq (11503)
Cebu City, Philippines
November 22, 2010 5:57pm CST
Sad but true, most of the working population (I am so guilty to be part of that population) spend more time in the office than spending more time at home,meaning, we spend more time with our officemates and sometimes or more often than not things go vague and it seems they are beyond comprehension. MAybe, im just being paranoid about it and I know for many reasons I have myself as my own villain, paranoia ( A psychotic disorder characterized by delusions of persecution with or without grandeur, often strenuously defended with apparent logic and reason), I know Im just exaggerating but maybe thats just the word to describe im feeling, hehehehe, dont get my wrong but its just a jargon I over used when I was i college and maybe I have not overgrown the use such psychology terms. Vague, things go vague and im the type of person who hate vague things and vague emotions of peple. Hmmmm, I try to understand them but I can only whisper a prayer for them and lots whispered prayers for me to survive a whole day of battle of emotions. I dont know if Im getting old faster than I think or maybe I think too much or maybe im minding other people that much and I have allowed them to intrude my own territory of emotions. I just have to let go and let God. All I can do is to focus and really do the best of what im doing and leave people their own lives. But the reality is that somehow they affect the way we think the way we behave and to some point the way we feel. But, anyways, I have decided that tomorrow is another day and I have to focus on God, fix my eyes on Jesus. "And whatever you do, do it heartily, as to the Lord and not to men, 24 knowing that from the Lord you will receive the reward of the inheritance; for you serve the Lord Christ." Colossians 3:23-24 (NKJV)
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@whyaskq (7532)
• Singapore
23 Nov 10
I happen to be one who spend more time out of home. I did ever contemplate if I am doing the right thing. However, I am quite sure if I am home, I would be glued to the tv box.. so will I be better off at home or in office? I guess I prefer to be in office - at least I am still contributing to mankind by providing my service. It is not doing vague things - at least in my opinion, i think so.
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