So my company told me that I had to leave immediately because I'll be joining the 'competitor'..
It wasn't anything hostile or anything, in fact, when my HOD told me that I had to leave, she cried... she said it was the company's policy and it was nothing against me...
I could pack my things but leave the manuals behind.
when she cried, I cried too.. we both cried.... she wished, I could stay.
My HOD, a single woman in her 50s was like my 'mother' at work..she was sadden and reminise that me, a young gal all of 20 years who joined the company with little knowledge of the working world, would now leave for a much bigger job arena after 7 years of service.
but like I told her , changes happen and sometimes when we least expect it...
I packed my stuff, 7 paper bags in total, called my daddy to pick me up.
Then i went around saying my goodbyes and as hard as I controll it, I cried.. as in tersedu-sedan kind of cry.... my colleagues who are now my ex's , hugged me, cried along with me and wish me well...They all told me to be strong.
My supervisor whom I respect, my lunch buddies, my system guys who helped me ever so often with my PC 'problems', my fatherly HOD too... they all wish me well and encouraged me to seek greener pastures in my life.
Im glad I told them the truth on where Im going and that helped me alot... The management, is paying me to stay at home for this month, and I will get the bonus which is due to be given out soon.
This is all a blessing. The signs.... too many that lead to why I should take this job. You see, when the intention or NIAT is right, then everything will fall into place.
Im going on a break before I start my new job.
the Royale Bintang will be my place of rest and relax .... till then oh bloggy blog, the phrase
''So, verily, with every difficulty, there is relief'' in surah Insyirah ( 94:5 ) really holds true as Allah (swt) has promised mankind in the Holy Quran.