About Me

I retired from my job after twenty five years working as an auditor. The best decision I made for myself. Oh well,  I’m lying, partially, it wasn’t a decision, circumstances prodded me into it. When I graduated from college, I was disillusioned to presume that happiness is pursuing my field of study and getting promoted in my job as a sign of success. It was, for a while. Accompanied by perks and privileges, I enjoyed my life. Back then.

Short-lived happiness. Despite lifes’ vissicitudes I still owe it to myself to seek that which satisfies me. A longing that I never understood or identified what or how. It was a seeking for the unknown deep down inside of me. I never gave up.

It took me a long search whatever I found satisfies me and this is not the end. It’s only the tip of the iceberg.

Today I’m a blogger, writer and  public speaker. I blog about memoirs, spiritual journeys and enlightenment. Aside from the articles published online  in WordPress I also publish articles in meet ups, Flushing Toastmasters club. I write about my club activities and tips and advises on public speaking.

Writing is all the excitement of living, it gave me depth and meaning. I’m in a hollowed ground.


6 thoughts on “About Me

  1. i thoroughly enjoyed your word choices in this piece. and the way you string the seemingly different ideas together. from the ocean to swimming to a pool and then to games – brilliant. and to end with the grilling reference of meat marinating, it may be fall and a bit chilly where i live, but this piece just gave me a glimpse of summer. should you be digging in art’s hallowed ground for inspiration, you are well on yourway.
    thank you for sharing.

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