If you think about the essential reason why you work for living, that would all depend on "to undertake it when somebody needs help" . There are people who needs help, so you do it for them and you get paid, super simple. Consequently, an attitude like "self-search" or "the job which suits me" … Continue reading Meaning Of Working
I remember when I was still a student, I had a AM/FM cass(AM/FM radio and cassette player) that I shared with my family. I was listening to my favorite music I recorded by myself while studying. My mom told me "You can't even focus on studying while listening to music". At that time I … Continue reading How To Work/Study Much Better With BGM
The fear of of not working is very important and people associate not working with unemployment not leisure. The economist's talk about leisure but in fact most people's experience if you don't have a job it's because no one wants to employ you and you're losing your income. You are not losing your income … Continue reading Liberating? Or Demoralizing?
I woke up not too late and had breakfast. Came upstairs and vacuumed my room then wiped up every inch. There is not a single dust left in my room. By the way, today is my first day after resigning my job. I mean it's my … Continue reading On The Next Step
Every morning, I walk to the station in fresh and cold air. Sunrise is as always beautiful. I actually arrive at the station early. Because there is a specific reason for it... I think there is no need for explanation lol Well yes, I prefer to take the train which stops every … Continue reading Minimalism – on The Train
Every morning, we have a morning assembly and one of us stand in front and talk to all for a bit. Today it was my turn for the first time since I join this company. I was actually forgetting that it was my turn.I talked about how I'm feeling about my job so far, that … Continue reading At a Morning Assembly
As a characteristic of the Japanese, there is a image of "clean heart" such as caring, courtesy is right, but sometimes they give different impressions. Japanese people actually viewed from overseas have a negative image such as self-expression being passive, being too concerned about eye-catching, humility being rather self-destructive. Where is the nature of such … Continue reading Which is Virtue? “Culture of shame” Rooted in Japanese and “Culture of Sin” in Other Countries.