Time to stop running?

Rarely in my life have I felt content with what I have. Over the years it was running after a better job, better pay, a better home, more self esteem… I finally feel I am at a point in life where I can stop and take a minute to absorb what I have. When I do stop and look, I have this feeling of content and satiation that is hard to describe. I feel I have achieved in some sense what it takes to be happy.

For years I kept my resume ready and updated to be sent at a moment’s notice. No job was good enough no pay good enough. I was always on the lookout for the next best thing. For probably the first time in my life when recruiters call, I surprise myself by saying that I am not interested or available. There is an enormous sense of relief and freedom uttering those words.

It is not that I have a perfect job or the pay I want but I am happy with what I have and in a sense that is all that is needed.

Laksh

Author. Parent.

One thought on “Time to stop running?

  1. Consider yourself lucky, being content and happy at what you do is the best state you could ask for. As for me, I am happy with my job and the pay it brings me, but I would be happier if I could do something I enjoy more than an IT job. It means starting all over again and at the moment I couldnt afford it.

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