I was asked today,
Sandarbh or some other firm.
Which one would you rather work with once you leave?
I had no answer for that. In my four months in this amazing office, I have grown to love working with each and every person around. Contributing my way.
As my internship (and my college) is coming to an end, there are several questions going on in my head.
What will I do now?
Will I be one of those people who go on a “soul searching” journey to some mountainous trek?
I hope I am not bored.
At the same time, there are several things I want to do.
And if someone asks me Sandarbh or something else. I will probably just melt like chilled ice-cream on a hot sizzling pot, and say Sandarbh. I don’t even know how that was even a question. And as I keep preaching in most of my blogs. I love learning new things here, do what makes me extremely happy. And for once I know I can use my strengths and develop on them to achieve my dreams in life.
But I think I am becoming comfortable. And I don’t want to be comfortable so early in my carrier.
Sai, I wish I could work in Sandarbh as an architect. But as Robert Frost so beautifully put it,
The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.
And I personally think you would want me to do the same.