It's a struggle for me to get up for work this morning.
I had slept early, woke up about 3am, and went back to sleep about 6am.
It's not just my disorderly sleeping habit during this Ramadhan month which made me find it hard to go to work.
The situation at my work place is actually the main reason that makes me feel like not to be there.
It's suffocating as there are too many conniving people in the office.
I'm not the type who enjoys petty office politics, so, most of the time I just let these people be and mind my own business at my own little corner.
Some are extremely irritating though, especially the bodek king and back stabber varieties.
Sometimes I wonder how do these people live their lives with that sorts of mentality programmed in their brain.
Aren't they tired of being themselves? How about their spouse and children? Aren't they sick and tired of living with such a person?
There had been a few attempts by these sorts of people in my office to get at me. I mostly just ignored them as I don't really care what they or even my bosses think of me.
I just want to do my job and as long as the company pays my salary, I'm fine with it. The rest doesn't really matter to me.
It's good that I'm not the ambitious type. So, even if the bosses were suckered by those bastards and decided not to promote me or give me career improvement assignments, I will still be okay.
Just jangan potong gaji aku sudah lah.
Whatever it is, I rather let my works do the talking. If the bosses are smart enough to appreciate it, then I believe that it doesn't matter what ever those stupid donkeys tried to do to me.
I think the same should be applied by politicians who sincerely want to do good for the country.
Just do a good job, live by good principals and keep the conscience clear.
What's the point of debasing oneself for position and power while people spit at our loathsome kiss-ass conducts.
We should bear in mind that at the end of the day, we will be judged by the way we live our life and not by how much worldly gains we accumulate nor our position in life.