Bidding adieu to my first job at MRO-TEK turned out to be harder than I had imagined it to be; I hadn’t imagined it to be hard at all. Nonetheless, the day took me aback, and it turned out to be an emotional and deeply touching farewell.
In my farewell mail, I called my job at MRO-TEK, which happens to be my first job to be equivalent to The First Love, and rightly so for, I already seem to have forgotten the few negativities and have started relishing upon all the positives encountered by me.
The affection my colleagues had shown through my tenure by itself was overhwelming, and today it was taken to new heights. Sweet chunks of advice, geneorus words of praise, lots of aspirations and a deep sense of nostalgia, all of it surfaced one after another, making the rendezvous heavier with every passing moment.
I haven’t discussed my job, or the nature of my work at MRO-TEK on my blog, and now that I am done with it, I still wouldn’t want to talk of it, for, as I see it now the love and affection I have earned amongst my peers speak louder than everything. And so be it!
Mine was a short tenure at MRO-TEK, just a few days less than an year and nine months. It has been quick, exciting and vibrant! The industrial exposure will enable me set the right path to my goals. While all the maturity I have assimilated, pondering for these many months in a different framework has certainly made me a better and sophisticated human being.
The quality of discussions with certain resonating colleagues, day in and day out will be missed deeply by me. So will also the lovely campus, with an earthly serenity attached to it be missed.
This current phase, when I am just drifting away from a bondage into newer realms renders me exhilirated, while soaked in nostalgia. And I am relishing it.
In the end, what I take back from my first job is a new me, who has matured enough to work in aligning myself closer to the utopian me.
Riding on the experience of yesterday, backed by all the courage of today, I am excited about facing the challenges posed by tomorrow!