2015 was quite a year, and I am thankful for it.
I met some great people back then. I trained some of the most determined and diligent individuals I’ve ever met. I had the chance to get a short internship. I met some of Indonesia’s most important person—including a few meters away from the President.
Moreover, I earned what may well be my last gold medal in a choir competition, which I felt very proud in taking part of. I visited new places, new cities, all across Indonesia. It was not the year of me going abroad—but that was totally fine with me.
I met beautiful people—with their warmth and hospitality. I met some who had none, and that was fine with me also.
I spent my time with those that I love and I care the most, and I am thankful for that.
And probably more significantly, I got my first full time job, in a management development program, at a branch of one of the world’s most prestigious financial institutions, and I met these wonderful people, eight of them to be exact, to make a great team of nine.
This year, I have some goals, some ambitions that I really want to achieve. Moreover, many of those include me learning new things, those that I have never learned or known before. And with that, I will use this blog as a learning journal also, so that you, if you are interested, will be able to follow through and learn together with me.
All in all, it was awesome. I moved along from 2015 with all its greatness and lowliness. Little regret, but as Frank Sinatra said, “too little to mention.” I bid farewell to a great year, and I enter 2016, the year of great deliverance, with thanksgiving.