domingo, 13 de dezembro de 2009
Yakisoba, Buddhism and business administration
First of all I would like to apologize for the delay in writing something that I consider important in my life.
This time I blame the change in my professional activity.
I grew up in the midst of great managers, like my father and my sister.
And somehow I was influenced to see life as a company and as learning problems.
In the midst of many management books and oriental philosophy found Buddhism very early, since all I have done is based on this wonderful learning.
And I found a parallel between Buddhism and management company, I learned to approach problems as a platform to get close to perfection.
Currently I am living a moment of commuting, I decided to become a master of oriental cuisine, and it did not have to get down as he had visualized.
He intended to work in a restaurant as a dishwasher and then have the opportunity to learn to cook.
Opportunities always arise for those who sees the problems as something positive and it can always get the best.
I thank life for having known Buddhism, for putting people of great value and battlers in my way.
People who teach me how to improve my character and debug my failures as a human being.
Personal soon be working in an oriental restaurant, not as a dish washer but as a cook.
Making it clear that the paragraph above I'm not putting down or taking any kind of prejudice to those who make a living by washing dishes or ensuring that the hygiene of others.
Well, like any profession, provided that it performed with excellence is worthy of anyone.
Thank you for reading until the last paragraph.
PS: The photo of the dish reveals my future specialty yakisoba.