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Pledging for a good cause and my future?

Well, after finding out about Japan's disaster. I decided to do something for a good cause.

I wish I could donate but I don't have enough money. So if you have some cash to spare, I hope you can donate it to Japan. They really need our help.

We're all humans and we should help each other out if anything happens.

So I decided to sign a UN Girl up campaign pledge. I mean, I'm a girl and they are helping girls out. So it's a good thing and if you wanna sign the pledge, you can sign it here

Not only that, I also decided to be an organ donor (when I die, of course). So I signed the pledge to be an organ donor. And I choose to donate every organ that can be donated when I die.

I know it sounds gross to donate your eye or skin when you die but hey, if I can help someone with that, why the heck not??

If my organs can save someone, it's better off that way compared to being changed into fertilizer in me. So yea.

Plus being an organ donor when you die won't hurt because you'll be already dead and dead people don't need organs.
And yea, I'll be getting my organ donor card soon.

Anyway, I've been watching criminal minds and I'm sorted addicted to it! I really love this show!

And then, bam, a thought entered my mind. I would like to actually be a FBI Psychologist who catches serial killers or a job that does something like what criminal minds does.


Because it's quite a fun job~! Well, it looks like it anyway. And so, I told my parents this and my dad didn't like it one bit.


Well, it's a tough job. You need to be passionate and it pays quite badly. It also takes up ALOT of your time. You will see death and horrible murders every single day.

My dad is worried that I might not be able to handle that. But I think I should be alright. After all, I understand that people will die....sooner or later and murders are just people dying at a wrong time, horribly by someone who has no right to kill someone.

But then again, my dad could be right. That's not all the job gives.

I might be traumatized or get too emotional attached to the cases.

I could also be hunted down by serial killers or my family could be hunted down too.

I could be taken hostage.

I could be troubled by past cases.

I will have many unsolved cases and how will that make me feel?

I could be hurt during missions or after.

I might lose my social life.

Can my soul see so much horror and survive it?

I might have to hold a gun and shoot.

Right now, my answer is that I'll be fine. But will I actually be fine? Who knows?

I guess, I still need to keep thinking. But seriously, I would love this job.
It's not everyone's dream job but I love it~!

But looks like I'll have to keep thinking because I might change my mind and be a therapist or a life coach. Or maybe, I'll be a business person.

Damn, I want to study too many things and be too many things.

Currently, I am very interested in psychology but I still like business/finance and broadcasting. Business/finance and broadcasting may be at the back of my mind now but I haven't forgotten them!!


Happy "Sam" said…
Sad to hear that .... japan.
God bless them !!!

I also want be organ organ donor because die already ... no use de.
Better help other people !!

We are lucky can walk , run, see and do many things !!
Thank GOD !!

Wow !!
Nice jobs !!
But I scare ~~
hehe !!

YOu can do it ya !!
Choose one of the jobs you like then study hard !!
Many .. then don't know choose which one ya !!!
Go go go !!
Rushi said…
Hah~ I'm gad you liked criminal minds too. I've been watching it for years now since the first season. XD

Btw how do you sign up to be an organ donor?

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