“I don’t know” is a phrase I tend to use very often as pointed out by some of my good friends. It has somehow been echoing with me recently and I assure you it’s not only when thinking about what to write in this blog but also when thinking about what I will be doing over the next couple of days, months and years… which only leads me to think that I am in this big state of “I don’t know” right now…  I do somehow find it interesting to be in the unknown only if for a while…

Well since I don’t know, I will write a bit about my experience so far. I have come to seek a new and different experience and in the process I am hoping to learn a lot about myself and where to go next. I have been in Washington DC for 19 days so far. It’s been a mix of everything; starting by the shock of living in a hostel to date and ending yesterday by getting a free coffee (to be more specific it was a great “Java Chip” with caramel) from a cute guy who works at Starbucks down K Street.

It’s also been a week of orientation and a week of leadership training and today is my third day at my host organization. It’s good to see and meet new people and to hear from them all… but yet again I don’t know… So far it has been “adventurous” and it’s good to be part of an adventure sometimes and while at it to embrace positivity as well. I just very often find myself wondering about this adventure and positivity relationship…well again I don’t know…

One of the sessions we had during orientation was delivered by Professor Gary Weaver and it was great. One thing that he said and that definitely did resonate with me was something about the fact that when you are away from home you then start to realize better who you are and how your culture has an effect on you and that enables you to get to know yourself better…  I shall be looking forward to that and oh yes of course one more time I don’t know…

Well the title is “I don’t know” and that is a warning in itself but if you are still reading to here then “I don’t know”…

🙂 🙂 🙂

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