Afraid of Commitment
Sometimes, I hear fellow associates complain about how they don’t get enough work, how they’re not billing enough, etc. Yet, it’s these same people that never volunteer to do anything. I’m sure, if individually asked, each would say “Yes”, “Sure”, or “You got it, Bill”, because we all know that the answer to whether you have time to do an assignment should always be in the affirmative. However, when the same question is posed to the group (i.e., associates as a whole), the gripers never raise their hand up.
Hello? It’s the single, easiest way to not only get work, but to prove to the people that matter that you’re serious about your job at the firm and willing to put in the work when and wherever it needs to be done. And you don’t have to compromise the ever-elusive “work-life balance” either.
You just have to commit. You know, “go steady” as they used to say on Saved by the Bell. Otherwise, you have nothing to complain about when the firm tells you it wants to start seeing other people.
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Why is it so hard for people to understand that it’s not what YOU think, but it’s what Allah commanded and what the Prophet (SAW) said.
So stop saying, ‘I think so and so’ because honestly, what you think DOESN’T MATTER. If Allah already said what is permissible and what is not, then there should be no man’s opinion in that matter. Apparently, this is too difficult for people to comprehend.
I feel like we’re changing Islam to better fit our wants. May Allah (SWT) guide us all to the straight path.