The Next Big Test

7ACA7802-0114-4724-93DF-E59F23B34E32The Infinite works in many miraculous ways. This past week was my big test.  I learned from reading an investigative report that many in upper management knew about a high-level manager at my work who sexually harassed four women over the course of 20 years.

The husband of the most recent victim showed up at the worksite threatening this high-level manager about sleeping with his wife. Many in upper management took action to circle the wagons, and failed to inform me as I have authority to investigate sexual harassment incident at my workplace.

Ultimately, these incidents were reported by an anonymous whistleblower, and finally investigated.  Even in the face of evidence of gross negligence and deliberate indifference by upper management, only a warning letter was issued to one of the lower-level wrongdoers.

Initially, I was very disturbed and upset about their failure to report these illegal sexual harassment to my office. However, upon further reflection, I realize I served as a catalyst to expose illegal sexual harassment as this dramatic confrontation occurred within the first six months of my starting this job.

At my job, I can feel the energy of those with whom I interact. I can feel their fears and that they are hiding something. Unfortunately, I don’t always know exactly what they’re hiding.  My ability to discern dishonesty has helped me navigate this hazardous landscape.

I have come to realize that the biggest test with which I have been confronted is my need to transcend my ego to see beyond my own hurt in order to help others.   Since I serve as a catalyst for change, it is not unexpected that my work is the subject of this fiasco.

My  purpose as told to me by the Infinite is to expose the hurt and help heal this place.   The test now is how do I go about this healing process, and become the conscience of this institution? Now, I face the biggest challenge  before me. (Copyright  2019 awakening journey with all rights reserved)

Author: Brooke Chang

Hi, I'm Brooke who will be taking you on a healing journey to a more joyful life. I will serve as your guide on this healing journey sharing my insights, knowledge and experiences. I hope you will join me!

One thought on “The Next Big Test”

  1. I am 50 and looking back into my work life yes i agree, however, perhaps not so only because it was common practice to turn a blind eye if one got a friendly slap on the butox.

    You are not referring to that are you?

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