Written by Mond Ortiz
I do understand that you pray everyday that God will grand you your cabin crew dream one day. We pray for His blessings. Guess what, He will not make you a cabin crew in a snap of a finger. Instead of making you one, He will slowly develop you to become a flight attendant. He will not feed you with fish, instead, He will teach you how to catch fish instead.
Your first attempt to become a cabin crew whether it be a success or failure is already a blessing. Why? Because God simply opened you a pathway to turn your cabin crew dream into a reality. Is rejection a blessing? Yes! From rejection, you learn to be better and to improve yourself.
At the end of the day, your resolve to be a cabin crew has to be strong, as in very strong. Having a weak one will discourage you in times of rejections. In other words, look at every part of your journey to be a cabin crew not as roadblocks, but as "instructions" on how to be a better version of yourself.
At the same time, your journey to be a cabin crew is not just about becoming a flight attendant, perhaps your childhood dream. It is also about you, about becoming a better version of yourself as a whole, as a person. From the time you take your first interview to facing your first rejection to going for another chance to training and to finally earning your wings, you will be learning a lot throughout the process and this is where your journey becomes a blessing, an answered prayer.
So always remember that your journey to be a flight attendant by itself is already a blessing. Take care of it. Cherish it. Learn from it. Not all will be given this opportunity, so make the most of such blessing.
Good luck future cabin crew!