Tag Archives: friendship

To let go or not

I miss my friend, my ex-friend. Seldom have I taken a stern attitude in a relationship to cut off someone but I did. It was inevitable and propelled by my personal crisis. Yann Matel said it best in “Life of … Continue reading

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The Terrible Privacy of Maxwell Sim – our modern day Candide

It is a terrible thing when one’s privacy is open to ridicule. Indeed a terrible thing when your deepest fears and insecurities are the basis of someone’s chitchat and discussion. So here we go, with Mr. Maxwell Sim, who in … Continue reading

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To profile or not to profile

In my job, I profile people, for various reasons. Mostly, I read people to help them find the best ways to learn or to work in groups. I’m crap at many things but at reading people, I’m great. Mostly it’s … Continue reading

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To friend or not to friend

As the cosmic would have it, I bet and lost. The loss threw me into a black hole and all the strength I boast I had came back and slap me into a vegetable state. It’s pathetic. It called me … Continue reading

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To stay or not to stay

For many months now, my email exchange with a friend follows the same pattern. 1 respond to every 3 emails I sent. A repeated cycle of the following content: Me: Hey, how are you? How’s it going with your (work, … Continue reading

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