A Friendship Breakup Isn’t a Bad Thing

From the friends you’ve had since you were a child to the friendships built in adulthood – the hard truth is that you may not always be friends. Some friendships fizzle, others have an abrupt end, while some last a lifetime. Wherever the pendulum swings, you have to be okay with it and move on.

If you commit to something, follow through!

Following through on your commitments and promises adds character to your reputation. It tells the world that you get shit done. It tells the world that you are reliable and dependable. It means that your business dealings will have a greater chance of flourishing. It means that you’re serious about keeping your word. It means that you will hold yourself and other persons accountable.

Build on your friendships and help to build yourself

Though we live in a digital world where social media is king – it’s quite refreshing to catch up in person. Share a meal and learn more about people. The digital interface is nice and all – but, it takes away from an in person laugh, a hug, eye contact, buffering because of crappy internet. It’s live and living colour. And! Most things are better when life and colour are involved.

Love letter #47 | “Bad lucked”

We invest in the lives of others and we welcome them into ours – so much so that the relationship doesn’t blossom with symbiosis (which is often evenly yoked.)
You’ll find that you’re pouring continuously from your cup without refill and then realise (when it’s too late) that you’re on E.
We become blinded by people’s and/or a relationship’s potential and what they could be or should be so we stay with that idea of the person or the relationship.