Category Archives: Friendship

Light At the End of the Tunnel.

I think I’m getting there, finally. After months of uncertainty and doubt and worries and frustration, I am now finally seeing the path before me. I never expected that the road to a new life would be this tough to … Continue reading

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The Best Thing We Can Hope for Is A Peaceful Cup of Tea.

I drove past a traffic light today, and I saw an old lady, standing there. She had a cane. And even though my parents are in that same age range, and incredibly active, I thought to myself: “What does that … Continue reading

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The Nightmare.

It came true. America did it. This past week, I have been losing sleep over this. I am scared. What is going on? I hope people all around the world will finally realize and wake up to the fact that … Continue reading

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Improv Theatre & Unrequited Love.

Overall, life is remarkably good. I am developing my new little business, slowly but surely. I am seeing a lot of friends, discovering old ones, finding new ones. I am healthy (despite some minor troubles, which doctors tell me are … Continue reading

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Slowly Going Back to Normal.

I feel like the days of psychological upheaval are coming to a close. It’s not that the world is in better shape, or that somehow the problems are being solved. But I think I have made progress, sorting my things … Continue reading

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Disarray.

As I returned from my trip, I sent Nana a first message — breaking the silence — from the airport, as I was about to board the plane back. We agreed to have dinner together. When I arrived home, she … Continue reading

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Torn.

I know that I have to leave the company. I really do. I no longer identify with what we’re doing. And at the same time, I feel that the place is slowly losing its direction, and its meaning and purpose. … Continue reading

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