Not everything needs a response and not everything needs to be "correct." Sometimes, just accepting things as they are and moving the hell on is the best option. This is also true, maybe even more so, when it comes to personal relationships.
Without a doubt, there is always something to learn. To me, it seems that as much as I believe I know, there is a persistent need to learn something new. Circumstances change, paradigms shift, and I have the foolish desire to become well versed in something, to a degree where there is nothing else that … Continue reading Scummy Business and Greedy Wannabe Patricians
"You know, Justin," the Chilean began during one of our regularly scheduled calls for a one-on-one meeting. "You are only competent at your job and I just don't know where this behavior of yours is coming from and why you are being insubordinate." "I'm sorry, what?" was all I could say as I was perplexed, … Continue reading Thanks a Heap, Pinochet.
While translating a clinical survey the other day (on the subject of schizophrenic hallucinations and delusions) and I learned that, evidently, in the German language the devil would sit inside a person, at least, grammatically. The word for "possession" in this sense is Besessenheit - and the verb is besessen, which is also a form of … Continue reading The Devil Inside And The Devil Who Holds
For the most part, I failed at being a corporate employee. There was no overwhelming success for me, no raises in 10 years, and I found myself relegated to a specific identity by many of the middle management viceroys whose heads and hearts are swelled with the bit of power they have been delegated.