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Should

I am one of those who advocate not to leave out the verb "should". When I hear that nothing should, I roll my eyes, at the risk of staying that way. You don't have to learn languages, why understand what others say? You don't have to go to work, you can beg, live off...

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This Too Shall Pass

This Too Shall Pass

"This too shall pass," I used to say to myself every morning almost ten years ago. I was having a hard time both personally and professionally. I felt that although I was trying hard, I was getting little results, I was only meeting people with integrity in doses too...

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Alone and With Everyone at the Same Time

Alone and With Everyone at the Same Time

-How are you, how is it? -I'm fine, thank you; just walking around, enjoying these days here. I went to Athens for my birthday. I stayed for three days, it was, as usual, on the fast track, but that's it. That was my choice, the important thing was to be somewhere...

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To Do List or Not To Do List

To Do List or Not To Do List

”I don't know about others, but I've kept up this habit of making my New Year's bucket list for several years now. Lists of small or big goals have helped me along the way. That's how I focused, for example, on doing driver's school. I put my goal on the list, went to...

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Do You Consider Yourself a Victim?

Do You Consider Yourself a Victim?

I was in a pretty bad car accident several years ago. I had stopped at a traffic light and was waiting for the light to turn green. A car bigger than mine came speeding up and threw me from the third lane onto the first, near the sidewalk. I was lucky there was no...

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The Sneeze

The Sneeze

At the hypermarket, I had bought ten bottles of mineral water, a particular one that I can only find there. The cashier sneezes, doesn't put her hand to her mouth, but sneezes into her arm, just like the various authorities advised us to do in the pandemic, on TV. The...

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