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Dichotomy 

May 31, 2017

Being the one who always strive to carve your own path, yet jealously longing for the “things” owned by those who took the typical route.

Looking down your nose at those who find or create good fortune because they don’t work the way you do, yet expecting others to share in your celebrations.

I love you, but I don’t like you very much.

I hate you, but I can’t stop yearning to be around you.

We value families, but women shouldn’t have the right to decide if and when to have them.

 

We face a dichotomy in our daily choices.

Jealousy and motivation can be intertwined. Wouldn’t it be better if they weren’t?
Dichotomy is a topic I explore from time to time. Read more about it.

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