We Don’t Have to be Strangers (Even If We Don’t Work Together)
“If we don’t end up working together, we can still be friends” is a refrain that is so obvious but something I’ve felt compelled to include in conversations lately.
Maybe it’s the new age thinking of feeling that one needs to either accept or reject something, swipe left or right to say no or yes, click like or disregard as you scroll past, that compels folks today to be so binary in the way they view relationships.
In fact, we can be adversarial and still cordial.
Look at Messi and Ronaldo, they’re not scything each other down on the pitch or at awards galas.
Hillary Clinton ended up working for Obama and is now on the presidential ticket.
Life is not black or white, and I would much rather not have these awkward countenances that people have become so comfortable with these days.