This post was written at a hotel bar.

I’m also consuming alcohol.

I think it’s a personal obligation to align with indiviuals who share the same level of integrity, honor, and equal or greater ability to contribute to personal fulfillment. The idea is quality over quantity, and enlightenment before ego, to foster growth – personal or professional.

Cutting out social fat, albiet a crude description, could benefit a lot of folks. If you spend time with someone who isn’t contributing to your overall growth as a person, that relationship ought to be reconsidered.

This should be no different with romantic relationships, but it seems emotional ambiguity throws reasoning out the window.

Really. I’m fine, but I’ll have another Rusty Nail before bed.

I did discover the benefits of SF’s MUNI (public transportation). I also have a room with a satisfactory view. I’m also not paying for it. All good things.

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5 Comments on “This post was written at a hotel bar.”

  1. February 7, 2013 at 5:10 am #

    >>>>>
    I think it’s a personal obligation to align with indiviuals who share the same level of integrity, honor, and equal or greater ability to contribute to personal fulfillment. The idea is quality over quantity, and enlightenment before ego, to foster growth – personal or professional.
    <<<<<

    This.

    That said, we must be careful to not insulate ourselves with only like-minded individuals and groups, else we close ourselves off to the world. It's good to hear opposing viewpoints and opinions on the world. But I do not think that is orthogonal to what you wrote. I have some people in my life with whom I rarely agree, but appreciate and am thankful for having them because of their integrity, honor, and contributions. Then there are people that are supposedly "on my side" but are such negative, scummy, difficult people that I just can't have them in my life.

    But what you really mean is… keep your Facebook friends list as one of quality, not quantity. 😉

    • February 7, 2013 at 9:43 pm #

      Agreed. Growth implies resistance, or being challenged.

  2. February 7, 2013 at 12:38 pm #

    I cho cho choose you!

    • February 7, 2013 at 9:42 pm #

      That’s adorable.

  3. February 13, 2013 at 9:56 am #

    Merry Valentines Day Derek

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