Do you walk around with a nagging suspicion that you’ve lost something? You don’t know what’s missing but you’re convinced if you find it you’ll feel better. Newsflash, you haven’t lost anything. You’ve left something […]
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,”– George Santayana (1905) Reason in Common Sense, p. 284, volume 1 of The Life of Reason
Laura was living the life of her dreams. She’d just signed an employment contract with one of the most prestigious legal consultancy firms in U.S. She’d settled all her debts and her credit rating was soaring by the minute. Laura signed a new lease for a condominium that overlooked New York City’s Central Park. Life couldn’t be more perfect;
“except guys from my past are calling and emailing me,” Laura told me.
She said it wouldn’t have been so weird, if she had spoken to these men recently. But she hadn’t. Laura said the last time she heard from any of them was right before she graduated law school 2 years prior.