Helsinki, Southern Finland, Finland
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
For how long? I think you've been working longer than that for this person! I just thought how well you understand her and realized that maybe you're not working just as arms and legs for her, or said in another way, she's not just hiring your arms and legs but also your brain. Surely she gets fed up of all this, too. Anyway, I think you've spoiled her for good and there's no way of changing things now. Just hope she finds somebody near as good as you to help her after you quit the job, which I deem nearly impossible. I mean, finding another person to help her just the way she wants...
Not every bird sings...but most of them fly You've done great about the chronicle title; i wouldn't drag myself much further than its context: seems there was (or is, as of the way you bear for) a very thin line between work...and a miracle, such a one that would barely lead you to replace your 'hirer' on the most basic daily deeds. Even if not settled (to oneself) as it should have, there has to be a major difference between someone who WORKS his ass off, and someone who furthermore engages on trying to return physical freedom to someone other than a deeply beloved one (regardless of odds for success on attempting). For within the 2nd, danger for loosing your own wings (freedom) has to be taken seriously, and as likewise (most of) the birds, flying was always among man's cry for freedom.
Welcome Back to Active TravelPodding! I'll try to keep up with!
SpGz (aka Miguel Rato, Lisboa)
food for thought hi henrique...
fear is a terrible thing which imprisons us on a daily basis. reading you opens my eyes.
and again, thank you for sharing. as usual, you´re very thoughtful in your words, and i´m always taking something from them. please continue being YOURSELF. always.