There’s always a light at the end of a tunnel

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    I am not sure why I am posting this. Oh wait, yes I do because I read the tiny love challenges book. My task today was to think of one person that I judge regularly and identify something I’ve learned from them. I have a coworker that for some reason I think  about a lot. I don’t mean to it’s just words that flyby in my mind. We have weird things in common, however we are also pretty opposite and i always felt she was very negative. A lot of changes happened in the company within the past year that made us less close. We also used to sit next to each other but now our seats are farther apart per the new set up. I get random thoughts in my head of annoying things she does or says sometimes and how I don’t like it. I don’t know why this happens often and why it happens even away from work.  However I have learned from her that it’s good to stay positive and remember there is light at the end of the tunnel. She goes through a lot at work bottom line and I do have respect for her with how hard she works, how dedicated she is, and how good she is at what she does. That’s what I’ve learned from her.


    Dear Jlina:

    I think it is a good exercise and that you did well on this tiny buddha love challenge. It is a good practice to see the bigger picture, that is to see your co worker beyond what annoys you about her. Thank you for sharing your experience.



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