I must admit that it also took me by surprise that so many wanted to leave. But one wonders how much truth there is to this opinion piece by Nick Cohen of the Guardian. And with Trump having a shot at the Presidency, can good sense can still prevail in this day and age?
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These words first struck me a while back and it was, I believe, from a Richard Branson quote. I was reminded of it again when circumstances led me to contemplate leaving my other partners and starting out on my own.
It was not an easy decision to make for sure as I know we are not in the rosiest of economy at the moment. Perhaps the safest of choice would have been simply not to step out of my comfort zone. But yet, in an extraordinary bit of serendipity, I've met people from all walks of life during this period, who have done this scary business of jumping. Some have thrived, some are still finding their foot, but in all of them, there wasn't a single tinge of regret. So naturally, when they knew of my situation, they couldn't have been more encouraging and supportive.
The coincidence of it all, how one thing just leads to another, it almost seems like the universe was sending a message to me. And I'd be an utter fool to ignore.