Yor Ryeter

[1: 1,850 of 10,000] Dear Loyalty

In Letter on January 6, 2017 at 11:35 PM


Dear Loyalty,

Our company laid off quite a handful of people, and I could sense that when business is not doing well, some company leaders agreed that it is a normal business decision to restructure.

At 36, I could see the reason behind married people calling it quit even if they’ve started with love and that it seemed to last forever. Just like in a company, you don’t expect to be working at the same company for the rest of your life. One, there’s retirement as they call it. Two, there’s a greener pasture on the other field.

Yet, there is that one word, you… ‘loyalty’. What can you say about all these circumstances? Where they part of life that need to happened; and we find you in some part. Or your essence exist because you do spring hope of endurance at least for some time?

Have I met you? Will I experience you forever? I know I did, and if there’s one strong and consistent reason that I should exercise you at all times, it is when I am loyal to myself, above all else. To be loyal to live my life. That’s wonderful, and that is indeed enough.

Nice to meet you.


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