Letters from Igniza

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Am I feeling Ambivalent or is the Ambivalence elsewhere?

We are never be sure of our feelings entirely.

We know the names of basic emotion such as joy, sadness and anger. After we learned that these first feelings are easily distinguished, we discover the are more complicated ones that are blended combinations of two or more feelings. And yet, there are more that cannot be named, described or foreseen in a single word (or perhaps within one sentence or longer). When something happen, there can be responses that be varied but never the same. There is one word however that shares many feelings that differs each other and can occur in one time and place. It is also possible for opposing feelings can be in one person as well.

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Commute to Communicate with the Community

Everyday, you see people (unless you are a hermit). Every person who we pass by each day are numbered by the dozens to the hundreds and then the thousands. You forget that there are millions throughout the countries and the Earth’s population of over 8 billions on this Earth.

Now let ask me you, do we know them all?

No, we don’t. It is impossible to know everyone who were born, live or dead. We have limits to explore to soul search.

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How “to Befriend”, not “Friend” to be Friends

I wonder of what today’s “friend” is defined.

“Friend” can be either too ambiguous or vague to tell.

Suppose those who are your friends. And suppose they aren’t.

I would like to ask, what sort of friend is that person. Are they there? But no one can tell or should they?

The friendships are the circles is surrounded by a larger circle that is a world; however, these many small circles are very often overlapped. This is where I will draw the fine lines of friends.

Friend

NOUN 1. A person with whom one has a bond of mutual affection, typically one exclusive of sexual or family relations; 1.1 (Used as a polite form of address or in ironic reference) an acquaintance or a stranger one comes across; 1.2 Archaic One’s close relatives; 1.3 A person who supports a cause, organization, or country by giving financial or other help; 1.4 A person who is not an enemy or opponent; an ally; 1.5 A familiar or helpful thing; 1.6 A contact on a social networking website.

VERB 1. informal Add (someone) to a list of friends or contacts on a social networking website; 2. archaic Befriend (someone)

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