Random, Yet Consecutive Thoughts on Friendship, the Carefree Spirit — and the Margin for Error

Some Clarity on Workable Boundaries for Healthy Relationships

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If a friend ends a relationship over one mistake or a misunderstanding, the relationship was most likely never going to work in the first place.

If it wasn’t gonna’ be “this,” it would have been “that” or “something else” in the future.

Some people are always looking to find flaws in others, or a reason for conflict so that they can continue living in conflict because that’s all they know.

We teach people how to treat us and, ultimately, breaking away from someone who does not have a wide margin for error is a good thing.

Surround yourself with easy-going, happy, carefree people who will cut you some slack, along with everybody else, and even themselves.

A person’s true character is defined by loving someone who has absolutely nothing to offer them or someone who doesn’t adore them.

Even if you bring just a little Light to just one person, you’ve done your job in this world — and you’ve done it well.

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Herbie J Pilato writes about pop-culture, stays positive, and hosts THEN AGAIN WITH HERBIE J PILATO, a TV talk show on Amazon Prime and Amazon Prime UK.

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