10 June 2005
Bad bosses take credit for the work of others. Bad friends steal ideas and treat them as their own.
From a distance I’ve learned of two brides—once good friends—who were both planning October weddings. Bride A’s wedding was to be two weeks prior to Bride B’s. Bride A “put the word out” that certain colors were her selections for dresses. Bride B, though having somewhat similar tastes, made a decision about another color.
In less than twenty four hours Bride A announced that she had selected the same color as Bride B. Bride B was heartbroken.
People will forever disappoint us. Some people spend their time finding ways to needle others. It’s one of the tragedies of living in a society so obsessed with form over substance.
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