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June 14, 2002
I often received e-mails from friends which discussed about people who are undaunted by the hardship they faced because they had seen worse happening to others and they feel their lot, though limited, is worth feeling great and content about.

Each time I read such stories, I seem to unconsciously learning to let things go. I used to think that to arrive at the apex of the corporate jungle is very important; now having a stable and interesting job is more meaningful. Maybe it is age catching up with me but I prefer to think that I am just enlightened.