Hi 🙂 I hope you’re having a nice Sunday evening. I’m right now sitting at the lakeside in Zurich writing this post. I overlooking the swiss mountains full of snow even if it’s warm where I am and thinking if someone is up there climbing. Anyhow, Im feeling lucky; I’m together with the people I love; my partner and friends and the sun is shining. What more can you ask for?!
When I was younger I wouldn’t really appreciate friendships, I took them for granted and I honestly didn’t care so much about friends. I moved around so much so I never really saw the point of making long lasting friendships. Now I do, and I’ve moved to the last city in my life. I made that promise to myself. However sometimes it’s almost like two voices inside me; one saying I should stay home and work and do something more valuable than just hang out and the other voice telling me or almost forcing me to go see my friends. Im absolutely not spontaneous, I always have a schedule in my head. I’m probably one of these people that one would classify as introvert but I’m forcing myself to be social. And once I’m in the social context, I find it the best moments there is.
I love this quote; exactly how I think friendships should be
I’m very quite, probably surprising to many of you. I’m a thinker and a doer but not a talker. I can sit in a dinner and be quite the whole evening and in groups I’m disappearing, while being with my family or my partner and talk like no tomorrow. It’s about the setting and what I can contribute and extract. My thoughts about conversations are rather simple; I should either bring value or extract value; it sounds insane when I write this but I just try to put my words into thoughts. And then there are a handful of people I spend time with when these rules don’t apply, these are the closest soulmates where no rules applies. Have a lovely night,