It’s Cool To Like Things

In pursuit of accolades, intelligence is put on display.

“I’ll win them over by presenting the holes, opportunities missed, what went wrong.”

A great experience as long as you remain on one side of the conversation.

Some may even applaud the elegantly deconstruction.

Yet the approach that creates the most camaraderie is the one that puts ego on the shelf and is able to celebrate others.

Finding the good, what you liked, is better than tearing it to shreds.

It’s cool to like things.

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