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May 3rd, 2012  |  Published in General Thoughts  |  1 Comment

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  1. L :) says:

    May 4th, 2012 at 10:44 am (#)

    What an amazing fortune cookie! I think I must eat at the wrong Chinese restaurants….

    The observation I will share is that I have had three experiences in the last 5 years or so where I left home and joined up with a group of strangers for a period of time (from a weekend to two weeks) to share some adventure of some sort. In one case it was a dogsledding trip, in another it was a weekend with a really amazing author, and in the last case it was travel to Asia to volunteer as an English Teacher. In all three cases, I was amazed at what really great relationships we were able to build over a very short period of time, despite the fact that everyone came from very different worlds and (in theory) had very little in common. I think we formed these relationships because fundamentally we all shared some common personality attributes that had led us to take these trips.

    I think that when we’re in our “normal lives”, we have access to a smaller range of companions because there are all of these filters that get applied (e.g. we seek companions who perhaps have a similar educational level, similar financial status, similar age etc) and it’s harder to find your personality soul mates since all of this other “stuff” gets in the way. We need to manage through that if we’re going to find companions who will really bring out the best in ourselves.

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