A Peaceful Lunchtime Requires Disconnecting Our Ears With the Organ In Between

A peaceful lunchtime is not a given. We have to work hard for it. Sometimes, it is about not absorbing the words that are circulating in the surrounding air.

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We should look for someone to eat and drink with before looking for…

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Aldric Chen

Aldric Chen

16x Top Writer (as of May 2022). I am a Consultant, and I run start-ups on top of my 9–6. I think, write to spread ideas that work.

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