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Biasanya, gue akan segera menulis farewell note gue di blog ini segera setelah hari terakhir gue di perusahaan ybs. Kali ini lain ceritanya. Hari terakhir gue di Lazada sudah lewat 2 minggu yang lalu sebenarnya, tapi gue baru ingin menulis farewell note itu baru-baru ini saja. Kenapa demikian? Karena ternyata, ini perpisahan paling berat yang pernah gue rasakan!

Sebetulnya gue sudah mengajukan resign sejak pertengahan tahun lalu. Cukup waktu untuk handover, cari pengganti gue, dan yang enggak kalah penting, untuk menyiapkan perasaan gue sendiri. Saat gue resign, gue sedang merasa sangat nyaman dengan tim terakhir gue di Lazada. Bukan cuma cocok dalam hal pekerjaan, tapi juga dalam hal-hal di luar pekerjaan. Berkat mereka, hidup gue di kantor jadi terasa lebih menyenangkan. Gue jadi lebih banyak tertawa, dan gue juga jadi merasa punya tim yang bisa gue percaya. Banyak orang yang bersikap berbeda di depan dan di belakang gue, tapi tim gue itu, gue yakini bukan salah satunya. Dan percaya nggak percaya, tim seperti itu sekarang ini sangat sulit untuk didapatkan!

Minggu pertama setelah resign, sangat terasa ada yang hilang dari keseharian gue. Makan siang jadi terasa berbeda, makan Indomie juga jadi terasa berbeda (sudah bukan lagi makan Indomie malam-malam di pinggir jalan dekat kantor). Ingin cerita ini-itu tapi tidak ada teman di sebelah gue yang bisa langsung gue ajak bicara. Dan tentu saja, sudah tidak ada lagi teman-teman cowok yang celetukannya bisa bikin gue tertawa terbahak-bahak!

Di akhir minggu pertama, gue enggak bisa tidur. Gue kangen Lazada. Timnya, sudut-sudut kantornya, kegilaan pekerjaan gue sehari-harinya, gue bahkan juga kangen dengan kamar kost yang sudah gue tinggalkan segera setelah resign dari Lazada itu. Baru terasa, sangat-sangat terasa, semuanya enggak akan pernah lagi kembali sama.

Ternyata memang benar, kita tidak akan benar-benar tahu apa yang pernah kita miliki sampai kita benar-benar kehilangan. Awalnya gue pikir, gue hanya akan kehilangan tim terbaik yang pernah gue punya saja, tapi ternyata, gue juga kehilangan sebagian kecil dari diri gue sendiri.

Gue mulai kerja di Lazada saat bisnis marketplace-nya baru lahir hampir 4 tahun yang lalu. Banyak kenangan, pengalaman, dan pembelajaran yang tidak ternilai harganya. Di sana gue dipertemukan dengan teman-teman baru, di sana juga gue kehilangan beberapa teman lainnya, di sana gue pernah sampai jatuh cinta (ada sampai belasan cowok yang gue pernah naksir selama kerja di sana, hehehe), di sana gue pernah berprestasi, di sana juga gue pernah melakukan kesalahan dan mengalami kegagalan. Jika diingat lagi, sulit dipercaya semua itu pernah terjadi hanya dalam waktu kurang dari 4 tahun lamanya!

Di awal minggu ke dua, gue mulai mempertimbangkan untuk kembali kerja di perusahaan lainnya (awalnya, gue berniat fokus mengurus bisnis gue sendiri saja). Melihat betapa antusiasnya orang-orang di calon kantor baru gue itu pada akhirnya membuat gue mulai bilang sama diri gue sendiri, “It’s time to move on.”

Lazada, sampai kapanpun, akan selalu menjadi cerita favorit gue. Gue akan selalu bangga pernah menjadi bagian dari cerita sukses perusahaan ini. Kemudian soal tim gue, entah kenapa, gue mulai meyakini, “It was not a goodbye between us!”

I often feel blessed with my life, and Lazada has been one of the greatest blessings in my entire life. Thanks to you, Lazada! Thanks for the memories and all those crazy days! You will be missed.

xoxo,

Riffa.

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I can’t stay forever mad with the people I used to care about. It can take a year, or maybe, it can take a decade, but I will eventually forgive them for what went wrong back in the past. Be it in personal or work relationship, no matter how bad it was, somehow I always found my way to have them back in my life. It might not be as close as we once were, but at least, they are not my forever enemy.

Why would I want to do that? Because they used to mean a lot to me and whatever they did wrong could never change the good memories that we used to have.

For starter, at some point, I always manage to be friends with my ex crush. Yes, they broke my heart, but in most cases, I used to broke their hearts too. It’s actually my loss if I decided to get rid of the beautiful memories I used to share with them. I would never forget the way they made me smile, the butterflies in my belly, and all the little things they did to comfort me, and most importantly, to make me feel loved. Once I fall in love with somebody, they will be forever mean something to me. I may never feel the same way again, but they will never be a stranger and I will always have a tiny place for them inside my heart. Once in my lifetime, they were my fairy tale, and they will always be my favorite stories to tell to my grandkids.

I will also stop hating the bosses who made me want to leave the companies I used to work at (I’m not saying I hate all my former bosses though). Back to the times I worked with them, each and everyone of them had contribution to my career development. They challenged me, they gave me opportunities I was unsure if I was capable of, and of course, they rewarded me even more than I thought I deserved sometimes. I am not who I am without my former bosses, and I’m thankful for that.

And finally, sooner or later, I will forgive ex best friends who betrayed me. I used to hope I could grow old with them, as people always say; best friends forever. Seeing my hopes were torn apart couldn’t be more heartbreaking to me. I’m already used to have envy people trying to ruin my happiness, but I never expect to watch my best friends doing the same thing to me. But still, there were some reasons why I called them my best friends. They helped me in the lowest points of my life, they woke up in the middle of the nights just to hear about my bad days, they were once the people I chose to be my family.

I’ve come to learn that my Mr. Wrongs were actually learning to become a Mr. Right (even if it’s most likely for someone else but me). They had to make those mistakes so that they knew what they should do to become a better man.

My horrible bosses were not pure evils or whatsoever. The crazy pressures they had were just beyond their capacities as human back then. If they are good enough, someday they’ll come around and they’ll eventually learn how to become a better leader for their teams.

Finally my former best friends… from all people in this world, I know better how kind and how good they actually could become. Hard times in life changed them, yet whatever their pain and struggle was, I sincerely hope they will soon find a light at the end of the tunnel. And if they will ever find themselves guilty, more important than my forgiveness to them is actually their forgiveness to themselves. That way, they will learn how to stay kind even when this life gets rough.

Again, this total forgiveness may take ages for me to get there. It’s not the forgiveness itself that is hard to be done; it’s to forget the way they once made me feel. Not to mention how hard it is to heal a broken trust. It’s definitely not easy, but doable.

Everyone makes mistakes, and so do I. And at the same time, everyone needs time to heal, and so do I.

Setelah nonton Kung Fu Panda untuk ke sekian kalinya, saya jadi menyadari ada beberapa pelajaran yang bisa kita terapkan dalam dunia kerja, baik itu dari sudut pandang atasan maupun sudut pandang bawahan.

Apa saja?

Sebagai atasan….

  1. Jangan mudah menyerah saat mengembangkan bawahan di kantor. Tidak semua orang mempunyai learning curve yang sama cepatnya. Jika kita sebagai atasan sudah menyerah, mereka sebagai bawahan juga akan menyerah pada dirinya sendiri. Po tidak akan mau meneruskan latihannya jika bukan karena Shifu yang terus berusaha melatih anak didiknya itu!
  2. Believe in your team, even in their darkest times! Pada dasarnya, semua orang memiliki kebutuhan akan rasa dipercaya oleh orang-orang yang mereka anggap penting (dalam dunia kerja, atasan adalah salah satunya). Kepercayaan kita sebagai atasan dapat membantu mereka untuk bangkit dari masa-masa sulit dalam perjalanan karier mereka;
  3. Pelajari motivasi masing-masing orang dan kembangkan mereka dengan cara yang paling sesuai untuk mereka. Tidak ada yang namanya one size fits all dalam dunia kerja. Ingat adegan di mana Shifu melatih Po menggunakan makanan? Motivasi Po adalah makanan, sesuatu yang belum tentu sama penting untuk lima anak didik Shifu yang lainnya;
  4. Jangan membuat bawahan merasa “not good enough”. Ketika seseorang merasa bahwa upaya terbaik mereka tidak pernah cukup baik untuk atasannya, mereka akan lebih memilih untuk pergi dan mencari tempat lain yang membuat mereka merasa masih memiliki peluang untuk level up. Terkadang, bersikap keras dan tegas memang diperlukan, tapi jangan sampai kelewatan. Jika kita masih ingin mempertahankan mereka dalam tim, maka jangan sampai membuat mereka merasa kehilangan masa depan karier-nya bersama kita; dan
  5. Jangan sampai kita bablas membesarkan seorang “monster”. Terkadang, rasa bangga yang berlebihan terhadap bawahan bisa membuat mereka menjadi sombong. Membuat mereka menjadi lupa untuk bersikap rendah hati. Tujuan karier mereka jadi hanya materi dan jabatan semata (sama seperti Tai Lung yang terobsesi mendapatkan Dragon Scroll). Terlalu banyak pujian bisa membuat mereka tidak mau menerima kritik sekalipun kritik itu baik untuk mereka. Ingat selalu satu hal ini: atasan yang gelap mata akan menciptakan bawahan yang juga gelap mata.

Sebagai bawahan…

  1. Jangan takut untuk bermimpi besar. Banyak orang yang terlalu minder terhadap dirinya sendiri. Hanya untuk bermimpi pun mesti pakai embel-embel “harus tahu diri”. Seolah hanya orang besar yang boleh punya mimpi besar! Bermimpilah seperti Po si anak tukang mie yang akhirnya jadi Kung Fu master!
  2. Cari atasan yang bisa kita percaya sebagai role model. Penting untuk kita mendapatkan atasan yang dapat menjadi role model dalam perjalanan karier kita. Saat kita sudah menemukannya, maka kita harus percaya bahwa segala yang dia lakukan adalah untuk kebaikan diri kita, termasuk segala tuntutan dan kritikan yang dia berikan untuk kita! Cara seorang atasan mengembangkan anak buahnya tidak selalu manis dan membahagiakan, ibarat menelan pil pahit yang sebetulnya baik untuk diri kita ini;
  3. Jangan terlalu santai dalam menjalani karier. Orang yang terlihat selalu santai cenderung sulit mendapatkan kepercayaan rekan kerjanya, terutama atasannya. Selalu bercanda dan memasang silly face hanya selalu lucu untuk pergaulan sehari-hari saja. Selalu bertingkat demikian dalam dunia kerja dapat membuat orang lain mempertanyakan komitmen kita sebagai seorang pekerja;
  4. Jangan pernah terlalu lelah, apalagi terlalu malas, untuk terus bekerja keras. Tidak ada kesuksesan yang mudah untuk dicapai, itu sebabnya, atasan akan lebih memilih untuk mengembangkan orang-orang yang mempunyai kesadaran diri untuk bekerja keras dalam membangun karier-nya sendiri; dan
  5. Salah satu pelajaran terbesar yang ingin disampaikan Kung Fu Panda adalah untuk percaya pada diri sendiri. Akan percuma saja atasan punya kepercayaan besar pada diri kita jika kita justru tidak bisa mempercayai diri kita sendiri. Seperti isi movie quote-nya Kung Fu Panda: “To make something special, you only have to believe that is special,” dan “There is no secret ingredient, it’s just you.”

Finally, meskipun saya bilang ada hal-hal yang dapat kita pelajari dari Kung Fu Panda, tetap ada satu hal yang tidak boleh kita percaya dari jalan cerita film kartun ini.

Apa persisnya?

Jangan percaya bahwa kita bisa menjadi “master” dalam suatu hal hanya dalam waktu yang singkat saja. Seringkali, meskipun kita sudah berusaha sangat-sangat keras, tetap dibutuhkan waktu yang cukup atau bahkan sangat lama untuk kita bisa sampai di tujuan.

Kung Fu Panda tetap hanya film kartun, dan kenyataannya, tidak ada orang yang bisa jadi ahli Kung Fu hanya setelah berlatih selama beberapa minggu saja 😉

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I was upset last night. I’ve started to do some free advertising (Instagram, Facebook, Path) to recruit sellers for my online marketplace and I’ve announced that the sellers can find us at hunters@thelenstory.com.

I was so excited that the website was underway and I was getting closer to my biggest dream, excited with the tremendous supports given by my families, friends, and even my colleagues in my current employer (yeah, I’m still working for someone else’s corporate too), until my sister in law texted me and she said that her friend could not send e-mail to that mailing group!

I instantly knew that I made mistake on the permission setting and I thought that I could easily fix it. I logged in to my domain administration account but then I was confused.

What did I do wrong?

What should I do to fix this?

So there I googled to search for some clues and it was super annoying that the given guideline was no longer matching with the latest version of the mailing service I use! I clicked here and there, I finally found the setting I was looking for!

The first trial, I told myself, “Oh well, this is easy.” I logged in to my personal Yahoo mail account and sent a testing e-mail to that mailing group… but it bounced back!

I googled again… it appeared that there was one separated setting that I should change. I changed it and sent a second trial e-mail… and it bounced back again! I rechecked everything, one by one, until I realized I missed clicking one button!

Alright, here we go… the third trial… and the e-mail didn’t bounce back to my Yahoo mail! I finally nailed it! But… wait. The e-mail was sent from my Yahoo mail, but I can’t seem to find it in my thelenstory.com inbox!

I refreshed my browser, over and over again, but still, the e-mail was not coming!

At this point, I was super upset to myself. If the same thing happens in my corporate job, I can just text IT Helpdesk and they will fix it right away. This kind of issue may never ever happen in my corporate job anyway. I can ask IT team to prepare the mailing group and they will get it done with no issue like this in the first place!

Can’t you see? My current corporate job is actually comforting!

Have a connection problem? Go to IT team.

Have a legal confusion? Consult with Legal team.

Tax administration? Let the Finance team handles everything (you have no idea how irritating it could be!).

Running out of money? Send e-mail to your HQ or regional office asking (or a bit of begging) for more funding, hehehehe.

But seriously, running a business is like “running” from your comfort zone. Unless you are very well funded, building a new company will push you to learn all the little things at work. You will have to roll up your sleeves even higher than your old corporate job!

Back to my group e-mail problem… how did it end? I finally realized that I hadn’t registered myself as the member of that mailing group! That’s why I didn’t receive the e-mail in my inbox, hehehe.

Having said that my old corporate job was comforting, running my own business is way more challenging to me. Yes it makes me have to touch the ground, but if you see it from another perspective, it actually makes me learn a lot of new things about building a company from the scratch. Until someday, this little scratch; this start-up, is going to be my very own corporate job.

As I mentioned earlier in this blog, I’m currently working on my own start-up. Just finished the blueprint, business plan, and of course, vendors hunting.

Here are 3 things I’ve learned about building a start-up at this very early stage:

  1. How to choose vendors and the traits you should consider before awarding the projects. You don’t need to hire super expensive vendors but you can’t always choose the cheapest service just because it fits your budget. At this point, you will realize the importance of chemistry and belief in your business partners. If you don’t feel clicked since the very beginning, it they don’t share the same passions as yours, and if it takes ages for them to response your inquiries, then you’re just not meant to work with them. There are plenty of good vendors out there, but not everyone will work well with your business;
  2. How to do free marketing. I’ve learned a lot from a couple of successful business founders. Free is not always bad, it can be as effective, it just requires more times to figure it out and a lot more times to work on it. Your apps is not yet live anyway, you have plenty of times to do it yourself. I’ve chosen not to accept any investor’s funding and free marketing (or cheap marketing to some extent) is the only choice I have at the moment; and
  3. I’ve learned the hard way that I can’t have all features I want to have in the first development. I should be able to distinguish “the must have” against “the nice to have”. It’s better to have a few well developed features rather than a lot of troublesome features on your apps. Go live as soon as you can, new features can be developed later on.

I’ll write more about my start-up later on! I’ve created a new category in this blog named The Lens Story and a new tag named The Start-up Story.

And yes, my start-up is named The Lens Story. The web apps is going live in the next three months (insyaallah).

Stay tune!

A couple of months ago, an old friend from high school passed away. She was just 30 years old, yet she died from a heart attack. That day she said that she was tired and took a nap in her office, and she never woke up.

That news was somehow beyond shocking to me. I came to question my purpose of life. It reminded me of my forgotten dreams; all the things I wanted to do before I die, all the things that I sacrificed for mornings to nights in the office. I always thought I had plenty of times, but what if I didn’t?

It was also shocking to me because the day my friend died, I also felt pretty much the same symptoms as hers. I didn’t think I was sick, I just felt extremely tired and I always craved for a long nap. I still remember the nights I fell asleep in the office, with a cushion in my arms, and then I’d woke up just to go back to my laptop again.

I finally asked myself, “Do I really want to do this for the rest of my life?  And from all the things I wanted to do in life, what did I want the most?”

I want to run my own business. Turning my biggest dreams to a reality. I want to run a company that makes the employees a better person; the very best version of themselves. I want to see my ideas becoming a brand. And I want to prove myself that I can really do what I thought as “the impossible”.

I want to take further study. I miss reading thick books and worked on my exams. I miss the butterflies in my stomach everytime I was expecting my grades came out on the screen. I missed the excitement, the joy, and the pride knowing that my hard work was paid off. I really really miss to be a student again and to learn from someone else again.

I want to write a book. Any book. A novel, I hope. I’ve always wanted to become a real writer ever since I was a little kid. I want to be able to see a book with my name on it displayed in a bookstore. I want to have some legacies, and the book I write should be one of them.

I want to travel around the world. One or two countries in every continent on earth only in one trip. I had been working too hard even before I finished my study and I really want to take a long break.

And of course, I want to finally meet my Mr. Right. I’m sick of feeling like I’m not good enough. I’ve had enough of restarting over and over again. I’m done with wondering and waiting. I want to be able to tell myself that I have finally found someone to share a lifetime with.

Right after all those thoughts, I made up my mind. I should not wait any longer. So there I told my boss I would only stay until end of year. I wanted to spend more times on my own start-up. I also eventually reduce my overtime to have a lot more of me times. I continued writing my novel and I started to look for the best business school in town. And the best part is that I finally moved on from my latest heartbreak and all the dramas that came with it. What about traveling the world? Oh well I can’t do everything only in a year, but least, I’m starting to get my life back to the track that I really want for myself!

I hope, I really hope, I will still have enough times to do at least, to pursue all these 5 biggest dreams of mine.

Amiin for me, please? 🙂

Sebagai pelanggan setia Gojek yang sedang berambisi mendapatkan iPad gratis (48,000 points to go! 😀 ), gue punya banyak banget cerita tentang gue dan sederetan abang Gojek. Daripada cerita soal yang paling lucu dan paling menyebalkan, gue lebih ingin bercerita soal abang Gojek yang paling meninggalkan kesan positif. Berikut ini rangkumannya!

Abang Gojek dan Aqua botol

Sebagai anak kosan yang malas naik-turun ke pantry di lantai 3, gue lebih memilih untuk beli Aqua botol sekalian saat gue pesan makanan via Gofood. Kemudian suatu hari, gue pesan makan ke Lucky Cat yang ternyata tidak menjual air mineral merk apapun!

Awalnya si abang Gojek menelepon, dia bilang Lucky Cat tidak jual air mineral karena mereka menyediakan air putih gratis untuk pengunjungnya. Si abang Gojek tanya gue mau minum apa sebagai penggantinya? Gue bilang tidak usah, gue cuma perlu air putih. “Maklum anak kos, hehehehe,” kata gue saat itu.

Hampir satu jam kemudian, abang Gojek sampai ke depan kosan membawa makanan gue lengkap dengan 3 botol Aqua yang sempat gue pesan secara manual lewat aplikasinya! Saat gue tanya, abang Gojek bilang begini, “Akhirnya tadi saya beliin di Sevel, mbak. Cuma jalan sedikit dari Lucky Cat.”

Gue tersenyum lebar… masalah air mineral selesai sudah! 😀

Abang Gojek dan mayonnaise satu kantong 

Gue ini penggemar berat Dim Sum Inc semata-mata karena mayonnaise mereka yang enak banget! Mereka menyediakan satu botol mayonnaise di masing-masing meja restorannya. Hanya saja sayangnya, mereka pelit kasih mayonnaise untuk pesan antar!

Untuk mengakali masalah Dim Sum Inc pelit mayonnaise, gue suka bilang ke abang Gojek untuk minta mayonnaise yang banyak. Kadang dikasih, kadang tidak dikasih. Entah salah di mana, tapi gue tidak selalu mendapatkan extra mayo yang gue mau meskipun gue sudah pesan banyak menu sekalipun.

Lalu suatu hari, abang Gojeknya bilang begini, “Ok, Mbak. Saya tahu caranya.”

Mau tahu bagaimana caranya? Dia minta plastik es ke restoran, lalu dia isi hampir seperempat plastik es itu dengan mayonnaise dari dalam botol! Puas banget deh pokoknya, hehehehe.

Abang Gojek dan Pablo cheesecake

Waktu Pablo baru buka, gue penasaran kepengen coba tapi malas lihat antriannya. Berkali-kali coba pesan lewat Gofood, berkali-kali gue harus klik “Try Again“. Setelah percobaan ke sekian kalinya, akhirnya ada juga Gojek yang bersedia ambil! Saat si abangnya telepon, sempat deg-degan akan dibatalkan (lagi), tapi ternyata hari itu emang hari keberuntungan gue!

Abangnya bilang, “Ini antrinya bisa 2 jam, nggak papa ya, Mbak?”

“Iya, Pak. Nggak papa. Berapa lama pun saya tungguin deh.”

Hampir tiga jam kemudian, akhirnya datanglah juga Pablo pertama gue! Abangnya senyum-senyum sambil bilang, “Saya ngantri 2 jam lho.” Belum lagi perjalanan Gandaria-Kuningan yang lumayan jauh! Jadi terharu, hehehehe.

Abang Gojek dan batagor kesukaan

Gue suka banget makan batagor di rumah makan dekat kosan. Hanya saja kadang-kadang, bumbu batagornya suka kelewatan pedasnya! Karena gue enggak suka makan pedas, gue tegaskan ke abang Gojeknya bahwa gue enggak bisa makan pedas.

Saat akhirnya pesanan gue tiba, abang Gojeknya bilang begini, “Kata orang restonya, bumbu mereka emang udah dari sananya agak pedas, Mbak. Tapi ini udah saya minta bungkusin kecap manis.”

Masalah batagor gue terpecahkan, hehehehe.

Abang Gojek dan pecel ayam

Malam itu gue benar-benar sangat lapar. Udah mepet jam tutup restoran pada umumnya, kalau tidak cepat pesan, pilihan makan malam gue akan jadi sangat terbatas. Dan benar saja, restoran yang gue inginkan sudah tutup setengah jam lebih awal 😦

Abang Gojeknya lalu bilang, “Pecel ayam aja mau, Mbak? Mirip-mirip sama ayam goreng yang Mbak tadi pesan. Di mall ini ada yang jual dan masih buka.”

Pecel ayam: sold!

Apa yang bisa kita pelajari dari semua cerita ini? 

Pelajarannya: apapun karier yang kita pilih, akan selalu ada peluang untuk melakukan “the extra miles”. Saat bekerja, tidak usah melulu hitung-hitungan! Lakukan saja semaksimal yang bisa kita lakukan. Ini yang membedakan karyawan teladan dengan karyawan yang biasa-biasa saja, dan ini pula yang menurut gue, membedakan Gojek yang dapat banyak tip ketimbang Gojek yang hanya dapat sedikit tip, hehehehe.

Do your best, let God do the rest.


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We can’t control whatever life throws at us, but we definitely can control our reaction toward anything that can possibly happen to us.
It’s our decision whether or not we set ourselves free from miseries.
It’s our action that makes our life either colorful or plain boring.
It’s our behavior that leads us to feel merry or lonely.
And it’s certainly our own choices that bring us happiness in life.
Life is too short to be lonely, unhappy, and to be less proud of who we are.
Make the most of every day in your life, be happy with the little and the big things, make your life not only worth living, but also worth to celebrate!
You tell this to yourself, “Happiness starts now!” I’ve been working as a pre-wedding conceptor in past couple of months and I really enjoy seeing how two people so much in love with each other.
With that being said, instead of rushing myself to my own wedding, I’d rather tell myself to take my time. I want my wedding to be a lifetime event, I want this to be something worth fighting for, and for that, I need the right man who also shares the same wishes as mine.
I still have to find someone who clearly tells me what he wants, the one who never makes me have to wonder where he stands, the one who will certainly catch me when I fall. And maybe, it takes times until I find him. But that’s okay! Good things take times, do they? Either you are my friend, enemy, or just somebody I know. The choice is yours.

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