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Florian K.
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Will loyalty take you anywhere? I mean REALLY now…
  I am a person who believes that loyalty cannot take you anywhere, not even to your dreams. Why? Because sometimes in order to achieve your dreams you must leave behind people or even your job. Absolutely loyalty is impossible for me because I know human nature. However, it does not mean that my reality is the reality of others. I know people who have worked in the same company all their life. They married their high school sweethearts and they are still together. More important than the loyalty with our relationships is basically our loyalty to our jobs. Will loyalty take you anywhere? I was asking myself this question. Although, I knew the answer. I am curious about what others think.

 There is an interesting quote by Tommy.

You give loyalty, you'll get it back. You give love, you'll get it back.

hmmmnnnn….
Do you agree with Tommy?

Jun 1, 2020 12:40 PM
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@Somila
That's the key word dear, stay loyal to your dreams, not to people, not to companies. I have seen the best people being tossed up like trash...that is why I made this discussion...STAY loyal to you.
June 1, 2020
@Mantaty Thanks dear. You guys know how much I love to write. Although I know I make a few errors here and there. I always write from my heart and it is a passion project that will take a few months to be launched. I'll be sharing bits and pieces here on the discussion board.
June 1, 2020
Loyalty and commitment go hand in hand for me. If I stay loyal to my dreams and I work hard and commit , surely I’ll achieve them? I don’t know lol that’s how I think.
June 1, 2020
Hi Florian
How are you ?
I agree ,but in reality sometimes it's doesn't happens .
I'm not able to explain more because I'm not good in writing ,but I hope you understand what I means .
But I'm so happy you always share something nice topic :)
June 1, 2020
This topic makes me think of a famous speech in Shakespeare's Hamlet:

This above all: to thine own self be true
And it must follow, as the night the day
Thou canst not then be false to any man

(If you're not familiar with thou and thine: these were the familiar singular forms of 'you' in Shakespeare's time, thou being the subject and thine being the possessive; canst is 'can' conjugated with thou)

I largely agree with this sentiment, but while the first line is the one most quoted, the third is also vital to its meaning. It's important to be authentic to oneself, but to do so still with good faith to the rest of the world.
June 1, 2020
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Florian K.
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English, Filipino (Tagalog), Finnish, Other
Learning Language
Chinese (Mandarin), Finnish, Other