Answer by Michael Baucom
The things they laugh at.
I had a coworker back in Sulphur who saved his laughter for things he genuinely thought were funny.
So if I said something funny and he laughed, I knew he was being real. If he didn’t think it was funny, he’d just look at me.
I liked that guy a lot.
Answer by Jill Uchiyama
I had a teacher who said it best.
You don’t know who someone is until you see them under pressure.
It is when we are under pressure that our true colors come out, when the ego’s ass is put to the fire and we become the gateway between our survival self and doing what is humane and expressing integrity.
If you think about it, it is…
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