Because I personally think that this new questions is harder to be answered, not because we don’t know the answer to it, but because it might have been in our minds.
Yes. It might have just sit there quietly all this time as we think that the answer would lead us to guilt.
How many times have you given someone critique this week? This month?
What is Critique?
Critique (as outlined in Wikipedia) is a method of disciplined, systematic analysis of a written or oral discourse. Although critique is commonly understood as fault finding and negative judgment, it can also involve merit recognition, and in the philosophical tradition it also means a methodical practice of doubt.
Simply put, critique might be a thoughtful comment, aimed to improve the state of the subject. It might also be an ignorant comment, either in the way it is communicated or in its approach to issue.
We spend a third of our life staying in the same space as our colleagues – some more familiar than others due to our own job nature.
If yes, as in all things in life, neutral condition hardly exists. At some points, it will – as everything would try reaching for equilibrium (fail, and it will crumble to pieces).
Only a few years into careers, I have encountered many new experiences, some good and some others nearly good. The experiences usually come from dealing with various tasks, projects, alongside different ‘partners’ (stakeholders, either team mates, cross divisional peers, leader, or vendors, etc.).
There is a saying that when you don’t expect you won’t get hurt. However, a friend of mine, an unholy human being, couldn’t manage to have no hope, whether the hope for better living, better environment, or better human relationship.
With an expectation that I would be able to help her go through the depression she has been feeling for years, she told me a story, a story shared but never truly told.
A year has passed, the sound of the images I had captured in my mind is still buzzing, like it was just yesterday.