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My dear Jil,

You’ve got to find a way to scale your past.

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My dear Jack,

As you very well know today is my birthday. I want to celebrate it by celebrating others, and giving out gifts. I’ll also like to share some wisdom with you.

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My dear Jil,

Loneliness is a fact of life.

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My dear Jack,

It’s another weekend and as is my custom, I’m writing you a thought. My topic today is the subject of loyalty. It’s not something you find in abundance today but it’s a value you must hold dear.

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Dear Jil,

I hope you don’t believe this gentleman. He’s taking you for granted. He stands you up and texts you the next day that he couldn’t call because his phone had problems. Tell me, is there only one phone in the entire country? Was he marooned on a desert island? Siberia? He had no access to any phone, not even a friend’s phone or the phone of a family member? You really don’t understand men do you? Here’s what I think happened (and don’t let anyone insult your intelligence in the name of love):

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Dear Jack,

It’s 2am but I just have this stirring to share some things with you. We’ve not spoken in a week because of the publication of my twitter novel #NOVUS.

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My dear Jil…

My dear Jil, Mills & Boon (the romance paperback series) may have successfully sold lies to women! There’s always a hunk in these novels – a glistering bronzed Adonis with “piercing blue eyes.” Did I mention that he has a day-old stubble on his chin, drives an Alfa Romeo (always very fast) and looks rugged unshirted.

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My dear Jack,

I don’t get it: why do you believe in lies? (I’m exasperated)!

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Dear Jack,

I was thinking of you the other day, and I said to myself, “He ought to take time off at the beginning of every year to meditate and strategise on his life!” Indeed, everyone should take time off to meditate on life, career, or business. That’s what big corporations do! They review and plan. It’s a factor of their success. They review the previous year, set targets for the new year, think through possible challenges.

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Dear Jack,

It’s been some days but I remembered you in my meditation this morning!

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