“I don’t know how to interpret your composure – indifference or strength?,” she looked perturbed, just as she always reacted.
“It’s just composure, nothing more or less,” I make a bold assumption that she will understand, “When I started my journey as a life coach, I was not prepared for the boutique of emotions and expressions I came across – I failed to label those as good, bad, evil, noble or indifferent.
And it makes me what I am today – unmoved by drama or unfamiliar stuff. If I’ve seen only white swans, it does not mean that a black swan does not exist.”
“You will see the black swan soon, when I move out.”