To his surprise, his employees took the news very well. They said they knew it was time to close. Some of them were already looking for new jobs. Some of them thanked him for ending their agony of not knowing when and what would happen to their company and had a sigh of relief when Sam brought the situation into the open.
Occasionally I get a post card from Costa Rica. He is very happy with his new life. He still remembers our discussion about “phobic avoidance” as the thing that’s always best to be avoided.
Has it ever happen to you to tip-toe around an issue only to discover that the solution was much easier than the tip-toeing?
P.S. I think temporarily I suffer from a "post-Vancouver nostalgia." All the pictures you see in this post are from Vancouver.