David3K saidBye bye, have a nice life
But it's a life presumed within the confines of a high income, a boyfriend that stays with him (and doesn't stray from him), and the idea that things will continuously go well for him. So he worked hard for whatever goal he had in life so far and things have worked out for him, so why wouldn't he expect that things will continue to get better? Life is good, life is convenient, and thus how he wrote his statement about leaving RJ (however unconscious)... I mean, one could just say they are leaving RJ, and mention a few reasons, but if one's primary reason is their "career" when doing so, it makes me question how important that "career", or rather income level (and the presumption that he's going to have a higher income level), is to the person when evaluating and acting upon things that they do. Does his income level affect the way he might believe in various things? Even his own atheism? And would he be thinking or doing the same things at the moment, or in the near future, if he had less money or no money? Not that I'm trying to "rip" on Charlitos, as he tends to be more mindful than the average poster here, but he might nonetheless lose sight of things by presuming that money (or career) would matter in how much confidence it will give him to do other things in the first place, like leaving RJ, or for that matter judging his own capacity to find and maintain love, or to how his future will be like. This is where a person like "jmusmc85" is the superior to many people here and despite his whorishness and decadence... That is to say that he doesn't take things for granted as others would (he finds the age of 30 a death sentence...), like I suspect Charlitos is likely to do.