You think you don’t have enough friends.
It’s not beautiful people who have love (or sex) – it’s people who know who they are.
People who are “passionate” about what they do are lost in their emotions, people who grow to love what they do are driven by daily actions and gratitude for them.
We think that the point of relationship is to commit, but really, the point is to grow.
We think we want a partner, but what we really want is to feel love for ourselves, and not need someone else to keep injecting good feelings into our lives for us. We think we want to lose weight, but what we really want is to feel secure, and to love our bodies for how they are.
Ask yourself: “If I knew nobody would judge me, what would I stand for?”
You have not, and in the foreseeable future will not, have the existential crisis of whether or not you’re “meant to be.”
Your brain can’t differentiate “good” from “bad,” it only knows “comfortable” and “uncomfortable.”
Being confident all the time is not inner strength, it’s delusion.
When we love, we love with everything we have, and we don’t hold back.