Most people are passengers, not monsters.
We live on the theory “the best things come to those who wait,” but really all that comes are nerves, stress and a forced finish. We realize this and still procrastinate in the future.
There’s a bittersweet feeling that comes when you realize the things and places you once knew are no longer the same.
Such a simple concept, but one that many are still unable to grasp.
Being creative is as innate to being human as eating, talking, walking and thinking is.
But we avoid feeling anything because we have more or less been taught that our feelings have lives of their own. That they’ll carry on forever if we give them even a moment of our awareness.
Complete this sentence: “I wish I had someone with whom I could share…”
Thoughts on thinking.
The secret to “la dolce vita” (the sweet life) is living for today, not tomorrow.