Do you think about the city as a whole, or only as its various parts? The MTA gets you somewhere, but how does that connect to jobs? Do you care? You should.
New York City
Cry, but don’t in public.
People move to New York, expecting the city to give them a purpose. However, this is not real. No one, and no place, can discover your life’s purpose for you.
It’s only as challenging as it is rewarding. It’s the type of place that won’t just give — it will expect more of you, it will ask that you earn.
Chances are, if you are walking slowly in Manhattan, you are a tourist.
I just thought, “I’m so lonely.”
What are those things?
I also think, unlike most cities, New York almost projects a certain lifestyle or “rite de passage” that should be followed.
Producer’s note: Someone on Quora asked: What are some cheap or free places to take a date in NYC? Here is one of the best answers that’s been pulled from the thread. 1.
For some reason, my iPhone asks if I would like to connect to a network called “HOME” whenever I am in one of Manhattan’s most expensive neighborhoods.