“A lack of intimacy is not distance from someone else, it is disregard for yourself.”
Let’s pretend for a moment that we pulled apart all of your organs and laid them on a table.
It’s easy to stay in your room and watch Netflix all night.
Your life will unfold in direct proportion to how much you believe you deserve. Not how much you think you should have. How much you believe you deserve.
Letting go does not mean you are accepting defeat, or admitting your unworthiness.
Do not consider painful what is good for you.
A body is responsible for the most amazing part of anything – physically finding or creating. Once we have something, we don’t want it anymore. What we really want is to make and fight and become.
One does not have to become despondent when bad things happen; to a degree, one can choose to remain happy.
I think I’ve stumbled on the one rule that can be applied to everyone, in all aspects of life: one rule that can help you make moral, practical, even financial choices for yourself and the ones you love.
We will be raising Americans who possess the capacity to respond to problems with inquisitive rather than angry minds