“We are all human, aren’t we? Every human life is worth the same, and worth saving.”
Each of our lives has been touched, one way or another, by all, some, a few, or even just that one teacher you will never forget.
Those looking for fulfillment out of life will do things that aren’t fun now, to reap massive rewards later.
This is my favorite line in any movie ever. Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka delivers the line as if it were truly possible to get everything you ever wanted.
Most people are not strategic. They are reactive.
Sports embody the best and the worst of life—our competitive urges, teamwork, grace under pressure, realizing our potential, the agony of defeat.
“Envy is merely the meanest form of admiration, and a man who envies another admits thereby his own inferiority.”
Your childlike energy is just what the world needs.
You can’t go through life being drunk and stupid.
We are rapturous Women. Meant for the Sisterhood that I have found here and the one that is my tribe at home. Meant not to compete, judge, or compare ourselves to each other but to join hands and hearts and walk home together.