It’s not too late to start seeing the little things – to start adding to them and appreciating them; to start guiding and cherishing them.
If there is so much magic to be found by simply sitting on a rooftop, seeing the sun from a different angle, then really, how can any moment lack discovery?
Nothing speaks to the state of the world’s gravest issues more clearly than the epidemic of indifference; there are certain things you should never be able to become jaded to.
It’s seeing their flaws — the surface ones, the silly ones, the painful ones, the permanent ones — and respecting, loving, challenging, and accepting them, respectively.
If I’m unfazed by what other people think, then what’s to stop me from not only not caring what others say about me, but what I say about others?
Subway pole leaners.
You think these humans have the capacity to contain every feeling they encounter over a lifetime? No way. They would combust.
Truly, the worst disappointment is to fear disappointment so much, we abandon hope and passion.
The ups are followed by downs and vice versa, everything seems fickle. We make progress, we seem subconsciously linked with a perpetual inspiration, and then, before we know it, we find ourselves once again uninspired.
We’re a convenient generation, and so we’ve forgotten the simple satisfaction that can come with making an effort.