Forty people that chose action instead of cowardice, that are largely overshadowed by the large amounts of civilian deaths at the site of the World Trade Center. All of them deserve to be recognized.
Many of us have been there, and don’t realize it until we end up resenting him.
I have never stopped comparing myself to other women, even when I was at my thinnest.
When you see people as a part of the story you’re writing, instead of a narrating voice in your story, it becomes easier to get over the wrongs or shortcomings of others.
I wish I could tell you all of the great things about you. The way you laughed until you were doubled over, the way that you looked so earnest when you gave me advice, the way that you told me that you loved me and that we would always be best friends.
1. This is one day out of the approximately 28, 470 days that you (the average person) will be alive. If this one is a casualty to bad circumstance, know that probability is on your side that you will have another good day.
Why didn’t they respond? What are they really thinking when they get these byte-sized bits of how I feel about them? Do they think I’m some loser?
I was raised with three brothers, and their personalities were all so loud that mine got drowned out along the way.
Stephen Hillenburg was a pioneer and a genius at using subtle clues to entertain adults while their kids watched Spongebob Squarepants. Here are some of the political insights that I have unearthed during my search for the truth, as told by Mr. Hillenburg and our favorite optimistic dish scrubber:
My brother, the felon, strolled into prison, kept his head held high, and inspired me with a few gems of wisdom along the way.