Yes, love can feel compelling, alluring, and even enchanting. But love should never feel like you’ve snorted cocaine.
True love is looking at someone in awe and admiration and love no matter what they do or who they are.
The truth is that we can have it all, and that’s terrifying.
When we allow ourselves to be happy, we invite others to be happy too.
When you’re in the grip of the quarter life crisis, you will have two competing impulses: the impulse for stability, and the impulse for novelty.
If you’re human, from the moment you wake up, your mind starts analyzing every aspect of your life and thinking of everything you need to do to improve it.
Those who meditate regularly reap rewards that are completely unknown to the average person.
We do not make a change until it becomes a psychological necessity.
Your mind isn’t looking for solutions, it’s looking for rest.
Love is the empath’s fatal flaw.