We should take whatever we can hold onto, be it a God, a true love, or the stars. And for me it was most definitely the stars—or more specifically, the universe.
How much longer are you going to be your own worst enemy?
Your friends will be some of the best family you’ll ever know.
You have to embrace all the confusion. You have to understand that when you don’t know which path to take, you may take the wrong one. You have to embrace the struggles.
The problem with grief isn’t the grief itself.
It’s okay to feel alone at any point in your life. In fact, it can even work to your benefit.
People (and yes, we’ve all been guilty) are so busy looking for Mr. or Mrs. Right—”The One”—that they forget one crucial thing: Perfection is an illusion.
Now I see that being scared of rejection is just another fight or flight reaction.
The world needs so much more than ladder climbers and moneymakers. Be a dreamer.
You’re stuck. So what? That’s what you need to ask yourself.