“Not what will pay the most, but what will teach the most?” – Ryan Holiday
When you’re 22, you think your first love will be your only love. And that craft beers are a right of passage.
Human beings are complex creatures no doubt, but deep down many of us just want to feel like our voice is being heard and we feel accepted. Likeable people understand this and make it a point to end each conversation in a way that reinforces that they were listening and that they care.
You make me laugh until my stomach aches and my snorting makes you laugh even harder. With you I feel like even the most inconvenient of moments are not only tolerable , but easy to get through because we do it together. You’re my teammate, my partner in crime, safety net and best friend.
He stands on line at the liquor store, allowing the dreadful monotony wash over him like a startlingly bout of nausea.
In my free time, while I sit in the desk chair in my bedroom, I fill my brain with words that only build on my desires to be sitting on a plane instead.
I’ve had friends that called me a guy straight out of a Nicholas Sparks book. But I don’t feel it. I’ve never had that happy ending those books always have. I’m a nice guy.
Oftentimes, your actions and words do not align.
We may still have uncertain problems in our lives and bruises in our hearts, but that doesn’t mean that we are a disappointment or hopeless or have lost our path.
You will go through pain and you will go through heartache, but your heart will be okay. You will be okay.