How can people find it in themselves, in their own life bubbles to throw rocks at other people with words, or ignite insignificant hate campaigns of their own, when this world of ours is in such turmoil? Why is it that the nooks and crannies are now looking so similar to the big hate we see in the world?
If an idea is good, money is a side effect. Ideas are the real currency.
I hope more and more people will start to question everything they see in fashion magazines. If they believe in themselves, they don’t need someone to tell them what they’re supposed to look like.
Think about the kind of life you want to have and what kind of writing career would fit into that without having to win the writing career lottery.
A man does not have to be a prince for him to treat a woman like a princess.
The media may pay a bigger part in traumatization than we think.
In today’s hyperconnected world, if we don’t teach our children how to be comfortable being alone, they will learn to be lonely and rely on the distraction of technology.
Remember those girls you and everybody ignored in high school? Of course you don’t. I didn’t remember them either until one of mine moved to New York City and became an incredibly high-end stripper.
“You can’t love someone back to life.”
At the correspondent’s dinner, someone should read quotes on the importance of a free press from former presidents and founding fathers while Trump’s tweets on the topic are projected onto a giant screen.