This morning I was thinking of ways to challenge someone in a rut, but I ended up challenging myself. And now I want to spread that challenge to you by asking you the following: 322 more words
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As I recently wrote, there’s something totally liberating about giving up on disingenuous things. There’s a freedom in surrendering to the truth about ourselves. Being only one person, we can’t be a writer, scientist, adrenaline-junky, botanist, chef, broadcaster, truck driver, actor, entrepreneur and home decorator. 1,600 more words
Do you love me?
I’d never been in love. I’d always thought love was like reading Leaves of Grass in a crowded Westside park on a sunny Tuesday afternoon, having to suppress the urge with each giddy turn of the page to share your joy with the surrounding world. 150 more words
“It’s fine to celebrate success, but it’s more important to heed the lessons of failure.”
According to the internet, this is something Bill Gates said. I don’t have much in common with the richest man on earth, but I figure he’s probably right about some things in order to be in his position. 1,058 more words