Take a step back.
Fall in love a little, with the moment.
We’re all whirling away in the one wind we call life.
But what is it worth when you’re left with no sleep and a lot of papers.
Grab a coffee not to keep you going but to enjoy your night.
Watch a movie that will spark your humor again.
Don’t be so stern. Laugh.
Joke around, be funny, you might lose your chance.
Tears don’t heal the scars.
Screams don’t cover up the scars.
Hatred doesn’t hide the scars.
That’s where you heal.
I feel like I’m always running, don’t you? Who actually needs oxygen in blood when clearly caffeine is the prime alternative.
Why use your common sense and a little smarts when you have a smartphone?
I’m not saying stop and turn time back a millennium.
Just stop sprinting and try and jog. You’ll notice more, I promise. I know I’m always sprinting—makes me anxious, nervous to my toes. Can’t say that’s healthy now.
Jog a little. Remember it’s oxygen you really need. Not caffeine.
A Little Help
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen
Without Men (maybe)
Listen up. Your follies and fun will all slowly fade. Sure, it comes in various forms—but most that are not healthy. Love yourself, because at times, you’ll feel like no one else does. Learn to love—inanimate objects. The animate ones just get complicated and broken easily. Gather your dreams and sort them fast. Time doesn’t allow you to stare at them all day.
Children, love your life.
How is it that when you feel like you’re running on top of a snowball down a hill, it stops in a moment.
And in that moment comes something positive, something great. You never thought it would happen.
Maybe persistence isn’t such a fluff. It’s actually worth what it has been built up to be.
Waiting isn’t the easiest. Time isn’t so free. But when it comes down to it, if you really want something, you’ll wait. You’ll find the time—even buy the time.
Let’s get real.
Your bucket list is too long, but don’t think it all won’t happen someday.
You just need a whole heck of a lot of—time.
My wish is that you read this, but don’t tell.
Tell me Christmas day.
It’ll be the best present that day.