In 1861, Walt Whitman penned the famous line: Be curious. Not judgmental. But I think in 2021 some have turned that famous line around: Be judgmental. Not curious.
Humans make mistakes, kids do silly things, our job ebbs and flows. That’s life.
One of the things that is nearly impossible to fathom is that hardships in life often prepare us for an extraordinary future.
Thank goodness the Murder Hornets never showed up.
Somewhere along the way, we’ve lost these rules. Rules of common decency.
Perhaps we didn’t recognize the good ole days cause we were too busy future tripping.
Life is like a journey on a train. We board the train at birth. For the rest of our lives, we ride the rails, with all its twists and turns.
I think getting a chance to slow down is exactly what we needed. We were overdue. Long overdue.
Happiness is attained through a commitment to yourself.
Now the harder question: which was better, the experience; or the memory of the experience?
As we age, our tolerance for risk goes up.
What is the one word that accurately defines the pandemic experience for you?
For most of us, that passion is right in front of us. It’s totally obvious to everyone… but us. It’s the equivalent of having spinach in your teeth.
Culturally, we are struggling to understand what modern friendships look like.
We don’t really age in our minds.
With so much toiling, are we looking for answers in the right places?