Don’t expect people to do anything for you. Continue reading
Nae: There’s no state with the letter Q in it’s name.
Me: Yes, that’s true.
Ni: There’s none with the letter Z.
Ni: Oh, I thought that was an S. What about B?
Ni: That’s not a state.
Nae: It’s not?
Me: Where is Boston?
Ni & Nae: *blank stare*
Ni: No, that’s Austin.
Me: (shaking my head, thinking how I’ve failed them)
I recently found this beautiful story and wanted to share it. I did not write the story or own the picture. They are owned by their respective creators.- ReGina
“Do you believe in life after delivery?” The other replied, “Why, of course. There has to be something after delivery. Maybe we are here to prepare ourselves for what we will be later.”
“Nonsense” said the first. “There is no life after delivery. What kind of life would that be?” Continue reading
Only in The States we tell people that they are responsible for their own actions and then we do everything to protect them from their own stupidity. ~ anonymous poster
I know I’ll probably get a lot of flak about this but, we are over protecting life. Life is not that sacred. Because we are at the top of the food chain, we can say that life is sacred. Because we have learned to use tools and make clothing we can say that life is sacred. But really, we are fragile and are meant to die. There are a gazillion natural and unnatural ways humans can die. We need to accept that. We need to accept that people do and must die. We must stop trying to save everyone. Continue reading
If you don’t take time to relax, your body will force you to.
You resent people when they are not who you want them to be.
Happiness is accepting life as it is. You can strive for more, different, or better but accept that a sapling is a sapling for now and not lament that it’s not already an oak.