Carl Casper:”I’m fucking lost.”
Molly:”That’s a good place to start.”
Have you ever noticed how much easier it is to solve your friends problems than your own problems?
A fresh pair of lenses seem to yield clarity.
It’s hard to locate our motives. If my friend says something I don’t like, I might call my mom and be rude to her without realization.
It’s much easier racing through these emotions. If we slow down, we’re forced to identify the motive. I used to do everything I could to avoid the feelings, throwing myself into work, exercise, travel…
It’s a learning process. Being content. It has so much to do with processing.
Don’t distract. Feel intact.
You feel tired, achy, angry, irritable. You just wanna stay in bed. But something pulls you through.
Instead of justifying a reason to ignor[ance] your feelings, hold on and see where the ride takes you. The feeling after pushing through difficulty is undefinable.
We’re all looking to pacify our modern-day, text-twiddling thumbs.
“Sometimes you’re flush and sometimes you’re bust, and when you’re up, it’s never as good as it seems, and when you’re down, you never think you’ll be up again, but life goes on.”
Own your ups and downs, weaknesses and strengths.
Take time to parse through the thoughts in vast lengths.
Be good to your cute little self.
Feel your zeal.
#jokes — Let’s do some simple addition, I’m totally weird. But in all seriousness, we find our true direction in the waves of change. Onward, friends!