I found this picture powerful. Under the desk.
This really is a very realistic view of a particular type of man. This is another way of looking at the different “American Psycho” this is “American Levite” of sorts.
Captain Q deliciously values his soul and the souls of others 😉 Not to mention he deftly points out both the contradictions and beauties of being published but also possessing a “secret alcove” where you can be terrible and feel gratified at knowing you won’t be judged. You need spaces like that too.
This is so true. So true. So true.
If your parents didn’t love and understand each other, how are we to know what love looks like?
There aren’t courses or classes in love.
If the grown-ups know how to take care of each other, then the children who grow up in this environment will naturally know how to love, understand, and bring happiness to others.
The most precious inheritance that parents can give their children is their own happiness.
Our parents may be able to leave us money, houses, and land, but they may not be happy people.
If we have happy parents, we have received the richest inheritance of all.
Thich Nhat Hanh
Day 33 of the 35 Days of Love
an anthem one can sing 🙂
Did you know that sometimes when it seems like men are writing or talking or singing about something, often it is actually about a lady? Sometimes it’s a chick they want to bang, and sometimes it’s about a chick they have previously banged and now have bad feelings about, and sometimes it’s about how women in general are fickle and treacherous. I mean, they’re SO fickle and treacherous that men can’t even straight up say “yo, I hate women” without a bunch of shrill females getting their bloomers in a bunch.
Men had to invent metaphors so that they could publicly trash-talk their exes and then be like “Haha what? Noooooo, this song isn’t about you. It’s about a literal venus flytrap plant that eats literal insects. It’s not because you crushed my spirit like an ant beneath your shapely foot.”
Men love metaphors because they make them feel smart and sneaky, even when…
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