Tuesday, April 10, 2012

“Real dishes break. That's how you know they're real.” ― Marty Rubin

Is to be vulnerable a "first-world problem?" I think it's a human experience valuable to all. We don't just get hungry for food, but for love too.

The struggle to jump off the cliff, not be scared and take risks says something about the character of a person. Numbing ourselves or denying opportunities because we are scared that we'll fail ensures that we'll lose out on part of the best human experience is - happiness.

It's a tough lesson but important to remember: you can't control anything but you must live and accept what comes, good or bad.

“What happens when people open their hearts?"...
"They get better.”
― Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood

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