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"Find joy in everything you do— every job, relationship, home; it is your responsibility to love it or change it." Chuck Pakahniuk
What I hate is ignorance, smallness of imagination, the eye that sees no farther than its own lashes. All things are possible. Who you are is limited only by who you think you are.
I also believe that introversion is my greatest strength. I have such a strong inner life that I’m never bored and only occasionally lonely. No matter what mayhem is happening around me, I know I can always turn inward.
Your value should not be determined by how somebody else has treated you.
Too young and too far away.
An alcoholic and his son
Gawker writes about two “crazy” Russian photographers who scale huge, not-meant-to-be-climbed landmarks and photograph their views (above: the Cologne Cathedral). Maybe they’ll make their way to Chicago one day.
1. They don’t like people.
2. They’re unfriendly, standoffish and aloof.
3. They lack emotions, and feel thing less intensely than others.
4. They’re not interested in what matters to other people – they don’t share their excitement or feel their pain.
5. They’re not easily hurt by others. You can exclude them, leave them out or walk over their feelings and it won’t affect them deeply.
6. They’re more serious, and have less of a sense of humour than extroverts.
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