There are times when someone may say something to you and you immediately disagree or wonder, why would he think that?
I’m laying down, unable to sleep since it’s earlier than my typical bedtime.
Never settle for less than what you really want.
People say they’re owed an apology.
Regardless of what’s going on around you there are always two things you can control – your actions and your reactions.
I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “Don’t mistake my kindness for weakness” or “don’t take my kindness for weakness,” and it led me to another saying, a quote that I wrote. Before I share the quote, let me explain how it came about.
As a literal person, I’m working on seeing and relating to people based on face value.
I was driving home one night and gazed up at the sky while driving over a bridge.
From the very moment we met … wait , let me be honest … from within five minutes of when we first met … it felt as if we were old friends who’d drifted apart, stumbled across each other, and sat down to catch up on what had changed since the last time we’d been in touch.
You ask someone a question and they say, “I don’t know.” I think, “Bullsh*t.” I’ll explain my reasoning.