Someone came to my place of employment today and tried to order lunch.
(I work at a non-profit.)
It pays to assess situations from a distance, take stock, make sure you’re responding appropriately to the reality of things instead of the idea of things.
Nothing lifts a weight like ceasing to pay attention or care about things (or people) that no longer concern you.
When something doesn’t feel good, pay attention to that.
I need a vacation.
Minor chords are assholes.
Tender hearts are worth it.