Reading: Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami
Last read: You Just Don't Understand!: Women and Men in Conversations by Deborah Tannen (A MUST READ), A Child Named "It" by Dave Pelzer (NOT BAD), A Dance With Dragons by GRRM (4.5/5)
Interested in why I picked these books, or want to recommend me some more? Just pm me. I love books.
Life is what you make it. You can sulk that you don't have what you don't have, or you make the most of what you do have.
It is up to you to pick one or the other.
I'm poor as shit, and I'm also happy as hell. I slept on my grandpa's hardwood floor, and was happy.
EDIT: I wasn't happy to sleep on the floor, I just meant in general I was happy.
you no when you are born you wil die also its part of our live
but when you die only time can tell
4 hours. I'd rather deal with the crisis all at once and just go out with a bang than spend the next 4 years in constant fear of that time crunching finish. I have a bit of anxiety that I can generally keep under control at all times, but nights before big events (even ones I'm excited about) I have trouble sleeping. If I had 4 years to live I'd spend every day wondering "OH GOD AM I USING MY TIME WISELY ENOUGH?"...pass. If I had 4 hours I'd be able to deal with it better.