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They give reasons for a group’s lack of success or excuse others from being productive members of society. Take pride in your work because others have sacrificed much to make your life how it is. Some people will call you out, they’ll call you to action, tell you to man up, offer you no excuse but to take action and take control of your life.
These are not your leaders nor your friends, they are your enemies. The act of putting effort into something, forgetting the return on the investment, is its own reward. We’re here to, in some capacity, work, because to NOT do so is to throw away the blessing that is life, the sacrifices others have made to see us where we are right now. Others, they’ll gives “reasons” for where you are in life.
I sold all of my furniture, quit my job, bought a car, and spent two months by myself on a cross-country road trip to Alaska.
I assumed my romantic life in Alaska would continue the same way it had everywhere else I lived — sparse and unexciting.
I quit college after a year and moved to California when I was 19; I met my first boyfriend at work, and we dated for three years.
There are those who see kindness as making excuses for others. Do all things in your life to the best of your ability because you have the fundamental understanding that to do anything less is to waste your life, your talent, and the sacrifices that many have made to give you the life and the opportunity you now live. Be very careful as to who you follow (and make no mistake, we all follow someone, if not a number of people, they’re our mentors, our models).
I’m not great with math, but I think that in an area where there are even slightly more men to choose from, your chances of boning a few of them tend to go up exponentially.
I got to Alaska the way most people do: Through personal trauma and a series of questionable decisions.
Don’t get caught following the wolf in sheep’s clothing.
Welcome to “It’s Complicated,” a week of stories on the sometimes frustrating, sometimes confusing, always engrossing subject of modern relationships.