Tanning is tricky, because a lot of people just look orange.
A magnetic personality doesn't necessarily indicate a good heart.
Working with special needs children is hard.
I'm very hard on my bags because I tend to carry a lot of stuff with me.
I can scarcely stand to have a manicure. I have to have them because you don't want to look like a disgusting human being - it's self-care and it has to happen, but I get very restless.
What I find so interesting about people is the choices they make, and how that effects their behavior, their sense of self and their relationships.
You know when someone's over-flattering you in a way. You smile but you can't believe it.
Doing the right thing has power.
It's always nice when you do something and it's well received as opposed to the other way which God knows happens to everybody. When the good times come around, you take a deep breath, appreciate it, but not take it too seriously.
Traits like humility, courage, and empathy are easily overlooked - but it's immensely important to find them in your closest relationships.
I think everyone's experience with a terminal disease is so deeply personal and unique to the person, the context in which they're living and the relationships that they have.
It is always good to explore the stuff you don't agree with, to try and understand a different lifestyle or foreign worldview. I like to be challenged in that way, and always end up learning something I didn't know.
I crave a cone of silence every once in while.
I hope that anyone I worked with wouldn't exploit our relationship.
Some people's personalities are so compelling that they command attention.
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