What’s sad about this is that we should know better by know. Kids don’t have to have the perfect life. And yet, they shouldn’t have to deal with the constant arguments of their parents who can’t seem to see what’s really important.
How long has it been since you’ve been still? When was the last time you did nothing — absolutely nothing, except to witness the world pass you by? Only by unplugging will we start to see what really matters, what we really need.
Yes, we should love our body. We should be proud of its strength and what it allows us to do. What we don’t need are the eyes of others to tell us how good our body is. Our sense of self, our confidence, should do that for us.
Television is having a golden moment again with jaw-dropping series that leave us wanting more. But is this how we’re always going to spend our days, our nights? When was the last time you looked up at the stars?
We don’t care how dangerous your country home has become, we really can’t have you stay here. No, we’re sure you don’t have our same dreams and aspirations. How could you, when your face is blended with the thousand other faces coming our way?
Remember time? Oh yes, where has the time gone by? Who knows? I’m so busy now. We’re so busy, we have no time to meet. When has 2015 gone by? Oh, who knows! Where have our 20s gone by? Ah, God, I don’t know!