Mucha Man wrote:When the world throws you a Jeffrey, stroke a furry wall.
NonTocareLeTete wrote:Watch the film "Get Him to the Greek"
And superking I find it hard to trust anyone who didn't love that movie, I think it's great
Nice post, too, Tommy. I agree, every time I'm bummed out about something I just have to look around to realize how good I have it.
tommy525 wrote:I remember going to the gym one day and seeing this dude working out and realizing he had two artificial limbs. And then on another occasion discovering that he also has two artificial legs, but there he was working out just like anyone else.
That made me feel that I got nothing to complain bout really.
NOw this guy, iv seen a few youtube clips of, but its good to be reminded how one guy got really a rough deck of cards but made a life out of it worth living, best he can.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... -life.html
And then you see and hear about suicides of young people with healthy bodies who can not get over a major event. And im not laughing. Sometimes life hands one a tuff one. But its double sad that they dint get the motivation they needed to live life.
When i lived in very crowded Taipei, one of the good things about wandering around say Ximending was that you see all those people. Some are happy, some are sad at a particular point in time, but we are all human. Subject to many of the same desires/wants/expectations/hopes/despairs/injuries/happiness/sadness et al.
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