Part of our education is learning to make tough choices when faced with myriad options.
Before we are ready to be with another person, we should be ready to be by ourselves.
We are lucky to have choices, but shouldn't stress over them.
The main source of our unwellness is often ourselves.
Blasphemous though it may be to admit this in the Spectator, I love Bwog’s series “Overheard.” I love it because 1.) it makes me feel better about my own penchant for eavesdropping, and 2.) it provides us with such gems as this:
“Little kid, maybe 13 years old, wearing a backpack walking with classmates. With a concerned look at the ashtrays outside of Hamilton: ‘I know there’s a lot of peer pressure at college, but why does everyone have to smoke so much?’”
Good question, kid.
I started writing columns after I got angry.
Aug 21, 12:54pm
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