Last week, I said “That’s okay!” a few dozen times.
It’s about who we are becoming as human beings and about being humble students of our own lives.
Because I believed it to be true, I subconsciously looked for it to be true, and I unknowingly interpreted encounters to fit that mold.
Allowing interruptions isn’t caring less about yourself or your plans — it’s caring more about what you see, hear and experience than you do about your control over your minute, hour, day or week.
I don’t make laws. If I wait to act until I do, I will never be the change I wish to see in the world.
First, we realize the impact our home environments made on us. However, that’s only half the battle.
It is a shame that we have no memory of the experience of learning how to walk.
I don’t think I realized how fast life moves at the University until it was time for summer — time to stop and rest.
Living in a community, however large or small, is a gift.
Space: /spās/ noun. “The dimensions of height, depth and width within which all things exist and move.”