“I’m not going to get anywhere worrying about a reality that doesn’t exist. To quote The Truman Show: we accept the reality with which we’re presented. If it’s not in front of my face, I don’t see it.”
For every rule don’t we know an exception?
At the start of 2018, writer and editor Loryn Stone undertook a very simple yet…
in life and on the stage manners as a set of edicts will carry us well enough. You’ll be able to amble through a scene effectively enough by following the flow chart of what to say and when. However, to really get at something special? That takes listening. It takes patience and understanding.
This isn’t another post about discipline, or work ethic. I said yesterday that I know what I have to do. This is a post about a depression.
It’s interesting enough seeing all the religious sites and history associated with Israel , but it’s so much more wonderful and impactful seeing them in the context of a living, thousands years old city with day to day life through it.
“-when I came back I thought, ‘I guess I’m gonna give this another shot.’ It took a lot of work. A lot of work. It was making the decision that instead of ignoring the fact that I have a certain brain chemistry I decided to do what I could to get better.”