Yesterday, I took a little road trip. Five hours by myself to come home for spring break. In this time alone, I came to realize a few gems of knowledge that I have accumulated over the years. I will share them now.
Just like in Kindergarten, the best way to make friends is still by sharing your snacks. It probably always will be.
People who own their own cars are well-rounded individuals. Not because they have the responsibility of owning a vehicle, but because they have their own private space for yelling and singing at the top of their lungs.
Too much time spent with anyone, even if you love them, is probably not a good idea.
No matter how fast you go, someone will always want to pass you. So slow down. (Think about it. It’s deep.)
The people in your life that are in authority over you are in fact wiser most of the time. Listen to them.
If you can’t laugh at yourself, you’re going to spend a whole heck of a lot of time being upset at others who can.
When you find good friends, hold on tight. When you find a good boyfriend, keep a loose grip. Just in case.
People can only upset you to the extent which you allow them.
Spending all of your time contemplating the mysteries of the universe can make you miss out on recognizing the awe of its wonders.
Everybody talks to everyone about everything. So be ready for that when you tell anyone anything.
And lastly, the only thing that ultimately matters is God. Live that way.
That is all.