This post has nothing to do with math. You’re welcome. Relax and enjoy your coffee.
Our thoughts can be powerful… and maybe, at the end of the day, they’re all we have.
They have the power to make or break our day, our week, or our year.
They have the power to mend and heal or tear down and destroy.
They have the power to recreate or stagnate.
So often, they depress us, they drag us down, they keep us locked away from the outside world in fear.
We all live in our heads, and like a good friend of mine is fond of saying, “When you’re stuck in your own head, you’re behind enemy lines.”
That’s why I so often need friends to bounce things off—isolation is a killer.
Some of the most rewarding conversations I’ve ever had have been with people who have simply told me I’m not crazy for thinking or feeling a certain way—that even if it’s the wrong way to think about something, they can understand where I’m coming from.
That opens up the door to this rush of freedom.
So when you’re down, when you’re stuck, or when you’re convinced you’re crazy…
Talk to someone. Because after all...
I promise you're not alone.
We are not the sum of our thoughts, and just because you think it, doesn’t mean it’s true.