For some, values in life come down to money and time.
One glance. That’s all someone needs in order to form an opinion.
I was sitting in a church pew this morning, and I came across a notation about structure. Whether you are religious or not, the message can pertain to your life.
Shouldn’t we love what we do everyday? In theory, yes, of course. No one should lead an unhappy life.
I was always into literature and writing. From getting my thoughts out onto paper, whether it was writing or drawing up a comic or short story, or even love notes to all the ladies.
Why not take the time to learn about what makes you happy and what lessons you can learn from an experience, and take a positive from it?
After getting acquainted with everything, I let myself go. I let my mind start to wonder, as I darkened my surroundings, ready to embrace what was about to go down.
As you read on, you’ll see this isn’t so much a “Kobe Bryant” piece, but a “Life” piece.
I look back on my teen years and wonder, “What if?” I look back on my twenties and wonder, “Why then?” I even look back on the last few years of my life and wonder, “What am I waiting for?”