Arguments about what people should or shouldn’t do only distract from the reality of what people are actually doing.
Life is what happens from 9 to 5. Evenings and weekends are just commercials that break up the regularly scheduled program.
You can fake love, wealth and happiness, but you can’t fake fitness.
All I have to do to become a poet is read every poem ever written, starting with Homer.
What people/characters want is usually very different from what they need.
Life imitates life. The start of a new year is like the first flowers after a bitter winter, which is like a fiery sunrise after a moonless night, which reminds us of birth, which is like waking up after a long nap, which feels like forgiveness, finite youth, and limitless possibility.