Our values are always imperfect. Time will pass and even what seemed the most correct and important will be invariably reviewed. This is natural and normal. To change and change does not mean to be fickle, unstable, or frivolous. It is often about wisdom, flexibility and growth (over oneself).
Someone told me once, live for the little things.
Live for sunrise at 5am and sunset at 5pm, live for road trips, bike rides with music in your ears and wind in your hair, live for dancing in the rain, live for laughter until your stomach hurts, live for your favorite songs and good books for the sake of smiles for no reason, for the sake of long conversations, for the sake of cookies and tea, for the sake of rest after a long hard day, for the sake of a sparkle in the eyes.
Live for the adventures of the night and for the stars that see you home.
Live for people who remember that you drink tea without sugar and hate onions.
Live for the first kiss and long walks, for hugs and new acquaintances. For unexpected gifts and a long-awaited yes.
Live for the little things that make you feel alive.
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I realized that a person should be your size, so that you do not have to become smaller, so as not to annoy him. And don't get angry. It's complicated. It's like living in a house where the ceiling is just below your height, it's a little uncomfortable all the time, and then there's so much discomfort that all you have to do is get out so as not to stay with your head in your shoulders for the rest of your life.