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I'm not saying you are jealous or insecure. I'm just saying that you obsessing over another person's accomplishments makes you look that way.
A lot of people don't like me. I take that as evidence that I have done something beautifully different or something extraordinary.
Parenting is the greatest pay it forward system on earth. We don't owe our parents anything. We owe our children everything. The same was true for our parents. The same will be true for our children.
Sometimes to be a good parent... You have to laugh when you want to be angry. You have to be angry when you want to laugh. And that is why good parenting is tough.
Mirrors have three purposes. To show you who you are. To show you who you were. And to show you who you want to be.
If bullies actually believe that somebody loves them and believes in them, they will love themselves, they will become better people, and many will even become saviors to the bullied.
Happiness comes from striving to make tomorrow better than today and being at peace when yesterday was better than today as well.
Who I am is not the same minute to minute or day to day. There are far too many variables for that to ever be true, for me, or for anyone.
If you don’t want your past to own you, try owning your past.
Certain girls deserve lots of flowers. You are one of them.
It’s time we stand up and demand more of the fathers of this world. It’s time we stop buying into their rationalizations and their sorry explanations. It’s time we give our kids a fighting chance.
Improvement is always on the schedule for tomorrow. Change is always taking place some time in the future. It’s human nature.
Children are gifts. They are not ours for the breaking. They are ours for the making.
People who love themselves, don’t hurt other people. The more we hate ourselves, the more we want others to suffer.
I’m not going to miss 95% of life to weigh 5% less.
Every success and failure of any relationship is two-sided. No matter how thin, the pancake always has two sides. Yes, I blew my marriages. And so did they.
I will never have greater respect than for the man that realizes he was wrong and graciously admits it without a single excuse.
Death is most terrifying to those who have yet to live.
What haunts me far more than anything I’ve ever done are the things I haven’t done.
Life and love are not about what you know, but about what you know you don't know.
Sometimes we need to look at everything going wrong in our lives and admit to ourselves, "I am the only common denominator here.
You want to be popular? It’s easy to do. Just be a total weirdo and love yourself for it.
One of life’s ironies is that the more honest and vulnerable you are, the more others try to discredit you as a fraud and a fake. Shut them up by not caring.
One of the greatest acts of service you can do is to find someone who is secretly lonely and be a friend to them, if only for a day.
I do not see the point in dressing and acting and speaking in a way that makes you feel more comfortable and me feel less comfortable.
One of the greatest tragedies I can think of is for a person to die having never fully questioned the life he was born into.
If you want to change the world, first change yourself, then tell others how you did it. Never demand that people change. Inspire them to change using your own change as an example instead.
Only those willing to truly risk everything will gain everything. No person ever rose to greatness without the willingness to lose it all.
Who do you want to surround yourself with? People who can pull you up to their level of greatness? Or people who will happily pull you down to theirs?
Be a little less obsessed with how I live my life and a little more obsessed with how you live your own.
I have learned that trying to control other people’s opinions of you is the fastest possible route to unhappiness.
You’d be hard-pressed to find an old person who would trade in a true friend for any amount of popularity or fame. You'd also be hard-pressed to find a young person who wouldn't.
I am not where I am because of luck. I am where I am because I took risks others weren’t willing to take. The world rewards the risk takers. It always has. It always will.
Don't be mad at me for my success. Be mad at yourself for not doing what it takes to get what I have. Then do something amazing with that emotion.
Having a college degree does not make you educated. Always learning new things is what makes you educated.
Fishing is much less about the fishing, and much more about the time alone with your kid, away from the hustle and bustle of the everyday.
Once your past no longer has the power to define you, your future is, quite literally, yours for the taking. Every single beautiful thing you could possibly want or imagine will be yours.
So many people hate me and love me for the exact same reasons. This is all the proof I need that my opinion about myself is the only opinion I should ever care about.
I really believe that it is honesty about our imperfect selves that makes everyone do better and be better.
I will one day accept death with gratitude if I meet it having lived a life that became truly my own.
Nobody on Earth can tell you how you should live your life. Nobody with any real authority anyway.
Our greatest mistakes, if we look at them, and digest them, and interact with them, and learn from them… they can be the greatest moments of our lives.
Find a way to change your attitude for the better and your life will change for the better with little effort from you.
Those who truly want greatness must surround themselves with people even greater than they are.
Be real. Embrace that you have weakness. Because everyone does. Embrace that your body is not perfect. Because nobody’s is. Embrace that you have things you can’t control. We all have a list of them.
Don’t judge me for escaping the stresses and cruelty of the world differently than you do.
Saturday mornings, I’ve learned, are a great opportunity for kids to sneak into your bed, fall back asleep, and kick you in the face.
The goal was never dependent on the route that took me there. It was always dependent on the heart that got me through whatever route opened itself up to my efforts.
The most difficult part of dating as a single parent is deciding how much risk your own child’s heart is worth.
If your dreams and goals get derailed, they're not dead. Derailed simply means off-track. Pick 'em up and put 'em back on again.