Misery is a sign demanding change. It is not telling you “this is it, accept your place.” Misery is not your fortune. It is your opponent, challenging you to change your circumstances, telling you the pieces don’t fit. If you accept misery, you accept defeat. Don’t stop your search for happiness, even if you don’t know what that happiness is. Keep fighting, keep trying, and happiness will find you.
"Don’t try to be coherent all the time; discover the joy of being a surprise to yourself. Being coherent is having always to wear a tie that matches your socks. It means being obliged to keep tomorrow the same opinions you have today.
What about the world, which is always in movement? As long as it doesn’t harm anyone, change your opinion now and again, and contradict yourself without feeling ashamed – you have a right to that.”
Mixed, shaken, and stirred
First taste rich
Second taste burns
I love the flavor I hate
I’m mixed, mistaken, obscured