For breath is the bridge that connects life to consciousness, the bridge that unites your body to your thoughts. We also don’t need to acknowledge every single little anomaly snag within the fabric of ourselves. You can’t scare me I’m a social worker. It has become far too popular to be a mental case.
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Yes, we have issues. We all have issues, but we are MORE than those issues, whatever they be. When your issues ARE what defines you, that’s when you have and ARE the problem. Issues lead to Disability and the only true disability is a Bad Attitude; which is what we have when we feel the need to advertise our Issues. Learning to live with chaos, imperfection, difficulties. Took me a long time to understand how to live with these things that are just life and will always be there in some form. Ride the wave instead of running to shore each time, you learn to enjoy life and it’s ups and downs. I’m still not there because the latest wave is a big one. But I’m learning. The food in Vietnam is truly something you have to experience. It’s something that even though you can taste outside of the country, it’s just different there. Street food and shops like these really make the experience much better. Even now, I miss the sugarcane carts and street vendors. When ready player one and avatar come out im waiting until they go to redbox to watch them. Since the director dissed mcu and stan lee. Taken alone, bánh mì means bread in Vietnamese, however most locals understand bánh mì to be a family of different sandwiches. Found on the streets as well as in restaurants, these sandwiches are made from baguettes inspired by France’s colonial influence in Vietnam. I lived in Hanoi with my girlfriend for a few months, and we ended up living in a location that hadn’t housed foreigners previously. Our neighbors were intrigued that an American. You can’t scare me I’m a social worker. Saw it again today still cried and made note of one or two who weren’t present at the end. First time I failed to notice who doesn’t look American and someone from Britain were living there.