Quote by Mason Cooley
Every day begins with an act of courage and hope: getting out of bed.
This quote suggests that the simple act of getting out of bed each day requires both courage and hope. It implies that every morning, individuals are faced with challenges, fears, or uncertainty, but they muster the strength to confront them by mustering their courage. Additionally, the quote emphasizes the significance of hope, as it inspires people to face the new day with optimism and expectation for something better. Ultimately, the quote highlights the resilience and inner strength needed to face life's challenges and start each day anew.
And when I was young, my family was perfectly nice. I write a lot about it, as you noticed. But it was rather limited. I think, I don't think anyone in my family would really feel I'd done them an injustice by saying that. We didn't see many people. There were many books. It was as if I wanted to get away from home.
The world was so unbearably pretty, and it continued being so all the way down the mountain to school. I felt slightly high because of the beauty, and the inside of my head tickled. I wondered if this is how artists go through life, with all of its sensations tickling their craniums like a peacock feather..