Quote by Sloane Crosley
The hardest thing is spending twelve hours a day accommodating the rest of the world, then going home at night and criticizing it. I would be curious about what I'd write if I didn't have to worry about offending.
This quote highlights the challenge of balancing professional and personal life. It expresses the difficulty of dedicating significant time and effort to serving others during the day, only to find oneself criticizing the same world at home. The author expresses curiosity about how their perspective might differ if they were free to express their true thoughts without fear of offending others. The quote makes us reflect on the complexities of being empathetic and accommodating in our professional lives, while also desiring a space to express our unfiltered opinions.
But it is a blessed provision of nature that at times like these, as soon as a man's mercury has got down to a certain point there comes a revulsion, and he rallies. Hope springs up, and cheerfulness along with it, and then he is in good shape to do something for himself, if anything can be done.