I still have a number of friends who speak about social media as if it is evil incarnate. I respect their opinion, but for me, I have so many important people in my life who live in disparate time zones, that this is still the best way to feel connected to their lives.
And yesterday, I discovered another useful thing about Facebook. When I moved to London in the mid 80s, and then to Vancouver in the early 90s, I know I had just as many cultural experiences, faux-pas, observations, and complaints, but for the most part, I did not write it down. Even more importantly, I did not have an audience. And unlike some of the people I work with, I do not have a photographic memory.
This time, after 4 Years in Sweden, I discovered, and uncovered, some brilliant witticisms. I cannot say for sure that someone else, someone famous perhaps, has already said these things, but if I publish them here, then I am the pre-famous person who will later be attributed to these golden quotes.
If you don’t like your reality, move it.
Why didn’t you guys tell me that I was insane?
Goal. Earning money should be as fun as spending it.
Learn to love yourself and others will follow.
There is a cat on my back.
I am all about the sauce.
I am losing my words.
You are the architect of your own life. But one building is never enough.
I have accepted the fact I will never be a hand model.
Set me free from all unreliable people.
So good to be home surrounded by maple syrup.