The price of wisdom isn’t age, it’s pain — and that’s a good thing. Everyone can learn something from misery and use it to create.
Going to the doctor is a thing of the past. And we, my friends, live in the future.
It sounds counterintuitive, but at a certain point, growth leads to choice. It’s a burden of choice (and the fear of choosing poorly) that keeps people from moving forward.
Ending a friendship is hard, but nothing is more important. There’s an equilibrium to life, and in my experience, the Universe tends to balance the scales.