“The world is full of unmet friends,” Adam writes in his new journal soon after he turns sixteen. He’s a runner and an introvert who has spent most of the last four years running and reading. Running made him stronger and more self-confident; reading taught him all he knows about the opposite sex: women are fascinating and often unobtainable. Until....
Each generation finds its distractions, little addictions that make us feel something, that connect us to others in our world. We live in these spaces between obligation and necessity, these little spaces which sustain our cores, feed our souls. We need more; we deserve more.
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"A dear friend once told me to count my blessings. It’s taken me my whole life to finally finishing counting. Wait; I just thought of another one. I’ve seen the world through the eyes of a child, friend, teenager, athlete, musician, artist, scholar, protege, poet, lover, inventor, traveler, solver, spouse, parent, leader, mentor, grandparent––and now author. Where our blessings happen and where they lead us doesn’t matter. Our most precious gifts are the friends and family who share our journey. So keep your chin up and remember that the world is full of unmet friends."
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