“Whatever you are doing in life, obstacles don’t matter very much. Pain or other circumstances can be there, but if you want to do a job bad enough, you’ll find a way to get it done.” – Jack Youngblood
Life and death, energy and peace. If I stop today, it was still worth it. Even the terrible mistakes that I made and would have unmade if I could. The pains that have burned me and scarred my soul, it was worth it, for having been allowed to walk where I’ve walked, which was to hell on earth, heaven on earth, back again, into, under, far in between, through it, in it, and above. – Gia Marie Carangi (1960-1986), Gia (1998 film by Angelina Jolie)
“I never hit a shot, not even in practice, without having a sharp, in focus picture of it in my head.” – Jack Nicklaus
“Your future hasn’t been written yet…so go ahead and make it a good one!” – Sue Augustine, 101 Success Secrets for Women
“When you talk, I will listen!”
Andrea Blythe Barrett dials a number randomly late one night when she decides not to attend their school prom after her breakup with Alvin. A guy named Wacky answers the phone and soon becomes her bosom buddy after a week of exchanging calls and messages. Just when they are about to realize that they are starting to like each other, along comes a series of miscommunication when Alvin decides to win Andrea back.
Andrea tells her best friend Codie that she’s falling for Wacky, but she tells her sister Casey that she’s not yet over Alvin. Alvin tells Wacky that he wants Andrea back, and Casey tells Wacky that Andrea is still in love with Alvin. Hearing this from Casey, Wacky decides to keep Andrea at arm’s length and helps Alvin win Andrea back but Alvin tells Codie that Wacky is mad upon learning that Andrea likes him because she is making him a rebound. Codie, soon tells Andrea that Wacky hates her and Andrea becomes furious about Casey telling Wacky that she’s still in love with Alvin and to Codie giving Alvin the phone number of Wacky. Andrea affronts Alvin for approaching Wacky, and she disses Wacky for believing anything he hears without asking her.
After many phone calls and a lot of tears, it’s time to call it a day and switch all their cell phones off. Until they will not learn the value of direct communication, nobody is going to talk.
“Happiness for any reason is just another form of misery.” – The Upanishads, Happy For No Reason
“God asks no man whether he will accept life. That is not the choice. You must take it. The only choice is how.” – Henry Ward Beecher