WHAT MY MOTHER SHOWED ME...
It's OK to fail at something and be OK with it.
Ordinary stillness serves a purpose.
Everyone carries a package all their life, tightly folded, hidden from the world.
Beware of too much, too little. The same that buoys can sink.
A nature walk is the most simple form of science.
Comfort can come from an open field, but also from fences that are high enough.
Beware of those hawking bargain affection from the back seat of their cars.
Kind silence can sometimes heal a hurt that conversation could make worse.
Recommend bad movies as a form of revenge.