We walked about halfway to the counter with the game he wanted to sell before I got distracted with some shiny object or another. I probably wasn’t going to buy anything, but as I looked around the well-lit store, painted in bright colors, warm, and inviting, I couldn’t help but feel inspired, especially as we left the humble store. He bought a new game and I found more friends that would buy my extra games.
“She showed me this piece of cloth and said, “this is yours,” but I just thought to myself, “but I don’t want it…”. It was all very weird.” We might be taught by society, family/friends, or advertising that abundance is excellence. Why would you not want the latest car, truck, or money pit endeavor? Don’t you want to decorate your abode with the fanciest furniture, richest relics, and priceless products? What do you want, then?
“I hope you do something nice for yourself. Other than reading, writing, or rowing.” “I was thinking of drinking an unhealthy amount of energy drinks. Otherwise, I had thought of doing things in Seattle or elsewhere, but nothing was appealing. ” I had been anticipating my birthday for a few weeks. I wanted to prepare myself to do whatever I wanted when I woke up. Explore the city on a nice summer day? Or do nothing?