Improve your Situation by Location

In true dialogue, both sides are willing to change.

Thich Nhat Hanh

“You don’t want to live in a society like this, yet you don’t want to do anything about it!”

I’m going to buy an island,
live alone out on the open sea
And I can solve the problem of society
If it’s only composed of me

What we’ve got here is a failure to communicate.

Cool Hand Luke (1967)

“Go and live with her, then! See if I care.”

“Well, I will! She knows how to treat a man!
She’s always happy to see me,
never nags, or brings up my shortcomings.
She forgives and forgets because she loves me unconditionally.
And no matter what time I get home, she greets me at the door with my slippers in her mouth.”

While it is widely debated, many linguists believe that language originated around 100,000BC

“If you leave now, you get nothing.”

“But if you stay, you will also get nothing. So it’s one of those common lose-lose situations.”

Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn.

Gone with the Wind (1939)

“Could you be happy here with me?”

“Opposed to any other person, in any other place? How can you honestly ask that with a straight face?”

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16 thoughts on “Improve your Situation by Location

  1. Love the solution in the first one. There are moments when that seems like a viable solution! Son#2 wants a dog badly! But not for bringing slippers but just for company and to be excited to see him come home…

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  2. Unconditional love is only from God, shown by Jesus. In this life there cant be such a thing. Keep up the good work, you did great πŸ‘Œ

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