jueves, 3 de septiembre de 2009

Food for thought

“Things which matter most should never be at the mercy of things which matter least.” Goethe

Pause, and think about what really matters to you, then, try to be consistent with yourself, and live accordingly.

2 comentarios:

  1. Ahh, this is the constant struggle of someone like me, who LOVES change. I guess it's because everyone has a certain expectation from me and even though most times I find myself looking after the things that I really love and that really matter, my family mainly expects me to look after the things that THEY love and that want for them to matter to me as well.

    The other day I found myself showing your blog to my best friend and attempting to describing it, or describing you, and then I discovered something. You know how sometimes you don't even realize things until you have to explaing them? I told her I sort of look after you, and well, that's the truth. I admire you not only because you dare to be different, but because you dare to be yourself. As a young Dominican woman living in NYC with a very traditional Dominican family, there's not many people that I can actually look up to or learn a whole lot from. You are one of them, and after thinking about it, I just knew I had to tell you.

    Thank you Sonia for the piece of you that's written and shared here. I never realized how much it mattered and how grateful I am it's here. Thanks!

    Hugs and kisses,

  2. Querida Anel, gracias por tus lindas palabras. Te agradezco tu comentario, de veras. No soy nadie a quien debas admirar, excepto porque siempre tengo el coraje de decir lo que quiero y hacer lo que siento en el corazón -aunque me meto en unos líos que para que te cuento, ja, ja.

    Me halaga que te guste mi blog. Es un honor que me leas, y disfrutes con mis posts. Un abrazo enorme!

    Mil gracias :).