Sanity is simply the ability of the mind to adjust to reality. If we can’t adjust, we either hide from reality, or we put our selves above life, where we’re super-beings who don’t have to follow the rules.
You put up buildings and borrow on them. It’s like a pyramid, only if you’re not careful, that pyramid can fall down.
Time was a swiftly flowing river that had no shores, no boundaries. Its seasons were not winter, spring, fall or summer, but birthdays and joys and troubles and pain.
There was only one lesson a girl had to remember: A man was soft when he was hard and hard when he was soft.