dont give me responsibilities when theres a computer near by
We were supposed to be working on this marketing assignment on computers the other day in school but instead of doing that I went to the red robin menu and just started looking at food
we are patient with babies, accept their mistakes and giggle and photograph their inevitable mistakes. human nature seems to be to gently nudge them in the right direction, while hopefully still reassuring them that they still have growing to do so whatever they do in this period is fine. why do we not do that for ourselves when we grow past the age of fifteen or sixteen or whatever the age is? we’re suddenly subdued into a world of being “held accountable for your actions”, and becoming characterized by little errors we are still inevitably going to make, and that is where I think a lot of problems stem from. a harsh dose of stoicism when all you’ve learned in life thus far has been reassurance.