2 comments on “I’ll call you when I’m done being number one

    • A friend borrowed my computer and found the bookmark to my blog and wrote this. I’m not entirely sure what the meaning behind this was, but I found it made me really think so I left it up. My take on that line was that we need sorrows and struggles in our lives to be able to see the good in life and know the meaning of happiness. Its like light; if it was always bright, how would we be able to truely appreciate it’s brilliance because we wouldn’t know any different. While I’m on this rant, Id like to mention that I think this is why people who grew up with more hardships tend to be happier when they are older because they know the contrast that exists from their present to their past. Or that those who have things bringing them down can feel happier in the small things than normal.

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