What would it take to get another Mighty Ducks film where Emilio Estevez brings on Tegan and Sara as assistant coaches, and the team learns about hockey and acceptance and rock music?
That you have failed many times is really nothing tragic. You are fundamentally aware through your experiences that failure does not kill you. Failure is a devastator that can’t pull it’s own trigger. So if you’ve failed and you’re still alive, failure is nothing. You want to be a rebel in these perfectionist times, you embrace your failure and keep going. Build up that resiliency, give it another go and take notes when it busts. Science it up man.
"All the pictures that hung in my memory before I knew you have faded and given place to our radient moments together. Now I cannot live apart from you… Your words are my food, your breath is my wine. You are everything to me."
— Sarah Bernhardt
Remember a while back when you were talking about that scene in Shutter Island, and how it took you too a different place? And I told you I would make a list of things that do that to me? I’ve been thinking about it, lately, and this is one of those things. I know it’s long, but just sit down, close your eyes, and listen to the whole thing. It will take you to another place.