July 5, 2003
We have instruction booklets for everything. Directions for our computers, handbooks for our cars, even books on how to be a good mother. We go to school to learn how to add, to integrate, to understand the inner workings of our own brains. I've never had a problem with that, I've always believed what I've been told because it worked. But if I ask how I'm supposed to live, everyone has a different answer. I can't think that everyone is right, I can't think that everyone is wrong. It's best not to ask, I guess. It's best just to live.