try to relax and enjoy the crisis!
his name is brilliant. ashleigh brilliant. a british-born author, now living in california. and his brilliant thoughts made me laugh in the darkest of times. as this crisis qualifies as such, i put some of my (well, his:) favourite sayings together, that somehow, inspite of being written years and years ago, fit the current situation perfectly. so, as mr. brilliant would say ”try to relax and enjoy the crisis”. and his sayings.
more brilliant thoughts on ashleighbrilliant.com
It’s not easy taking my problems one at a time when they refuse to get in line.
I feel much better, now that I’ve given up hope.
There has been an alarming increase in the number of things you know nothing about.
If you can neither accept it or change it, try to laugh at it.
I don’t have any solution, but I certainly admire the problem.
My social life is much better, since I stopped spending it with other people.
Everything takes longer than you expect, even when you expect it to take longer than you expect.
One possible reason why things aren’t going according to plan is that there never was a plan.
There’s no harm in talking to yourself, but try to avoid telling yourself jokes you’ve heard before.
Once I wanted total happiness – now I will settle for a little less pain.
Most of my problems have no answer or else the answer is worse than the problem.
Please don’t tell me there’s no need to worry, it’s the only thing I’m any good at.
I waited and waited, and when no message came, I knew it must have been from you.