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BILL WATTERSON ‘A cartoonist’s advice’

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BILL WATTERSON ‘A cartoonist’s advice’

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BILL WATTERSON ‘A cartoonist’s advice’

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BILL WATTERSON ‘A cartoonist’s advice’

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BILL WATTERSON ‘A cartoonist’s advice’

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BILL WATTERSON ‘A cartoonist’s advice’

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TREAT EVERYONE LIKE THEY’RE DYING

"Beginning today, treat everyone you meet as if he/she were going to be dead by midnight. Extend to them all of the care, kindness and understanding you can muster. And do so with no thought of any reward. Your life will never be the same again.” Augustine Mandino

“Everything that’s difficult you should be able to laugh about.”
“I’m always suspicious—I’ll say this—if I think a comedian’s too good-looking and they were a great athlete when they were young, I almost can’t believe that they’re going to be any good. Do you know what I mean? And sometimes I’ll have some really good-looking intern on the show who tells me that he’s also like a great basketball player or something that says “I’m thinking of getting into stand-up” and I just want to say “No no no no, this is for us. This is our consolation prize.” Our consolation prize is that you know, we couldn’t do all those things, so we had to hyper-develop this weird self-abusive… whatever it is.”
— Conan O’Brien  (via backseatsman)

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“Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.”
— Plato
“We should laugh before being happy, for fear of dying without having laughed.”
— JEAN DE LA BRUYÈRE, 17th-century French essayist
“I know how to do it now. There are thirteen million people in the world. None of those people is an extra. They’re all the leads of their own stories. They have to be given their due.”
— Caden Cotard from “Synecdoche, New York