Nobody laughs at their nightmares better than Shane Burcaw. Watch this comedian drive his wheelchair through the Taco Bell drive-thru: http://youtu.be/ZqfhFK-pA1Q and if you can, donate a few bucks to help Shane spread his message of positivity and bravery to schools across the country: http://igg.me/at/shaneburcaw.
Question friends: At what point do you stop doing nice things for people when you get nothing in return? I believe in paying it forward, karma and doing whatever I can - whenever I can, but do you draw the line when you don't get any appreciation back? Or do you continue to spread the kindness of your heart with no repercussions?
This has been a conflicting topic in my life for awhile. Am I a " always say yes" person or a "never say no" person?
Not only did I make a terrible career move, but I chose not to be with the only woman in the world that I can see myself with the rest of my life.
Post a picture of yourself that captured you in in a different light that's usually seen.
It could be a moment of shock, unabridged bliss, heartbreaking sadness, playful sexiness, unconstrained excitement, etc. No holds barred - just keep it legal folks.
Can we ever be truly satisfied? Or does true satisfaction settle in once you've...settled?
Consumerism capitalizes on dissatisfaction, as well as so many other influences we have in our lives. Could satisfaction be just another fleeting emotion like happiness, in which it cannot be sustained due to it's circumstantial …