Be

Do not try — do.


Be good to people.

People you know, love, and kinda like.

People you don’t know.

People who look different, speak different, eat different foods, kiss different people, believe different than you. People who ask silly questions, who give annoying answers, people who look down on you, and people who look up to you.

It’s not that hard.

Who am I kidding? It’s really hard to be. It’s really hard to be good. It’s really even harder to be be good to people.

But to try is an excuse. We need to be.