I like money.
You know why?
Because money can replace everything.
It lets you buy things.
It lets you buy lives.
It lets you buy people.
It lets you buy hearts.
It lets you buy happiness.
It lets you buy dreams.
I love money because it’s so important and yet not irreplaceable.
So, looking at it the other way around,
I hate irreplaceable things.
“I can’t live without this”.
“That’s the only reason I’m alive”.
“That’s my only purpose in life”.
Things that have scarcity value like that piss me off the most.
Just as you can never guarantee that the person you like will like you back, you can never guarantee that the person you hate will hate you.
Nor is it always possible that they'll let you hate them.
There's no human who is all bad.
There's no human who is all evil.
No one has the same personality when viewed from all angles,
and no one has the same personality at all times.
When you go on a journey, there are things you learn for the first time.
That this scenery is indispensable.
That people change, the world changes, even when you're not looking.
That there's no such this as a 'nothing' day.
That your house has its own smell.
If you want to learn those things, you've gotta get moving. Then just keep moving until you see something you've never seen before.
No matter how far you go, the world is big, you'll definitely find something new.
It's a little scary, but I know you can do it.
Because people who feel the same way will find you right away.