NYC is that crazy person. that’s just how it is in NYC
"You want to hear what just happened to me? I was in the subway station, and this man came walking by me. He seemed really angry and was talking gibberish and screaming about how he was going to kill anyone who talked to him. So I thought: ‘That guy’s crazy, I’m gonna keep away from him.’ Then two minutes later, another young man walked by and collapsed right in front of me, and started having a seizure. I bent down to help him, and you know what happened? The crazy guy bent down and said: ‘He’s having a seizure! Turn him on his side!’
I thought: ‘Wait a second! Weren’t you just crazy?’”
I hate quotes like this. It minimizes all the people out there working hard, delivering a product or a service, but not feeling “passionate” about it. Would she still be plugging away, feeling passionate if nobody was buying her jewelry?
As another article in Fast Company said, "You don’t have to ‘feel like’ doing something in order to do it.”
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