Mind how you go. That’s a good rule of thumb.
Mind your P’s. And mind your Q’s in particular. The Q’s are there to trip you up, even if you think you know the A’s to each and every one of them.
Mind that you know what’s on your mind, even if you never speak the truth of it to anyone.
Mind that you know who your friends are — who your real friends are — and that you don’t waste time on those whom you’d just like to be your friends, generally for all the wrong reasons.
Mind that you know who is important in your life, even if you can’t confess their names because others would be shocked by the truth — be true to those people, rather than striving to be true to those whom society’s rules tells you should be important to you.
Mind that you don’t lie to your emotions. They’ll only reveal themselves in a raw and more extreme form if kept in check for too long.
Mind that you know at least one person in your life with whom you can sit in total silence, and not feel the need to plug the gap with meaningless words or noise.
Mind that you can be alone, and enjoy the solitude; but mind also that you know when the comforting solitude turns uncomfortably close to loneliness.
Mind that you constantly retain at least two wild, crazy and totally impractical schemes as ideas for the future.
Mind that you occasionally manage to say things that you would usually only say when drunk.
Mind that life doesn’t pass you by, but that if it does it’s because you’ve chosen to let it.
Mind that you never lose the opportunity to be spontaneous; do mind if your life becomes all about finding available windows in your busy schedule.
And finally, mind that … oh, never mind.