In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Bündchen talked about the founder with her ex-husband, Brady, and said that she wants “all of his dreams to come true.” After Gisele Bündchen’s recent conversation with Vanity Fair, her ex-husband Tom Brady got all poetic on Instagram.
On Thursday, the former Professional football quarterback posted a quote from poet and essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson to his Instagram story. The quote was about what success means and how to deal with the “betrayal of false friends.”
“How do you define success? To giggle often and a lot; to gain the respect of smart people and the love of kids; “The poem starts out. “To get praise from honest critics and deal with betrayal from fake friends; To enjoy beautiful things; To bring out the best in people; To give oneself…”
The quotation continues: “To leave the world a little bit better, whether through a healthy child, a garden patch, or a social situation that has been fixed; to have played, laughed, and sung with joy; To know that your life made even one person’s life easier is to have succeeded.”
Since Tom Brady has shared motivational posts on his social media accounts in the past, Emerson’s passage, which is meant to give people a sense of purpose and goodwill toward others, could have moved him. Some people online, though, thought the timing of the post was odd, especially since the poem talked about “false friends.”
The poem was shared by Brady less than a day after Gisele Bündchen’s first interview since the couple’s divorce in October of last year. The interview was in Vanity Fair. She told the magazine, “If there’s one person I want to be the happiest in the world, it’s him.” “I want him to reach his goals and win.
I want him to get everything he wants. From the bottom of my heart, that’s what I really want.” They have a 10-year-old daughter named Vivian and a 13-year-old son named Benjamin. Brady also has a 15-year-old son named Jack. When they met when they were both in their 20s, Gisele Bündchen said she and Brady “wanted different things.”
She said, “Sometimes you grow together and other times you grow apart.” “We met when I was 26 and he was 29. We both wanted a family and to do things together. She also said, “As time goes on, we realize that we all desired various things and now we have to choose.”