“At some point you just have to let go of what you thought should happen and live in what is happening.”

— (via askaboutnikki)

“I’m so afraid of losing something I love that I refuse to love anything”

Jonathan Safran Foer (via rlyrlyugly)

very true. very fucking true.

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“Memories are dangerous things. You turn them over and over, until you know every touch and corner, but still you’ll find an edge to cut you.”

— Mark Lawrence, Prince of Thorns (via forever-and-alwayss)

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“I don’t need someone that sees what’s good about me. I need someone that sees the bad and still wants me.”

— Unknown (via zodiaccity)

“It is possible that longing for something is better than actually having it? I’ve heard it said that satisfaction is the death of desire.”

— Hank Moody (via aestheticintrovert)

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“Happiness does not depend on what you have or who you are. It soley relies on what you think.”

— Buddah (via selenemooneffe)
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“Knowledge and good manners are the value of your soul, so strive to achieve them, for however much your knowledge and good manners increase, so will your value and worth accordingly.”

— Imam Ali (AS)

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“We can help this troubled world:
WE all have the inborn wisdom to create a wholesome, uplifted existence for ourselves and others. We can think beyond our own little cocoon and try to help this troubled world. Not only will our friends and family benefit, but even our “enemies” will reap the blessings of peace. If these teachings make sense to us, can we commit to them? In these times, do we really have a choice? Do we have the option of living in unconscious self-absorption? When the stakes are so high, do we have the luxury of dragging our feet?”

The Pocket Pema Chödrön

 

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