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The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.
― Ernest Hemingway (via psych-quotes)
Perhaps one did not want to be loved so much as to be understood.
― George Orwell (via psych-quotes)
As is a tale, so is life: not how long it is, but how good it is, is what matters.
I wish you all very good lives.
― J.K. Rowling (via psych-quotes)
There are no facts, only interpretations.
― Friedrich Nietzsche (via psych-quotes)
You don’t have to disrespect and insult others simply to hold your own ground. If you do, that shows how shaky your own position is.
― Red Haircrow (via psych-quotes)
It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed.
― Theodore Roosevelt (via psych-quotes)
Time takes it all, whether you want it to or not.
― Stephen King (via psych-quotes)
Can you see me?
A tender youth, in the dusk
of madness?

Because all through the night
I have been throwing words at you,
expecting you.
In vain.
Admiel Kosman, “I Try to Wake You in the Dark,” from Alternative Prayerbook (translated by Lisa Katz and Shlomit Naor)
— One day it happens: what you have feared all your life,
the unendurably specific, the exact thing. No matter what you say or do.
And yet both had this hidden impulse, this incalculable force—this thing they cared for and didn’t talk about—oh, what was it?
Virginia Woolf, from Night And Day (via violentwavesofemotion)
You want to believe
you can turn emotion’s flood
into living waters
from which you’ll emerge whole,
dazzling like the sun.
Rachel Barenblat, from Standing At The Edge (via violentwavesofemotion)

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Nothing will fuck up your twenties more than thinking you’re supposed to have your shit together

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Henry & June (1990) dir. by Philip Kaufman

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Henry & June (1990) dir. by Philip Kaufman

It would be a devastating thing to break someones heart so badly, that they would give up on love. It is a far greater thing to leave someone with the hope of love than with the loss of love. To leave them better than how you found them; is to love them better altogether.
Things that my Heart Whispers (T.B. LaBerge)
If you want a happy ending, it depends on where you stop the story.
Orson Welles  (via wordsthat-speak)