The one thing I miss more than anything is feeling like I have a family.


seven billion people on this planet and i have 2 friends

(via drinking)

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"The first time someone breaks your heart, you will feel like it’s the end. Your hands may bruise from holding on to something that just wants to be let go, so do your skin a favor and release. One day, you will look back on the first time you felt empty and you won’t be able to understand how you were ever able to fall so low, so fast.

The second time someone tries to break your heart, you will be more prepared. It’s going to hurt, but you’ll remember that you survived, and that thought alone will help with some of the pain of trusting someone with your heart again.

The third time, when someone tries to break your heart, they won’t even be able to reach for it. You’ve been ready for this. Your heart has been blocked off by caution tape, and it has never again’s tied around it twice, so not even you can get to it.

And when you fall in love, for real this time, your heart will have already broken out of its own safety net. Before your mind can tell your heart that it’s okay to be vulnerable again, your heart will have already softened itself. Your heart knows all the tricks now. It will know the sincerity in someone’s voice and this time, it will not be fooled by the word love. So trust what your heart is telling you when it’s telling you that it’s going to be okay. Listen to the experience of its words and let it surrender. It needs your hands to set it free. Your heart has been damaged before, but hell, it will never let itself fall in the palms of someone who’s only intention is to be able to say that it was able to break the unbreakable."
"Your heart has learned all of the lessons," - Colleen Brown (via mostlyfiction)

(via andeyesofemeraldgreen)

"If she’s too good for you, my god, don’t leave her. Make an effort to be good enough instead."

Bottled up emotions.

This is art


*accidentally showers for 5 hours*

(via crystallized-teardrops)


Edward Frenkel and Laurent DeRobert “Existential Love and Math”

We were worried they wouldn’t get along
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