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" Surely every one realizes, at some point along the way, that he is capable of living a far better life than the one he has chosen. "

- Henry Miller (via observando)
teensquotess:

http://teenlifequotes.com/

" I am a pile of ideas, a pile of dreams, a pile of plans, a pile of doubts, and so many other things. I am a pile of piles and it is so overwhelming. Should I get rid of some piles? Should I climb them? Or should I just give up and hide inside them? "

- Bshayer F.R. (via wnq-writers)
rushahead:

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By  Excavate. on flickr
wnderlst:

Sardinia, Italy | Kepa

acciobenedictplease:

Things that are scary:

  • getting up in class
  • coughing in class
  • reading out loud in class
  • answering a question in class
  • turning a test in first in class
  • class 
I had a dream about you. I asked you out to coffee, and you said, “No thanks. I’m a recovering insomniac.” I said, “No worries. My conversational skills are sure to put you to sleep.”

- Jarod Kintz, Dreaming is for lovers.

"

It was a very ordinary day, the day I realised that my becoming is my life and my home and that I don’t have to do anything but trust the process, trust my story and enjoy the journey. It doesn’t really matter who I’ve become by the finish line, the important things are the changes from this morning to when I fall asleep again, and how they happened, and who they happened with. An hour watching the stars, a coffee in the morning with someone beautiful, intelligent conversations at 5am while sharing the last cigarette. Taking trains to nowhere, walking hand in hand through foreign cities with someone you love. Oceans and poetry.

It was all very ordinary until my identity appeared, until my body and mind became one being. The day I saw the flowers and learned how to turn my daily struggles into the most extraordinary moments. Moments worth writing about. For so long I let my life slip through my fingers, like water.
I’m holding on to it now,
and I’m not letting go.

"

- Charlotte Eriksson, Empty Roads & Broken Bottles; in search for The Great Perhaps
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