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The most painful thing is losing yourself in the process of loving someone too much, and forgetting that you are special too.
Ernest Hemingway, Men Without Women (via kushandwizdom)
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Jun 25, 2014

It isnt just a game..

Jun 2, 2014 / 3,868 notes
Marry someone who lets you drink their juice, even after you said you weren’t thirsty. Marry someone who laughs at the same things you do. Marry someone who kisses your nose on a cold day. Marry someone who you can watch Disney movies all day with. Marry someone who is proud of you whether you earn £5 a week or £5,000 a week. Marry someone who you can tell everything to. Marry someone who isn’t afraid or embarrassed to hold your hand in public. Marry someone who lets you take over when decorating a cake. Marry someone who you can spend the day in Ikea with without feeling stressed. Marry someone who wraps you up inside their coat in the winter. Marry someone who accepts your fears and phobias. Marry someone who gives you butterflies every time you hear their key in the door. Marry someone who you don’t always have to shave your legs for. Marry someone who accepts you all day every day, even when you don’t look or feel your best. Marry someone who still puts three sugars in your tea, despite telling them “just two”. Marry someone who doesn’t judge you when you eat your body weight in cookies. Marry someone who doesn’t make you want to check your phone, because you already know they will reply. Marry someone who waits with you to get on the train. Marry someone who understands that you need to be alone sometimes. Marry someone who gets on well with your parents and isn’t uptight about family events. Marry someone who calms you down when you get mad about stupid stuff, and never tells you it’s “only stupid stuff”. Marry someone who makes you want to be a better person. Marry someone who makes you laugh. Marry someone who treats you the way you deserve to be treated. Marry someone who you love. Marry your soulmate, your lover, your best friend.
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May 18, 2014 / 579,799 notes
hereshestands:

Isn’t it ironic? We ignore the ones that adore us. Adore the ones who ignore us. Love the ones who hurt us. Hurt the ones that love us.
May 18, 2014 / 78 notes

hereshestands:

Isn’t it ironic? We ignore the ones that adore us. Adore the ones who ignore us. Love the ones who hurt us. Hurt the ones that love us.

My wish for you is that you continue. Continue to be who and how you are, to astonish a mean world with your acts of kindness. Continue to allow humor to lighten the burden of your tender heart.
Maya Angelou (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)

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May 18, 2014 / 46,992 notes
This book taught me, once and for all, how easily you can escape this world with the help of words! You can find friends between the pages of a book, wonderful friends.
Cornelia FunkeInkspell (via feellng)

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May 16, 2014 / 1,282 notes
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ICYMI: Fahrenheit 1600 by Harry Bliss, 2013

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Fahrenheit 1600 by Harry Bliss.
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bookpatrol:

ICYMI: Fahrenheit 1600 by Harry Bliss, 2013

maskedmarauder:

Fahrenheit 1600 by Harry Bliss.

Copyright 2013 © artist

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We read in bed because reading is halfway between life and dreaming, our own consciousness in someone else’s mind.
Anna Quindlen, How Reading Changed My Life (via bookmania)

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