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  2. "You’re twenty-one or twenty-nine and your heart’s been broken somewhere between four and twenty times—fetal-position-on-the-bathroom-floor broken, real-country-music broken—and you don’t know how you can ever be expected to go on like this for fifty more years and change."
    — Jade Sylvan, “You Know How Sometimes You’re in Your Twenties in America” (via larmoyante)
     

  3. "An entire sea of water can’t sink a ship unless it gets inside the ship. Similarly, the negativity of the world can’t put you down unless you allow it to get inside you."
    — Goi Nasu   (via megancloftin)

    (Source: the-healing-nest, via megancloftin-deactivated2013072)

     

  4. "You’re not sorry to go, of course. With people like us our home is where we are not… No one person in the world is necessary to you or to me."
    — F. Scott Fitzgerald, This Side of Paradise (via larmoyante)
     
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  9. "I think it’s very healthy to spend time alone. You need to know how to be alone and not be defined by another person."
    — Oscar Wilde  (via thisnoiseismusic)

    (Source: cavum, via thisnoiseismusic)

     

  10. "That is the fear: I have lost something important, and I cannot find it, and I need it."
    — John Green, Looking For Alaska (via 4mbivalent)

    (via 4mbivalent-deactivated20130424)

     

  11. "I wish I could write. I get these ideas but I never seem to be able to put them in words."
    — F. Scott Fitzgerald (via larmoyante)

    (Source: larmoyante)

     

  12. "A woman in harmony with her spirit is like a river flowing. She goes where she will without pretense and arrives at her destination prepared to be herself, and only herself."
    — Maya Angelou (via freshgypsy)
     

  13. "I have, as it were, my own sun and moon and stars, and a little world all to myself."
    — Henry David Thoreau, Walden (via larmoyante)

    (Source: larmoyante)

     

  14. "‘Things can be seen better in the darkness,” he said, as if he had just seen into her mind. “But the longer you spend in the dark, the harder it becomes to return to the world aboveground where the light is.’"
    — Haruki Murakami, 1Q84 (via quickquirk)

    (Source: goodreads.com, via quickquirk)

     
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