Love is the answer.
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A woman's exploration of life,love, sin and soul.
“The only thing you ever really did wrong was not live up to the fantasy I created of you in my head. You see we don’t fall in love with people, we fall in love with the idea of a person- who we think they are, what we think they could be. Beauty is nothing but perception but once that vision of them is ruined, we can never get it back. Reality ruins dreams. Dreams ruin reality. That’s a sick, twisted, honest to God truth.”
— Andrew Schofield, Leave Her In The Rye (via weshouldwritepornography)
“You asked why I couldn’t forgive you. It was because you were the love of my life. And you didn’t want to be. That’s hard to let go.”
— Kristan Higgins, My One and Only (via quotationadmiration)
— Walter Benjamin (via maxsipowicz)
“We have all hurt someone tremendously, whether by intent or accident. We have all loved someone tremendously, whether by intent or accident. It is an intrinsic human trait, and a deep responsibility, I think, to be an organ and a blade. But, learning to forgive ourselves and others because we have not chosen wisely is what makes us most human. We make horrible mistakes. It’s how we learn. We breathe love. It’s how we learn. And it is inevitable.”
— Nayyirah Waheed (via 366quotes)
“In an extreme view, the world can be seen as only connections, nothing else. We think of a dictionary as the repository of meaning, but it defines words only in terms of other words. I liked the idea that a piece of information is really defined only by what it’s related to, and how it’s related. There really is little else to meaning. The structure is everything. There are billions of neurons in our brains, but what are neurons? Just cells. The brain has no knowledge until connections are made between neurons. All that we know, all that we are, comes from the way our neurons are connected.”
— Tim Berners-Lee (via beetmvaugs)
— Marcel Proust (via eroticasa)
— Robert Brault (via psych-facts)
“For a girl, appearance can be a powerful form of oppression. No matter how intelligent a girl may be, no matter her many talents, these attributes are not easily discerned. Brains and talent will never stand up against a girl who is clearly physically attractive.”
— Natsuo Kirino (via xneverknowingpeace)