“ If you mix the mashed potatoes and sauce, you can’t separate them later. It’s forever. The smoke comes out of Daddy’s cigarette, but it never goes back in. We cannot go back. That’s why it’s hard to choose. You have to make the right choice. As long as you don’t choose, everything remains possible. ”

—    Mr. Nobody (via lydiamartnz)

“ You don’t know how deeply you are intertwined with someone until you try to walk away from them. ”

—    m.l. - splitterherzen (via perfect)

(via o2-23)

“ I wasn’t used to opening up to others. She was opening up to me, but I couldn’t do the same. I really did like her, yet still something held me back. ”

—    Haruki Murakami; South of the Border, West of the Sun (via strawberriesgonewild)


“Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves.”
—Henry David Thoreau



n. the desire to care less about things—to loosen your grip on your life, to stop glancing behind you every few steps, afraid that someone will snatch it from you before you reach the end zone—rather to hold your life loosely and playfully, like a volleyball, keeping it in the air, with only quick fleeting interventions, bouncing freely in the hands of trusted friends, always in play.

I really just want to be in your arms right now

It was my favorite place to be.

“ Don’t expect so much from people then you won’t be as disappointed when they let you down. Because they will let you down eventually, no matter how much you think they won’t, they will. ”

—    (via brok3n-and-al0ne)