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Love is only transformational when it is received in vulnerability…

It is not the fact of being loved unconditionally that is life-changing. It is the risky experience of allowing myself to be loved unconditionally.

— Dr. David Benner (via yesdarlingido)

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One day it’s 12:27 am, and you’re sad. Not because of how life is treating you or anything, it’s just because you want someone next to you. Someone who at the end of the day will look at you and smile, asking what you want to have for dinner. You’ll realize that you are longing for love, a comfortable and simple love, one that gives you a reason to shut off the computer, and just have a conversation. You want a companion who will be there, who will be willing to give you space, and who will also keep you close. It’s hard, because as you think, the clock slowly turns to 12:30am, and you are just tired of trying, and you just want it to happen. But it will, and you’ll look back at these late nights, and smile; wishing you could tell your single self that it’s going to be okay, that all the “no’s” were leading you to a beautiful yes. So, as it gets later, you just need to remember that your sadness will be replaced with an overwhelming gratitude that you are loved; and that will be better than all the missed opportunities, and made up dreams that you had.
— T.B. LaBerge // It’s 12:34 am and I’m a little sad (via tblaberge)
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The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths. These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity, and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, gentleness, and a deep loving concern. Beautiful people do not just happen.
— Elisabeth Kübler-Ross (via yesdarlingido)

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the worst thing you can do to a loyal person is to tell them you don’t trust them.
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Quote 29 Sep 7,019 notes
Maybe the soul is tired because all it needs is more time with the Lord. Maybe the heart is tired because it has been fed with all the wrong things. Maybe the mind is tired because it hasn’t been nourished with beneficial knowledge.
— Believers   (via imaan-daar)
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jspark3000:

At times I wonder when I’ll ever get it together and actually do all the stuff I said I would do, like when I’ll start waking up without snooze and praying at sunrise and get cracking on that novel and jog with my dog and make my own meals and finish the cool elaborate design on my blank-walled room.  I get dizzy in regret over the thousands of hours I let slip back there somewhere, lost in a haze of extra sleep or daydreaming or lazy nothing.  I wonder when life will actually start, because I keep wanting to catch up to the awesome version of me that I imagine finally settling into my skin. Soon, I hope.

— J

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I really cared about what other people thought about me and I would go out of the way to make them happy at my own expense. But they would end up doing what they wanted anyway. I kept trying to get over them, like it wasn’t a big deal or I did it wrong: but soon found quickly, I had to get over myself first.

I had to quit trying to control the world around me with a desperate twisted-up death grip. I had to learn that part of love is letting go of other people’s perceptions and just letting them love me on their own. It matters less now what people think of me and just that they think at all. So I started saying ‘no’ more often: because not everything is okay with me and I shouldn’t have to explain myself. My happiness is not contingent on you getting some fake yes-version of me.
— J.S. (via jspark3000)
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People get from books the idea that if you have married the right person you may expect to go on ‘being in love’ for ever. As a result, when they find they are not, they think this proves they have made a mistake and are entitled to a change — not realising that, when they have changed, the glamour will presently go out of the new love just as it went out of the old one. In this department of life, as in every other, thrills come at the beginning and do not last. The sort of thrill a boy has at the first idea of flying will not go on when he has joined the R.A.F. and is really learning to fly. The thrill you feel on first seeing some delightful place dies away when you really go to live there. Does this mean it would be better not to learn to fly and not to live in the beautiful place? By no means. In both cases, if you go through with it, the dying away of the first thrill will be compensated for by a quieter and more lasting kind of interest. What is more (and I can hardly find words to tell you how important I think this), it is just the people who are ready to submit to the loss of the thrill and settle down to the sober interest, who are then most likely to meet new thrills in some quite different direction. The man who has learned to fly and become a good pilot will suddenly discover music; the man who has settled down to live in the beauty spot will discover gardening.

This is, I think, one little part of what Christ meant by saying that a thing will not really live unless it first dies. It is simply no good trying to keep any thrill: that is the very worst thing you can do. Let the thrill go — let it die away — go on through that period of death into the quieter interest and happiness that follow — and you will find you are living in a world of new thrills all the time.
— C.S. Lewis (via jspark3000)
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One must never forget the importance of late night car talks with old friends.

Quote 15 Sep 1,055 notes

Sometimes we just need to know that someone is going to be there at the end of it all, not with a word of encouragement, or that “it’s all going to be alright.” Really, we just need someone who shows what love is, and continues showing that love.

Because it hurts, and sometimes silence is the best thing to be said in the pain; Silence accompanied with an unspoken promise that you’ll be there when the storm has passed.

— T.B. LaBerge // Go Now (via tblaberge)
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what sense does it make to leave what you love and risk the possibility of it never coming back to you?
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What’s the worst thing I’ve stolen? Probably little pieces of other people’s lives. Where I’ve either wasted their time or hurt them in some way. That’s the worst thing you can steal, the time of other people. You just can’t get that back.
— Chester Bennington (via yesdarlingido)

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