Sure, I’m afraid of what might lead to my death: car accidents, plane crashes, drowning. But, I’m more afraid of what won’t kill me: people dying, people leaving, the silences that seem to never end. It’s the idea of having to live through something that scares me, not the end itself.
OB. (via seulray)
wow this is it!
I really like this answer to the post I just made.
I wrote, Why is it that sometimes the people you love the most make you feel the worst?
and this person responded, Because you hold them so high sometimes, that it’s a far drop down when they let go.
Many people believe every age marks something significant, that you should accomplish a certain something by a certain time. Your first kiss, losing your virginity, getting married, learning to drive, knowing what you want to be, succeeding in your goals; but that’s not true. Let things just happen. Make sure you’re ready. Stay wise. Give yourself time to develop. There is no rush to live.(via bearandberry)
No matter how wide you stretch your fingers, your hands will always be too small to catch all the pain you want to heal. Believe me, I’ve tried.Sarah Kay (via observando)