People die. That’s true in novels, and it’s true in life. Dying is one of the very few things we all do. To deny or ignore the omnipresent reality of death seems to me a disservice to human beings. That said, acknowledging in my novels that death exists does not make me a murderer any more than acknowledging that cancer can be treated makes me an oncologist.
— john green
You can’t keep kissing strangers and pretending that it’s him.
— Ten Word Story, Meghan Hale (via m-e-ghan)
It’s okay to have bad days. Besides, no masterpiece is complete without a little contrast.
— (183/365) by (DS)