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We often feel that we lack something, and seem to see that very quality in someone else, promptly attributing all our own qualities to him too, and a kind of ideal contentment as well. And so the happy mortal is a model of complete perfection—which we have ourselves created.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, The Sorrows of Young Werther (via psych-quotes)
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There is always something peaceful and calming about the beach. The way it allows you to take in its beauty. It’s like the ocean knows all your deepest, darkest secrets and thoughts. It doesn’t judge you; instead, at that very moment all the pain and sadness you feel just drifts away along with the waves.
E.L. Montes, Disastrous (via the-healing-nest)
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Looking Towards the Capital Building by ickledot
Pieces of me are scattered around.
six words; sixty-one. (via hourae)
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How hurtful it can be to deny one’s true self and live a life of lies just to appease others.
― June Ahern (via psych-quotes)
21 years old
born May 25, 1992
~> loves to eat
~> loves to read books
~> spontaneous person
~> Ed Sheeran
~> Tokio Hotel
~> One Direction
~> Game of Thrones
~> Pretty Little Liars
~> Emily Owens MD
~> The Vampire Diaries
~> Hart of Dixie
~> The Lying Game
~> Grey's Anatomy
~> Roman Catholic
~> rainy moments
~> chocolates, ice cream, frappe