“The less I needed, the better I felt.” —Charles Bukowski (via absea)
“I held an atlas in my lap, ran my fingers across the whole world and whispered ‘where does it hurt?’ It answered ‘Everywhere, everywhere, everywhere.’” —Warsan Shire (via awomansplaceisinthestruggle)
“Let them throw stones. When they’re finished, you can build a memorial from all that rubble. An homage to the haters. Better yet, build a castle. Tattoo the walls with everything beautiful about yourself that you fail to acknowledge.” —Joshua Bennett
It makes my day anytime I can help a stranger out with a kind gesture. Or when I see anyone else helping someone out. Good people getting good things in life.
First And Mostly I Love You.
“I’ve never had the audacity to wait for a heart before now, but you said sleep on it. So I curled up on your chest and learned patience. Didn’t want to let the weight of my tears wake your gorgeous. The mornings can be so mortal.” —Alysia Harris - “Waiting”. (via debrachosen)
“If you meet someone whose soul is not aligned with yours, send them love & move along.” —Wayne W. Dyer (via absea)
“I learned how to love my weakness. I wear my insecurities like a good suit to a job interview. I’m awkward, I’m awkward, I’m awkward, I’m awkward, and I love it. I make a fool of myself, I make a fool of myself, but still have the confidence of a firefly buzzing in the gut of a cave. I cry, I cry, and I fight, and I cry, and I fight, I cry, I cry and I fail, and I fall and I get the f*** back up! I’m no longer afraid to stumble, to fall flat on my face and look around like nothing happened.” —“Beauty Part III” by Carvens Lissaint (via jessicaafable)