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Loneliness has nothing to do with being alone.

Until You by Judith McNaught (via ilogchronicles)

Why do we always ‘fall’ in love? One falls down steps, off ladders, into rivers and down mountains. If love is so wonderful, why don’t we soar in love, or climb in love.

Virginia Johnson, Tender Triumph

"It's because it's the time when one loses all practical sense.
Thus leading to one's inevitable 'fall' in more important
aspect of life." Ate Red explained.
(via piperlois)

Listen carefully to me, darling, because I’m giving you fair warning that I won’t let you do this to us. You gave me your love, and I will not let you take it away. The harder you try, the harder I’ll fight you. I’ll haunt your dreams at night, exactly the way you have haunted mine every night I was away from you. You’ll lie awake in bed at night, wanting me, and you’ll know I’m lying awake wanting you. And when you can’t stand it anymore you’ll come back to me and I’ll be there waiting for you. I’ll cry in your arms, and I’ll tell you I’m sorry for everything I have done and you’ll help me find a way to forgive myself.

— Judith McNaught, Almost Heaven (via quotes-shape-us)

People who talk less frequently notice more.

— Judith McNaught, Someone to Watch Over Me (via hqlines)

There will be a few times in your life when all your instincts will tell you to do something, something that defies logic, upsets your plans, and may seem crazy to others. When that happens, you do it. Listen to your instincts and ignore everything else. Ignore logic, ignore the odds, ignore the complications, and just go for it.

— Remember When (Judith McNaught)

You knew I was fragile, but you fucking dropped me anyway.

— You left a mess - psychedelicl0ser (via perfect)


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