Your value doesn’t decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth. —Unknown
When something bothered me, I didn’t talk with anyone about it. I thought it over all by myself, came to a conclusion, and took action alone. Not that I really felt lonely. I thought that’s just the way things are. Human beings, in the final analysis, have to survive on their own. —Haruki Murakami (村上 春樹)
And now we’re supposed to go back to our normal lives. That’s what people do. They have these amazing experiences with another person, and then they just go home and clean the bathroom or whatever. —Susane Colasanti, When It Happens
I received my 50 mm camera back from my sister and I just discovered the most amazing thing: manual focus. It’s so much more precise and accurate where I want to focus. How come I just learned this now?
I was attached to you. I gave you a part of me that no one has ever touched and I let you engulf it. You immersed into my thoughts and it eventually became your words. Every word you breathed, every promise, seemed to just slip right through my fingers.
But why am I still here, tangled by your words.
I can’t wait ‘til the day that I finally get to say,
“Mom, Dad, you don’t have to work anymore. Relax. I can support you now. Thank you for everything that you’ve done for me.”
I always find beauty in things that are odd and imprefect— they are much more interesting. —Marc Jacobs
Title: Say My Name/Cry Me A River
Artist: The Neighbourhood