The most loving thing a person can do, is offer the truth.
After the earth dies, some 5 billion years from now, after it’s burned to a crisp, or even swallowed by the Sun, there will be other worlds and stars and galaxies coming into being - and they will know nothing of a place once called Earth. Carl Sagan (via youngfolksociety)
That could’ve been all she was looking for: a fight. She wanted someone to see through her tower, but instead I cowered in front of the dragons. I thought she was guarding herself against me. I thought she placed the demons there to repel me. But I realize now that they came when she was unaware—they kidnapped her happiness and held her mind for ransom. Diamond Kathleen, Haunting (via darjeelingandcoke)
The reality is this: we can never imagine a flaw that might drive us mad or a fault that would lead us from love to hate; but those things come along with familiarity. We welcome rain in a drought, during those long, dry days of summer heat; but that tap, tap, tapping of rain on a rooftop becomes incessant noise after hearing it for a week straight. We have to choose if we want the relationship or what the relationship can give us. Diamond Kathleen, Nothing New Under The Sun (via thewine-darksea)
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