"Make all your decisions based on how hilarious it would be if you did it."
Aubrey Plaza (via missys-abode)
"I am jealous of those who think more deeply, who write better, who draw better, who look better, who live better, who love better than I."
Sylvia Plath (via corsara)
"You’re angry. You’re angry at the world for the constant spoonfuls of bitterness and the whirlwind of mistakes and sorrows. You’re angry at people who let you down, who twisted your insides and made you cower, who held you too delicately, who didn’t even hold you at all, who creased your soft edges, and who gave you a recording of black-smeared memories playing on endless loop. You’re angry at fate for whatever circumstances it created for you and whatever path it led you to. You’re angry at the heavens for the numerous dark hours and the seemingly perpetual thunderstorms. You’re angry at yourself for giving up or holding on, for being too much or not enough, for failing, for trying, for oversimplifying your strengths or for overdramatizing your weaknesses, and for who you were and who you are. You’re angry at so many things. Don’t you ever get tired of being so bitter and so angry? How does your heart take all the stab wounds and the crushing blows? When will you stop treating life as gateway to death?"
"Isn’t it amazing? That we can’t feel each other’s pain? Physically and emotionally. Only we feel the sting of the cuts in our skin and only we feel our own broken hearts. Though we surpass pain differently, we recover differently, and we scar differently, we’re well aware that everyone feels pain. We just can’t feel theirs or even understand some of it. And we don’t always realize that. That others feel pain just like we do. We judge others for crawling into a corner when their world falls apart. You think it’s not a big deal. We judge others for not breaking down once their heart is broken. We say ‘what is wrong with them?’ and I’ll tell you that there is nothing wrong with them at all. Because isn’t it amazing? That we can’t feel each other’s pain?"