When you say “I” and “my” too much, you lose the capacity to understand the “we” and “our”.
— ― Steve Maraboli (via psych-quotes)

(via psych-quotes)

Normally, in anything I do, I’m fairly miserable. I do it, and I get grumpy because there is a huge, vast gulf, this aching disparity, between the platonic ideal of the project that was living in my head, and the small, sad, wizened, shaking, squeaking thing that I actually produce.
— ― Neil Gaiman (via psych-quotes)

(via psych-quotes)

What are words and
their importance?

When I need them the most, they never come.
How could I ever use them to express the depths
of the pain I feel?
The compassion?
The extent of
my agreement?

Whatever I speak, it feels too little. Too dull for the
amount of emotion I feel nestled there inside of me.
It’s never enough when it really comes down to it.

In this way, the words betray. Me, their creator.
But what have I really created, anyway?

They were here first, infused with meaning.
I only string them together in sentences.
I try to convey what is inside,
but it never comes out right.

Sometimes, it is the silence that says it best.

— Kimberly Arcade, When Words Feel Lacking (via westayclose)

(via karellyy)

We always see our worst selves. Our most vulnerable selves. We need someone else to get close enough to tell us we’re wrong. Someone we trust.
— David Levithan (via psych-facts)
It is difficult, when faced with a situation you cannot control, to admit you can do nothing.
— ― Lemony Snicket (via psych-quotes)

(via psych-quotes)


And take my sincere apology for not appreciating it enough so many times.

And take my sincere apology for not appreciating it enough so many times.

(Source: propertyof-jesus, via kalaykhyla)

angelwhite2013:

Game of Thrones 

Starks huhuhu :(

angelwhite2013:

Game of Thrones 

Starks huhuhu :(