Charlotte Brontë: Jane Eyre
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I get way too sensitive when I get attached to someone. I can detect the slightest change in the tone of their voice, and suddenly I’m spending all day trying to figure out what I did wrong. Humans of New York - Amman, Jordan (via h0lycake)

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“identity drives motivation, motivation drives action, and action drives results.”
If you don’t know the truest thing about yourself, you don’t know yourself. And that matters. What you believe about yourself determines how you live. We were made for something. Something bigger than the little things we seem fated to surround ourselves with. Understanding identity is an act of hope. We want to know who we really are because we believe that knowledge will make a real difference in how we live.
—David Lomas

My birthday is always the worst

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Nice outlaw name, did your mom pick it out for you?


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Single and ready to get nervous around anyone I find attractive.

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Sometimes words seem so empty when ones heart is so full, but spill those words anyways; someone might fall in love with what you have to say. T.B. LaBerge // Unwritten Letters to You (via tblaberge)
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no matter what anyone else tells you, words and ideas do matter.
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I wish there was some sort of blanket you could cover yourself with but it didn’t make you warm it just provided the sensation of being covered because some nights it’s just too hot for a blanket but I need something covering me so it’s a choice between boiling to death or being completely vulnerable to monsters

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God breathed some spark into some mud that became us, and He did it for a reason, and I want to feel that reason, not just some false explanation. Donald Miller, Through Painted Deserts (via wonderingthroughflowers)
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Once we begin to celebrate what our body does rather than obsessing on how it looks, we start to appreciate our body as an instrument rather than an ornament. Ashley Turner  (via trailflow)

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