make us human
Mara 18, Germany I enjoy books, poetry, coffee, tv shows, greek mythology and astronomy "There is a certain beauty in setting the world on fire and watching from the centre of the flames."

CURRENTLY READING:
UNRAVEL ME

that kind of love that can burn down the world or raise it up in glory

"It’s really about personality and people’s hearts and souls."

"It’s really about personality and people’s hearts and souls."

“If there was one thing she was learning from all this, it was how easy it was to lose everything you had always thought you’d have forever.”

“To draw something is to try to capture it forever. If you really love something, you never try to keep it the way it is forever. You have to let it be free to change.

“…the kind of love that can burn down the world or raise it up in glory.”

"Even if you feel like you look what you’re supposed to look like but you don’t feel it inside, you’re going to have the slumped shoulders and you’re going to be sitting there not smiling. But, when you truly feel like, “Hey, this is the best I can be because this is me,” you smile and you attract people because of the energy you’re giving off. And it’s all about believing in yourself.”

"Even if you feel like you look what you’re supposed to look like but you don’t feel it inside, you’re going to have the slumped shoulders and you’re going to be sitting there not smiling. But, when you truly feel like, “Hey, this is the best I can be because this is me,” you smile and you attract people because of the energy you’re giving off. And it’s all about believing in yourself.”

"I’ve always loved fantasy. I grew up reading these kinds of stories and just disappearing in my own head.”


"I used to be a big planner and had to have things figured out ahead of time, but I’m learning to love living in the moment. Last night, I called my friend up randomly and said, ‘Where are you? I want to come see you!’ It’s not a new version of me. I’m just embracing it more.”

"I used to be a big planner and had to have things figured out ahead of time, but I’m learning to love living in the moment. Last night, I called my friend up randomly and said, ‘Where are you? I want to come see you!’ It’s not a new version of me. I’m just embracing it more.”

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