- Henry Rollins, The Portable Henry Rollins (via observando)
- Emily Brontë, Wuthering Heights (via observando)
1. Don’t treat your body like an alarm clock coming off; someone will want to wake up with you for the next ten thousand lifetimes or so.
2. You are not made of stones falling from sky. You came there yourself.
3. Sometimes it’s easy to mistakes rocks for bones, either way they will break, and so will your heart, but time heals and so will you.
4. You are not a coffin maker who becomes rich out of deaths; you are the flower that grows beside the grave of sad smiles, making them feel less alone.
5. This is one truth: You cannot purchase the sky.
6. This is another: Like the sky, you cannot be bought too.
7. Your father would’ve wanted you to marry a good man, even when he wasn’t one.
8. Treat your collarbones and ribs differently other than being a prison cell, for they are satin’s and laces to begin with and they will hold your heart the same way it holds a gem.
9. You are not a death row pardon two-minutes-too-late. You are beautiful.
10. I’m not saying this to get inside you. I’m saying this because you are so much more."