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love-faithfully:

"That feeling when you know that ‘this could be it’. When that person came so unexpected in your life but felt like you’ve known them for a long time. When it terrifies you with the idea of losing that person one day, but you’d rather take the risk for it’s harder not loving them at all. The more you try to deny it, the more it becomes so clear.”

love-faithfully:

"That feeling when you know that ‘this could be it’. When that person came so unexpected in your life but felt like you’ve known them for a long time. When it terrifies you with the idea of losing that person one day, but you’d rather take the risk for it’s harder not loving them at all. The more you try to deny it, the more it becomes so clear.

"Dumbledore watched her fly away, and as her silvery glow faded he turned back to Snape, and his eyes were full of tears.
“After all this time?”
“Always,” said Snape.
"

- J.K. RowlingHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (via feellng)

"There are two types of waiting. There’s the waiting you do for something you know is coming, sooner or later—like waiting for the 6:28 train, or the school bus, or a party where a certain handsome boy might be. And then there’s the waiting for something you don’t know is coming. You don’t even know what it is exactly, but you’re hoping for it. You’re imagining it and living your life for it. That’s the kind of waiting that makes a fist in your heart."

- Unknown (via quotethat)

12 Toxic Behaviors that Push People Away From You

beben-eleben:

  1. Being envious of everyone else. – Don’t let envy (or jealously) get the best of you.  Envy is the art of counting someone else’s blessings instead of your own.  There is nothing attractive or admirable about this behavior.  So stop comparing your journey with everyone else’s.  Your journey is YOUR journey, NOT a competition.  You are in competition with one person and one person only – yourself.  You are competing to be the best you can be.  If you want to measure your progress, compare yourself to who you were yesterday.
  2. Taking everything too personally. – People are toxic to be around when they believe that everything happening around them is a direct assault on them or is in some way all about them.  The truth is that what people say and do to you is much more about them, than you.  People’s reactions to you are about their perspectives, wounds and experiences.  Whether people think you’re amazing, or believe you’re the worst, again, is more about them.  I’m not suggesting we should be narcissists and ignore all feedback.  I am saying that so much hurt, disappointment and sadness in our lives comes from our taking things personally.  In most cases it’s far more productive and healthy to let go of other people’s good or bad opinion of you, and to operate with your own intuition and wisdom as your guide.  
  3. Acting like you’re always a victim. – Another toxic behavior is persistent complaining that fuels your sense of victimization.  Believing you’re a victim, that you have no power to exert and no power over the direction of your life, is a toxic stance that keeps you stuck.  Working as a life coach with people who have suffered major trauma in their lives but found the courage to turn it all around, I know we all have access to far more power, authority, and influence over our lives than we initially believe.  When you stop complaining, and refuse to see yourself as a helpless victim, you’ll find that you are more powerful than you realized, but only if you choose to accept this reality.

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"Strong people are not the ones who go to the streets, cry out loud and make statements. They are those who silently cry in tragedy but have the courage to wake up each day to repair the cracks on those streets."

- (via her0inchic)
“Crying shows that you’re ready for spiritual growth. For transformation. But how can more wine be poured into your cup if it is already full? That is why we practice the art of emptying ourselves, for the purpose of receiving. When the tears come, let them. Let them flow. Spirituality is not about positivity or negativity, or your beliefs. It is embracing and accepting your path, each moment, on the deepest level.” #raingentlyfalls

“Crying shows that you’re ready for spiritual growth. For transformation. But how can more wine be poured into your cup if it is already full? That is why we practice the art of emptying ourselves, for the purpose of receiving. When the tears come, let them. Let them flow. Spirituality is not about positivity or negativity, or your beliefs. It is embracing and accepting your path, each moment, on the deepest level.” #raingentlyfalls

Have you ever felt?

Like you don’t know what’s going on anymore. Like you don’t care about anything anymore. You’ve lost motivation to do anything. Your mind is set on too many things that you are confused about your feelings, and you can’t explain how you feel either. The feeling of emptiness, and feeling that barely anyone is there for you. Feeling that no one understands you anymore. And it seems like there is nothing to look forward to anymore.