It is almost impossible to look into the mirror after a movie about demons and possessions. The only thing that feels real in that moment is the crippling fear your reflection is going to act against your physical.

"Conversations really are the best after 3 am. The heavier the eyelids, the sincerer the words and silence is not awkward it’s shared. - Dau Voire"

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"Make it happen. Shock everyone."

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There’s a difference between somebody who wants you and somebody who would do anything to keep you.

Remember that.

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"Coming home is hard, because managing your expectations of people is hard. Coming home is hard, because changed people mean a changed relationship; an altered dynamic. Coming home is hard because explaining the events that changed you, perhaps in a few dramatic hours or days, is hard. Coming home is hard because you see yourself every single day and may not even realize that you’re different until you don’t quite manage to fit back into your old role. Coming home is hard because often some of the places you used to occupy have been filled — by new best friends, new love interests, a new social dynamic. Coming home is hard because you’re expected to pick up where you left off, when in reality you’re miles away from that spot."

Anne Jamison ”Why coming home is hard”

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The biggest regrets we have — at least from my perspective — are the decisions we don’t make because we think we’re guaranteed something. We choose college because we think we’re guaranteed a job. We choose staying home because we think not traveling guarantees more money. We choose not leaving our hometown because we think it guarantees us friends and comfort. We choose to stay in unfulfilling relationships because we think it guarantees we will never be alone.

And then we are confronted with the reality that none of this was ever guaranteed, and we only gave up on the thrill of our dreams because we were too afraid to see what else was possible. We convinced ourselves that we were investing in something, when all we were doing was excusing our cowardice. There are so many things I have not done in life because I assumed that it was the decision that would lead to success and happiness, and here I am, envious of everyone who was brave enough to do otherwise.

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The Things You Will Always Regret If You Don’t Do Them (via pinnywong)

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