What a treacherous thing it is to believe that a person is more than a person.

John Green, Paper Towns.

I struggle with putting people on pedestals. Or of falling in love of the idea of a person instead of the person themself. One of the many things I get to work on in recovery.

(via a-lifetime-of-recovery)
People, I thought, wanted security. They couldn’t bear the idea of death being a big black nothing, couldn’t bear the thought of their loved ones not existing, and couldn’t even imagine themselves not existing. I finally decided that people believed in an afterlife because they couldn’t bear not to.
― John Green (Looking for Alaska)
  • Me: MAYBE IT'S NOT MY WEEKEND BUT IT'S GONNA BE MY YEAR
  • Life: Yeah no not this time, maybe next year
  • Me: ...
  • Life: But probably not
  • clintofbartonia:

    thejohnlockgames:

    iwillalwaysfindyousnow:

    onceuponatimeinerebor:

    consultingsuperhusbands:

    jashingirl:

    i-o-u-an-assbutt:

    for-the-love-of-scarves:

    a-mind-occupied-by-tennant:

    p0isone:

    I will never get over the inequality that men’s jackets have inside pockets and women’s jackets don’t. 

    Amen.

    I have nowhere to put my sonic screwdriver.

    or my fake fbi badge

    Or my pocket magnifying glass

    or my wand

    or my psychic paper

    Or my precious

    I lost it at my precious

    so did smeageol

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