prussianinamerica:

I had a teacher who refused to let any of us say “its okay” because of this exact reason.

prussianinamerica:

I had a teacher who refused to let any of us say “its okay” because of this exact reason.

Go to a coffee shop. Sit by the bar with the glass windows and look out. Look at all the people running to catch a train. All the girls with one too many shopping bags. All the couples too in love to care. Then you’ll see it - a bit of yourself in everyone. And somehow, sitting alone in a coffee shop had never felt so good.
(via mikemacgregor)
You are so brave and quiet I forget you are suffering.
Ernest Hemingway (via aurelle)
So I saw this advice

papasfritas:

Find three hobbies you love: one to make you money, one to keep you in shape, and one to be creative.

I kind of like it.

The foundation of your life is luck. Hard work and talent make up the difference.
Dennis Lehane, Live by Night (via fortunenglory)
reachoutusa:

True. Here are some other great ways of coping:http://us.reachout.com/facts/factsheet/developing-coping-strategies
Some poems present themselves as cliffs that need to be climbed. Others are so defensive that when you approach their enclosure you half expect to be met by a snarling dog at the gate. Still others want to smother you with their sticky charms.
Stanley Kunitz (via bluestockingbookworm)
Courage doesn’t always roar.
Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the
end of the day saying,
“i will try again tomorrow.
Mary Anne Radmacher, Live Boldly (via simplybookdrunk)
Goodnight and great love to you. We see the same stars.
George Mallory, from a letter to his wife Ruth during the 1921 Everest Reconnaissance Expedition (via theriverjordyn)