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The biggest coward is a man who awakens a woman’s love with no intention of loving her.

Bob Marley 

(via trishanthemum)

neoliberalismkills:

"no one can love you until you love yourself"

that is complete bullshit

don’t let anyone tell you that you don’t deserve love from other people because you struggle with loving yourself

Come sleep with me: we won’t make love. Love will make us.
—Julio Cortázar (via cloppinq)

(Source: honeysighs)

sighnomocha:

found this in the wall of mornings in paris (a coffee shop in portland, maine). thank you, whoever wrote this. i needed it. :)

hula-hope:

My grandpa has Alzheimer’s so he has no idea who my grandma is but everyday for the last three or four months he brings her in flowers from their garden and asks her to run away with him and be his wife and everyday she says she already is and everyday the smile my grandpa gets on his face is the most beautiful heartfelt thing I have ever seen.

Once you accept yourself you will realise your true motives for wanting someone you can’t have. If you want to be with them to compensate for your own shortcomings, you will no longer want them. If you want them because you want to be like their ideal partner, then you will become that person. So there is never a need to change yourself for someone else.

Oh my GOD.

(Source: tapping.com)

It’s only natural that you wouldn’t understand, Henri. You see, you chase after anything in skirts—ANYTHING—they’re all the same to you, but lots of men can tell them apart. Believe me, sometimes they find one they like better than the other. That’s called love, you probably haven’t experienced it, but you must have read about it somewhere.
Lt. Catherine Gates (Ann Sheridan) to Capt. Henri Rochard (Cary Grant) in I Was a Male War Bride (1949)
harvestheart:

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