“I think prime numbers are like life. They are very logical but you could never work out the rules, even if you spent all your time thinking about them.”—Christopher Boone (The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time, Mark Haddon, 2003) | Submitted by leftyounowhere (via quote-book)
The thing about life that I’ve learned is that you’re going to get hurt. You’re going to have emotional nights and cry yourself to sleep for hours. You’re going to suffer some kind of heartbreak, some kind of loss. But you will also have those moments where you heal. Those moments are the best. You feel like you smile for the first time again. You feel like you’re alive again. Life just kind of restarts.
“You want to know what happiness is? It’s waking up in the middle of the night for no reason, shifting under the blankets and feeling the heat of the person next to you. You turn around and see them in their most peaceful, innocent, and vulnerable state. They breathe as though the weight of the world lays on anyone’s shoulder but their own. You smile and kiss their face gently before turning back around and somehow, an involuntary grin forms on your face. Just before you drift off to sleep, you feel an arm wrap around your waist and you know it doesn’t get any better than this.”—(via poeticheartache) (via thislifeofsin)
“i would always remember saying yes.”—and knowing, days after, that the scary feeling wouldn’t just simply go away but letting the love overcome the fear, or trying to let it anyway, is surprisingly a most wonderful feeling.