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James Blunt- Carry You Home

As strong as you were, tender you go.
I’m watching you breathing for the last time.
A song for your heart, but when it is quiet,
I know what it means and I’ll carry you home.
I’ll carry you home.

If you’re my friend I should be able to talk to you but I can’t, and if I can’t talk to you, well, what is the point of you? Of us?

David Nicholls (via wordsthat-speak)

People change, no use getting sentimental about it. Move on, find someone else.

David Nicholls, One Day (via quotes-shape-us)

Examine the lives of the best and most fruitful people and peoples and ask yourselves whether a tree that is supposed to grow to a proud height can dispense with bad weather and storms; whether misfortune and external resistance, some kinds of hatred, jealousy, stubbornness, mistrust, hardness, avarice, and violence do not belong among the favorable conditions without which any great growth even of virtue is scarcely possible.

Friedrich Nietzsche

Happy Birthday Nietzsche!

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dailynietzsche:

“In the end one loves one’s desire and not what is desired.”

—F. Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil, §175.

The signs as Friedrich Nietzsche quotes

astropelican:

Aries : I know of no better life purpose than to perish in attempting the great and the impossible.

Taurus : That which does not kill us makes us stronger.

Gemini : It is not a lack of love, but a lack of friendship that makes unhappy marriages.

Cancer : There is always some madness…

Literature is invention. Fiction is fiction. To call a story a true story is an insult to both art and truth. Every great writer is a great deceiver, but so is that arch-cheat Nature. Nature always deceives. From the simple deception of propagation to the prodigiously sophisticated illusion of protective colors in butterflies or birds, there is in Nature a marvelous system of spells and wiles. The writer of fiction only follows Nature’s lead.

Vladimir Nabokov (via wordpainting)