seafoam* posted a quote
November 24, 2015 4:43am UTC
“ It was when I stopped searching for home within others and lifted the foundations of home within myself I found there were no roots more intimate than those between a mind and body that have decided to be whole. ”
Tell me what your worst fears are I bet they look a lot like mine tell me what you think about when you can't fall asleep at night tell me that you're struggling, tell me that you're scared, no tell me that you're terrified of life tell me that it's difficult to not think of death sometimes.
Katrina Wendt Whole Stop showing You love me A little at a time. Stop saying You care Bit by bit. Stop keeping Me here For tiny pieces of time. Because I need All of you Not piece by piece. I love All of you Not just some parts of you. So love all of me All the way All the time. Or let all of me go All at once For good.
The Lonelies chapter 3 Being lonely wasn't a good feeling. In fact, it felt like nothing at all. You see, when you're lonely you're missing something. Most of the time that something is a person. When you don't have this something it leaves you empty. It's like you haven't eaten anything for months but you're not even hungry. I have this feeling all the time and no matter how many times I'd been left I still have this small sliver of hope that haunts me. It was like falling into a pitch black hole and being okay with it. Not because everything would finally be over, because that small sliver of hope made me feel like at the end I'll find that something that would make the pitch black hole full of color. Occasionally I'd find myself laughing and smiling and I'd get this foolish thought. "Maybe I'm not lonely anymore." but then after the laughter ended and there were no more smiles it'd come creeping back and lay there waiting. Waiting for me to self destruct and leave myself emptier than I was before. I couldn't though, I was always searching for that something that would creep inside me and fill every hole with out me knowing. Then one day I'd laugh and I'd smile and there wouldn't be that lonely after feeling and I'd feel whole. whole /hōl/ adjective 1.in an unbroken or undamaged state; in one piece. noun 1.a thing that is complete in itself. I was not whole. I was not complete. I was shattered in many pieces. I had cracks. I was broken and damaged and in many more than one piece. Being whole was a craving; a desire. We're all searching, I think. Searching for that someone or something that takes all our broken and damaged pieces and slowly and carefully helps you put them back together without caring if it's perfect. To be whole. How wonderful would it be to feel whole.
I have no clue what I'm gonna say on Friday when school starts. Friend: "I went on a cruise." Friend2: "I went to Europe." Friend3: "I met One Direction." Me: "I went to sleep with 2 socks on and when I woke up there was only one."