observando

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my name is axel marazzi and i eat words for breakfast.

these are my texts . about me . ask . submit

“And I realized that there’s a big difference between deciding to leave and knowing where to go.”

– Robyn Schneider

“I missed the idea of him more than he himself.”

– Beth Harbison

“After all this time, it still seems to me like straight and fast is the only way out - but I choose the labyrinth. The labyrinth blows, but I choose it.”

– John Green, Looking for Alaska

“I walk around the school hallways and look at the people. I look at the teachers and wonder why they’re here. If they like their jobs. Or us. And I wonder how smart they were when they were fifteen. Not in a mean way. In a curious way. It’s like looking at all the students and wondering who’s had their heart broken that day, and how they are able to cope with having three quizzes and a book report due on top of that. Or wondering who did the heart breaking. And wondering why.”

– Stephen Chbosky, The Perks of Being a Wallflower

“I know what I want, I have a goal, an opinion, I have a religion and love. Let me be myself and then I am satisfied. I know that I’m a woman, a woman with inward strength and plenty of courage.”

– Anne Frank, The Diary of a Young Girl

“'It was a mistake,' you said. But the cruel thing was, it felt like the mistake was mine, for trusting you.”

– David Levithan, The Lover’s Dictionary

“Books are the treasured wealth of the world and the fit inheritance of generations and nations.”

– Henry David Thoreau, Walden

“I write to give myself strength. I write to be the characters that I am not. I write to explore all the things I’m afraid of.”

– Joss Whedon

“No matter how long you train someone to be brave, you never know if they are or not until something real happens.”

– Veronica Roth, Insurgent

“Mental pain is less dramatic than physical pain, but it is more common and also more hard to bear. The frequent attempt to conceal mental pain increases the burden: it is easier to say ‘My tooth is aching’ than to say ‘My heart is broken.’”

– C.S. Lewis, The Problem of Pain