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  3. "Fear is the emotion that makes us blind. How many things are we afraid of? We’re afraid to turn off the lights when our hands are wet. We’re afraid to stick a knife into the toaster to get the stuck English muffin without unplugging it first. We’re afraid of what the doctor may tell us when the physical exam is over; when the airplane suddenly takes a great unearthly lurch in midair. We’re afraid that the oil may run out, that the good air will run out, the good water, the good life. When the daughter promised to be in by eleven and it’s now quarter past twelve and sleet is spatting against the window like dry sand, we sit and pretend to watch Johnny Carson and look occasionally at the mute telephone and we feel the emotion that makes us blind, the emotion that makes a stealthy ruin of the thinking process."
    — Stephen King, Foreword to Night Shift (via kingsquotes)
     

  4. lunapentecost:

    I can’t be myself
    I can’t be myself
    And I don’t want to talk
    I’m taking the cure
    So I can be quiet whenever I want
    So leave me alone
    You ought to be proud that I’m getting good marks

    Elliott Smith - Needle in the Hay

     
  5. princesssucree30:

    Great song writer.

     
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  9. "Wenn man zuviel nachdenkt, erschafft man Probleme, die es eigentlich nicht gibt."
    — (via itssclement)
     

  10. "We mistake sex for romance. Guys are taught that pushing a girl up against a wall is romance. Sex is easy; you can do it with anyone, yourself, with batteries. Romance is when someone you like walks into a room and they take your breath away. Romance is when two people are dancing and they fit together perfectly. Romance is when two people are walking next to each other and all of a sudden they find themselves holding hands, and they don’t know how that happened."
    — John C. Moffi  (via ridingsidesaddle)
     
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  12. (Quelle: guiltyhands, via mrsethcorbin)

     

  13. officialheinzdoofenshmirtz:

    people hearing you’re from maine and asking “have you ever seen stephen king?” in exactly the same tone they would ask “have you ever seen bigfoot?”

    (via kingsquotes)

     
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  15. loenielle:

    Wenn ich jetzt den Regen sehe, wie er in Schlierenbewegungen an meiner Fensterscheibe herunter tanzt, während ich ins Dunkle draußen starre, denke ich an uns und an unsere geteilten Worte. Wie sich deine Augen weiteten, als ich dir erklärt habe, dass wir uns doch alle nur auf selbst vorgekaute…