"It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade."
- Charles Dickens, Great Expectations (via aestheticintrovert)
(Source: quotegarden.com, via leaveyouapen)
"There are cloudy moments when one asks himself if men do not deserve all the disasters into which they rush! No — I recover myself — they do not deserve them. But we, instead of saying “I wish” must say “I will.” And what we will, we must will to build it, with order, with method, beginning at the beginning, when once we have been as far as that beginning. We must not only open our eyes, but our arms, our wings."
- Henri Barbusse (via observando)
"Always dying, never dead;
Ever ending, never ended;
Loathed in darkness,
Clothed in light,
He comes, to end a world,
As morning ends the night."
- Roger Zelazny (via observando)
"The sun sees your body. The moon sees your soul."
- NJ (via f-u-g-i-t-i-v-o)
(Source: bloodyprincessss, via magic-teacup)