Quotes to accompany art ~

I saw an angel once but she had lost her wings.

I saw an angel once, she seemed broken of all things.

I saw an angel once and asked her why she was sad.

The angel looked at me and said “Because the world has gone mad.”

– Pillow thoughts.

may your weapon be kindness, your shield compassion.

May the flowers grow again to sprout love from all this sadness.

– pillow thought.

The tragedy of what could have been is nearly is crippling as what once was but can never be again.

– pillow thoughts.

Of all the tragedies on this earth, there is none more tragic than a person who cannot see their worth.

– pillow thoughts.

The stars have died and left their light to you.

Remember this when you feel weak and worthless and blue.

– pillow thoughts.

You are a lonely sailboat, afraid of drowning where no one will see,

Yet you forget you have never been alone, not while you have the sea.

– pillow thoughts.

Loneliness is a sign that you are in desperate need of yourself.

– Rupi kaur, Milk and Honey.

Silly girl, your different was your beautiful all along.

– Atticus.

She was not for everyone but she was for me.

– Atticus.

She was someone who if the plane was going down and everyone was screaming, she would look me in the eyes and laugh and her laugh would make me laugh and then we’d both be laughing.

The two crazy people laughing as our plane was going down.

– Atticus

I had a big smile on my face as I burnt the bridges to all the things I could not repair.

– Does the smoke still choke you?

– Amanda Lovelace.

Stand up like a mountain, have faith like a rock, love like an avalanche.

– Bob Goff

The rules for love are simple; Everybody, always.

– Bob Goff

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