“Is there a way to tap into the darkest part of yourself and indulge? Of course there is, it’s called being honest about what you want and who. There are people who don’t deserve love, they don’t deserve goodness or sincerity. There is goodness in people that should reflect in their partner’s eyes but sometimes it doesn’t, sometimes it reminds them of who they are deep down. We hide behind masks of loyalty, innocence, sweetness, and kindness and for what? We hide what we want, who we want and why we want them. We push our own desires to the background and do what we know is ‘right’. Is it right to deny yourself happiness? Is it right to deny yourself what you’ve always wanted? Absolutely not. I’m using this as a place to show that darkest desires aren’t terrible things they’re just the truth. They’re the truth about who you are deep down and it’s nothing to be ashamed of. People are so worried about fitting the social norm and doing what they’re expected to do and being a good person. When is it time to let the darkness in? Late at night when you’re all alone? When you’re angry? No. It’s right to allow the darkness in daily. You need to acknowledge your darkness or it will consume you one day. I’d rather accept who I am hidden by my mask of purity than to hide from it. Because I can tell you one thing for certain, those who have control of their darkness and can look into your eyes and see your own wickedness.”
Robert Downey Jr. <3
OMG. SO NOT FAIR.
Confession is always weakness. The grave soul keeps its own secrets, and takes its own punishment in silence.” - Dorothea Dix
The ones who love you will never leave you. Even if there are hundred reasons to give up, they will find one reason to hold on.
If you love someone tell them, because hearts are often broken by words left unspoken.
Your voice makes me tremble inside and your smile is an invitation for my imagination to go wild.
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