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"The only way you can beat my crazy was by doing something crazy yourself. Thank you. I love you. I knew it the minute I met you. I’m sorry it took so long for me to catch up. I just got stuck."

- Pat
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I think in this modern era, people have lost a sense of ‘touch’. Not literally, of course. But I dare say that I found it troublesome that many revolve to texting rather than actual words. They quickly turn to their fingers rather than say things that actually matter. Hence, the fingers do all the talking. So impersonal. Borderline cheap. We live in an era where it’s as casual to ask someone out by text as it’s understanding to dump the person via text as well. What have we all become? Whatever happened to phonecalls & straightforward face-to-face conversations? Being ‘let go’ via text speaks volume about one’s personality. Opting for this alternative works as a quick way out. I find it disdainful. And I am still mind-boggled by it. Plain characters hurt more than actual words. It’s not necessarily what she said, it’s how she conveyed it. Am I so undeserving of an actual conversation? I thought about shooting her a text, but ultimately refrained. What for? We’re obviously not having the same ‘conversation’. We’re we ever? I presume I’ll never know.      

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For the past few months, I’ve been reluctant to post. The will was non-existent. The motivation was lost. Lost within myself. But tonight, I’ll attempt to give my head a shake. Yet, this may be a difficult task. I’m conflicted and drowning in this illusion of grandeur: those who try hard will be rewarded. I personally think this is will never be the case for me. For the past few months, I have tried to make it work.But in vain. It’s so discouraging. Sure, I could have accepted it as another learning experience or perhaps a life experience. Still, I’m struggling to grasp it. For every disappointment relative to relationships, this cold and strange feeling firmly settles in. Cela me laisse de glaçe.    

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"Falling in love is a crazy thing to do. It’s kind of like a form of socially acceptable insanity."

- Amy
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"No amount of fire or freshness can challenge what a man will store up in his ghostly heart."

- Nick Carraway