You can’t judge a book by its cover, you can’t love someone while messing with another. No, you can’t win a war that you’re fighting with your brother. You wanna have peace? You gotta love one another.
You never know the last time you’ll see a place. A person.
It’s Not Summer Without You by Jenny Han
Experience had taught me that even the most precious memories fade with the passage of time.
The Wedding by Nicholas Sparks
She always says she doesn’t believe women should get married before the age of thirty-five. She says women change so much in their twenties, they can’t possibly know who they are, and the choices they make before the age of thirty are rarely good ones.
Another Piece of My Heart by Jane Green
Nothing comes ahead of its time, and nothing ever happened that didn’t need to happen.
A Thousand Names for Joy by Byron Katie
I’ve found that luck is quite predictable. If you want more luck, take more chances, be more active, show up more often.
What do you think is easier? Knowing you’re going to die on a certain date and time, or knowing it might happen any moment when you least expect it?
Life is all about change. If it were static, think about how boring it would be. You can’t be afraid of it, and you can’t worry that you’ll mess things up.
You can’t expect a selfish person to love you selflessly. Nor a proud person to love you humbly.
Change isn’t always for the best.
The Best of Me by Nicholas Sparks
Everyone knows they’re going to die, but nobody believes it. If we did, we would do things differently.
Some changes happen deep down inside of you. And the truth is, only you know about them. Maybe that’s the way it’s supposed to be.
Tiger Eyes by Judy Blume
I’ve learned that memories can have a physical, almost living presence.
Dear John by Nicholas Sparks