Stuck on Stupid

There’s something about you, baby
And I swear that it drives me crazy
I’m stuck on you baby,
Stuck on you baby
And I might need help,
Cause I can’t think of nothing else
You got me stuck on stupid,
Stuck on stupid for you
Look what you do to me

I hate that you still cross my mind every single day

We don’t stop loving someone, we simply learn to live without them.

I think that if life separates us and we end up in totally different places, we’ll always remember when our paths aligned for this period of time and I’ll be thankful for that. and I hope that wherever you are, you’ll be thankful, too. and I think that’s the best we can wish for.

—Strangers, again

Memories of you and I keep me up at night

strangers, again

I and You and only the word Love will separate us.

I and You and only the word Love will separate us.

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It is easy, of course, to fear happiness. There is often complacency in the acceptance of misery. We fear parting from our familiar roles. We fear the consequences of such a parting. We fear happiness because we fear failure. But we must overcome these fears. We must be brave. It is one thing to speculate about what might be. It is quite another to act in behalf of our dreams, to treat them as objectives that are achievable and worth achieving. It is one thing to run from unhappiness; it is another to take action to realize those qualities of dignity and well-being that are the true standards of the human spirit.

Tim O’Brien, Going After Cacciato

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