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Life scars us. It is inevitable. We learn to live with those scars, or they kill us long before we actually die. Small scars, large, scars as long and deep as the ocean—they define us; they become a part of our life map.

—Jonathan Carroll (via browndresswithwhitedots)

When you’re in bed with someone, you’re seeing them as they really are. No masks or camouflage to hide behind because they’re at their most naked and vulnerable. It’s like seeing someone’s face when they first wake up in the morning. *That* face is who they really are

—Jonathan Carroll (via browndresswithwhitedots)