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this is actually disgusting…

sammlee:

tokuma:

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this is actually disgusting…

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Another notion we get from novels and plays is that ‘falling in love’ is something quite irresistible; something that just happens to one, like measles. And because they believe this, some married people throw up the sponge and give in when they find themselves attracted by a new acquaintance. But I am inclined to think that these irresistible passions are much rarer in real life than in books, at any rate when one is grown up. When we meet someone beautiful and clever and sympathetic, of course we ought, in one sense, to admire and love these good qualities. But is it not very largely in our own choice whether this love shall, or shall not, turn into what we call ‘being in love’? — C.S. Lewis (via johnliao)

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We all make choices. But in the end, our choices make us. — Andrew Ryan, BioShock (via quote-book)