20 Quotes From The Greatest Love Letters Of The 20th Century

Madhuri:

Perfect read for a Sunday…..

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1. I don’t ask you to love me always like this, but I ask you to remember. Somewhere inside of me there will always be the person I am tonight. – F. Scott Fitzgerald

2. I love you more than anybody in the world… I love you for millions and millions of things, clocks and vampires and dirty nails and squiggly paintings and lovely hair and being dizzy and falling dreams. – Dylan Thomas

3. I just miss you, in a quite simple desperate human way. I miss you even more than I could have believed; and I was prepared to miss you a good deal. So this letter is really just a squeal of pain. – Vita Sackville-West

4. I don’t want to live – I want to love first, and live incidentally. – Zelda Fitzgerald

5. There are several kinds of love. One is a selfish, mean, grasping, egotistical thing which…

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15 Things That Happen When You Have An All-Or-Nothing Personality

Madhuri:

So accurate, it blows my mind!

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1. You’re often the most gung-ho of all your friends, and tend to get The Most Excited Ever when you hear of something new for you to try together. (And you’re sort of stumped when they don’t immediately meet your enthusiasm, so you have to remind yourself that it’s okay that you don’t all share the same interests all of the time.)

2. But on the days when you cannot be bothered to put on pants, let alone leave your place, there is no convincing you otherwise, and you realize, oh, this is where they’re coming from when they’re not into doing something… now I get it.

3. When you want something, you are laser-focused on it. Not a cheaper alternative from a fast fashion retailer (or even a comparably priced one from a different store). You dream about the thing you saw, and either stalk it until it…

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20 Of The Funniest Jokes You’ll Read All Day

Madhuri:

Hehehe… Happy Weekend :)

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We Are Born In One Day. We Die In One Day. We Meet The Loves Of Our Lives In One Day. Never Underestimate A Day.

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No feeling is final, but each moment is.

Your life happens in a day. The only thing that really exists in a life is a day. If you aren’t present, you’re already half dead. There are no cumulative moments, there are only details, there are only days.

And we waste most of them.

Waste most of them buying clothes for another day, working toward goals that we never fully realize. Everything is a means to an elusive and untouchable end, everything is to make a plan for things that will inevitably be rocked off course anyway. We don’t schedule finding the loves of our lives. We don’t anticipate the day we’re going to die. We don’t know these things won’t happen tomorrow, or today, we just assume.

You won’t remember the days, you’ll remember a few moments within the days. The more you’re focused on a hypothetical someday, the more you’ll miss. The less…

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17 Unladylike Things 20-Something Women Have Got To Stop Doing

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1. Calling each other derogatory names like bitch, slut, whore, etc. I’ll throw my hat in here because I definitely commit this offense, and like many other women, I too need to stop it. There are so many other words we can use to show affection to our fellow womenfolk that are not historical and present words used to demean women.

2. Taking embarrassing screenshots of people who are trying to date you (and you rejecting them) and posting it for the world to see. You may argue till the cows come home that both genders do this but to be honest, I have mostly only seen women do it and it needs to stop. This is just really tacky.

3. Either being extremely condescending when receiving a compliment, or self-deprecating. Neither is attractive. Just say, “thank you.”

4. Getting angry at guys for doing old-fashioned things. I kid you…

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Say it with a Poem..

What better way to start a day than reading something great. These past few weeks have been so busy (read: stressful) at work that I’ve barely had the time to write out a decent blog post. And that’s just very upsetting. My only solace all these days has been reading… The best things in life are definitely free and all around us, all we have to do is take a look around…

This morning, one of the bloggers I adore posted a poem on social media, and I knew that I wanted to share it as well… I’m sure everyone can relate to this, because we’ve all had our hearts broken, and it sucks!!! So here goes…

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xo