Or maybe he’s making you wait because the more you wait, the more you’ll appreciate what you’re going to get. The longer you wait, the longer you’ll keep what he’s going to give you.
Yes, we are in love, but we’re two parallel lines.
Like a broken bone when it’s cold outside, it may still sting a little bit some days. You will walk with wobbly legs at first until you are finally ready to get your feet back on the ground. But with time, you will do it. You will overcome this in the most graceful way possible.
But one thing I’ve learned, time is not evil, time doesn’t hate you. Time is on your side, time is looking out for you and time is preparing something magical for you — something you didn’t even expect.
Whatever it is, I don’t think it is fair of you to blame it on time.
Time is a powerful mistress, but she is not a god. She does not heal all wounds. And that’s okay.
We were infinite, tiny moments of time—and we became love. But our time ran out.
We’re from a place where it rains a lot so I guess we’re used to the drizzle of an aimless day.
If you’re in tune with your value and what makes you feel good, you won’t surround yourself with people or energies that make you feel anything less.
When we’re content, we fall behind. We don’t bother to strive for improvement because we think this is the best we can have (or be).