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CALIFORNIA PALM/ Hawaiian Coconut. 
"I was tired of pretending that I was someone else just to get along with people, just for the sake of having friendships."

— Kurt Cobain


Ne pas vendre la peau de l’ours avant de l’avoir tué.
"As Rank described it, our basic suffering is rooted in a kind of original separation anxiety, which he called a ‘fear of life.’ We fear what has already irrevocably happened—separation from the greater whole—and yet we also come to fear the loss, in death, of this precious individuality. ‘Between these two fear possibilities,’ Rank wrote, ‘these poles of fear, the individual is thrown back and forth all his life, which accounts for the fact that we have not been able to trace fear back to a single root, or to overcome it therapeutically.’"

— Thoughts Without A Thinker, Mark Epstein, M.D.

"Idea meets execution. Feeling becomes action.
I don’t know why people find this idea so hard to get. I mean, you can throw any two people together, it doesn’t mean they’ll fall in love. Everyone knows this. No one quite understands how it works. It’s just those people, where they are in their lives, how circumstance throws them together. Sure, it’s happened before, but never quite in that way. Maybe they seem to come together all wrong. Maybe they’ve loved others. Maybe they don’t always do right by each other…but it’s still there, the love. The event. And no one would dare criticize it just because it’s common, it’s a little asymmetrical, and anyone can do it. It is unique. It is theirs. It is beautiful. They have made something that has been made a million times before and has also never existed before that moment."

— Maureen Johnson


yimmy yayo