“I believe the universe wants to be noticed. I think the universe is improbably biased toward consciousness, that it rewards intelligence in part because the universe enjoys its elegance being observed. And who am I, living in the middle of history, I tell the universe that it-or my observation of it-is temporary?”
That’s the thing about pain, it demands to be felt
|—||The fault in our stars (via sharp02)|
the paper towns quote is a metaphor like the one person comented that once you realize the world is made of paper you cant unsee it but it was also literal in the sense that margo wasnt running away for a few days like she did in the past, she was leaving for good this time.
Hey :) Can you please please answer this? So I'm reading Paper Towns and I've came across this part where Margo writes, "You will go to the Paper Towns and you will never come back." What does she mean?
Do you know what page in An Abundance of Katherines the quote "What is the point of being alive if you don't at least try to do something remarkable?" is on?
Here’s to all the places we went. And all the places we’ll go. And here’s to me, whispering again and again and again and again: iloveyou.
|—||John Green, An Abundance of Katherines (via ay-vuhsayswhat)|
And Colin thought: Because like say I tell someone about my feral hog hunt. Even if it’s a dumb story, telling it changes other people just the slightest little bit, just as living the story changes me. An infinitesimal change. And that infinitesimal change ripples outward - ever smaller but everlasting. I will get forgotten, but the stories will last. And so we all matter - maybe less than a lot, but always more than none.
|—||An Abundance of Katherines by John Green (via bdabeccacarmen)|
because as good as kissing feels, nothing feels as good as the anticipation of it.
|—||john green, an abundance of katherines (via alyssawhoaa)|
You can love someone so much… But you can never love people as much as you can miss them.
|—||An Abundance of Katherines, John Green (via alexithymia-daily)|
Dating, after all, only ends one way: poorly. If you think about it, and Colin often did, all romantic relationships end in either (1) breakup, (2) divorce, or (3) death.
|—||An abundance of Katherines by John Green (via bambinwave)|