Depression isn't a war you win. It's a battle you fight every day. You never stop, never get to rest. It's one bloody fray after another.
I saw the world from the stars' point of view, and it looked unbearably lonely.
Sometimes I think gravity may be death in disguise. Other times I think gravity is love, which is why love's only demand is that we fall.
We're not words, Henry, we're people. Words are how others define us, but we can define ourselves any way we choose.
Your entire sense of self-worth is predicated upon your belief that you matter, that you matter to the universe. But you don't. Because we are the ants.
Dreams are hopeful because they exist as pure possibility. Unlike memories, which are fossils, long dead and buried deep.
That's the problem with memories: you can visit them, but you can't live in them.
Because you can only die once but you can suffer forever.
We remember the past, live in the present, and write the future.
We may not get to choose how we die, but we can chose how we live. The universe may forget us, but it doesn't matter. Because we are the ants, and we'll keep marching on.
I could write my name across the sky, and it would be in invisible ink.
I was diamond on the outside, and I would not break. Inside, though, I was already broken.
History is just a way of keeping score, but it doesn't have to be who we are.
As human beings, we're born believing that we are the apex of creation, that we are invincible, that no problem exists that we cannot solve. But we inevitably die with all our beliefs broken.
Popularity is teenage heroin.
You can tell me I’m dead until the words lose their meaning, but it won’t change that I’m not, and I don’t want to waste the time I have.
Knowing leads to caring.