(Source: hrsst, via introv-erted)
"I am not always thinking sweetly of you. I am thinking angrily or indignantly or sulkily, quite often, but I am never not thinking of you. More often than not I am just worried about you, concerned and distressed about my baby lamb being tired or unhappy–and of course often it is with mad, mad passion and sometimes it is naughty, sometimes, only sometimes is it dirty or even sadistic. You are all over me, in sorrow or in joy, all of the time – Oh yes in drunkenness too, in conversation, in work, with every breath and heart-beat."
Laurence Olivier, from a letter
to Vivien Leigh (via violentwavesofemotion
"I’m in love with the idea of you and me still together in the future."
(Source: jumpinafterme, via introv-erted)
"It’s really admirable how much you care for him, Like instead of saying you’re a bad version of selflessness you can say how it’s really inspiring and rare what you do. Instead of blaming yourself you should give yourself credit. I think you’re really amazing and that you could do great revolutionary things only if you wanted to. Like i sometimes have a need to push you to do all of that but i don’t want you to get offended or tell you to do something you don’t care about. I’ve never met anyone with such insight into people. You could be Dostoevsky of psychology. I just see greatness in you. You’re not aware of your own skills, I learned so much about myself just by talking with you."
“I need the sea because it teaches me,
I don’t know if I learn music or awareness,
if it’s a single wave or its vast existence,
or only its harsh voice or its shining
suggestion of fishes and ships.
The fact is that until I fall asleep,
in some magnetic way I move in
the university of the waves.”
Artist Juan Valdivia (x).