i. There’s a point right at the edge of the world where angels go to cry. They sit soft on sea-damp rocks and hide their eyes behind tapering fingers. Then they weep all their sadness away.
Angels shouldn’t be sad but they find that they are all the same.
ii. He doesn’t believe in angels.
iii. If he did then they’d be tall boys in glasses who bend into themselves to take up less space in a room. If he did he’d tell them to stand up straight.
iv. You ought to take up all the space that there is in the world. You think you’re nothing but you look like everything to me.
v. Angels don’t cry and tall boys don’t bend.
The sun only comes up because it wants to laugh at all the lies we’re telling ourselves."
Kurt Vonnegut ‘Cat’s Cradle’ (via jalillmatic)
in west narnia born and raised
through the wardrobe was where i spent most of my days
"It’s important to forgive."
"Who do you have the hardest time forgiving?"