Love

«Choosing to be honest is the first step in the process of love. There is no practitioner of love who deceives. Once the choice has been made to be honest, then the next step on love's path is communication.»

Bell Hooks


«He holds her for an eternity. Time cascades into the void of the past. She inhales his scent. Full of man and strength and yearning. And she wonders why she ever doubted their relationship. Why she let Julian’s soothing touch coax her into loving him too. Gage is everything. Gage is hers.»

Laura Kreitzer


«Without love, life is worthless.»

Debasish Mridha


«Be the hero of your children’s story. Never let them believe for a minute that honor, courage and doing what is right is only reserved for other fathers and mothers.»

Shannon L. Alder


«A day without your child is like a day without sunshine; a month without your child is like a month without laughter; a year without your child is like a year without your heart; a lifetime without your child is like a lifetime without your soul…»

Kirsty Dallas


«I once read in my physics book that the universe begs to be observed, that energy travels and transfers when people pay attention. Maybe that's what love really boils down to--having someone who cares enough to pay attention so that you're encouraged to travel and transfer, to make your potential energy spark into kinetic energy.»

Jasmine Warga


«Focus on joy, not on hurt or fear.»

Debasish Mridha


«He was powerful and I died of love in his shadow.»

Elizabeth Gilbert


«Just because you're beautiful and perfect, it's made you conceited.»

William Goldman


«I preach that odd defiant melancholy that sees the dreadful loneliness of the human soul and the pitiful disaster of human life as ever redeemable and redeemed by compassion, friendship and love.»

John Derbyshire


«He's more myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.»

Emily Brontë


«LET’S GO BACK HOME»

Giorge Leedy


«When you end a chapter in your book of 'Wrong Men,' don't close the book of your love story, just turn the page.»

Kelly Rossi


«Each in the most hidden sack kept»

Pablo Neruda


«Hope keeps us alive.»

Debasish Mridha


«Daniel first kisses his brother in a town where no-one knows them, a no-account place that's barely even a town, just some buildings clustered around the highway: a smoky bar, an empty motel, a convenience store that only sells candy and condoms and beer. The nearest gas station is twenty miles away. The nearest bus station is fifty.»

Kirsty Logan


«But there was nothing but the cold, hard truth that loving someone and being loved back was only the beginning, not the end, of all the pain.»

Tiffany Reisz


«If you are doing what you love to do and on the way helping the humanity, then you are a success.»

Debasish Mridha


«Deny yourself nothing in life.»

Jennifer Pierre


«When I look back on the sixteen years Perry and I have been married, I can see the places where we've made each other better. There are parts of us etched into each other like the rings in the trunk of a tree. We've grown, we've changed, we've been forever marked. And ultimately, we are so much better together than either of us would be on our own.»

Melanie Shankle


«When you are in peace with you, you will find the peace everywhere you go.»

Debasish Mridha


«There are two apparently opposing forces that govern our lives. No, not good and evil. Love and fear.»

John C. Parkin


«She was chaos and beauty intertwined. A tornado of roses from divine.»

Shakieb Orgunwall


«Because when you find something you love, you can’t quit. Every failure pushes you harder. It’s in your soul and in your fucking heart»

Becca Ritchie


«Be selfish; love yourself before loving anyone else.»

Debasish Mridha


«This is your heart.Keep it locked until the chap turns up who has the key.»

Jean Webster


«The givers of true love hardly expect perfection»

Aniekee Tochukwu


«What is love after all but trusting in the unknown.»

Marty Rubin


«To abandon a child, she had once said to someone, when she thought Cassandra couldn't hear, was an act so cold, so careless, it refused forgiveness.»

Kate Morton


«She praised his book and he embraced her from gratitude rather than lust, but she didn't let go. Neither did he. She kissed his cheek, his earlobe. For months they'd run their fingers around the hem of their affection without once acknowledging the fabric. The circumference of the world tightened to what their arms encompassed. She sat on the desk, between the columns of read and unread manuscript, and pulled him toward her by his index fingers.»

Anthony Marra