'Even if saving you sends me to heaven'

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I live for coincidences. They briefly give to me the illusion or the hope that there’s a pattern to my life, and if there’s a pattern, then maybe I’m moving toward some kind of destiny where it’s all explained.
This is Jonathan Ames (via Adam Gee, with whom I share an unhealthy fascination for serendipity). It represents a good example of one psychological motivation seeking serendipity: to create order out of chaos. (via theserendipityengine)

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i hate when you voluntarily tell your parents some information about your life because you think you can trust them and then they bitch at you for it like congrats you have guaranteed that i will never tell you anything ever again 

(Source: parasailin, via encourage)