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just like a star

the noblest pleasure... is the joy of understanding


in preparation …


in preparation …

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I think that once you get over the age of 20, you begin to understand that there’s a lot of places where you can fall in and they are just locations of stases. Locations of paralysis. Places where there’s no growth. And whether it’s a job, whether it’s a way that you decide to pursue your life, whether it’s a philosophy, whether it’s a politic, we all know in our hearts when we’re choosing paralysis. When we’re choosing the dead zone over life. Yunior is one of these characters. I think that in some ways the closest he can come to love is after it’s fucking gone past and it’s only a shadow blasted in the wall. Then he’ll come every day and bring flowers to it.

—Junot Diaz on cheating and love in This Is How You Lose Her
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You must remind her that you are there. You must know how long it takes for her to give up. You must be there to hold her when she is about to.

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