“In a way there’s only a fine shade of difference between the healthy and the deranged. Maybe those we call ‘sick’ are a bit more deranged than we are— after all, we need to draw a line somewhere. But there’s practically no such thing as a normal man. In ten thousand, it might even take several hundred thousand, you might find one. Even then he’d probably be a poor example.”—Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Crime and Punishment (via thegreenplaces)
Cause I remember that I like you, no matter what I found. She said, “It’s nice to have your friends round, but we’re watching the television with no sound”… You got something to say? Why don’t you speak it out loud, instead of living in your head? It’s always the same. Why don’t you take your heart out, instead of living in your head?