"That girl has been nearly impossible to find… but worth every second of the wait."
— Julian Baker
karlskaleidoscope:

And I swear, in that moment, we were Infinite ❤ (Taken with Instagram)

It’s like watching One Three Hill in Real life.

karlskaleidoscope:

And I swear, in that moment, we were Infinite ❤ (Taken with Instagram)

It’s like watching One Three Hill in Real life.

Brooke and Lucas from One Tree Hill taught me lessons about relationships.

littlemissinym:

The one you love can make you do wild and crazy things.

He or She will challenge you, and eventually make you a better person.

They will care for you and accept you for who you are. Even if you’re the worst possible choice for them.

That person will hurt you, but you will learn to forgive them because your love is unconditional.

But sadly, it also taught me this:

No matter how perfect you are for each other, no matter how many good and bad times you’ve spent together, and no matter how much you love that person, if you are not meant to be, you won’t be together in the end. Sometimes fate just lets two people meet each other to learn lessons from that relationship. It will make them stronger, and more mature. But in the end, they will still spend the rest of their lives with someone else.

PS.

</3 Saklap. Bitter ako. Sobra.

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"You know in life if you let it, you can always think of reasons to give up, But if you don’t, you just might find love in places you never imagined, in a new relationship or in your work. Whatever it is, just don’t give up on it. And if you don’t get it, well, you might get something better."
— Karen Roe, One Tree Hill

(Source: littlemissinym)

Brooke and Lucas from One Tree Hill taught me lessons about relationships.

The one you love can make you do wild and crazy things.

He or She will challenge you, and eventually make you a better person.

They will care for you and accept you for who you are. Even if you’re the worst possible choice for them.

That person will hurt you, but you will learn to forgive them because your love is unconditional.

But sadly, it also taught me this:

No matter how perfect you are for each other, no matter how many good and bad times you’ve spent together, and no matter how much you love that person, if you are not meant to be, you won’t be together in the end. Sometimes fate just lets two people meet each other to learn lessons from that relationship. It will make them stronger, and more mature. But in the end, they will still spend the rest of their lives with someone else.

PS.

</3 Saklap. Bitter ako. Sobra.

"Things aren’t always going to be fair in the real world, that’s just the way it is but for the most part you get what you give. Let me ask you all a question. What’s worse: not getting everything you wished for or getting it but finding out it’s not enough? The rest of your life is being shaped right now with the dreams you chase, the choices you make and the person you decide to be. The rest of your life is a long time and the rest of your life starts right now."
— Haley James Scott, One Tree Hill Season 5
"Katherine Anne Porter once said: There seems to be a kind of order in the universe in the movement of the stars and in the turning of the earth and the changing of the seasons. But human life is almost pure chaos. Everyone takes his stance, asserts his own rights and feelings, mistaking the motives of others, and his own."
— Lucas Scott, One Tree Hill

Remember tonight, for it is the beginning of always. A promise, like a reward for persisting through life so long alone. A belief in each other and the possibility of love. A decision to ignore simply rise above the pain in the past. A covenant, which at once binds two souls and yet severs prior ties. The celebration of the chance taken and the challenge that lies ahead. For two will always be stronger than one. Like a team braced against the tempests of the world. And love will always be the guiding force in our lives. For tonight is mere formality. Only an announcement to the world of feelings long held, promises made long ago in the sacred space in our hearts.

-Lucas Scott