I don’t know if you’re fully aware of this yet, but I’m not an easy person to be with. One I let you in, once I start telling you my secrets, I’m going to start trusting you. I’m going to start needing you. And that’s not really fair, I guess. You never asked me to love you. Chances are you had no idea just how broken and insecure I really was.

So, I apologise in advance. And I won’t blame you if you choose to leave. It’ll hurt like hell, but at least I’ll understand.

—  sorry in advance (08/10/14, 19:48)
When you listen to a thought, you are aware not only of the thought but also of yourself as the witness of the thought. A new dimension of consciousness has come in. As you listen to the thought, you feel a conscious presence - your deeper self - behind or underneath the thought, as it were. The thought then loses its power over you and quickly subsides, because you are no longer energizing the mind through identification with it. This is the beginning of the end of involuntary and compulsive thinking.
—  Eckhart Tolle // The Power of Now
I’m not good at making decisions. I’m good at over-thinking every possible outcome. I’m good at worrying and picturing myself failing. I’m good at staying awake all night, driving myself crazy with what-if’s and giving in to mostly unreasonable fears. But I’m not good at making decisions.
—  confessions (dp)