Before you kiss someone for the first time, just wait.

Take a second to look at them. They are so new, so unfamiliar. Right now you don’t know how they taste, how their hands will press against your skin, how they’ll breathe. You won’t see them like this again.

Look at them wanting - the apprehension in their eyes. They don’t know either. In their mind you are uncharted territory.

Isn’t that special?

Keep it. That’s how you’ll never lose them. Every so often afterwards look at them through these eyes. Don’t lose that wonder. Don’t lose the spark.

—  S.Z. // Excerpt from a book I’ll never write #197

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The lives of a young couple intertwine with a much older man as he reflects back on a lost love while he’s trapped in an automobile crash.

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Release Date : 2015-04-10
Casts : Alan Alda, Melissa Benoist, Amy Parrish, Britt Robertson, Jack Huston, Lolita Davidovich, Scott Eastwood, Oona Chaplin
Duration : 128 minutes runtime
Rating : 7.7

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The Longest Ride (2015)


PG-13 | 139 min | Drama, Romance | 10 April 2015 (USA)

After an automobile crash, the lives of a young couple intertwine with a much older man, as he reflects back on a past love.

Director: George Tillman Jr.

Writers: Nicholas Sparks (novel), Craig Bolotin (screenplay)

Stars: Scott Eastwood, Britt Robertson, Alan Alda

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Girls love each other like animals. There is something ferocious and unself-conscious about it. We don’t guard ourselves like we do with boys. No one trains us to shield our hearts from each other. With girls, it’s total vulnerability from the beginning. Our skin is bare and soft. We love with claws and teeth and the blood is just proof of how much. It’s feral.

And it’s relentless.

—  Leah Raeder, Black Iris


Ralph Waldo Emerson

Born on this date, May 25 in 1803 in Boston, Massachusetts, Ralph Waldo Emerson was an American Transcendentalist poet, philosopher and essayist. One of his best-known essays is “Self-Reliance.” In 1832, he became a Transcendentalist, leading to the later essays "Self-Reliance” and “The American Scholar.”

In 1832 Emerson traveled to Europe, where he met with literary figures Thomas Carlyle, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth. When he returned home in 1833, he began to lecture on topics of spiritual experience and ethical living. He moved to Concord, Massachusetts, in 1834 and married Lydia Jackson in 1835.

Emerson’s early preaching had often touched on the personal nature of spirituality. Now he found kindred spirits in a circle of writers and thinkers who lived in Concord, including Margaret Fuller, Henry David Thoreau and Amos Bronson Alcott (father of Louisa May Alcott).

Emerson became known as the central figure of his literary and philosophical group, now known as the American Transcendentalists. These writers shared a key belief that each individual could transcend, or move beyond, the physical world of the senses into deeper spiritual experience through free will and intuition. In this school of thought, God was not remote and unknowable; believers understood God and themselves by looking into their own souls and by feeling their own connection to nature.

Emerson died on April 27, 1882, in Concord. His beliefs and his idealism were strong influences on the work of his protégé Henry David Thoreau and his contemporary Walt Whitman, as well as numerous others. His writings are considered major documents of 19th-century American literature, religion and thought.

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