I used to believe loneliness was talking to myself. Now I believe loneliness is that I forget to talk to myself. I used to believe loneliness was that I was the only one left in the world. Now I believe loneliness is that I myself can be a world.
Some lonely feelings are shaken off, fall into the ground, take root and sprout. Some are carried away by the wind, spreading around to seek echoes.
Hurt is inflicted by others; pain heals by itself.
Some promises are like needles, weightless but sharp. They prick into your heart deep and straight, leaving the wounds so tiny that you can't even feel any pain.
If you believe all the sufferings are a must-take, you will eventually see the light shine up on your shoulders.
We laughed at young ignorance. We laughed at the aging years. We walk on the road, our dreams being ambitious but our eyes full of tears.
We feel more and more mature but actually it is just apathy. The impenetrable armor can't protect--only a hard scar does.
I used to be annoyed by my tearful sentimentality, but now I'm more receptive to such moments. I dare to reveal my vulnerability. Hence I get more touching instants.
Some people try hard to escape the yolks and get free. Some people drift around and become fearful of nothing.
To dodge challenges makes a loser. To take challenges makes a winner.
Loneliness can be: You set a goal with your ally, marching forward fearlessly, but when you are close to the light of hope, you turn around only to find your ally has disappeared.
When you're the only traveler on the path that only you believe is right, you don't have to be bothered by how the others judge you because you will await those who once laughed at you at the next exit of the future.
To accept defeat is to save our time and to switch our attention from places unworthy of it to those worthy of it.
Where one can go in the future does not rely on imagination but on what he did today and how well he did it.
One may hurt himself/herself to vent all the wrongs, but cannot sacrifice principles for survival.
When some people do something to us, some people only see it as a natural instinct but some others can perceive the epic behind.
Some caring moments can warm you up and pass on to others, and some hurts can push you to show your arms and draw the line.
Loneliness can be: You try to break away from blindly following most of the people in the world and try unconventional paths and nobody can understand you at the very beginning. However, after going through such loneliness, you'll get the real strengths that make you stand out.
To know how strong one is, you'd better not judge from how hard his protective shell is, but how deep his wound goes.
Only when you understand you do not have so much time as you thought, you would become very picky about everything in your life. Pardon me that my life is so short that I can only allow you to walk in it for some distance—you can go as far as possible, but you can't walk back and forth to just wander around.
Loneliness can be: When you need a hand, you find that there is nobody but yourself to rely on. To bear such loneliness is in itself a glorious defeat.
Too many failures are not the result of lame abilities but that of the decision to give up. Too many successes are not attributed to brilliant jobs but only because we hold on a bit longer than others.
Too many people want to first see the benefit before working hard but they do not know, for most of things, we work hard to see the benefit.
Only when you hold yourself accountable for every step you make do you reap a rich harvest.
When one person trusts you, you should not only let yourself down but also live up to their trust.