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When I look back on my life, it’s not that I don’t want to see things exactly as they happened. It’s just I prefer to remember them, in an artistic way. And truthfully the lie of it all is much more honest because I invented it. Clinical psychology tells us arguably that trauma is the ultimate killer. Memories are not recycled like atoms and particles in quantum physics. They can be lost forever. It’s sort of like my past is an unfinished painting, and as the artist of that painting, I must fill in all the ugly holes. Make it beautiful again. It’s not that I’ve been dishonest. It’s just that I loathe reality.
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"That’s the problem with putting others first; you’ve taught them you come second."

- (via angiellehcim)

"One day I just woke up and realized that I can’t touch yesterday. So why the heck was I letting it touch me?"

- Steve Maraboli  (via t-h-e-w-i-l-d-ones)

(Source: psych-facts)

Untitled #7 by ssiladi featuring a leather tote bagSplendid long gray maxi skirt / Yves Saint Laurent platform sandals / Balenciaga leather tote bag / MARC BY MARC JACOBS black dial watch, $255 / Marc by marc jacobs ring / Prism tortoise glasses
Untitled #6 by ssiladi featuring high heel shoesAlexander McQueen black gown, $7,530 / Alexander McQueen black bustier, $7,520 / Alexander mcqueen dress, $7,405 / Valentino high heel shoes / Christian Louboutin black patent leather pumps / Casadei leather pumps, $885 / Alexander McQueen skull handbag, $2,420 / Valentino pink handbag / Gucci navy blue shoulder bag, $995
portraits of a lady by ssiladi featuring a pattern rugJonathan adler lamp / Blu Dot ceiling light / Pattern rug
home is where the heart is by ssiladi featuring a wood floor lampWood floor lamp, $335 / Yerra cowskin rug / Rizzy Home ivory bedding / Prada stretched canvas / TemaHome industrial table
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"It scares me to death to think that one day I might look back into my life and realize that I lived it painfully ordinary."