"This world is so against young relationships. It tries its best to tear them down and to use statistics to prove how they wont work. When in reality, relationships that start young are the great ones. Finding someone while you are mutually maturing in your youth and being able to grow up with them; therefor learn with them. You get to see how unintelligence turns into wisdom. How nervousness turns into pure confidence. Growing up with a person is the base to a relationship and if you have that, there is a bond that will never be broken. A trust that is so much harder to be lost. Of course every relationship will go through its struggles and at the young age they wont experience the same as older couples, but they go through maturing lessons together. While they can both learn and teach each other the way to love and have fun. Instead of two people meeting and having to try and join their unknown knowledge together. Go find someone young, tell them you want to grow up with them, love with them, and learn with them."
— (via iov3)
"They’re no longer just streets anymore, but the places where we made memories."
— (via wordsmaketheheartgrowfonder)
She was passionate about the
rain and I was passionate
about the way she loved it.
It was that way with everything.
It is safe to say that
if I didn’t have her,
there would be no fire
in me at all.
— Christopher Poindexter (via creatures-of-the-rain)
"We have the ability to look people in the eyes and remind them that they are worthy of love."
— Katherine Henson (from this post)
"When sin runs deep, your grace is more."
— Lord I need You, oh I need You; every hour I need You. (via stumblingintolove)