Love & friendship

“Must be the time of year for shooting stars. Looking for each other, like everything is.” – Sebastian Barry

“Laughter is not at all a bad beginning for a friendship, and it is by far the best ending for one” – Oscar Wilde

“The more parts of yourself you can afford to forget the more charm you have.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald

“A friend, every now and then, needs to make their friend feel like they did as a child” – Paulo Sorrentino

“What’s the use of doing great things if I could have a better time telling her what I was going to do?” – F. Scott Fitzgerald

“An unshared happiness is not happiness”  – Christopher McCandless

“She thought I knew a lot because I knew different things from her.”
– F. Scott Fitzgerald

“‘I wish you and yours every joy in life, old chap, and tons of money, and may you never die until I shoot you.'” – James Joyce

“‘Now for every one there should be some one to whom one can speak frankly, for all the valor that one could have one becomes very alone.'”
– Ernest Hemingway

“Nor could I begin to fathom how someone so seemingly vulnerable, hesitant, and eager to confide so many uncertainties about herself could, with one and the same gesture, reach into my pants with unabashed recklessness and hold onto my cock and squeeze it.” – André Aciman 

“A handsome young man, rightly a ladies’ man…played about with a good many young girls, who were all in the dangerous age, since they were neither grown-ups nor children.” – Soren Kierkegaard

“Intimacy builds as partners take turns, laugh at each other’s jokes, and make reciprocal disclosures.” – Johnathan Haidt

“Once a boy has suffered rejection, he will find rejection even where it does not exist—or, worse, will draw it forth from people simply by expecting it.”
– John Steinbeck

“… friendship is the first dream of youth.” – Soren Kierkegaard