Dishonesty to spare someone’s feelings belittles everyone involved. Dishonesty to get free stuff is just smart economics. — Jimmy (played by Chris Geere) in You’re the Worst, 2014.
Funny how people have distorted versions of themselves. Makes me want to ask - are you looking through rose-colored glasses, stupid or just a damn good liar.
You can hide memories, but you can’t erase the history that produced them. — Sara Kimoto to Tsukuru in Haruki Murakami’s Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage, 2014.
A private view of what is public. 

(Taken during a weekend of laze at my sanctuary, August 16, 2014, Manila, Philippines).

A private view of what is public.

(Taken during a weekend of laze at my sanctuary, August 16, 2014, Manila, Philippines).

Feel the fear and the pain, let it all in, and then let it all go. — Cordelia Goode (to her mother Fiona) played by Sarah Paulson, American Horror Story: Cove, 2014.
Someone got his unlazy and re-organized my shelf. 

(Taken August 5, 2014 at my sanctuary)

Someone got his unlazy and re-organized my shelf.

(Taken August 5, 2014 at my sanctuary)

Some play it safe on the merry-go-round. Others go for the thrills on the rollercoaster. — Fiona Goode (played by Jessica Lange) in American Horror Story: Coven, 2013
Time’s come. Time’s gone. Time’s never returning. — I-narrator in Russell Banks’ The Moor, 2000
Someone forgot to take account of the weight of the books. 

(Taken one clean-up night at my sanctary, July 23, 2014)

Someone forgot to take account of the weight of the books.

(Taken one clean-up night at my sanctary, July 23, 2014)