“There’s always going to be a light on the other end of the tunnel…” -Chelsea Williams
“It’s basically me trying to flesh out why I tend to romanticize substance abuse…”-Hayden Maltese
“I cried for about two hours during their show.” -Andrea Saénz
“I just do what’s genuine for me and if it catches with one person, great.” -Kera Armendariz
“…I remember being in the shower and falling to the floor, sobbing, crying…”
“Forget about your name, forget about who you are and just love me forever, until you die, and die for me, and suffer for me, and that’s what she says in her song….”-Cécile Gúermo of Belle Époque.
“Our true purpose in life is to learn forgiveness.” -Indy Rishi
“I can take that experience and feel like I was cheated of a father because he was never around – it’s a path that exists. Or I can say, here’s a guy who lived his life and had a profound impact on the people that he interacted with and is now gone of his own decision. Whether the alcohol controlled that, or didn’t control that, whether he had a say, or didn’t have a say, it’s not really my place to say. Those were his choices.”- Peter Harper
“I saw how nature worked. Nature is infinite. Everything is reciprocal. Everything evolves together. Everything cross pollinates. Nothing is stagnant. If you’re stagnant in nature, you die.” -Martin Dunkerton
“…Allow myself to grieve, allow myself to cry, allow myself to call myself ‘stupid,’ and curse a little bit if I have to, but then after that, now I need to forgive. ‘I love myself.’ I found it it is easier to forgive others, even my enemies who betrayed me, than to forgive myself.” -Jessica Wen.