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An abundance of Katherines – John Green

  • Monotony: It gets repetitive, even dull. But it never stops hurting.
  • All roads led to her. She was the nexus of all the connections his brain made- the wheel’s hub.
  • And he remembered everything about it and also everything about everything else, and why couldn’t he forget.
  • You can love someone so much. But you can never love people as much as you can miss them.
  • There’s one thing I know, its that’s there’s some people in this world, who you can just love and love and love no matter what.
  • How you matter is defined by the things that matter to you.
  • It’s so easy to get stuck, you just get caught in being something, being special or cool or whatever, to the point where you don’t even know why you need it; you just think you do.
  • The past is a logical story. It’s the sense of what happened. But since it is not yet remembered, the future need not make sense at all.
  • We all matter-maybe less than a lot but always more than none.
  • I remember stories. I connect the dots and then out of that comes a story. And the dots that don’t fit into the story just slide away, maybe. Like when you spot a constellation. You look up and you don’t see all the stars. All the stars look like a big random mess that they are. But you want to see shapes; you want to see stories, so you pick them out of the sky.
  • Even if it’s a dumb story, telling it changes other people just the slightest bit, just as living the story changes me.