No fuiste el amor de mi vida, ni de mis días, ni de mi momento. Pero te quise y te quiero, aunque estemos destinados a no ser.

Rayuela, Julio Cortázar (via sanddyg)

El amor no se elige, te elige… Un día te das cuenta que no soportas vivir sin ella, que cuando estás con ella piensas que dentro de un rato ella se irá y la besas con tanta pasión como si ese beso fuese a parar el tiempo o a darte más minutos con ella. El amor ya te escogió y tu tienes que dejarte llevar. Luego se acaba y cuando pierdes, el miedo vuelve a empezar…

Julio Cortázar (via mancuspiabipolar)

Y es que, claro, el pecho, el cuerpo no es nunca más que uno; pero las almas que viven dentro no son dos, ni cinco, sino innumerables; el hombre es una cebolla de cien telas, un tejido compuesto de muchos hilos.

Hermann Hesse   (via reishexperience)

Una noche en el Expi #Guadalajara mi #Barrio  (en Templo Expiatorio)

Una noche en el Expi #Guadalajara mi #Barrio (en Templo Expiatorio)

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