Words of Wisdom

A broken leg can be remembered and located: "It hurt right below my knee, it throbbed, I felt sick at my stomach." But mental pain is remembered the way dreams are remembered — in fragments, unbidden realizations, like looking into a well and seeing the dim reflection of your face in that instant before the water shatters.

- Tracy Thompson

Things are always darkest just before they go pitch black.

- Kelly Robinson

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