She wants to fall in love with you but she’s afraid of getting hurt, afraid of lies, and afraid she’ll end up with only tears in her eyes.
"Faith in reason is the trust that the ultimate natures of things lie together in harmony which excludes mere arbitrariness. It the the faith that at the base of things we shall not find mere arbitrary mystery. This faith cannot be justified by any inductive generalization. It springs from direct inspection of the nature of things as disclosed in our own immediate present experience. There is no parting from your own shadow. To experience this faith is to know that in being ourselves we are more than ourselves: to know that our experience, dim and fragmentary as it is, yet sounds the utmost depths of reality."
"Until you’ve lost you’re reputation, you never realize what a burden it was or what freedom really is."