MOSQUITOLAND QUOTES

“The best place to find yourself is in the middle of nowhere.”

“I felt like I was on the verge of something, and I didn’t know if it was something good, or if it was something terrible.”

“Home is where the heart is, and my heart is anywhere but here.”

“My problem is that I’m a puzzle with too many pieces missing.”

“You can’t outrun your problems, but you can outrun the place they were born.”

“We are all wanderers on this earth, our hearts are full of wonder and our souls are deep with dreams.”

“We are all just one decision away from a completely different life.”

“Sometimes the people we love are the hardest ones to trust.”

“Sometimes the hardest part of a journey is believing you can actually make it to the end.” “You don’t have to be anybody’s nothing. You don’t owe it to anyone.”

“The way I see it, anything is possible until you prove me wrong.”

“The past is never really gone. It just becomes the present again.”

“Sometimes, the flaws in a thing are its most interesting feature.” KAMYABI QUOTES IN URDU

“I think sometimes we get stuck in situations because we’re scared of what’s on the other side.”

“The thing about believing in something is that it’s sometimes all you’ve got.”

“Being weird is just a side effect of being awesome.”

“I wondered if fear has the power to do more than just paralyze. If it can actually warp the way you see things, twist them like a Funhouse mirror to make them more about your dread than your reality.”

“I suppose one could say I was ‘finding myself,’ but I wasn’t sure what that even meant.”

“When it comes down to it, we’re all just trying to find our way.”

“Home isn’t just a place. It’s a feeling of safety and security that you carry with you wherever you go.”

“Sometimes the hardest part of moving forward is realizing that some things can’t come with you.”

“I was never one to just sit back and let life happen to me. I wanted to be the one making things happen.”

“Loneliness isn’t just the absence of people. It’s the absence of understanding.”

“I realized that sometimes the hardest part of change is not knowing who you are anymore.”