Jacqueline Koyanagi Famous Quotes & Sayings

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6 Jacqueline Koyanagi Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Jacqueline Koyanagi Sayings: I can't stand how much like my dreams you smell; it's torture. You are torture. I can't stand how much like my dreams you smell; it's torture. You are torture. You wear metal on your skin like you're made of it, and it bites at me every time you're around. No matter how many showers I take, I smell your scent on me, on this ship, while I'm trying to sleep. I don't understand it, and can't stand it. I can't stand how I want you so badly and don't at the same time, because you're what I've been looking for, and I don't know what it means to have found it.
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Jacqueline Koyanagi Sayings: During times of need, it was always the people with the least to give who During times of need, it was always the people with the least to give who ended up sacrificing the most.
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Jacqueline Koyanagi Sayings: Love is like sunlight," she said when I didn't respond. "You can give all of Love is like sunlight," she said when I didn't respond. "You can give all of yourself to someone and still have all of yourself left to give to others, and to yourself. To your work. To anything or anyone you choose. Love isn't like food; you won't starve anyone by giving It freely. It's not a finite resource.
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Jacqueline Koyanagi Sayings: There's magic in recognizing a kindred spirit, and an even greater power in letting yourself There's magic in recognizing a kindred spirit, and an even greater power in letting yourself love them. When it scares you, let it - that's your ego letting go.
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Jacqueline Koyanagi Sayings: And there I was, a woman who yearned so hard for the sky there had And there I was, a woman who yearned so hard for the sky there had to be stars in my blood, yet I was stuck in Heliodor City, missing it all.
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Jacqueline Koyanagi Sayings: Treatments worked well enough for us to get by. Most people lived into old age, Treatments worked well enough for us to get by. Most people lived into old age, but the medication, like everything else, has never been free. Life was a privilege, not a right, apparently. Something you had to struggle for when you were unlucky enough to be born at the intersection of poverty and bad genes.