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Bishop Harber

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author • psych professor • thelemic hierologist • lover of boardgames • foodie • king in yellow nerd • unabashed centrist • military spouse • beholden to none

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Pandemonium: A Myth of Obse...

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“How do you destroy a devil to save an angel who’s torn out her own eyes to believe in only his whispered deceit in her ears?”
Bishop Harber, Pandemonium: A Myth of Obsession and Insanity

“Just as a child throws stones into a pond and watches the ripples expand outward so our words are like stones which we cast out upon that ethereal lake we call life. The ripples can—and many times often do—expand out from us to attract those of like mind.”
Bishop Harber, Ethereal Lake

“The Shadow Self is a personal aspect to each of us. It acts as a trixter-psychopomp, who if we listen carefully, can reveal to us the untold richness of the liquid gold that burns in the deepest realms of the collective unconscious; and it is the Shadow Self who can show us that we are who we think we are not, who we think we cannot be.”
Bishop Harber, Ethereal Lake

“Every great love starts with a great story...”
Nicholas Sparks, The Notebook

“I think infatuation is like a garden. If tended and cared for, it grows into love. If neglected or abused it dies. The only way to have eternal love is to never let your heart forget what it's like to live without it.
-Vane”
Sherrilyn Kenyon, Night Play

“Have you ever had a moment where you knew, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that you were in the right place?
That you were on the right journey? Maybe the sense that you’d crossed a boundary, jumped a hurdle, and somehow, after facing some unconquerable mountain, found yourself suddenly on the other side of it?
When the night was warm and the wind was cool, and a song carried through the quiet streets around you. When you felt the entire world around you, and you were part of it—of the hum of it—and everything was good.
Contentment, I suppose, is the simple explanation for it. But it seems more than that, thicker than that, some unity of purpose, some sense of being truly, honestly, for that moment, at home.
Those moments never seem to last long enough. The song ends, the breeze stills, the worries and fears creep in again and you’re left trying to move forward, but glancing back at the mountain behind you, wondering how you managed to cross it, afraid you really didn’t—that the bulk and shadow over your shoulder might evaporate and re-form before you, and you’d be faced with the burden of crossing it again.
The song ends, and you stare at the quiet, dark house in front of you, and you grasp the doorknob, and walk back into your life.”
Chloe Neill

“But there was a cost. Being near Ethan was just... incendiary. Part animosity, part ridiculous chemistry, neither conducive to a peaceful home environment. And this was only my first night under his thumb. Not a good sign of things to come.”
Chloe Neill

“There comes a point when you just love someone. Not because they're good, or bad, or anything really. You just love them. It doesn't mean you'll be together forever. It doesn't mean you won't hurt each other. It just mean you love them. Sometimes in spite of who they are, and sometimes because of who they are. And you know that they love you, sometimes because of who you are, and sometimes in spite of it.”
Laurell K. Hamilton, Incubus Dreams

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Bishop Harber I love you as certain dark things are to be loved, in secret, between the shadow and the soul.
―Pablo Neruda


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