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“Hate isn’t the opposite of love, apathy is. Hating doesn’t free you from feeling anything. You have to carry it around, using every scar, every little memory like a building block. Like a stone in a wall, until you’ve created a new person, a new life that you can live with.”
Rasmenia Massoud, Broken Abroad
“A city isn’t so unlike a person. They both have the marks to show they have many stories to tell. They see many faces. They tear things down and make new again.”
Rasmenia Massoud, Broken Abroad
“We laughed the way that only people who carry each other back from Hell can laugh when they finally get a hunger for the future once again.”
Rasmenia Massoud, Broken Abroad
“Not every daughter mourns the loss of a mother.”
Rasmenia Massoud, Broken Abroad
“I envy you, your youth. Every woman is still a dream, a thing that can’t exist. Even when you touch her, a creature too beautiful to be real or to cause real pain. It’s different for old men. We have more old wounds from these dreams.”
Rasmenia Massoud, Broken Abroad