run for the hills before they burn;

 Grey’s Anatomy: Tell Me Sweet Little Lies

As doctors, we’re trained to be skeptical, because our patients lie to us all the time. The rule is, every patient is a liar until proven honest. Lying is bad. Or so we are told constantly from birth—honesty is the best policy, the truth shall set you free, I chopped down the cherry tree, whatever. The fact is, lying is a necessity. We lie to ourselves because the truth, the truth freaking hurts.

Conceal, don’t feel.

The Mockingjay

I wanna remember you. Remember us. Ya know, before.
Me too.
Seems like we…
I know.

(…) He wanted to say more, much more. But nothing came.

b e   p a t i e n t .

        i have all the time in the world.

j: you can do this.
e: *does the thing*


tsukkai requested stiles + apple cinnamon palette

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