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“Does this darkness have a name? This cruelty, this hatred.How did it find us? Did it steal into our lives or did we seek it out and embrace it? What happened to us? That we now send our children out into the world like we send young men to war, hoping for their safe return but knowing that some will be lost along the way. When did we lose our way? Consumed by the shadows, swallowed whole by the darkness. Does this darkness have a name? Is it your name?”

With tired eyes, tired minds, tired souls, we slept, asked by rasperries


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  •  [Voiceover]
  • Brooke: George Bernard Shaw once wrote: There are two tragedies in life. One is to lose your heart`s desire. The other is to gain it. Clearly, Shaw had his heart broken once or twice.
  • Mouth: So Mr.Shaw thinks that getting your heart`s desire is a tragedy? I say he`s wrong. I mean, clearly Shaw never kissed Erica Marsh.
  • Nathan: As far as I concerned, Shaw was a punk. 'Cause you know what? Tragedies happen. What are you gonna do, give up? Quit? No, I realize now that when your heart breaks, you got to fight like hell to make sure you're still alive. Because you are. And that pain you feel? That's life. The confusion and fear? That's there to remind you, that somewhere out there is something better, and that something is worth fighting for.
  • Haley: This year I got everything I wanted and everything I wished for. But in a way, I lost even more.
  • Lucas: Shaw was right. As we strain to gasp the things we desire the things we think will make our lives better: money, popularity, fame...we ignore what truly matters ... the simple things... like friendship, family, love. The things we probably already had.
  • Peyton: Yes, losing your heart`s desire is tragic. But gaining your heart`s desire? That`s all you can hope for. This year I wished for love...to immerse myself in someone else and to wake a heart long afraid to feel. My wish was granted. And if having that is tragic, then give me that tragedy. Because I wouldn`t give it back for the world.

“Douglas Adams once wrote, he felt that his whole life was some kind of dream, and he sometimes wondered who’s it was, and whether they were enjoying it.”


Nathan Scott, One Tree Hill (Season 2, Episode 20)

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“Octavio Paz once wrote: Solitude is the profoundest fact of the human condition. Man is the only being who knows he is alone.”


Lucas Scott, One Tree Hill (Season 2, Episode 14)

“Oliver Wendell Holmes once said: Many people die with their music still in them. Too often it is because they are always getting ready to live. Before they know it, time runs out.”


Lucas Scott, One Tree Hill (Season 2, Episode 7)

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“Katherine Anne Porter once said: There seems to be a kind of order in the universe in the movement of the stars and in the turning of the earth and the changing of the seasons. But human life is almost pure chaos. Everyone takes his stance, asserts his own rights and feelings, mistaking the motives of others, and his own.”


Lucas Scott, One Tree Hill (Season 2, Episode 6)

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“T.H. White said: Perhaps we all give the best of our hearts uncritically to those who hardly think about us in return.”


Lucas Scott, One Tree Hill (Season 2, Episode 2)

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“Some people believe that ravens guide travelers to their destinations. Others believe that the sight of a solitary raven is considered good luck while more than one raven together predicts trouble ahead.”


Lucas Scott, One Tree Hill (Season 1, Episode 22)

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“What a frightening thing the human is, a mass of gauges and dials and registers, and we can read only a few and those perhaps not accurately. - John Steinbeck”


Lucas Scott, One Tree Hill (Season 1, Episode 9)