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15 Quotes by Nina LaCour that Will Make You Feel Things

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Have you ever read a quote and think “Wow, that was so spot on”? Or feel comforted by the fact that you’re not the only one who feels the way you do? Whether you’ve read Nina LaCour before or you’ve never touched a book of hers, these quotes by Nina are sure to make you feel all the feels.

 

“As much as I had wanted a love story out of a movie, I know now that movies can only hope to capture this kind of love.”  – Everything Leads to You

 

“I think of how time passes so differently for different people.” – We Are Okay

 

“That’s what friends do: they notice things. They’re there for each other. They see what parents don’t.” – Hold Still 

 

“I always knew what I wanted to do, I just didn’t know I could do it.”― The Disenchantments

 

Someday is an open word. It could mean tomorrow or decades away.” – We Are Okay

 

“It was the moment I realized what music can do to people, how it can make you hurt and feel so good all at once.”Hold Still


“We all get so afraid. We need to be brave.” – Everything Leads to You

 

“’It’s okay,’ I say. But it isn’t.” – We Are Okay

 

“Maybe we always were the people we imagined ourselves to be.” ― The Disenchantments

 

“There’s still this thing that happens after you break up with someone. All you have to do is continue with your life, and then when you find yourself in a room with her again it’s as if you’re a different person. You don’t even have to say anything because your presence alone is enough to say Look at who I am without you.” – Everything Leads to You

 

“I wonder if there’s a secret current that connects people who have lost something.” – We Are Okay

 

“There is an indescribable feeling that comes from being desperately in love with a song,” – Hold Still

 

“Remembering the departed is the only way to heal” – We Are Okay

 

“We all want to be feel something, we want to be someone to one another.” ―The Disenchantments

 

“Don’t be a person who seeks out grief. There is enough of that in life.” – We Are Okay

 

 

 

 

 

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