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16+ quotes from Bring Me Home by Cassia Leo

Quotes from Bring Me Home

Cassia Leo ·  349 pages

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“Sometimes letting someone go is the ultimate act of love.”
― Cassia Leo, quote from Bring Me Home


“Sometimes you forget how much you love someone, until you realize their smile is like a spotlight shined on your heart.”
― Cassia Leo, quote from Bring Me Home


“It’s not our mistakes that define us. It’s the lessons we learn that show our true character.”
― Cassia Leo, quote from Bring Me Home


“There are moments in life, and they happen so infrequently that they tend to really stand out, when life hands you the gift of perspective. Sometimes, we forget to show our appreciation. Sometimes, we get our priorities mixed up. And, sometimes, we forget how far we’ve come. But life always has a way of nudging you to remind you about these important things.”
― Cassia Leo, quote from Bring Me Home


“Love is not black and white. It’s not even gray. Love is every shade of color in the spectrum, changing with every ray of light given and stolen.”
― Cassia Leo, quote from Bring Me Home


“It's funny how nothing really ever turns out the way we expect it to, no matter how certain the future seems. I guess we need to keep adjusting our dreams to fit reality, because life is not going to cooperate.”
― Cassia Leo, quote from Bring Me Home


“I don’t know how long we stand there holding each other. It could be ten minutes, an hour, or a day. All I know is that when I finally let go, I can breathe. I can rest. I can live knowing that my baby girl is happy. Knowing that she felt my love.”
― Cassia Leo, quote from Bring Me Home


“We feel the love of strangers every day in the things they do that affect us without our knowledge.”
― Cassia Leo, quote from Bring Me Home


“Because I love you more than this."
And by "this" he means everything.”
― Cassia Leo, quote from Bring Me Home


“To love is to destroy pain.
I love your heart.”
― Cassia Leo, quote from Bring Me Home


“To go to sleep one night with your child nestled inside you and wake up the next with no evidence your child ever existed is like waking up in a nightmare that never ends.”
― Cassia Leo, quote from Bring Me Home


“Love is not black and white. It's not even gray. Love is every shade of color in the spectrum, changing with every ray of light given and stolen. Sometimes you forget how much you love someone, until you realize their smile is like a spotlight shined on your heart.”
― Cassia Leo, quote from Bring Me Home


“Au milieu de l’hiver, j’ai découvert en moi un invincible été … In the depths of winter, I discovered in me an invincible summer. That’s you. Thank you for being my invincible summer.”
― Cassia Leo, quote from Bring Me Home


“Love is not black and white. It’s not even gray. Love is every shade of color in the spectrum, changing with every ray of light given and stolen. Sometimes you forget how much you love someone, until you realize their smile is like a spotlight shined on your heart.”
― Cassia Leo, quote from Bring Me Home


“It’s funny how nothing really turns out the way we expect it to, no matter how certain the future seems. I guess we need to keep adjusting our dreams to fit”
― Cassia Leo, quote from Bring Me Home


“Claire, the love of my life and mother of my child. The owner of my heart and soul and the inspiration for every song I write. If you ever doubt how much I love you, I’ll always be there to remind you. And if I should leave this Earth before you, I’ll haunt the fuck out of you.”
― Cassia Leo, quote from Bring Me Home


About the author

Cassia Leo
Born place: The United States
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