8+ quotes from You’re the Password to My Life

Quotes from You’re the Password to My Life

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“Zindagi ko badalne me waqt nahi lagta, Par kabhi kabhi waqt ko badalne me zindagi lag jati hai!!”
― quote from You’re the Password to My Life


“You can pick your friends, but you don’t pick who you fall in love with.”
― quote from You’re the Password to My Life


“Love surprises us in unexpected ways, in ways that are beyond our comprehension. It’s never the sweet words or the mushy gifts that matter. What matters more are little things like caring about someone and not being able to sleep till you’re sure that the one you love is safe and sound.”
― quote from You’re the Password to My Life


“Sometimes, we play with love, but when you finally realize that you want to get serious, love plays with you.”
― quote from You’re the Password to My Life


“when you completely trust a person with all your heart, you either get a friend for life or a lesson for life!”
― quote from You’re the Password to My Life


“The worst thing in life is not losing the one you love, it’s losing yourself in the process of loving someone too much.”
― quote from You’re the Password to My Life


“Why is it that the people you care about the most end up making you feel so meaningless?”
― quote from You’re the Password to My Life


“People say actions speak louder than words, but sometimes it’s the words that hurt the most. Actions are easy to ignore, but words hit you right where it hurts.”
― quote from You’re the Password to My Life


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