|—||Dance Dance Dance, Haruki Murakami (via paintdeath)|
Tomorrow is April 16th, the day we’re drawing semicolons on our wrists to represent those who wish to end their life.
Semicolons are used when an author wishes to end a sentence; but chooses not to. You’re the author. Your life is the sentence. Your story isn’t over yet. Don’t be the one who ends it.
Don’t kill yourself today. Read this again tomorrow. I’m there for you all. I understand.
You want me to be happy?
Put a gun to my head and pull the damn trigger.