Students sitting for an exam in Afghanistan.
"I have come to the conclusion that love is a disease; a frenzy; an epidemic; oh but how dull, how monotonous, and reducing its young men and women to what abysses of mediocrity! It’s true that all my lovers were of the simplest type; and could only flush and fade crudely like sea anemones bathed now blue, now red. Yet how I do not regret, not for a moment, loving you."
Virginia Woolf, The Letters Of Virginia Woolf Volume 3 (via petrichour)