Quotes About Cure

Quotes tagged as "cure" (showing 1-30 of 60)
Maggie Stiefvater
“I won't let this be my good-bye. I've folded one thousand paper crane memories of me and Grace, and I've made my wish.
I will find a cure. And then I will find Grace.”
Maggie Stiefvater, Linger

“The physician should not treat the disease but the patient who is suffering from it”

Celia Rees
“Those that can heal can harm; those that can cure can kill.”
Celia Rees, Witch Child

Ashly Lorenzana
“Drugs don't really fix anything, except for everything.”
Ashly Lorenzana

Bree Despain
“My inner wolf seeks to destroy the one I love for reasons of self-preservation. For the only cure to free my soul is to be killed, in an act of true love, by the one who loves me most..”
Bree Despain, The Dark Divine

“A psychologist said to me, there are only two important questions you have to ask yourself. What do you really feel? And, what do you really want? If you can answer those two, you probably can leave your neuroses behind you.”
Harold Ramis

W.C. Fields
“The best cure for insomnia is to get a lot of sleep.”
W.C. Fields

Toba Beta
“Great sex is a natural drug.”
Toba Beta, My Ancestor Was an Ancient Astronaut

Michael Palmer
“Sometimes we have to hit bottom before we figure out how to really enjoy life.”
Michael Palmer, Miracle Cure

Lauren Oliver
“Two weeks until your cure" she says finally. "Sixteen days" I say, but in my head I'm counting: Seven days. Seven days until I'm free and away from all these people and their sliding superficial lives brushing past one another gliding, gliding, gliding from life to death. For them there's hardly a change between the two.”
Lauren Oliver, Delirium

Benjamin Disraeli
“The canter is a cure for every evil.”
Benjamin Disraeli

Debasish Mridha
“Writing is an incurable psychological disease which only gets worse with writing.”
Debasish Mridha

“Oh God, let me not be cured of love, but let my passion grow! Let me love for love's sake!”
Diane Wolkstein

Lauren DeStefano
“Cure" is one of the most precious words in the English language. It's a short word. A clean and simple word. But it isn't so easy a thing as it sounds. There are questions like: How will this affect us in ten years? In twenty? What will it do to our children? Our children's children?”
Lauren DeStefano, Sever
tags: cure

“No one can be the total cure for another person.”
Frank Lentricchia, The Sadness of Antonioni

André Gide
“There's no better cure for the fear of taking after one's father, than not to know who he is.”
André Gide, The Counterfeiters

“I have to laugh when people ask me if I do alternative, herbal, acupuncture or holistic medicine. 'No,' I reply. 'We do state-of-the-art medicine. In other words, we find the biochemical, nutritional and environmental causes and cures rather than blindly drugging everything. Sure, herbs are gentler, safer and more physiologic than drugs and holistic medicine attempts to incorporate many diverse modalities, etc. But there is no substitute for finding the underlying biochemical causes and cures. This is real medicine. This is where medicine should and would have been decades ago, if it had not been abducted by the pharmaceutical industry.”
Sherry A. Rogers, Detoxify or Die

أنيس منصور
“أحسن دواء : أن تضحك لسبب و لغير سبب - ولغير سبب أفضل !”
أنيس منصور, زى الفل أو أحزان هذا الكاتب

Santosh Kalwar
“There is no cure for madness except the madness as the cure.”
Santosh Kalwar, One-liners

Alexandra Bracken
“You are your abilities and they are you. I can't put it to you more plainly. Do you know why I hate this cure? It's a statement that what we are is inherently wrong. It's a punishment for something that isn't our fault - all because they can't control their fear about what we can do, anymore than they can control their resentment that there are people out there stronger and more powerful than they are. They want to strip you of yourself - your ability to protect and enforce your right to make decisions about your life. Your own body. Mark my words: in the end, it won't be a choice. They'll decide this for you.”
Alexandra Bracken, In The Afterlight

Richard Diaz
“With certainty, I can predict that there will never be a cure to cancer. The only hope for any of us is to concentrate on cause and prevent the misery.”
Richard Diaz

L.M. Browning
“The cure for our modern maladies is dirt under the fingernails and the feel of thick grass between the toes. The cure for our listlessness is to be out within the invigorating wind. The cure for our uselessness is to take back up our stewardship; for it is not that there has been no work to be done, we simply have not been attending to it.”
L.M. Browning, Ruminations at Twilight: Poetry Exploring the Sacred

“You told me how much you hate me when yesterday you told me how much you love me, what happen?”
Kenneth C. Agudo

Israelmore Ayivor
“My mother is my friend
Who shares with me her bread
All my hopelessness cured!
Her company makes me secured!”
Israelmore Ayivor, The Great Hand Book of Quotes

Isabel Allende
“She has a fixation on love. Strong trouble. The girl left her window open one clear night and it crawled into her body while she was asleep. There's no spell can cure it.”
Isabel Allende, Daughter of Fortune

Kevin W. Reese
“The human body is a tube and tank machine with an electrical system that is made up of trillions of cells and two fluids, which are designed to create and react to chemistry. While this machine can malfunction, malfunctions can be fixed.” – Kevin W. Reese”
Kevin W. Reese

“The effort to cure disease has been, without doubt, the greatest curse that has ever been perpetrated upon the human race. The idea that disease is something that must be cured, the idea that it is something that can be cured, must be eradicated from the human mind before we can hope to arrive at a rational solution of our health problems.”
Herbert M. Shelton, Human Life Its Philosophy and Laws: An Exposition of the Principles and Practices of Orthopathy

“love is like a drug, but not mean it can not be cured”
Lugas Anegah
tags: cure, drug, love

P.G. Wodehouse
“Water!' cried Marie.
'Vinegar!' recommended the bell-boy.
'Eu-de-Cologne!' said Bill.
'Pepper!' said Lord Tidmouth.
Mary had another suggestion.
'Give her air!'
So had the bell-boy.
'Slap her hands!'
Lord Tidmouth went further.
'Sit on her head!' he advised.”
P.G. Wodehouse, Doctor Sally

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