Burying Quotes

Quotes tagged as "burying" (showing 1-7 of 7)
Shannon L. Alder
“The more you talk about it, rehash it, rethink it, cross analyze it, debate it, respond to it, get paranoid about it, compete with it, complain about it, immortalize it, cry over it, kick it, defame it, stalk it, gossip about it, pray over it, put it down or dissect its motives it continues to rot in your brain. It is dead. It is over. It is gone. It is done. It is time to bury it because it is smelling up your life and no one wants to be near your rotted corpse of memories and decaying attitude. Be the funeral director of your life and bury that thing!”
Shannon L. Alder

Wayne Gerard Trotman
“Burying your head in the sand does not make you invisible it only leads to suffocation.”
Wayne Gerard Trotman, Veterans of the Psychic Wars

Timothy B. Tyson
“Every minister worthy of the name has to walk the line between prophetic vision and spiritual sustenance, between telling people the comforting things they want to hear and challenging them with the difficult things they need to hear. In Oxford, Daddy began to feel as though all the members wanted him to do was to marry them and bury them and stay away from their souls.”
Timothy B. Tyson, Blood Done Sign My Name: A True Story

Munia Khan
“Give me one more night to taste the dark
When wolves imitate a lone dog's bark
Let those secrets remain unspoken
Fallen angel's heart now lover's token
Light grows dim burying riddle’s death
Just breathe to free your one last breath”
Munia Khan

Stefan Zweig
“My child died last night—and now I shall be alone again, if I must really go on living. They will come tomorrow, strange, hulking, black-clad men bringing a coffin, and they will put him in it, my poor boy, my only child.”
Stefan Zweig, The Collected Stories of Stefan Zweig

Nadia Hashimi
“What is gone is gone and will not come back. When the earth swallows, it swallows forever and we are left to stumble along feeling the absences. These are our burdens.”
Nadia Hashimi, When the Moon is Low

Allan Dare Pearce
“If they die, we bury them; if they don't, we won't.”
Allan Dare Pearce, Paris in April