Departure Quotes

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Charlotte Brontë
“It is a long way off, sir"
"From what Jane?"
"From England and from Thornfield: and ___"
"From you, sir”
Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

J.K. Rowling
“Aunt Petunia burst into tears. Hestia Jones gave her an approving look that changed to outrage as Aunt Petunia ran forward and embraced Dudley rather than Harry.
'S-so sweet, Dudders...' she sobbed into his massive chest. 'S-such a lovely b-boy...s-saying thank you...'
'But he hadn't said thank you at all!' said Hestia indignantly. 'He only said he didn't think Harry was a waste of space!'
'Yeah, but coming from Dudley that's like "I love you.”
J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Antonio Porchia
“Set out from any point. They are all alike. They all lead to a point of departure.”
Antonio Porchia

Kamand Kojouri
“I have drunk the night
and swallowed the stars.
I am dancing with abandon
and singing with rapture.
There is not a thing I do not love.
There is not a person I have not forgiven.
I feel a universe of love.
I feel a universe of light.
Tonight, I am with old friends
and we are returning home.
The moon is our witness.”
Kamand Kojouri

Nguyễn Ngọc Tư
“Mỗi lần rời khỏi một nơi nào đó, thật khó để phân biệt, chúng tôi bỏ đi hay chạy trốn.”
Nguyễn Ngọc Tư, Cánh Đồng Bất Tận

Dejan Stojanovic
“Arrival in the world is really a departure and that, which we call departure, is only a return.”
Dejan Stojanovic, The Sun Watches the Sun

Munia Khan
“Departure of a year welcomes so many new memories”
Munia Khan

Kamand Kojouri
“Do not go to my grave.
Mary knows, I am not there.
Look for me in between pages
and on people’s lips.
Do not go to my old school.
Do not go to my old house —
I am not in any of those places.
Look for me in your hearts
and greet me there.”
Kamand Kojouri

“In your life you will meet shooting stars. You will see them, make your wish and see them disappear.”
Nahiar Ozar

Ha Jin
“We ate away, reminiscing about our victories over the enemies from different streets and villages and competing with each other in casting curses. A few golden butterflies and dragonflies were fluttering around us. The afternoon air was warm and clean, and the town below us seemed like a green harbor full of white sails.”
Ha Jin, Under the Red Flag

“My ideal journey: set out early and never arrive.”
Marty Rubin

Kate McGahan
“The angels came to tell me what I could expect and how to get where I needed to go. I was reassured that I would not have to cross the Bridge alone. There were so many things I did not yet know. I could feel my mental clarity leaving. I fixed my gaze upon her. I watched her as I left. It was like shutting the door of a beloved home for the last time. Like closing up camp for the season. One last look at the ocean before you must leave it behind with hopes of return but with no guarantee. You eventually have to turn away and look the other direction so that you can see where it is you are going.”
Kate McGahan, Jack McAfghan: Return from Rainbow Bridge: An Afterlife Story of Loss, Love and Renewal

Kate McGahan
“Never before did I feel so bound by the chains of the soul. Never before was there such pain of ripping my heart apart as I ran.”
Kate McGahan

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“Loss eventually arrives when something departs. Grief is working through both.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Rolf van der Wind
“The love in your eyes, the pain you took from me, and everything else you gave me is all I am now. Two weeks will rush by like raindrops in a storm. Do not speak of goodbyes, do not mention distance because, in your heart, I stay.”
Rolf van der Wind

“In Manchester while walking down the roads , we come across so many faces full of tears departing each other and saying "goodbye friend see you soon" . They cherish the year long bonding and wish each other good luck. This is the beauty of Manchester, it blossom relationships and mature them in just a short span of time. Manchester rules on millions of heart forever and ever.”
Anjnay Sharma

“Let me go is a suppliant unit of words looming with urgency as if it were a dangling, drooping leaf about to fall in summer or a querulous song of a caged bird wishing to spread its wings onto the cerulean sky. (Danny Castillones Sillada, The Phenomenology of ‘Let Me Go’)”
Danny Castillones Sillada

“Let me go,’ when earnestly spoken, punctures a tender hole in the soul with regret and sorrow, in contrast to the perniciously “I hate you” or “I don’t love you anymore” that can inflame a repulsive feeling of anger, denial, and resentment. (Danny Castillones Sillada, The Phenomenology of ‘Let Me Go’)”
Danny Castillones Sillada

T.E. Carter
“I miss what we were, but we aren’t that anymore, and it’s better to get away from the memories of all we could have been.”
T.E. Carter, All We Could Have Been

Banana Yoshimoto
Banana Yoshimoto

Douglas Adams
“I’m afraid you cannot leave,' said Zarniwoop, 'you are entwined in the Improbability Field. You cannot escape.' He smiled the smile that Zaphod had wanted to hit and this time Zaphod hit it.”
Douglas Adams

“If some people deviate or step out of the path Jesus has laid, others will have to take up the baton and continue the race”
Sunday Adelaja

Ehsan Sehgal
“Everything reclines, for a sale, love, sex, faith and even God. However, a form that no one can buy, and it is your breath; use it for the human values before your last departure.”
Ehsan Sehgal

“My mother -
Contained God itself
A tarnished look of pain
A hand clutching her heart
A love we can not name
A fog or a smoke
An infinite thirst for life
(But the wing is dead under the frost.)

My mother -
Is an uncertain form
She gets lost when she walks
And we sit in the valley
And I shelter her to my love
My mother
Is a broken sky
That exhales day and night
Its beauty.

My mother -
Is the scent of a hundred roses
And the suffering of so many things
My mother
Is no more than a dream - I suppose
Of those who are said lips closed
And behind her veil
She sleeps - my mother -
And her star
Do not doubt anymore of its light.”
Emmanuelle Soni-Dessaigne

Suman Pokhrel
“It was crucial to understand
whether that moment was
immensely hurtful or was
awfully affectionate for me.”
Suman Pokhrel

Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
“And I left the seashell roar and the aurora borealis of the city’s heart farther and farther behind me.”
Kurt Vonnegut Jr., Mother Night

Jerry Pinto
“And then Em too would die and I would be alone and the whole world would be different. I had no idea how, but it would, because I would finally have space to myself and then I could exercise the choice to do as I pleased and when I pleased instead of waiting for a stolen moment in the busy life of this 1BHK.
And now the world expanded as people left the flat. As we opened the door together, I discovered departures make the world smaller, slighter, less significant.”
Jerry Pinto, Em and The Big Hoom

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“This life is a point of departure to a place where there will be no departures.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Rolf van der Wind
“The love in your eyes, the pain you took from me, and everything else you gave me, is all I am now. Two weeks will rush by like raindrops in a storm. Do not speak of goodbyes, do not mention distance because in your heart I stay.”
Rolf van der Wind

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