Quotes About Dependance

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Amy Tan
“What should we do?", I asked, and I had a pained feeling I thought was the beginning of love.
In those early months we clung to each other with a rather silly desperation, because, in spite of everything my mother or Mrs Jordan could say, there was nothing that really prevented us from seeing each other. With imagined tragedy hovering over us, we became inseparable, two halves creating the whole: yin and yang. I was victim to his hero. I was always in danger and he was always rescuing me. I would fall and he would lift me up. It was exhilarating and draining. The emotional effect of saving and being saved was addicting to both of us. And that, as much as anything we ever did in bed, was how we made love to each other: conjoined where my weaknesses needed protection.”
Amy Tan, The Joy Luck Club

E.M. Forster
“And of course she had studied the civilization that had immediately preceded her own - the civilization that had mistaken the functions of the system, and had used it for bringing people to things, instead of for bringing things to people. Those funny old days, when men went for change of air instead of changing the air in their rooms!”
E.M. Forster, The Machine Stops

Virginia Woolf
“. . . but it was their relation, and his coming to her like that, openly, so that anyone could see, that discomposed her; for then people said he depended on her, when they must know that of the two he was infinitely the more important, and what she gave the world, in comparison with what he gave, negligible.”
Virginia Woolf, To the Lighthouse

Elizabeth Gaskell
“she might be idle, and silent, and forgetful, - and what seemed more than all other privileges - she might be unhappy if she liked.”
Elizabeth Gaskell, North and South

Aniruddha Sastikar
“Supreme level of maturity is needed to realize; that, conveyance of family life, depends on equally maintained pair of wheels and both crediting each other, for their functioning and struggles as well.”
Aniruddha Sastikar

Charles Haddon Spurgeon
“Desire is insatiable as death, but He who fills all in all can fill it. The capacity of our wishes who can measure? But the immeasurable wealth of God can more than overflow it.”
Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Morning and Evening, Based on the English Standard Version

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