Heartaches Quotes

Quotes tagged as "heartaches" (showing 1-12 of 12)
Moira Young
“My heart breaks. I hear it break. I feel it.”
Moira Young, Rebel Heart

Richelle E. Goodrich
“Life is hard and unfair. It is cruel and heartless, painful, trying, disappointing, unapologetic, and frequently downright awful. But that's not important. What's important is that through it all you learn how much you need your Heavenly Father and how much your friends need you.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Making Wishes

Rumi
“My wails of sorrow
are tormenting my soul”
Rumi, The Love Poems of Rumi

Richelle E. Goodrich
Suck it up! A foolish grumble of advice. Why would I want to suck it up? Why draw it in to let it fester and rot internally until it cankers my insides?

I dare offer wiser words―spit it out! Weep, wail, and raise your voice to the heavens as fresh wounds bleed dry! And then cast it all to the wasteland of dead concerns to be consumed by vultures and maggots.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Smile Anyway

C.L.  Brown
“Don't waste time thinking about them. If they walked away from your love, they don't deserve your pain.”
C.L. Brown

Darmie O-Lujon
“When in place of love you have grieves. And in place of glory nonfulfillment of hopes you earn, know that it's a natural catastrophe preparing you for distinguished conditions." - Darmie Orem”
Darmie O-Lujon

Khadija Rupa
“Only to close these eyes
to sleep in the lap of love
and stay there forever.”
Khadija Rupa, Unexpressed Feelings

Debasish Mridha
“When you love with kindness it will never give you heartaches.”
Debasish Mridha

“Is this how love should be? When you love a person so much it breaks and tears your heart apart?”
Solita

Carla Reighard
“We have overcome heartaches by being kind to others and by supporting each other.”
Carla Reighard, Elle's Magical Shoes

“Experience is the best school,
Failures, Mistakes, Embarrassments, and Heartaches are teaching there,
Offering only one lesson called Life,
That you could only finish once you're dead!”
Nelson M. Lubao

“Heartaches are like giving a rope to hang onto only to take it away the next moment.”
Isha Choudhury