Regrets Heartache Quotes

Quotes tagged as "regrets-heartache" (showing 1-7 of 7)
“When you look back with regret, that (regret, loss) becomes your focus.
Then your focus directs you: you go back to that – again and again.
Choose a new rudder: Look forward now – and focus on your passion with joyful anticipation.
Then your passion will fill the empty space of your loss...and where you land up will amaze you!”
The Truth AD Infinitum

“When you look back with regret, that (regret, loss) becomes your focus.
Then your focus directs you: you go back to that – again and again.
Look forward now – and focus on your passions with joyful anticipation.
Then your passion will fill the gap of your loss...and where you land us will amaze you!”
The TRUTH

Drea Damara
“Books keep and reciprocate our secrets, dreams, regrets, and hopes better than any friend in the world.”
Drea Damara, The Weeping Books Of Blinney Lane

Martina Boone
“Which was worse, telling a person you loved them when you didn’t mean it? Or loving them and never telling them at all?”
Martina Boone, Illusion

“when you really realize how you have lived your life, you indeed realize how you must live your life. It is mostly they that have least time to ponder always who always find time to wonder.”
Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

“A second chance”
Kenneth Andrew Mata AKA Banger

James T. Farrell
“He told himself that he was a clown clean through. Every time a fly ball had been hit to him with men on the bases, he'd muffed it. Hoping for one thing, then another, and when he did get his chances -- foul ball.

Girls, too. He'd never held one. Twice Lucy had given him the cold shoulder. That girl he'd knelt next to at Christmas Mass in Saint Patrick's once -- cold shoulder. Never got beyond wishing with her. Now Catherine.

Football. He'd wanted to be a star high-school quarterback and he'd not had the guts to stay in school. Fighting. His kid brother had even cleaned him up. In the war when he'd tried to enlist, a leather-necked sergeant had laughed at him.

He was just an all-around no soap guy.”
James T. Farrell, Studs Lonigan