Remarriage Quotes

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Denise Hildreth Jones
“Inside your soul is the ability to survive even the toughest storms, and that paradise can always be found--even in the middle of a hurricane--if you are willing to look.”
Denise Hildreth

Crystal Woods
“(Divorce)
We’ll remarry someday when we’ve grown,
Like royalty who’ve earned the throne.
An aisle made of gold,
To have and to hold.
My dress made of rags,
A suit that’s so torn.
All eyes are on me,
But mine only on you.
You give your hand,
A king to his queen,
But know this darling,
Mulligans aren’t for the weak.
By changing the rules,
We’re changing the war,
The wounds that we’ve known,
Battle stains on the floor.
But from this day on,
The same as before,
You are the apple,
My eyes still adore.
Worth more than one shot,
Though we’ll face the worst a lot,
Better days will come,
If we stay and don’t run.
And if a wave takes us out,
I know we’ll figure it out.
And if the current takes us in,
I know we’ll do it all again.”
Crystal Woods, Write like no one is reading

Stanley Cavell
“On Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell in His Girl Friday:

"These two simply appreciate one another more than either of them appreciates anyone else, and they would rather be appreciated by one another more than by anyone else. They just are at home with one another, whether or not they can ever live together under the same roof -- that is, ever find a roof they can live together under.”
Stanley Cavell, Pursuits of Happiness: The Hollywood Comedy of Remarriage

Stanley Cavell
“(Can human beings change? The humor, and the sadness, of remarriage comedies can be said to result from the fact that we have no good answer to that question.)”
Stanley Cavell, Pursuits of Happiness: The Hollywood Comedy of Remarriage

Leslie Carroll
“It was a popular theory at the time that death didn't automatically end a marriage because the spouses would eventually be reunited in heaven. The most pragmatic reason for the Church's view was that England was a land-based society and property was inherited upon the death of a spouse, so a remarriage threatened the inheritance of any issue from the previous union.”
Leslie Carroll, Notorious Royal Marriages: A Juicy Journey Through Nine Centuries of Dynasty, Destiny, and Desire