Time Heals Quotes

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Coco J. Ginger
“When we are in love, we are convinced nobody else will do. But as time goes, others do do, and often do do, much much better.”
Jamie Weise

Betty  Smith
“Oh time...time, pass so that I forget!

Oh time, Great Healer, pass over me and let me forget.”
Betty Smith, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Kelseyleigh Reber
“Life is fleeting, yes, but also eternal; it will always find a way to begin again.”
Kelseyleigh Reber, If I Resist

Simon Wiesenthal
“Forgetting is something time alone takes care of, but forgiveness is an act of volition, and only the sufferer is qualified to make the decision”
Simon Wiesenthal

Michelle Griep
“Time did heal wounds, but not scars. Never scars.”
Michelle Griep, Lost in Darkness

Alexis  Hall
“Don’t try to tell me that time is a healer because time also kills people.”
Alexis Hall, A Lady for a Duke

Connie Kerbs
“How about when you feel as if you are at a treacherous crossing, facing an area of life that hasn’t even been on the map until recently. Suddenly there it is, right in front of you.
And so the time and space in between while you first get over the shock of it, and you have to figure out WHAT must be done feels excruciating. It’s a nightmare you can’t awaken from.
You might remember this time as a kind of personal D-day, as in damage, devastation, destruction, damnation, desolation – maybe a difficult divorce, or even diagnosis of some formidable disease. These are the days of our lives that whole, beautiful chapters of life go up in flames. And all you can do is watch them burn. Until you feel as though you are left only with the ashes of it all. It is at this moment you long for the rescue and relief that only time can provide.
It is in this place, you must remember that in just 365 days – you're at least partially healed self will be vastly changed, likely for the better. Perhaps not too unlike a caterpillar’s unimaginable metamorphosis.
Better. Stronger. Wiser. Tougher. Kinder. More fragile, more firm, all at the same time as more free. You will have gotten through the worst of it – somehow. And then it will all be different. Life will be different. You will be different. It might or might not ever make sense, but it will be more bearable than it seems when you are first thrown, with no warning, into the kilns of life with the heat stoked up – or when you get wrapped up, inexplicably, through no choice of your own, in a dark, painfully constricting space. Go ahead, remind yourself as someone did earlier, who was trying miserably to console you. It will eventually make you a better, stronger person. How’d they say it? More beautiful on the inside…
It really will, though. That’s the kicker. Even if, in the hours of your agony, you would have preferred to be less beautiful, wise, strong, or experienced than apparently life, fate, your merciless ex, or a ruthless, biological, or natural enemy that has attacked silently, and invisibly - has in mind for you. As will that which your God feels you are capable of enduring, while you, in your pitiful anguish, are yet dubious of your own ability to even endure, not alone overcome.
I assure you now, you will have joy and beauty, where there was once only ashes. In time. Perhaps even more than before. It’s so hard to imagine and believe it when it’s still fresh, and so, so painful. When it hurts too much to even stand, or think, or feel anything. When you are in the grip of fear, and you remember the old familiar foe, or finally understand, firsthand, in your bones, what that actually means.”
Connie Kerbs, Paths of Fear: An Anthology of Overcoming Through Courage, Inspiration, and the Miracle of Love

Eleonora C. Caruso
“Parla abbastanza a lungo con qualcuno e tirerà fuori la storia del tempo.
Ma il tempo non guarisce veramente le ferite, non allontana affatto il dolore - fa il contrario. Il tempo dà altro tempo alla ferita d'infettarsi e dà a noi il tempo di tornare sui luoghi di quel dolore.
È come l'infanzia, in fondo. Si dice che si cresce, ci si lasciano alle spalle certe cose, ma non è così: l'infanzia cresce insieme a noi, ce la portiamo avanti. Viviamo e non facciamo altro che rivivere quelle paure e quei piaceri, quelle scoperte e quegli abbandoni. Specialmente quegli abbandoni. Veniamo abbandonati, delusi, traditi dalle stesse persone per anni - per sempre.
Allora a che serve dire che è passato del tempo?
In che modo dovrebbe aiutarci?”
Eleonora C. Caruso, Le ferite originali

Carina Alyce
“I’m not my best, and I had four glasses of wine. If I want to be a sad failure, I can. I got dumped by my fiancé because I’m not perfect and never will be. Love isn’t enough, and time doesn’t heal— "

Caroline explaining why she watched Under the Tuscan Sun three times today.”
Carina Alyce, Burn Card

“I just mark days in my teal blue planner.
Black ink pouring onto the pages without deep attachment,
I think they lied, time is not a medication.”
Elena Tauros, One Thousand Cranes

Emily  Williams
“Time they say is a great healer, but in this case, I am not sure that is true.”
Emily Williams, Letters to Eloise

Iris Murdoch
“I know time doesn't heal. That's the silliest idea of all.”
Iris Murdoch, The Black Prince

“वक़्त पर जो कुछ भी हो जाए, अक्सर अच्छा होता हैं, जो हो ना पाया उसके लिए वक़्त हमें दर्द का दबाव देकर मजबूत करने लगता है।”
Srinvaa Mishra

Allie Ray
“And I'm here to say that time does heal things up---all things, I reckon; but some things...Some things leave behind dreadful ugly scars.”
Allie Ray, Holler

“They say time heals; But, does it really? - Usha Nandini”
Linda Greyman, Soul Works - The Minds Journal Collection

“Time heals without a prescription.”
Tamerlan Kuzgov

“Time heals nothing if you waste it.”
Tamerlan Kuzgov

Nikki St. Crowe
“Don't cry, little girl," he says. "It was a long time ago."
"Yes, but time means nothing to heartbreak.”
Nikki St. Crowe, The Fae Princes