Tragedy Of Life Quotes

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Robyn Schneider
“I wondered what things what things became when you no longer needed them, and I wondered what the future would hold once we'd gotten past our personal tragedies and proven them ultimately survivable.”
Robyn Schneider, The Beginning of Everything

“A poet warrior realizes both the brutality and the beauty in life, and apprehends that the suffering we tragically endure is partly what makes us human. What also makes us human is the ability to love, the ability to stand in nature’s presence, and to nurture this earthly paradise to tend to our family’s needs.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Bridget Collins
“There's a growing trade in fakes, you know. Does that concern you? He paused, but he didn't seem surprised not to get an answer. I've never seen one - well, as far as I know - but I'm curious. Could one really tell the difference? Novels, they call them. They must be much cheaper to produce. You can copy them, you see. use the same story over and over, and as long as you're careful how you sell them, you can get away with it. It makes one wonder who would write them. People who enjoy imagining misery, I suppose. People who have no scruples about dishonesty. People who can spend days writing a long sad lie without going insane.”
Bridget Collins, The Binding

Norbert Wiener
“The sense of tragedy is that the world is not a pleasant little nest made for our protection, but a vast and largely hostile environment, in which we can achieve great things only by defying the gods; and that this defiance inevitably brings its own punishment.”
Norbert Wiener, The Human Use of Human Beings: Cybernetics and Society

Mie Hansson
“I wore you on me at all times
Like I now carry my pen.
Unlike your own opinion my
Belongings must have a function.
You bled through the ink of my lines and
To be my subject nursed your thirst.

Was it my fault, or your own, that you forgot
—I do not deal in tender verse.”
Mie Hansson, Where Pain Thrives

C. JoyBell C.
“I think that the process of giving your true love to someone, mainly surrounds the act of opening a door inside that's all locked up. Behind that door lives the small child that is the real you. The small child who hurts too much and feels too much and laughs too loud and always believes... true love involves unlocking the many padlocks on that door, taking her by the hand, and guiding her to the arms of the one you've chosen to love. And I think this is why some people change forever... because they loved someone in this way, but it only hurt too much. The little one was wounded. So this is why you take her back and tell her she's better off staying inside. It is a poetic, lyrical tragedy. Some people die this way, before they ever are dead. Or maybe we don't die; maybe we live on, behind that door.”
C. JoyBell C.

Lailah Gifty Akita
“They oppressed us but unable to kill our spirit.”
Lailah Gifty Akita, Think Great: Be Great!

“Human life is an incongruous combination of tragedy and comedy.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“Into every life may come tragedy and triumph. Our goal is to meet both equally with serenity and radiant acquiescence. Yet even from the storm clouds of tragedy, rainbows can appear.”
Aleksandra Layland, Bind Not the Heart: A Windflower Saga Novella

“How we respond to tragedy is the hallmark of character. Suffering a great loss places us at a spiritual milepost. The wind of our souls can either sour and wither or rejoice and thrive.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“In the blackness of the midnight sleep world, immunized from the harsh glare of daytime reality, the active imagination of the soul dances in the mind of a dream weaver. Safely shrouded in the all-encompassing blanket of darkness supplied by nighttime sleep, our secret wishes speak to us by channeling the collective mythology of the primordial mind. During the wee hours of night, right before first light, we summon our personal muse to tell us in operatic fashion what it means to be human. If we listen carefully, our muse’s heart songs shares with us what it means to experience both the tragedy and comedy of life, and encourages us to unreservedly embrace in a moral manner the banality, brutality, beauty, and splendor of nature that occurs eternally in the cosmic world that swaddles us.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“Why won’t you help me?

You have to able to manage on your own.”
Diane Samuels, Kindertransport: A Drama

“و كم من الدماء كانت ستُراق؟ أجبني على هذا السؤال! و كمن كان عدد الأرامل اللواتي سيلبسن الثياب السوداء حدادا على أزواجهن،وكم عدد الامهات اللواتي سيلبسن الاسود حدادا على اولادهن الذين ماتوا قبل اوانهم؟
ما عدد الحقول التي كانت ستحرق و تتحول الى رماد؟ و ما عدد المدن و البقرى التي كانت ستهدم و تسوى بالارض؟..
|أوليمبيا الى الاسكندر
فاليريو ماسيمو مانفريدي

“Every person will battle with false pride, a sense of loss and aloneness, and feeling defenseless in a world of endless trauma and tragedy.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“It is not triumph which defines a man, but tragedy. Triumph always brings out the best in men, but tragedy shows us what we are made of.”
Jocelyn Murray, The Roman General: A Novel

Lailah Gifty Akita
“No one can foretell the details in a day, we can only hope.”
Lailah Gifty Akita, Think Great: Be Great!

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
“Did it really have to be like this?__that the source of Man's contentment becomes the source of his misery?”
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

“Мислех си, че човек никога не знае след какви загуби може да оцелее. Никога не си в състояние да предвидиш какво можеш да надживееш. Едва когато катастрофата те връхлита и ти си сред нея, се разкрива дълбочината на вътрешните ти резерви – и нито миг по-рано.”
Алегзандър Чи

Lailah Gifty Akita
“May grace abound to you; you overcome any challenging situation.”
Lailah Gifty Akita , Think Great: Be Great!

Vandana Yadav
“My tragedy is no peculiar. It is as ordinary as a street dog. I struggle and cope with my wants, my needs,my desires, me deeds and my dreams. I am not disillusioned, only a bit translucent. Maybe, I fear the consequences.”
Vandana Yadav

T.L.  Smith
“Don’t forget to breathe.”
T.L. Smith, Lovesick

Debasish Mridha
“The real tragedy of life is not the fear of darkness, but it is to conform and follow the darkness in spite of fear.”
Debasish Mridha

Mehmet Murat ildan
“In a way this whole life is a tragedy but let us not pay too much attention to it otherwise life will be even more unbearable!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Mehmet Murat ildan
“There is no greater tragedy than the tragedy of hating yourself because you will always have to live with that tragedy unless you start finding a way to love yourself!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Mehmet Murat ildan
“Until a tragedy touches you, you will never be able to fully understand what life really is!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

“Jokes are actually played by life, which after calls tragedies”
Samar Sudha

Kiran Nagarkar
“They should have killed for water, the men and women of the CWD chawls. People have been known to kill for less: religion; language; the flag; the colour of a person's skin or his caste; breaking the queue at a petrol pump.”
Kiran Nagarkar, Ravan & Eddie

“Remember that we always love and think of you. Always. Mother.”
Diane Samuels, Kindertransport: A Drama

“Of all the tragedies going on around us I see a tragedy above all tragedies in this world that most around me no longer praise and sing to God's glory as love has gone from the heart of so many of God's people and the light that once shined so bright in the minds of a holy people has turned into many shades of darkness having lost God along the narrow way now blindly stumbles through the darkness of sin in a graveyard of the walking dead of so many denomination's past”
John M Sheehan

“Als ik niet begrijp hoe dingen gaan, wil ik dat de wereld ophoudt met draaien, zodat ik tijd heb om te begrijpen hoe het gaat. Maar de wereld houdt niet op met draaien. Terwijl ik één ding probeer te begrijpen, komt er een tweede bij, dat ik ook probeer te begrijpen, maar ik was nog niet klaar met het begrijpen van dat eerste. Alsof je met je linkerhand hete soep opschept en tegelijkertijd met je rechterhand een broodje met pindakaas probeert te smeren. En dan is er vaak een derde ding dat ik moet begrijpen, maar ik heb geen handen meer vrij.”
Erik Jan Harmens, Pauwl

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