Sad Quotes and Sayings
Some Day You’ll Wake Up & Realize You Need Me;;But I’ll Be Waking Up Next To The Boy That Realized That Loooong Before You.
Tears are words the heart can’t express.
Having the love of your life break up with you and say we can still be friends is like your dog dying and your mom saying you can still keep him.
Why do we sleep when the next day we will wake up to still live with yesterday !
The worst part about being lied to is knowing you aren’t worth the truth ..
These quotes I really like and would like to share ur opinions guys :D
I feel so miserable that I can’t be around normal people without making them miserable, too…
My friends say I am so strong I wish I could say this to them:
I am tired of trying, I am tired over crying, I know I am smiling but inside I am dyin!
may be then they would realise I am just a good actress!
Just because I let you go, doesn’t mean I wanted to.
Sooner or later everyone will cause you pain…You just have to figure out which ones are worth it.
Loss is hell hard, it takes time to heal, but when we do, we can cherish those memories & remember for those who can’t remember for themselves.
OK, so I make up so much ridiculous quotes of my own & live in a constant bubble of philosophical stuff.
But it’s true. In the last 2 years of my important schooling which very much determines my career which I hope will be medicine, I lose a close friend, a best friend I knew since kinder (4 years), an uncle & my great grandma.
It’s a wonder I can still concentrate & hold a straight face when I hear of those people who gossip over “THAT train suicide” or illness & the like.
Hearing life go on is the hardest thing, to know while you’re caught in this vortex of sadness/grief/missing someone/loneliness, there are those who have no idea & who go on as normal.
Worse? to hear people be disrespectful & talk about loss & losses of someone they may have known with matter- of- fact GOSSIP. Its a topic of conversation to lighten their mood rather than to reflect & learn.
& It hurts even more that someone can just be gone. That I work opposite this train station, that I was working that day & still didn’t know, that I never visited in France, that I took for granted they would ALL be there, that I didn’t understand the extent of illnesses – mental & physical.
Indeed it gets better, I know it does, it’ll always hurt, but when we try to see reality for what it is & at least try to keep at pace with the train that is life, the transition from one place to another is made easier & we’ll remember good times more often than being guilty/angry/ashamed & anything we encounter.