Sad Quotes and Sayings - Page 5
This is the real world and things are gonna fall apart.
But not every thing is wroth crying for
Not every thing is wroth fighting for
And some things are just NOT wroth mending.
It’s hard to answer the question “What’s wrong” when nothing’s right.
The sun stopped shining for me is all. The whole story is: I am sad. I am sad all the time and the sadness is so heavy that I can’t get away from it. Not ever.
– Nina LaCour
I’m afraid of being forgotten. Because it seems everyone I get close to, ends up forgetting me.
I keep on faking a smile just on the simple hope that one day it will turn into a real one.
The strongest girl is the one who’s able to smile and laugh, no matter how much she’s cried or how much pain she’s in.
Nobody truly cares about you in life, you realize that when everyone you thought was always gonna be there for you walks out.
My heart is the strongest part of my body…it’s been stepped on and broken many times…but somehow, it still manages to work.
It’s painful to love someone who is already in love with another person.
I might not be the best but i’ll be the best to love you more than anyone else
Not all scars show, not all wounds heal
sometimes you can’t always see the pain
someone else feels.
Spiteful words can hurt your feelings, But silence breaks the heart
Hiding your feelings is not the easy way out but sometimes it’s the only thing you can do.
Depression on my left, Loneliness on my right. They don’t need to show me thier badges. I know these guys very well.
– Elizabeth Gilbert
The people that can laugh the most have been hurt the most.
Life is like a dream sometimes it is good, and sometimes it is bad, but in the end its all over.
Every morning you get up and put on a fake smile…but what if one morning you didn’t? Would anyone notice?
Tears can be trusted more than smile. Because there will be a true reason behind every tear.
At some point, you have to realize that some people can stay in your heart but not in your life.
To be sad is a beautiful thing. To hold your friend close and shed a tear for them in their grief, to say goodbye to that relative you never got to know and to hang your head in sorrow as the casket is carried off, and to completley lose all control of yourself and bawl as the one you truely love leaves you. Its all really quite lovely when you give it some thought. To feel such passion, such love that your willing to show an emotion that can cause so much effect. But when its all over. When the tears just can’t seem to come anymore, and the pain begins to fade, it okay. Smile. Cause you made it through and sometimes, thats the most we could ever ask for.
I miss your smile, but I miss mine even more. At some point in your life, you will become aware that some people can stay in your heart but not in your life.
Once your heart gets broken you start to see cracks in everything.
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.
Everyday, I fight the urge to text you or call you, telling myself that if you wanted to talk to me, you would.
Dear pillow, sorry for the tears.
Dear heart, sorry for the damage.
Dear brain, I should have listened.
Lesson in life:
A wise man sat in the audience and cracked a joke. Everybody laughs like crazy. After a moment, he cracked the same joke again. This time, less people laughed. He cracked the same joke again and again. When there is no laughter in the crowd, he smiled and said: “You can’t laugh at the same joke again and again, but why do you keep crying over the same thing over and over again?