Suffering Quotes and Sayings - Page 2
Living is suffering, Billy. Now give your mom a nice big hug.
– Dash Shaw
No matter how much you hate or how much you suffer, you can’t bring the dead back to life.
– Watsuki Nobuhiro
I hope suffering don’t exist.
– David Levithan
Great souls suffer in silence.
– Friedrich von Schiller
Suffering is part and parcel of extensive intelligence and a feeling heart.
– Fyodor Dostoyevsky
We are healed of a suffering only by experiencing it to the full.
– Marcel Proust
Fire tests gold, suffering tests brave men.
It’s necessary to use suffering. Otherwise, one is used by it.
– Natalie Clifford Barney
Our past may explain why we’re suffering but we must not use it as an excuse to stay in bondage.
– Joyce Meyer
Suffering needs time. It cannot survive in the now.
– Eckhart Tolle
No one is ever holy without suffering.
– Evelyn Waugh
As long as one suffers one lives.
– Graham Greene
We do not suffer by accident.
– Jane Austen
If pain doesn’t lead to humility, you have wasted your suffering.
– Katerina Stoykova Klemer
Each of us has his own rhythm of suffering.
– Roland Barthes
It is when suffering finds a voice and sets our nerves quivering that this pity comes troubling us.
– H.G. Wells
Suffering so someone else didn’t have to suffer. Sacrificing your body for someone else’s well being.
– Jodi Picoult
Until you have suffered much in your heart, you cannot learn humility.
– Elder Thaddeus of Vitovnica
Suffering provides the gym equipment on which my faith can be exercised.
– Joni Eareckson Tada
Human is a suffered mind but an enlightened soul.
– Santosh Kalwar
Don’t look forward to the day you stop suffering, because when it comes you’ll know you’re dead.
– Tennessee Williams
Alas! we must suffer ourselves before we can feel for others.
– Émile Gaboriau
Few suffer more than those who refuse to forgive themselves.
– Mike Norton
Perhaps watching someone you love suffer can teach you even more than suffering yourself can.
– Dodie Smith
Without hope, there is no despair. There is only meaningless suffering.
– D. Morgenstern