Suffering Quotes and Sayings - Page 2
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
If you suffer and make your loved ones suffer, there is nothing that can justify your desire.
– Thich Nhat Hanh
After all, what is suffering but an awareness of suffering?
– Nancy Farmer
Suffering is humbling. It pays to know how to get your butt kicked.
– Christopher McDougall
Suffering ceases to be suffering when we form a clear picture of it.
– Richard Paul Evans
We come to the end of suffering, through suffering.
– T. Scott McLeod
The suffering of a loved one was in many ways worse than one’s one suffering because it left one feeling so very helpless.
– Mary Balogh
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
You will bring yourself the suffering you need to bring yourself so that you may awaken.
– T. Scott McLeod
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
Nothing eases suffering like human touch.
– Bobby Fischer
If pain doesn’t lead to humility, you have wasted your suffering.
– Katerina Stoykova Klemer
The end of suffering does not justify the suffering, and so there is no end to suffering.
– Jonathan Safran Foer