Carrying The Weight Of The World Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Carrying The Weight Of The World Sayings By Jennifer Niven: By the time I started eating- really eating- the loss was already so big it By the time I started eating- really eating- the loss was already so big it felt like I was carrying around the world. So carrying around the weight wasn't any heavier. It was trying to carry around both that got to be too much. Which is why sometimes you have to set some of it down. You can't carry all of it forever. — Jennifer Niven
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Carrying The Weight Of The World Sayings By Henry Miller: This book has begun to grow inside me. I am carrying it around with me This book has begun to grow inside me. I am carrying it around with me everywhere. I walk through the streets big with child and the cops escort me across the street. Women get up to offer me their seats. Nobody pushes me rudely any more. I am pregnant. I waddle awkwardly, my big stomach pressed against the weight of the world. — Henry Miller
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Carrying The Weight Of The World Sayings By George Vecsey: We all know the Red Sox did not win a World Series for 86 years We all know the Red Sox did not win a World Series for 86 years after unloading Ruth, and the Cubs just might be carrying some heavy weight for past karmic transgressions. — George Vecsey
Carrying The Weight Of The World Sayings By Avicii: I tried carrying the weight of the world. But I only have two hands. I tried carrying the weight of the world. But I only have two hands. — Avicii
Carrying The Weight Of The World Sayings By Sally Gardner: I got through so much ink in the learning that the inkseller took to knocking I got through so much ink in the learning that the inkseller took to knocking at least once a week on the garden door. He had a gray solemn face that looked as if it was chiseled out of stone; he was stooped down like the letter C, as if he were Atlas carrying the weight of the world in his wooden barrel of ink. Maybe he did. I have learned that there is great power in words, no matter how long or short they be. — Sally Gardner
Carrying The Weight Of The World Sayings By Edith Sitwell: But I saw the little-Ant men as they ranCarrying the world's weight of the world's But I saw the little-Ant men as they ran
Carrying the world's weight of the world's filth
And the filth in the heart of Man
Compressed till those lusts and greeds had a greater heat
than that of the Sun. — Edith Sitwell
Carrying The Weight Of The World Sayings By Sarah Dessen: But she wouldn't. I knew that already. My mother and I had an understanding: we But she wouldn't. I knew that already. My mother and I had an understanding: we worked together to be as much in control of our shared world as possible. I was suposed to be her other half, carrying my share of the weight. In the last few weeks, I'd tried to shed it, and doing so sent everything off kilter. So of course she would pull me tighter, keeping me in my place, because doing so meant she would always be sure, somehow, of her own. — Sarah Dessen
Carrying The Weight Of The World Sayings By Mia Sheridan: Listen, baby, life is a series of things we choose and things we carry. The Listen, baby, life is a series of things we choose and things we carry. The things we choose, well, those are ours. But we don't get a vote on the things we carry. Some are heavier than others, some we can put down eventually, and some are ours to keep. We don't have a choice in the burdens we're given to bear, but we do have a choice in how we hold them. We can strap them to our backs and walk through the world hunched over under the weight like someone who should spend his or her days in a bell tower. Or we can stand tall and straight like one of those African queens carrying a woven basket on her head. — Mia Sheridan
Carrying The Weight Of The World Sayings By Pleasefindthis: There's a boiling pot of paranoia in the pit of his stomach. That slow, heavy There's a boiling pot of paranoia in the pit of his stomach. That slow, heavy weight he always has when he leaves the house, when he's in the open and he's carrying something, even if it's just one vial of Sadness. He feels vulnerable. He knows if they stop him or the train, they'll search everyone and give all of them a hard time.
He just wants to get home without trouble. That's all he's ever wanted. To ignore the rest of the world, enjoy the Sadness [ ... ] — Pleasefindthis
Carrying The Weight Of The World Sayings By John Green: I've always liked quiet people: You never know if they're dancing in a daydream or I've always liked quiet people: You never know if they're dancing in a daydream or if they're carrying the weight of the world. — John Green
Carrying The Weight Of The World Sayings By Sue Monk Kidd: I'm tired of carrying around the weight of the world. I'm just going to lay I'm tired of carrying around the weight of the world. I'm just going to lay it down now. It's my time to die, and it's your time to live. Don't mess it up. — Sue Monk Kidd