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Sad Self Sayings By Archibald Marwizi: Most entertainers and celebrities realize the influencing power they possess. The sad reality is that Most entertainers and celebrities realize the influencing power they possess. The sad reality is that those in the know tend to utilise that power with a lack of mission, beliefs and values which could translate to a positive impact of their talent on the lives as well as missions of those who form their fan-base. Their agenda tends to be self-centred but it can change. — Archibald Marwizi
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Sad Self Sayings By Rumi: You are sitting here with us,but you are also out walking in a field at You are sitting here with us,
but you are also out walking in a field at dawn.
You are yourself the animal we hunt
when you come with us on the hunt.
You are in your body
like a plant is solid in the ground,
yet you are wind.
You are the diver's clothes
lying empty on the beach.
You are the fish.
In the ocean are many bright strands
and many dark strands like veins that are seen
when a wing is lifted up.
Your hidden self is blood in those,
those veins that are lute strings
that make ocean music,
not the sad edge of surf,
but the sound of no shore. — Rumi
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Sad Self Sayings By Nicola Haken: To me, I see scars of courage. Inflicting them gave him the strength to survive To me, I see scars of courage. Inflicting them gave him the strength to survive the pain that's plagued him all his life. I'm grateful to every one of them because he's still here, with me. — Nicola Haken
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Sad Self Sayings By Tricia-Anne Y. Morris: Love is kind. Kindness is saying kind words that compliment, empower and encourage. It's making Love is kind. Kindness is saying kind words that compliment, empower and encourage. It's making every effort to make the other person feel good about him or herself. It's about being thoughtful, tender and having a big heart towards each other. It's showing concern when the other person is hurting, sad or exhibiting some other kind of negative disposition. It's about giving to each other by virtue of our time, possessions, blessings, gifts and everything else that's good. — Tricia-Anne Y. Morris
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Sad Self Sayings By Julie Burchill: No matter how old and glorious the models, sad indeed is the woman who sees No matter how old and glorious the models, sad indeed is the woman who sees fashion as a means of self-expression rather than an agent of social control. — Julie Burchill
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Sad Self Sayings By Stephen King: Your friends drag you down, Gordie. Don't you know that? [ ... ] Your friends Your friends drag you down, Gordie. Don't you know that? [ ... ] Your friends do. They're like drowning guys that are holding onto your legs. You can't save them. You can only drown with them. — Stephen King
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Sad Self Sayings By Benjamin Alire Saenz: I'm not a good kid. Yeah, look, I'm just a piece of paper with the I'm not a good kid. Yeah, look, I'm just a piece of paper with the word sad and a bunch of cuss words written on it.
A lousy piece of paper. That's me.
A piece of paper that's waiting to be torn up. — Benjamin Alire Saenz
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Sad Self Sayings By Alysha Speer: Depression weighs you down like a rock in a river. You don't stand a chance. Depression weighs you down like a rock in a river. You don't stand a chance. You can fight and pray and hope you have the strength to swim, but sometimes, you have to let yourself sink. Because you'll never know true happiness until someone or something pulls you back out of that river
and you'll never believe it until you realize it was you, yourself who saved you. — Alysha Speer
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Sad Self Sayings By Jess Walter: He was part of a ruined generation of young men coddled by their parents -by He was part of a ruined generation of young men coddled by their parents -by their mothers especially- raised on unearned self-esteem, in a bubble of overaffection, in a sad incubator of phony achievement. — Jess Walter
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Sad Self Sayings By Butch Hancock: Come all you mad and raging fearless friends of war and peace, Come all you Come all you mad and raging fearless friends of war and peace,
Come all you sad self-righteous frightened friends down on your bended knees,
All beings on this earth, you must not harm them;
All weapons you hold deep within your heart, you must disarm them.
Every man you meet's your son.
Every woman is your daughter.
Go find someeone who's thirsty,
And give them water. — Butch Hancock
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Sad Self Sayings By William Shakespeare: So now I have confessed that he is thine, And I my self am mortgaged So now I have confessed that he is thine, And I my self am mortgaged to thy will, My self I'll forfeit, so that other mine, Thou wilt restore to be my comfort still. — William Shakespeare
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Sad Self Sayings By James S.A. Corey: The other Miller was different. Quieter. Sad, maybe, but at peace. He'd read a poem The other Miller was different. Quieter. Sad, maybe, but at peace. He'd read a poem many years before called "The Death-Self," and he hadn't understood the term until now. A knot at the middle of his psyche was untying. All the energy he'd put into holding things together - Ceres, his marriage, his career, himself - was coming free. He'd shot and killed more men in the past day than in his whole career as a cop. He'd started - only started - to realize that he'd actually fallen in love with the object of his search after he knew for certain that he'd lost her. He'd seen unequivocally that the chaos he'd dedicated his life to holding at bay was stronger and wider and more powerful than he would ever be. No compromise he could make would be enough. His death-self was unfolding in him, and the dark blooming took no effort. It was a relief, a relaxation, a long, slow exhale after decades of holding it in. — James S.A. Corey
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Sad Self Sayings By Rajneesh: These are the only two situations possible, and you are in the sad situation. Everybody These are the only two situations possible, and you are in the sad situation. Everybody may know about you - who you are - but you yourself are completely oblivious of your transcendence, of your real nature, of your authentic being. This is the only sadness in life. You can find many excuses, but the real sadness is this: you don't know who you are. How can a person be happy not knowing who he is, not knowing from where he comes, not knowing where he is going? A thousand and one problems arise because of this basic self-ignorance. — Rajneesh
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Sad Self Sayings By Desmond Tutu: It always comes back to our insecurities, as we say, "Oh, I'm not as good It always comes back to our insecurities, as we say, "Oh, I'm not as good as you." So instead of accepting that perhaps I am not as good as someone else in some ways and being comfortable with who I am as I am, I spend all my time denigrating you, trying to cut you down to my self-perceived size. The sad problem is that we see ourselves as being quite terribly small. Instead of spending my time being envious, I need to celebrate your and my different gifts, even if mine are perhaps less spectacular than yours. — Desmond Tutu
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Sad Self Sayings By Martin Gardner: Politicians, real-estate agents, used-car salesmen, and advertising copy-writers are expected to stretch facts in self-serving Politicians, real-estate agents, used-car salesmen, and advertising copy-writers are expected to stretch facts in self-serving directions, but scientists who falsify their results are regarded by their peers as committing an inexcusable crime. Yet the sad fact is that the history of science swarms with cases of outright fakery and instances of scientists who unconsciously distorted their work by seeing it through lenses of passionately held beliefs. — Martin Gardner
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Sad Self Sayings By Fatema Mernissi: Once I asked Mina why she danced so smoothly while most of the other women Once I asked Mina why she danced so smoothly while most of the other women made abrupt, jerky movements, and she said that many of the women confused liberation with agitation. 'Some ladies are angry with their lives,' she said 'and so even their dance becomes an expression of that.' Angry women are hostages of their anger. They cannot escape it and set themselves free, which is indeed a sad fate. The worst of prisons is a self-created one. (p.162) — Fatema Mernissi
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Sad Self Sayings By Thomas Hardy: It was still early, and though the sun's lower limb was just free of the It was still early, and though the sun's lower limb was just free of the hill, his rays, ungenial and peering, addressed the eye rather than the touch as yet. There was not a human soul near. Sad October and her sadder self seemed the only two existences haunting that lane. — Thomas Hardy
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Sad Self Sayings By Jennifer Niven: People are shitty for a lot of reasons. Sometimes they're just shitty people. Sometimes people People are shitty for a lot of reasons. Sometimes they're just shitty people. Sometimes people have been shitty to them and, even though they don't realize it, they take that shitty upbringing and go out into the world and treat others the same way. Sometimes they're shitty because they're afraid. Sometimes they choose to be shitty to others before others can be shitty to them. So it's like self-defensive shittiness. — Jennifer Niven
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Sad Self Sayings By Ron Koertge: Margaux looks around the table; this is not working. All of a sudden she's thinking Margaux looks around the table; this is not working. All of a sudden she's thinking about a safe room, something she's only heard of but suddenly wants: water, oxygen, bulletproof door, dead bolts, a thousand books. Utterly quiet. Completely silent. No girls she barely knows in saggy leather pants, no girls in mesh strippers' gloves and jeans sanded thin as a bee's wing, and no girls who can't stay home one night a year because they are always and forever out. On their way to. Coming from.
And then her heart open. Just a little, but it does. Because she remembers all that. How she felt then: the self-reproach, the utter confusion ... That's why her heart opens. For those girls at the table who always feel baffled and sad, tender and malign, repulsive and desirable, innocent and contemptuous of innocence.
So she cries. For them, mostly. For herself a little ... everything hesitates. So that for a second there's no sound in the enormous room but that of Margaux sobbing. — Ron Koertge
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Sad Self Sayings By Tony Reinke: The sad truth is that many of us are addicted to our phones because we The sad truth is that many of us are addicted to our phones because we crave immediate approval and affirmation. The fear we feel in our hearts when we are engaged online is the impulse that drives our "highly selective self-representations." We want to be loved and accepted by others, so we wash away our scars and defects. When we put this scrubbed-down representation of ourselves online, we tabulate the human approval in a commodity index of likes and shares. We post an image, then watch the immediate response. We refresh. We watch the stats climb-or stall. We gauge the immediate responses from friends, family members, and strangers. Did what we posted gain the immediate approval of others? We know within minutes. Even the promise of religious approval and the affirmations of other Christians is a gravitational pull that draws us toward our phones. — Tony Reinke
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Sad Self Sayings By Jeekeshen Chinnappen: If you never tasted a bad apple, you would not appreciate a good apple. If If you never tasted a bad apple, you would not appreciate a good apple. If you were never sad, you would not know how it feels to be happy. If you never had negative thoughts, you would not learn the power of positive thinking. You have to experience life to understand life. — Jeekeshen Chinnappen
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Sad Self Sayings By George Saunders: If/when I die, do not want Pam lonely. Want her to remarry, have full life. If/when I die, do not want Pam lonely. Want her to remarry, have full life. As long as new husband is nice guy. Gentle guy. Religious guy. Very caring + good to kids. But kids not fooled. Kids prefer dead dad (i.e., me) to religious guy. Pale, boring, religious guy, with no oomph, who wears weird sweaters and is always a little sad, due to, cannot get boner, due to physical ailment.
Ha ha.
Death very much on my mind tonight, future reader. Can it be true? That I will die? That Pam, kids will die? Is awful. Why were we put here, so inclined to love, when end of our story = death? That harsh. That cruel. Do not like.
Note to self: try harder, in all things, to be better person. — George Saunders
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Sad Self Sayings By Louisa May Alcott: For in that sad yet happy hour, she had learned not only the bitterness of For in that sad yet happy hour, she had learned not only the bitterness of remorse and despair, but the sweetness of self-denial and self-control, and led by her mother's hand, she had drawn nearer to the Friend who always welcomes every child with a love stronger than that of any father, tenderer than that of any mother. — Louisa May Alcott
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Sad Self Sayings By Patricia St. John: Stooping very low, He engraves with careHis Name, indelible, upon our dust;And from the ashes Stooping very low, He engraves with care
His Name, indelible, upon our dust;
And from the ashes of our self-despair,
Kindles a flame of hope and humble trust.
He seeks no second site on which to build,
But on the old foundation, stone by stone,
Cementing sad experience with grace,
Fashions a stronger temple of His own. — Patricia St. John
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Sad Self Sayings By Lyla Tyela Belikov: Note to self ; He doesn't care anymore. Note to self ;
He doesn't care anymore. — Lyla Tyela Belikov
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Sad Self Sayings By Gregory Maguire: SELF-MOCKERY IS AN UGLIER THING THAN ANY HUMAN FACE, IRIS ... YOU ARE SMART AND SELF-MOCKERY IS AN UGLIER THING THAN ANY HUMAN FACE, IRIS ... YOU ARE SMART AND YOU ARE KIND. DON'T BETRAY THOSE IMPULSES IN YOURSELF. DON'T BELABOR THE LACK OF PHYSICAL BEAUTY, WHICH IN ANY CASE EVENTUALLY FLEES THOSE WHO HAVE IT AND MAKES THEM SAD. — Gregory Maguire
Sad Self Sayings By Adam Wilson: Possible Ending #16 (Life Imitates Art Imitates Life Imitates Art Imitates): I'd seen this movie. Possible Ending #16 (Life Imitates Art Imitates Life Imitates Art Imitates): I'd seen this movie. Obvious ending: outright betrayal, lesson learned, life is heartbreak, people who mean well still fuck you over, everyone's sad, greedy, looking out for number one, no consideration for the fragile fat boy whose displayed cynicism only masks a deeper hope that everyone's okay, will ultimately end up all right, that love exists, that happiness may not be stable but at least comes in bursts, that everything worthwhile wasn't just a self-created illusion. — Adam Wilson
Sad Self Sayings By Kathleen Glasgow: ...when I look at my arms, I don't think revolutionary. I think sad, and pain, ...when I look at my arms, I don't think revolutionary. I think sad, and pain, but not revolutionary. — Kathleen Glasgow
Sad Self Sayings By Hasil Paudyal: Life for me is just a result of experiments being performed by far more developed Life for me is just a result of experiments being performed by far more developed creatures. — Hasil Paudyal
Sad Self Sayings By Wendell Berry: I enjoyed coming and going without telling or explaining, being free. I enjoyed listening without I enjoyed coming and going without telling or explaining, being free. I enjoyed listening without talking. I enjoyed being wherever I was without being noticed. But then when the dark change came over my mind, I was in a fix. My solitariness turned into loneliness . . .

That, I guess, is why I got so sad. I was living, but I was not living my life. So far as I could see, I was going nowhere. And now, more and more, I seemed also to have come from nowhere. Without a loved life to live, I was becoming more and more a theoretical person, as if I might have been a figment of institutional self-justification: a theoretical ignorant person from the sticks, who one day would go to a theoretical somewhere and make a theoretical something of himself - the implication being that until he became that something he would be nothing. — Wendell Berry
Sad Self Sayings By Augusten Burroughs: You can see self-pity every day if you live near a playground like I do. You can see self-pity every day if you live near a playground like I do. Little kids trip or get shoved and they fall over all the time. Usually, they don't appear to be hurt. They look surprised to see that what was just an instant ago beneath their shoes is now pressed up against their nose. Little kids also know that injuries are an opportunity for extra affection. So whenever you see a little kid take a spill, they'll look around to verify a nearby adult presence and then they'll let it rip. This Wail of Death causes all the adults in the area to converge on the kid and one of them scoops the kid up and begins the medicinal kisses. Self-pity isn't the most accurate description for this feeling because it describes only half of it: sad for me, I'm hurt. What's missing is the other half: and you need to do something about it. — Augusten Burroughs
Sad Self Sayings By Courtney Summers: There is nothing like discovering your own secrets in someone else's story. Those thoughts and There is nothing like discovering your own secrets in someone else's story. Those thoughts and feelings you believed were too ugly or strange or idealistic or desperate or whimsical or hungry or sad they had to be just you because there could be no other place for them, anywhere. Books that make you realize you're not alone, you never were. Those are the ones I like best. — Courtney Summers
Sad Self Sayings By Marie Rutkoski: I don't want you to go." Waves rocked against the pier. The sun was too I don't want you to go." Waves rocked against the pier. The sun was too bright. Weathered boards creaked beneath Arin's feet.
"Only because you enjoy a good bully. Someone to make you behave as you ought."
"No, Roshar."
"You know well enough what to do now. You'll be fine."
"That's not why."
"Why you'll miss me? I admit that the impending absence of my keen wit would make anyone sad."
"Not exactly."
"Now I'm getting sad, just thinking about how it would feel to be parted from my sweet self. Lucky me: I will always have my own company."
"What you said at the banquet was true."
"Everything I say is true."
"That I love you."
Roshar's face went still. "I said that?"
"You know that you did."
"That was more for the drama of the moment."
"Liar."
"I am, aren't I?" Roshar said slowly. "I really am. Arin." His voice roughened. "You'll see me again."
"Soon," Arin told him, and embraced him. — Marie Rutkoski
Sad Self Sayings By Kim Stanley Robinson: Sad but true: individual intelligence probably peaked in the Upper Paleolithic, and we have been Sad but true: individual intelligence probably peaked in the Upper Paleolithic, and we have been self-domesticated creatures ever since — Kim Stanley Robinson
Sad Self Sayings By Karen E. Quinones Miller: It is sad when people only use their connections & resources for themselves. How very It is sad when people only use their connections & resources for themselves. How very self-centered. Use your platform to help others. — Karen E. Quinones Miller
Sad Self Sayings By Turcois Ominek: We're all guilty of dedicating time to people who didn't value it. We're all guilty of dedicating time to people who didn't value it. — Turcois Ominek
Sad Self Sayings By William Shakespeare: For God's sake, let us sit upon the groundAnd tell sad stories of the death For God's sake, let us sit upon the ground
And tell sad stories of the death of kings;
How some have been deposed; some slain in war,
Some haunted by the ghosts they have deposed;
Some poison'd by their wives: some sleeping kill'd;
All murder'd: for within the hollow crown
That rounds the mortal temples of a king
Keeps Death his court and there the antic sits,
Scoffing his state and grinning at his pomp,
Allowing him a breath, a little scene,
To monarchize, be fear'd and kill with looks,
Infusing him with self and vain conceit,
As if this flesh which walls about our life,
Were brass impregnable, and humour'd thus
Comes at the last and with a little pin
Bores through his castle wall, and farewell king!
Act 3, Scene 2 — William Shakespeare
Sad Self Sayings By Emily Giffin: Sorrow comes with so many defense mechanisms. You have your shock, your denial, your getting Sorrow comes with so many defense mechanisms. You have your shock, your denial, your getting wasted, your cracking jokes, and your religion. You also have the old standby catchall
the blind belief in fate, the whole "things happening for a reason" drill.
But my personal favorite defense has always been anger, with its trusty offshoots of self-righteous indignation, bitterness, and resentment. — Emily Giffin
Sad Self Sayings By Marya Hornbacher: You never come back, not all the way. Always there is an odd distance between You never come back, not all the way. Always there is an odd distance between you and the people you love and the people you meet, a barrier thin as the glass of a mirror, you never come all the way out of the mirror; you stand, for the rest of your life, with one foot in this world and no one in another, where everything is upside down and backward and sad. — Marya Hornbacher
Sad Self Sayings By Susan Weitzman: Once this bubble of self-deception is burst and the mask that shielded her and others Once this bubble of self-deception is burst and the mask that shielded her and others from what she wished to ignore is lifted, it is difficult for the woman to return to her life as it was. It has been said that "the discovery of a deceiving principle, a lying activity within us, can furnish an absolutely new view of all conscious life." This reawakened awareness changes the upscale abused woman's life forever. Suddenly, new choices stand before her. This can be a frightening and sad phase in therapy, a moment when the woman is grappling with a kaleidoscope of loss and potential future gain. Some women experience this period as the dark night of the soul. It can be sickening to face the truths one has chosen to ignore in hopes of maintaining the status quo. Even if the woman wishes to stay married, she will never perceive her life in the same way again. — Susan Weitzman
Sad Self Sayings By Jennifer Salaiz: For some, like me, writing comes at a price. My best creations were written while For some, like me, writing comes at a price. My best creations were written while I was emotionally ripped open. I've spent some scenes so mentally self-exposed that I could barely see what I was writing. And as I sit here-my heart pounding, heaviness threatening to pull my heart down to my stomach, I ask myself this question ... are you ready to bleed some more? I smile and without pause, I pull up my current WIP. — Jennifer Salaiz
Sad Self Sayings By John Keats: How sad it is when a luxurious imagination is obliged in self defense to deaden How sad it is when a luxurious imagination is obliged in self defense to deaden its delicacy in vulgarity, and riot in things attainable that it may not have leisure to go mad after things that are not. — John Keats
Sad Self Sayings By Jenna Marbles: When I'm feeling sad, or lonely, and I don't know what I'm doing and I When I'm feeling sad, or lonely, and I don't know what I'm doing and I don't know where I'm going, I imagine the Cool Awesome Future Version of Myself just telling my present self, "It's okay. You just gotta grab that giraffe by the ears and ride it on out." — Jenna Marbles
Sad Self Sayings By Haruki Murakami: The sad truth is that what I could recall in five seconds all too soon The sad truth is that what I could recall in five seconds all too soon needed ten, then thirty, then a full minute - like shadows lengthening at dusk. Someday, I suppose, the shadows will be swallowed up in darkness. There is no way around it: my memory is growing ever more distant from the spot where Naoko used to stand - ever more distant from the spot where my old self used to stand. And nothing but scenery, that view of the meadow in October, returns again and again to me like a symbolic scene in a movie. Each time it appears, it delivers a kick to some part of my mind. "Wake up," it says. "I'm still here. Wake up and think about it. Think about why I'm still here." The kicking never hurts me. There's no pain at all. Just a hollow sound that echoes with each kick. And even that is bound to fade one day. — Haruki Murakami
Sad Self Sayings By Heather Donahue: In LA, I mean, here's this place full of desperate and sad people who take In LA, I mean, here's this place full of desperate and sad people who take their only pleasure from destroying others for the purposes of their own self-aggrandizement. — Heather Donahue
Sad Self Sayings By Stephen Richards: Humans, unlike Jedi, are powerfully afraid of rejection. We do not survive well alone, so Humans, unlike Jedi, are powerfully afraid of rejection. We do not survive well alone, so humans as a species are especially vulnerable to thoughts that make us afraid the rest of the "tribe" will desert us to die a sad, lonely death. — Stephen Richards
Sad Self Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: I can cope with, and even somehow enjoy, the sinking melancholy of Venice, just for I can cope with, and even somehow enjoy, the sinking melancholy of Venice, just for a few days. Somewhere in me I am able to recognize that this is not my melancholy; this is the city's own indigenous melancholy, and I am healthy enough these days to be able to feel the difference between me and it. This is a sign, I cannot help but think, of healing, of the coagulation of my self. There were a few years there, lost in borderless despair, when I used to experience all the world's sadness as my own. Everything sad leaked through me and left damp traces behind. — Elizabeth Gilbert
Sad Self Sayings By Auliq Ice: I am always happy, because whenever I am sad I just know that somewhere, somehow, I am always happy, because whenever I am sad I just know that somewhere, somehow, there is a person who is PUSHING a door that says PULL. — Auliq Ice
Sad Self Sayings By Isabel Allende: People do not belong to others, either. How can the huincas buy and sell people People do not belong to others, either. How can the huincas buy and sell people if they do not own them. Sometimes the boy went two or three days without speaking a word, surly, and not eating, and when asked what was the matter, the answer was always the same: There are content days and there are sad days. Each person is a master of his silence. — Isabel Allende
Sad Self Sayings By Patty Smyth: There's a danger in loving somebody too much, and it's sad when you know it's There's a danger in loving somebody too much, and it's sad when you know it's your heart you can't trust. — Patty Smyth
Sad Self Sayings By Mandy Nachampassack-Maloney: Healthy relationships, even those that eventually end with breakups, aren't a mistake. They're a chance Healthy relationships, even those that eventually end with breakups, aren't a mistake. They're a chance to grow and learn, about who you are, who you want to be, what kind of relationships are worth your time and energy. I hate this assumption that when people end a romantic relationship they leave a piece of their heart behind, they shatter and will be unable to offer their next partner their whole, pure self. People aren't puzzles or vases. People have an endless capacity both to learn and to love. People also aren't property. They do not become less valuable or tarnished by use. — Mandy Nachampassack-Maloney
Sad Self Sayings By Hasil Paudyal: Dreaming of getting you I loosed everything Cheerfulness of smile And all the dreams of Dreaming of getting you
I loosed everything
Cheerfulness of smile
And all the dreams of life — Hasil Paudyal
Sad Self Sayings By Horace Bushnell: O, if there be any kind of life most sad, and deepest in the scale O, if there be any kind of life most sad, and deepest in the scale of pity, it is the dry, cold impotence of one, who has honestly set to the work of his own self-redemption. — Horace Bushnell
Sad Self Sayings By Richard Kadrey: Try not to sing too many sad songs for yourself. The universe already hates you. Try not to sing too many sad songs for yourself. The universe already hates you. Self-pity isn't going to help. — Richard Kadrey
Sad Self Sayings By Zoe Marriott: I am so angry all the time, and so sad, and it screams inside me I am so angry all the time, and so sad, and it screams inside me and never stops. Cutting is the only thing that eases me. — Zoe Marriott
Sad Self Sayings By Meghan Murphy: Sometimes we're all just sad little desserts who just need a little self-confidence. Sometimes we're all just sad little desserts who just need a little self-confidence. — Meghan Murphy
Sad Self Sayings By Virginia Satir: Every word, facial expression, gesture, or action on the part of a parent gives the Every word, facial expression, gesture, or action on the part of a parent gives the child some message about self-worth. It is sad that so many parents don't realize what messages they are sending. — Virginia Satir
Sad Self Sayings By Elizabeth Von Arnim: The healthy attitude, the only reasonable one towards a fault made or a sin committed The healthy attitude, the only reasonable one towards a fault made or a sin committed is surely a vigorous shake of one's moral shoulders, vigorous enough to shake it off and out of remembrance. The sin itself was a sad waste of time and happiness, and absolutely no more should be wasted in lugubriously reflecting on it. Shall we, poor human beings at such a disadvantage from the first in the fight with Fate through the many weaknesses and ailments of our bodies, load our souls as well with an ever-growing burden of regret and penitence? Shall we let a weight of vivid memories break our hearts? How are we to get on with our living if we are continually dropping into sloughs of bitter and often unjust self-reproach? Every morning comes the light, and a fresh chance of doing better. Is it not the sheerest folly and ingratitude to let yesterday spoil the God-given to-day? There — Elizabeth Von Arnim
Sad Self Sayings By Peter R. Pouncey: Let me be to my sad self hereafter kind. Let me be to my sad self hereafter kind. — Peter R. Pouncey
Sad Self Sayings By Jonathan Tropper: Bugs, Thumper, Roger, Peter, Velveteen. I name them after their storied counterparts and then I Bugs, Thumper, Roger, Peter, Velveteen. I name them after their storied counterparts and then I try my best to brain them. Because they remind me of where I am, marooned out here in this life I never planned. And then I get pissed at Hailey, and then I get sad about being pissed at her, and then I get pissed about being sad, and then, never one to be left out, my self-pity kicks in like a turbine engine, and it's like this endless, pathetic spin cycle where all the dirty laundry goes around and around and nothing ever gets clean. — Jonathan Tropper
Sad Self Sayings By Harlan Coben: I used to wonder why Lucy liked those songs so much. You know what I I used to wonder why Lucy liked those songs so much. You know what I mean? She sits in the dark and listens and cries. Music does that to her ... I didn't understand for a long time. But I do now. The sad songs are a safe hurt. It's a diversion. It's controlled. And maybe it helps you imagine that real pain will be like that. But it's not. Lucy knows that, of course. You can't prepare for real pain. You just have to let it rip you apart. — Harlan Coben
Sad Self Sayings By Edwin Feulner: Is the American tradition of self-reliance disappearing? That's a painful question for conservatives to ponder. Is the American tradition of self-reliance disappearing? That's a painful question for conservatives to ponder. After all, we're dedicated to reducing the role of government and promoting individual freedom and opportunity. But the facts, while sad, are clear: More Americans today depend more heavily on government than ever before. — Edwin Feulner
Sad Self Sayings By Taylor Rhodes: We are paint streaked runners,deafened by the cries of all the sad people. It's a We are paint streaked runners,
deafened by the cries of all the sad people.
It's a powerful sound that practically yanks the tears right out of you.
Sometimes, you just can't help but feel like a
very small
clam in
a very
big ocean. — Taylor Rhodes
Sad Self Sayings By Charlotte Eriksson: You were the hardest year of my life and I've never been so happy. What You were the hardest year of my life and I've never been so happy. What does that say about me? — Charlotte Eriksson
Sad Self Sayings By Jasinda Wilder: I should have seen it coming." The words don't surprise me, but they piss me I should have seen it coming." The words don't surprise me, but they piss me off. I pull away and glare down at her. "Don't you fucking dare, Nell Hawthorne. Don't you dare put this on yourself. You should never have to see shit like this coming." She backs away, stunned and afraid by the intensity I know is radiating off me. "Colton, I just meant he's always shown - " "Stop. Just stop right there. Granted, you should've never gotten involved with a douchetard like him, but that's no excuse for what he did. — Jasinda Wilder
Sad Self Sayings By James Frey: I know a bit about the loss of dignity. I know that when you take I know a bit about the loss of dignity. I know that when you take away a man's dignity there is a hole, a deep black hole filled with despair, humiliation and self-hatred, filled with emptiness, shame and disgrace, filled with loss and isolation and hell. It's a deep, dark, horrible fucking hole, and that hole is where people like me live our sad-ass, fucked-up, dignity free, inhuman lives, and where we die, alone, miserable, wasted and forgotten. — James Frey
Sad Self Sayings By Henry Louis Gates: The sad truth is that the civil rights movement cannot be reborn until we identify The sad truth is that the civil rights movement cannot be reborn until we identify the causes of black suffering, some of them self-inflicted. Why can't black leaders organize rallies around responsible sexuality, birth within marriage, parents reading to their children and students staying in school and doing homework? — Henry Louis Gates
Sad Self Sayings By David Brion Davis: Sad to say, in a present-day world that seems to be governed by clashing selfinterests Sad to say, in a present-day world that seems to be governed by clashing self
interests and material forces, where we have learned that idealistic rhetoric usually cloaks nationalistic purposes or even far more diabolical schemes, it has become increasingly difficult to explain collective actions that profess to be driven by virtuous ideals or a desire to make the world a better place. During the past century, various national leaders have ordered the slaughter of tens of millions of people as the supposedly necessary means to perfect the world. Today we are far more cynical, I fear, than the generations at the beginning of the past genocidal century, before the First World War and the Russian Revolution. — David Brion Davis
Sad Self Sayings By Robin S. Sharma: The starting point of enlightenment, a goal that every person should strive for, is inner The starting point of enlightenment, a goal that every person should strive for, is inner leadership. Leadership is far more than something businesspeople do at work. Leadership is all about personal responsibility, self-discovery, and creating value in the world by the people we become. Too many people spend their time blaming others for all that isn't working in their lives. We blame our spouses for our unhappy home lives; we blame our bosses for our distress at work; we blame strangers on the freeway for making us angry; we blame our parents for keeping us small. Blame, blame, blame, blame. But blaming others is nothing more than excusing yourself. Blaming others for the current quality of your life is a sad way to live. In doing so, all you're doing is playing the victim. — Robin S. Sharma
Sad Self Sayings By Rachel Klein: Girls are always saying things like, "I'm so unhappy that I'm going to overdose on Girls are always saying things like, "I'm so unhappy that I'm going to overdose on aspirin," but they'd be awfully surprised if they succeeded. They have no intention of dying. At the first sight of blood, they panic. — Rachel Klein
Sad Self Sayings By Hasil Paudyal: Give me another Chance Then, You will Get Less than I Gain... Give me another Chance
Then,
You will Get
Less than I Gain... — Hasil Paudyal
Sad Self Sayings By John Steinbeck: It [the Mexican War] was a training ground for generals, so that when the sad It [the Mexican War] was a training ground for generals, so that when the sad self-murders settled on us, the leaders knew the techniques for making it properly horrible. — John Steinbeck
Sad Self Sayings By Carrie Brownstein: The idea of self-effacement, the idea that you feel so powerless that the only tiny The idea of self-effacement, the idea that you feel so powerless that the only tiny morsel of power you have is over your own ability to deny yourself food - that to me is a very profound and sad methodology and indicator of how powerless a lot of people feel in this world. That they will turn that onto themselves until they are physically smaller. I think it's affected my worldview a lot - just being sensitive and empathetic towards the ways people want to be small. I don't wish smallness for anyone. — Carrie Brownstein
Sad Self Sayings By Patricia Love: My only regret is that no one told me at the beginning of my journey My only regret is that no one told me at the beginning of my journey what I'm telling you now: there will be an end to your pain. And once you've released all those pent-up emotions, you will experience a lightness and buoyancy you haven't felt since you were a very young child. The past will no longer feel like a lode of radioactive ore contaminating the present, and you will be able to respond appropriately to present-day events. You will feel angry when someone infringes on your territory, but you won't overreact. You will feel sad when something bad happens to you, but you won't sink into despair. You will feel joy when you have a good day, and your happiness won't be clouded with guilt. You, too, will have succeeded in making history, history. — Patricia Love
Sad Self Sayings By Ian Rankin: Fifteen years, and all he had to show were an amount of self-pity and a Fifteen years, and all he had to show were an amount of self-pity and a busted marriage with an innocent daughter hanging between them. It was more disgusting than sad. — Ian Rankin
Sad Self Sayings By Charles Dickens: I care for no man on earth, and no man on earth cares for me. I care for no man on earth, and no man on earth cares for me. — Charles Dickens
Sad Self Sayings By Ian C. Esslemont: Perhaps it is the case that no organization or hierarchy can withstand the closest of Perhaps it is the case that no organization or hierarchy can withstand the closest of scrutiny. Not even a smugly self-touted meritocracy. The success and persistence of utter fools everywhere is sad testament to that. — Ian C. Esslemont
Sad Self Sayings By Marie Rutkoski: Now I'm getting sad, just thinking about how it would feel to be parted from Now I'm getting sad, just thinking about how it would feel to be parted from my sweet self. Lucky me: I will always have my own company. — Marie Rutkoski
Sad Self Sayings By Maddy Malhotra: A sad truth is that we don't know what we really believe! We don't know A sad truth is that we don't know what we really believe! We don't know how we operate. We don't know what is holding us back. We don't know why we do what we do. — Maddy Malhotra
Sad Self Sayings By Sonja Lyubomirsky: The combination of rumination and negative mood is toxic. Research shows that people who ruminate The combination of rumination and negative mood is toxic. Research shows that people who ruminate while sad or distraught are likely to feel besieged, powerless, self-critical, pessimistic, and generally negatively biased. — Sonja Lyubomirsky
Sad Self Sayings By Kilroy J. Oldster: No one wants to occupy a black hole of sadness and despair or slip on No one wants to occupy a black hole of sadness and despair or slip on the tight rope that separates sanity from insanity, and reside in a vortex devoid of reality. I entered the world as a freeman and desire to escape a state of existential vertigo. I yearn to discover a synthesizing spirit of my being and hold my head high, free of doubt, and devoid of fear. I wish to foment the cerebral energy to stave off premature destruction and forevermore blunt an intolerable state of anguish. — Kilroy J. Oldster
Sad Self Sayings By Teddy Thompson: I love the sad songs with their maudlin, self-deprecating, almost funny lyrics. As an Englishman, I love the sad songs with their maudlin, self-deprecating, almost funny lyrics. As an Englishman, they make a lot of sense. — Teddy Thompson
Sad Self Sayings By Robert Anthony: The sad thing is that, even though we know our lives aren't working in certain The sad thing is that, even though we know our lives aren't working in certain areas, we are still afraid to change. We are locked into our comfort zone, no matter how self-destructive it may be. Yet, the only way to get out of our comfort zone and to be free of our problems and limitations is to get uncomfortable. — Robert Anthony
Sad Self Sayings By Augusten Burroughs: I felt ignorant, self-deprived, incredibly isolated, deeply and profoundly lonely and missing people, absolutely starved I felt ignorant, self-deprived, incredibly isolated, deeply and profoundly lonely and missing people, absolutely starved for affection, physically weary from alcohol, very depressed about my physical appearance, my weak muscles. Hurt and angry and sad — Augusten Burroughs
Sad Self Sayings By Alain De Botton: When you feel sad, you are participating in a venerable experience, to which I, this When you feel sad, you are participating in a venerable experience, to which I, this monument, am dedicated. Your sense of loss and disappointment, of frustrated hopes and grief at your own inadequacy, elevate you to serious company. Do not ignore of throw away your grief — Alain De Botton
Sad Self Sayings By AVA.: there's always been a little sadness inside my happiness.i've never been able to separate the there's always been a little sadness inside my happiness.

i've never been able to separate the two. — AVA.
Sad Self Sayings By Stephen Richards: Do not allow your sad past to rule your present situation. Unlike a tango, it Do not allow your sad past to rule your present situation. Unlike a tango, it does not take to two to forgive. — Stephen Richards
Sad Self Sayings By Deepak Chopra: Many scientists think that philosophy has no place, so for me it's a sad time Many scientists think that philosophy has no place, so for me it's a sad time because the role of reflection, contemplation, meditation, self inquiry, insight, intuition, imagination, creativity, free will, is in a way not given any importance, which is the domain of philosophers. — Deepak Chopra
Sad Self Sayings By Suzanne Finnamore: It would be sad and wrong in so many ways to self-combust at this time. It would be sad and wrong in so many ways to self-combust at this time. — Suzanne Finnamore
Sad Self Sayings By Maryrose Wood: This memory was both happy and sad: happy because it was so pleasant, and sad This memory was both happy and sad: happy because it was so pleasant, and sad because it made Penelope think about how much she missed Swanburne
the girls, the teachers, Miss Mortimer. Or perhaps it was her own much younger self, that pint-sized person whom she could never be again, whom she missed. It was hard to say. — Maryrose Wood
Sad Self Sayings By David Bentley Hart: What makes today's popular atheism so depressing is neither its conceptual boorishness nor its self-righteousness What makes today's popular atheism so depressing is neither its conceptual boorishness nor its self-righteousness but simply its cultural inevitability. It is the final, predictable, and unsurprisingly vulgar expression of an ideological tradition that has, after many centuries, become so pervasive and habitual that most of us have no idea how to doubt its premises or how to avert its consequences. This is a fairly sad state of affairs, because those consequences have at times proved quite terrible. — David Bentley Hart
Sad Self Sayings By Emma Watson: It's a journey and the sad thing is you only learn from experience, so as It's a journey and the sad thing is you only learn from experience, so as much as someone can tell you things, you have to go out there and make your own mistakes in order to learn. — Emma Watson
Sad Self Sayings By Toni Sorenson: Jesus took care of himself. He ate healthy food. He rested when he was weary. Jesus took care of himself. He ate healthy food. He rested when he was weary. He sought time alone when he needed to recharge. He laughed with his friends. He wept when he was sad. He walked long distances and climbed hills and moved. From barren wilderness to unpredictable waters, he spent the majority of his time outside in nature. He loved wholeheartedly. He served others. He cooked. He studied and learned and grew in wisdom. Jesus cared for himself physically, mentally and spiritually.
To be aligned with him, we must do no less. — Toni Sorenson
Sad Self Sayings By Woody Allen: I'm awash in self-contempt! I'm awash in self-contempt! — Woody Allen
Sad Self Sayings By Baba Tunde Ojo-Olubiyo: A Godly Person Is Living Simple And Yet Happy An Ungodly Person Is Living Luxuriously A Godly Person Is Living Simple And Yet Happy
An Ungodly Person Is Living Luxuriously And Yet So Sad — Baba Tunde Ojo-Olubiyo
Sad Self Sayings By Nick Hornby: A Tragic Honesty, like the Ian Hamilton biography of Lowell that I read recently, is A Tragic Honesty, like the Ian Hamilton biography of Lowell that I read recently, is a sad and occasionally terrifying account of how creativity can be simultaneously fragile and self-destructive; it also made me grateful that I am writing now, when the antidepressants are better, and we all drink less. Stories about contemporary writers being taken away in straitjackets are thin on the ground - or no one tells them to me, anyway - but it seemed to happen to Lowell and Yates all the time; there are ten separate page references under 'breakdowns' in the index of A Tragic Honesty. — Nick Hornby
Sad Self Sayings By Lawrence Durrell: In her, as an Alexandrian, licence was in a curious way a form of self-abnegation, In her, as an Alexandrian, licence was in a curious way a form of self-abnegation, a travesty of freedom; and if I saw her as an exemplar of the city it was not of Alexandria, or Plotinus that I was forced to think, but of the sad thirtieth child of Valentinus who fell, 'not like Lucifer by rebelling against God, but by desiring too ardently to be united to him'.* — Lawrence Durrell
Sad Self Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: My lowest self says: "That person is acting like a total jerk!"My slightly higher self My lowest self says: "That person is acting like a total jerk!"
My slightly higher self says: "That person is acting like a total jerk right now only because he's going through a really hard time in life, and his parents never taught him how to behave better, and he might have some sort of mild mental illness, and also he has a drinking problem ... so I should try to be more compassionate and generous toward sad, tragic, miserable people like that."
My even higher self says: "We are all just flawed and frightened human beings in an uncertain world, struggling to survive."
Then finally my VERY highest self says: "Lord, please help me stop acting like a total jerk."
... and that's when it finally stops being about the other person at all. — Elizabeth Gilbert
Sad Self Sayings By Marianne Williamson: Sometimes when we're feeling sad, it's important just to feel the sadness. Like a snake Sometimes when we're feeling sad, it's important just to feel the sadness. Like a snake shedding its skin, old feelings of remorse and regret and hurt and anger often have to come up in order to be released. On the other side we're a better person, capable of a happier life ... who we are when we're no longer burdened by the buried feelings that weighed us down, or the self - defeating patterns that the pain produced. — Marianne Williamson
Sad Self Sayings By Lily Velden: My friends tell me I am strong, decisive, and wise. What a joke. Where is My friends tell me I am strong, decisive, and wise. What a joke. Where is my strength tonight? Where is my wisdom? Ironically, they tell me I am 'so open'. Me, who has so many secrets that I have never shared. The irony would be funny if it wasn't so sad. Their blindness to my true self makes me feel invisible. Not in the way that a spirit or ghost is invisible, for I am most definitely flesh, blood, sinew, and bone. I even have a mind that works nimble and fast, and a mouth that speaks reasonably eloquently, when I feel I have something worthwhile to say. No, I'm invisible because the people who populate my life either do not, or cannot, see the real me. Of course, that is but another irony. I know much of my invisibility is of my own doing, and that is the last joke on myself: that which I seek is also that which I fear. — Lily Velden