Friday, July 3, 2015

Quotations on Life, Love, Wealth and Education


“To those who have the means to smile even without money, the world can be a paradise. But to those who can't smile even with all the luxuries of money, the world is colder than ice.”
“Rejection teaches us that it is better to be resilient and hope to find a door that will open for us; rather than standing in place and waiting for a door that will never open.”

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“The world is already full of brilliant people. Sadly it is also full of smart people, who use their intellect to conjure methods by which they can cheat and be above others; treating life as a competition, more than anything else, and straying from their maker. What the world really needs are kindhearted people, who know better than to worship money, vices and all that the devil uses in this world; kindhearted people who know the value of love and charity.”
“Love on command is impossible even if you forced someone to love other people - they can't. Love can only be suggested, you can teach people about how to love other people but in the end, learning how to love is still dependent on the willingness of their heart. In my opinion love is a mix of joy and sacrifice. It is not something I can give because society demands that I do so. Love is the one thing we can never wholly understand but in our heart we know how to do and value. You can trample my pride or drive me through mud I will forgive you. But the moment you betray my love I can only learn to forget you.”
“You never really know who is worthy of your love until you've given it. Any plan you make beforehand has as good a chance at working as it has of blowing up in your face. Sometimes you succeed sometimes you don't. Not giving up is just as valuable as knowing when to quit. To waste your life fighting for a love you cannot have is a waste of your breath, to give up on a love that could have been worth it is nothing but regret. The only true regret is never knowing what could have been if you decide it is impossible even before you try.”
“Sometimes love is like a bar of black chocolate. Bittersweet, makes you crave more with every taste but you know when to stop. Expensive but worth it, you will keep wanting it. Sharing it with someone else doesn't mean they will share it with you when they have and you don't. If you give it all away and leave none for yourself you will suffer until you save up for more. Having too much has consequences, bad for your health. Getting too little doesn't mean you will die. It's a good remedy when you're feeling blue. So always be thankful for the people, who - without strings or words - simply give it to you.”
“My dear I beg you, please be silent, just give it a rest. Don't tell me that love and forgiveness is what's best. You speak as if it was easy to love those who I detest. Because it wasn't you, who was stabbed in the chest.”
“Sometimes hatred is more justifiable and reasonable than love. You love even when you get hurt and refuse to let go even when you should. You love even when it is unrequited because love has driven you mad. Hatred on the other hand is simpler, you hate because someone hurt you deeply. And that pain has left a mark.”
“What is the point of speaking in riddles and making things sound complicated when you can easily simplify it and make yourself understood? Sometimes in trying to make yourself look deep and wise you end up being misunderstood. Speak plainly and you will be understood correctly.”
“Unrequited love breaks the heart. To be rejected dampens the spirit. To be wronged by someone else can shatter the body and mind. To be denied forgiveness wounds the soul.”
“A madman has little to no control over his actions; he is a prisoner of his own mind. A psychopath is free from his mind, humanly logic and reason. He does what pleases him simply because it, to him, is right. Lots of madmen and psychopaths in this world, most of them don't even know it.”
“Sometimes, with the worst situations come the best opportunities. Only those who tirelessly sift through the straw find the golden needle in a haystack.”
“For love to be effective it has to go in both directions, to and from. No matter how much love you pour into someone, if it is unrequited, it will only end in heartbreak. And there are no words that can justify the pain and tears of a broken heart, not even "sorry.”

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