A Quote by Thornton Niven Wilder on death, earth, life, love, people, and suffering
The dead don't stay interested in us living people for very long. Gradually, gradually, they let go hold of the earth . . . and the ambitions they had . . . and the things they suffered . . . and the people they loved. They get weaned away from the earth - that's the way I put it - weaned away.
Source: Our Town, 1938, act III
Contributed by: Zaady