sorrow

A Quote by Mevlana Jelalu'ddin Rumi on love, joy, and sorrow

The garden of
Love
is green without
limit
and yields many
fruits
other than sorrow
and joy.
Love is beyond either
condition:
without spring,
without autumn,
it is always fresh.

Mevlana Rumi (1207 - 1273)

Contributed by: Jessica

A Quote by Bishop Jeremy Taylor, on marriage, love, charity, single, joy, safety, danger, sorrow, and burdents strength

 "Marriage hath in it less of beauty but more of safety, than the single life; it hath more care, but less danger, it is more merry, and more sad; it is fuller of sorrows, and fuller of joys; it lies under more burdens, but it is supported by all the strengths of love and charity, and those burdens are delightful."

Bishop Jeremy Taylor

Source: Forces of Nature, the movie

Contributed by: Deborah

A Quote by Vivi Ornitier on ff9, ffix, vivi, black mage, and sorrow

How do you prove that you exist?  Maybe we don't Exist...

Vivi Ornitier

Source: Final Fantasy IX

Contributed by: Josef

A Quote by unknown on inspiration, suffering, sorrow, and sad

We can only hold as much joy as the pain and suffering that we've had carved out of us.

unknown

Source: Raleigh Miller

Contributed by: Angelo

A Quote by Walter Russell on sorrow, sympathy, love, balance, illness, sickness, mind, god, ecstasy, immortality, immortal, consciousness, conscious, grief, cosmic, man, and death

Even sorrow or sympathy for the afflicted, or grief for the passing of loved ones, unbalances the body cells and makes one vulnerable to infections or destructive toxins, for such emotions have no relation to love or the inner joyousness of love-inspired man, nor are they within the God-Mind which alone knows unchanging ecstasy.
... Grief is selfish. It is indulged in for self-gratification, not for love. Cosmic man knows the beauty and unreality of death. Sympathy for the afflicted makes a reality of the affliction by its recognition as an infliction, while sorrow for the loss of anything, or for the »unfortunate« condition of anybody, is forgetful of the beauty and abundance of all-giving God and Nature.
The Mind of God knows but one unchanging emotion – ECSTASY – the ecstasy of Love – the ecstasy which has its beginnings in an inner joyousness of one who is far on the road to the discovery of his immortal Self.

Walter Russell

Source: Message of the Divine Iliad Vol. 2 (Divine Iliad)

Contributed by: esaruoho

A Quote by Corrie ten Boom on strength, sorrow, worry, and life

Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow; it empties today of its strength

Corrie Boom

Source: Values for life

Contributed by: kalitx

A Quote by Raphie on abuse, violence, music, b-side, piper, fear, kite, and sorrow

I know.  You got beat up.  So did I.  And then we beat up each other.  Just call it a B-side melody with an A-side whiplash like NOBODY business.  The way I see it, the best way to deal with it is to just write a better tune and flip the A-side to the B-side and the B-side to the Z.  Put it away folks and let it sleep because there’s a piper man a playin’ to a wholly brand new beat.  Flip the Z side to the B side and the A side to the C.  That my friends is how you navigate the darkness; to turn the fright into a kite and the sorrow into sight.

Raphie Frank

Contributed by: Raphie

A Quote by Helen Adams Keller on sorrow, great, borne, family, heavy-hearted, grief, entrance, inevitably, feel, arms, and understanding

When it seems that our sorrow is too great to be borne, let us think of the great family of the heavy-hearted into which our grief has given us entrance, and inevitably, we will feel about us, their arms and their understanding.

Helen Keller (1880 - 1968)

Contributed by: RainbowBright

A Quote by Kahlil Gibran on sorrow and happiness

When you are sorrowful look again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight.

Kahlil Gibran (1883 - 1931)

Source: The Prophet: 26 poetic essays, Pages: 29 (On Joy and Sorrow)

Contributed by: Trishie

A Quote by Anguttara Nikaya on sorrow, darkness, insight, light, and ending sorrow

In the gloom and darkness of the night, when there is a sudden flash of light, a person will recognize objects; in the same way, the one with a flash of insight sees according to reality--"This is how sorrow works; this is how it arises; this is how it can come to an end; this is the path leading to that end."

-Anguttara Nikaya
 

Anguttara Nikaya

Source: The Pocket Buddha Reader

Contributed by: mu

Syndicate content