Fragility Of Life Quotes by Wayne Dyer, Peter Rollins, Nikki Sanderson, Norman Cousins, John Heilpern, Jose Saramago and many others.
Go for it now. The future is promised to no one.
Truly embracing the fragility and tensions of life…brings with it the possibility of true joy.
The scariest time of my life was when I knew my Nana was dying. It was horrible, as there’s nothing I could do to stop it. I grew up living with my Mum, brother and Nana (my mum’s mum), so it felt like I lost a parent rather than a grandparent. It makes you realise the fragility of life.
Respect for the fragility and importance of an individual life is still the mark of an educated man.
But my relief that David Auburn’s Proof is less about its ballyhooed higher mathematics than the fragility of life and love was matched by my delight in his fine and tender play. (…) Proof surprises us with its aliveness and intelligent modesty, and we have not met these characters before.
The only miracle we can perform is to go on living, said the woman, to preserve the fragility of life from day to day, as if it were blind and did not know where to go, and perhaps it is like that, perhaps it really does not know, it placed itself in our hands, after giving us intelligence.
Americans have discovered the fragility of life, that ominous fragility that the rest of the world either already experienced or is experiencing now with terrible intensity.