One Thing After Another Quotes by George Santayana, Oscar Wilde, H. A. L. Fisher, Horace, Nhat Hanh, Edna St. Vincent Millay and many others.
The world is so ordered that we must, in a material sense, lose everything we have and love, one thing after another, until we ourselves close our eyes.
Life is one fool thing after another whereas love is two fool things after each other.
History is one damn thing after another.
The years as they pass plunder us of one thing after another.
If you have not suffered hunger, you do not appreciate having something to eat. If you have not gone through a war, you don’t know the value of peace. That is why we should not try to run away from one thing after another thing. Holding our suffering, looking deeply into it, we find a way to happiness.
It’s not true that life is one damn thing after another; it is one damn thing over and over.
Well, gentlemen, life’s just one damn thing after another.
Life is just one damned thing after another.
Life is a process–just one thing after another. When you lose it, just start again.
So much for endings. Beginnings are always more fun. True connoisseurs, however, are known to favor the stretch in between, since it’s the hardest to do anything with. That’s about all that can be said for plots, which anyway are just one thing after another, a what and a what and a what.
Life isn’t one thing after another, it’s the same thing over and over.
It’s just one thing after another. Cars that won’t run. Planes that will never fly again. Computer systems we can barely use, let alone re-create. It’s like…time is flowing backward. We’re caveman archeologists in the ruins of the future.
History’s just one darn thing after another.
Naming one thing after another cannot, logically, increase the chances of the new thing turning out like the old thing.