Nothing is easy, and life can be extremely tough, but there's always a yin to the yang, so to speak. It's up to you to seek it out, embrace it, and live happily ever after. No matter how bad the hand you've been dealt may seem, there's always a way to play it.— Alex Gaskarth
Lust Living Happily Ever After quotations
The touchstone for family life is still the legendary 'and so they were married and lived happily ever after.' It is no wonder that any family falls short of this ideal.
It would be a fine thing, in which I hardly dare believe, to pass our lives near each other, hypnotized by our dreams.
Some people never find it, some only pretend, but I just want to live happily ever after every now and then.
I think we ought to live happily ever after.
My lack of access to the real world has been replaced completely by books, and it can’t be healthy to live in a land of happily ever afters.
All those "and they lived happily ever after" fairy tale endings need to be changed to "and they began the very hard work of making their marriages happy."
And they lived happily (aside from a few normal disagreements, misunderstandings, pouts, silent treatments, and unexpected calamities) ever after.
And if real life was like the movies, I should have lived happily ever after.
Cinderella and the prince lived, they say, happily ever after, like two dolls in a museum case never bothered by diapers or dust, never arguing over the timing of an egg, never telling the same story twice.
I am confident that, in the end, common sense and justice will prevail.
I'm an optimist, brought up on the belief that if you wait to the end of the story, you get to see the good people live happily ever after.
But real life doesn't travel in a perfect straight line;
it doesn't necessarily have that 'all lived happily ever after' bit. You have to work on where you're going.
And so, with laughter and love, we lived happily ever after.
Had I been brighter, the ladies been gentler, the Scotch been weaker, had the gods been kinder, had the dice been hotter, this could have been a one-sentence story: Once upon a time I lived happily ever after.
No one ever does live happily ever after, but we leave the children to find that out for themselves.
To me 'they lived happily ever after' means to be happy with yourself! My parents always taught me that being happy has to work without Prince Charming. My life is completed without a prince but it's nice of course to have someone who loves you and fights for you.
There's nothing quite as good as folding up into a book and shutting the world outside.If I pick the right one I can be beautiful, or fall in love, or live happily ever after. Maybe even all three.
In fairy tales there's always one person who is made for one other, and they find each other and live happily ever after. Cal was my person. I couldn't imagine anyone more perfect. Yet what kind of sick fairy tale would it be if he was the one made exactly right for me and I wasn't right for him?
Books ought to have good endings.How would this do: and they all settled down and lived together happily ever after?
And will I tell you that these three lived happily ever after? I will not, for no one ever does. But there was happiness. And they did live.
Life is short. From here to that old car you know so well there is a stretch of twenty, twenty-five paces. It is a very short walk. Make those twenty-five steps. Now. Right now. Come just as you are. And we shall live happily ever after.
I didn’t want to hear that people lived happily ever after.
I wanted to know that other people suffered, too.
"And they lived happily ever after" is one of the most tragic sentences in literature. It's tragic because it's falsehood. It is a myth that has led generations to expect something from marriage that is not possible.
I was going to move back to Dallas, and my goal was to work at Channel 8 and be a sportscaster and cover my Cowboys and live happily ever after.
The narrative for girls is that you just hang around and wait to be "chosen" and then you belong to somebody and you live happily ever after. There isn't room for more nuanced concerns about the creepy proprietary nature of that relationship model, or the breadth of what fulfillment really means for women.
It was a place that is trying to destroy the individual by every means possible;
trying to break his spirit, so that he accepts that he is No. 6 and will live there happily as No. 6 for ever after. And this is the one rebel that they can't break.
Always, when you know what you don't want, that's when the rocket of desire is born of what you do want. That is the fruit of your experience. Now pluck it and savor it and enjoy it. Visualize it, and find the feeling place of it. And live happily ever after, once you get the hang of this.
If you would stop analyzing everything and just look for things to appreciate, you would live happily ever after.
You aren't a hero and I'm not beautiful and we probably won't live happily ever after " she said. "But we're alive and together and we're going to be all right.
We may have forgotten how to feel. Nobody is teaching us how to live happily ever after, as we've heard in fairy tales.
Even when your dream that you set out comes true, it's not always perfect, and there isn't always the kiss at the end, and we all get to live happily ever after. That's not the reality of life.
Feel lucky for what you have when you have it.
Isn't that the point? Happily ever after doesn't mean happy forever.
If you had one goal, and that was to feel good, you would never again need to hear another word from anyone. You would live successfully and happily and in a way of fulfilling your life's purpose ever after.
I find it next to impossible to remain politely silent when people prate to me about the glory of being given another chance to live happily ever after!
There is no need for revenge. Living happily ever after is a sign that you have not let the past beat you.