I saw a giraffe with a short neck That was sad Or a deer— Bo Burnham
Useful Short Sad quotations
Don't promise when you're happy. Don't reply when you're angry and don't decide when you're sad.
Things must be felt with the heart.
If love is blind, why is lingerie so popular?
Life is like a piano, the white keys represent happiness and the black shows sadness, but as you go through life's journey, remember that the black keys also makes music.
I often feel like I have this spirit living inside of me, always dressing in like short mini skirts... but then I start to discover myself. So there are eight spirits, mischievous ones, sad ones, handsome ones, wise ones, and crazy ones.
For you see, each day I love you more. Today more than yesterday and less than tomorrow.
True friends never apart maybe in distance but never in heart
Long term consistency trumps short term intensity.
In the Book of Life, The answers aren't in the back.
Time takes it all, whether you want it to or not.
Time takes it all, time bears it away, and in the end there is only darkness. Sometimes we find others in that darkness, and sometimes we lose them there again.
Every dog has it's day, unless he loses his tail, then he has a weakend.
Life is too short to silence your personality.
She said she usually cried at least once each day not because she was sad, but because the world was so beautiful and life was so short.
Loving is not just looking at each other, it's looking in the same direction.
-Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, “You are blessed doublee if you are in love” - honeya “Gravitation is not responsible for people falling in love.
It feels good to think about you when I'm warm in bed.
I feel as if you're curled up there beside me, fast asleep. And I think how great it would be if it were true.
Life is ironic. It takes sadness to know what happiness is, noise to appreciate silence and absence to value presence.
I was born when you kissed me.
With an ear open to your musical dialectic, one can be young and become old, can work and rest, be content and sad: in short, one can live.
But I must admit I miss you terribly. The world is too quiet without you nearby.
Life is short. Spend it with people who make you laugh and feel loved.
Thoughts are no more than electrical surges in the brain.
Sexual arousal is no more than a flow of chemicals to certain nerve endings. Sadness is no more than a bit of acid transfixed in the cerebellum. In short, the body is a machine, subject to the same laws of electricity and mechanics as an electron or clock.
Benvolio: What sadness lengthens Romeo's hours? Romeo: Not having that, which, having, makes them short.
Informed by our sad experience of history, we require nothing short of a foundation for lasting democracy.
Life is short. To just "Do things" is insane. Live with a purpose. Live for a reason.
I think every film I make that puts characters in jeopardy is me purging my own fears, sadly only to re-engage with them shortly after the release of the picture. I'll never make enough films to purge them all.
I love when I reach Marcus on the phone and as he says hello, I can hear the music he's listening to in the background. That music is the sound of him without me. How he surrounds himself when I'm not there, which is almost all the time.
I truly believe that capitalism was created to help people live better lives, but sadly over the years it has lost its way a bit. The short-term focus on profit has driven most businesses to forget about the important long-term role they have in taking care of people and the planet.
Life is very short. If people aren't decent, kind, accountable, responsible, or responsive, man up and get rid of them.
For me the noise of Time is not sad: I love bells, clocks, watches — and I recall that at first photographic implements were related to techniques of cabinetmaking and the machinery of precision: cameras, in short, were clocks for seeing, and perhaps in me someone very old still hears in the photographic mechanism the living sound of the wood.
Though the practice of chivalry fell even more sadly short of its theoretic standard than practice generally falls below theory, it remains one of the most precious monuments of the moral history of our race, as a remarkable instance of a concerted and organized attempt by a most disorganized and distracted society, to raise up and carry into practice a moral ideal greatly in advance of its social condition and institutions; so much so as to have been completely frustrated in the main object, yet never entirely inefficacious, and which has left a most sensible, and for the most part a highly valuable impress on the ideas and feelings of all subsequent times.
That same night, I wrote my first short story.
It took me thirty minutes. It was a dark little tale about a man who found a magic cup and learned that if he wept into the cup, his tears turned into pearls. But even though he had always been poor, he was a happy man and rarely shed a tear. So he found ways to make himself sad so that his tears could make him rich. As the pearls piled up, so did his greed grow. The story ended with the man sitting on a mountain of pearls, knife in hand, weeping helplessly into the cup with his beloved wife's slain body in his arms.
Anger is only one letter short of danger.
I was sad that Corpse Bride was so short.
I would've liked to have had her around for way longer. She doesn't actually have that many scenes.
For example, if it's a sad scene, I need to feel that way, at least to a slight degree and for a short while, to get it right. Which is why I sometimes listen to music when I'm revising. Music creates moods for me quicker than any other medium.
From personal experience, I completely agree that it is often easier to go for monotone sadness. When I was starting out, I wrote a gazillion short stories that ran the gamut of human suffering - drug addiction, child abuse, terminal illness, loved ones dying by all manner of misfortune, etc. In hindsight, it's clear that I mistook the power of the situation for the power of the story.
If you keep telling the same sad small story, you will keep living the same sad small life.
One of the leading theories of why electroconvulsive therapy is effective for most severe depressions is that it causes a loss of short-term memory - patients feel better because they can't remember why they were sad.
Buried is the strangest film I've ever done.
I'll be the only person in the movie. So, I'm still trying to figure that out. I have a short but impactful amount of time to figure that out and that's all I'm doing when I get home. I won't bury myself, of course... that would be a sad end! And then the plan is to do Deadpool after that.
But woman's grief is like a summer storm, Short as it violent is.
Life is too short to be anything but happy.
Wouldn't it be wonderful to have a wise and intuitive counselor available 24/7? You're in luck-you already have one. Your body! Our bodies carry ancient wisdom. We literally live within a temple of intuitive and instinctive wisdom. Sometimes we pay attention and access body wisdom; but unfortunately, the aphorism "Mrs. Smith lived a short distance from her body" is sadly true for many of us.
Prayer is vastly superior to worry. With worry, we are helpless; with prayer, we are interceding. When I hear sad news, I try to say a prayer for the victims. When I am troubled, I will say a prayer that asks for relief for myself and for all those who suffer as I do. When I am concerned about my relatives or friends I say a short prayer to myself - "May they be happy and free of suffering."
Will now allow Reno to claim she is doing a vigorous investigation of campaign financing, when in reality Judicial Watch's public depositions show she is not. Not even John Huang's secretary has been questioned by Justice investigators nor has any other Commerce official. Commerce is at the center of the Clinton Administration's illegal fund-raising. In short, the plea agreements are sadly predictable.
Music is the only thing in the world that can block out madness, and can be consumed in the sadness, for it helps the soul survive even if only for a short time.
If life be long, I will be glad, Tthat I may long obey;
If short, yet why should I be sad, To soar to endless day?