Life Goes On Quotes by Mary Ann Shaffer, Chris Burke, Cornelia Meigs, Francois Hougaard, Lupita Nyong’o, Maya Angelou and many others.
Life goes on.” What nonsense, I thought, of course it doesn’t. It’s death that goes on.
Back in those days, a parent looked at the disability and didn’t see the ability. ‘Life Goes On’ showed that people with a disability can be included. Just give them a chance and let them learn. That’s what the show was trying to teach.
Life goes on after sorrow, in spite of sorrow, as a defense against sorrow.
It’s never nice to lose someone close to you; unfortunately, life goes on, and we have to make peace with it and move on.
You fail, and then what? Life goes on. It’s only when you risk failure that you discover things.
No matter what happens, or how bad it seems today, life does go on, and it will be better tomorrow.
Life goes on pretty much the same way. I’ve been working on a couple of films on the side. You may see some more. You may even see another television show.
Indeed, our British friends have decided to leave us – which is very sad for all of us – but life goes on, and the European Union as well goes on.
Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.
In the middle of life, death comes to take your measurements. The visit is forgotten and life goes on. But the suit is being sewn on the sly.
It’s great to have two cars and a swimming pool. But there are disappointments. After you’ve made some money and acquired some things, and after the initial excitement has passed, life goes on, just as bewildering as it always was, and the great problems of life and death once again come to the fore.
Always stay true to yourself. Some people will like it, some people won’t. Life goes on.
Away from football, life is not just football. People do not see it how life goes on for us off the field.
They discovered that even in the face of pain that seems unbearable, even in the face of pain that wrings the last drop of blood out of your heart and leaves its scrimshaw tracery on the inside of your skull, life goes on. And pain grows dull, and begins to fade
Because after my first year I had a lot of success, took everybody by storm, came back the next year thought it was easy and didn’t have near the season I had the previous year. It was kind of a wake-up call. And so, life goes on.
That’s how life goes on – protected by the silence that anesthetizes shame.
People change and things go wrong but just remember life goes on.