In love and relationships there’s not only courtship and trying to keep it work but also break up and moving on. These could be difficult to admit but this actually occurs caused by several situations and this concern is the reason why every couple are either stronger to hang on or smarter to understand the art of letting go. It’s surrendering a part of yourself but no matter what happens, it’s how you manage the situation and make things significantly better even if there are sacrifices. While there are lots of activities that can help to move on, moving on quotes from experienced and prominent people are also good to see to give a touch of inspiration.
Here are some moving on quotes from the authors who’ve moved on and discovered new love. Hopefully this could help you endure life’s difficulties and could make a mark on your heart and mind to go smarter and stronger down the road.
Loss alone is but the wounding of a heart; it is memory that makes it our ruin. -Brian Ruckley; I don’t need to be any place else, because the music takes me to the only place I want to be right now. To the place where I am and have always been wholly me, the only church I’ve ever belonged to, the only place I’ve ever prayed. -Daisy Whitney; Love is forgiving, accepting, moving on, embracing, and all encompassing. And if you’re not doing that for yourself, you cannot do that with anyone else. -Steve Maraboli
For how imperiously, how coolly, in disregard of all one’s feelings, does the hard, cold, uninteresting course of daily realities move on! Still we must eat, and drink, and sleep, and wake again, – still bargain, buy, sell, ask and answer questions, – pursue, in short, a thousand shadows, though all interest in them be over; the cold, mechanical habit of living remaining, after all vital interest in it has fled. -Harriet Beecher Stowe; Don’t go through life; grow through life. -Eric Butterworth; What’s past is prologue, and the world awaits. -Lisa Mantchev; Change has to come for life to struggle forward. -Helen Hollick
How many boys like him were out there in the ether, holding on to their big brothers and sisters who were still alive? How many husbands were floating between life and death, clinging to their wives in this world? And how may millions and millions of people were there in the world like Charlie who wouldn’t let go of their loved ones when they’re gone? -Ben Sherwood; She bought seeds and raided nurseries and mulched and composted and spent full days with her hands full of earth, coaxing life our of the dry, dull grass my father had spent years pushing a mower over. -Sarah Dessen