December Quotes refers to a collection of insightful and meaningful words that encapsulate the essence of the last month of the year. These quotes often reflect the unique atmosphere and significance of December, encompassing themes of reflection, gratitude, and anticipation.
From celebrating the holiday season to bidding farewell to the year that has passed, December Quotes serve as a source of inspiration, encouragement, and reminders to cherish moments of love, hope, and joy. Whether reminding us to embrace the magic of the season or encouraging us to set new goals for the upcoming year, these quotes capture the spirit of December and invite us to reflect on the journey we have taken throughout the year.
Below are various december quotes with their meanings/explanations;
“Guilt is perhaps the most painful companion to death.”- Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
When someone we love dies, it's common to feel relief, grief and sometimes guilt. Guilt is perhaps the most painful companion to death because it can linger long after the person has been gone. It's a feeling that we're responsible for the person's death even though they may have died naturally. It can be difficult to shake because it can stem from things we've done or not done. But in the end, guilt is just a feeling and shouldn't dictate our actions.
“When he died, all things soft and beautiful and bright would be buried with him.” - Madeline Miller, The Song of Achilles
When someone we love dies, it's common to feel relief, grief and sometimes guilt. Guilt is perhaps the most painful companion to death because it can linger long after the person has been gone. It's a feeling that we're responsible for the person's death even though they may have died naturally. It can be difficult to shake because it can stem from things we've done or not done. But in the end, guilt is just a feeling and shouldn't dictate our actions.
“What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.” - Albert Pike
The phrase, "What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal," is often quoted. It is a reminder that our individual actions do not always have consequences for ourselves, but can have a lasting impact on others. The quote is often used to encourage people to think about the consequences of their actions.
“If I can see pain in your eyes, then share with me your tears. If I can see joy in your eyes, then share with me your smile.” – Santosh Kalwar
There is something special about sharing pain and happiness with someone else. It's a way to connect and share our feelings with someone else who might understand us better than anyone else. For some, it can be therapeutic. For others, it can be comforting. Sharing our pain and joy with another person can help us feel understood and connected.
“Honest listening is one of the best medicines we can offer the dying and the bereaved.” – Jean Cameron (dying of cancer)
Dying and bereaved people often feel like they're on a tightrope. They're balancing the need to process their grief with the need to be productive and provide care for themselves and those they love. But one of the best medicines we can offer them is honest listening. When someone is able to open up and share their feelings, it can help them feel less isolated and more connected to others.
“And we wept that one so lovely should have a life so brief.” – William Cullen Bryant
The poem is about the speaker's sadness over the death of a young woman. The speaker mourns the fact that this beautiful woman had to die so quickly and in such a way.
“What we have once enjoyed deeply we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us.” – Helen Keller
We all remember the first time we fell in love. It was a magical experience that we could never forget. We were filled with hope and excitement, and our hearts were full of love. That feeling will never change, no matter how hard life gets. We always find a way to bring that love back into our lives, and it becomes even more powerful than before. Love is something that is always worth fighting for.
“If the people we love are stolen from us, the way to have them live on is to never stop loving them.” -James O’Barr
When someone we love is stolen from us, it can feel like our world has come to an end. But life goes on, and the way to have them live on in our memories and hearts is never to stop loving them. Loving them even when they're not around allows us to connect with them in a way that nothing else can. When we focus on the good things about them and remember their laughter, it helps us heal faster.
“The death of a beloved is an amputation.” - C. S. Lewis
The death of a beloved is an amputation that can leave deep wounds. It's a wound that never heals and always stings. The loss of a loved one is something that can never be replaced. It's something that can never be forgotten and always lingers in the heart.
“When your fear touches someone’s pain, it becomes pity. When your love touches someone’s pain, it becomes compassion.” – Stephen Levine
When we see pain, it is natural to feel fear. The fear of the unknown can be paralyzing, while the fear of being hurt or attacked can feel overwhelming. However, when our love touches someone else's pain, it becomes compassion. Compassion for oneself is a fundamental part of loving ourselves; when we care for others, we are caring for ourselves. When we feel compassion for others, we are not just witnessing their pain; we are also feeling it in our own hearts.
“Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable. When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary.”
When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary. This is why anything that is human is mentionable- because everything is relatable. Whether it's feeling embarrassed when you forget someone's name or feeling frustrated when your work schedule doesn't fit with your family life, we can all relate to these feelings. Talking about our feelings allows us to manage them better and avoid negative outcomes.
The people we trust with that important talk can help us know that we are not alone.”- Fred Rogers
They can provide a listening ear and offer helpful words of encouragement. In fact, their presence can help ease the process of talking about difficult topics. Talking to someone who knows how you feel can be reassuring and provide the closure you need to move on.
“The reality is that we don’t forget, move on, and have closure. But rather we honor, we remember and incorporate our deceased children and siblings into our lives in a new way. In fact, keeping memories of your loved one alive in your mind and heart is an important part of your healing journey.” – Harriet Schiff, author of The Bereaved Parent
When a loved one dies, it is natural to want to remember them and move on. But in reality, we don't forget, we honor, and remember our deceased children and siblings in a new way. We incorporate them into our lives in a way that works for us and allows us to keep them close.
“There is an hour, a minute – you will remember it forever – when you know instinctively on the basis of the most inconsequential evidence, that something is wrong. You don’t know – can’t know – that it is the first of a series of “wrongful” events that will culminate in the utter devastation of your life as you have known it.”- Joyce Carol Oates, A Widow’s Story
Time has a way of sneaking up on you. It moves forward, but sometimes it creeps, and you realize that something important has passed you by.
“She was no longer wrestling with the grief, but could sit down with it as a lasting companion and make it a sharer in her thoughts.” – George Eliot
No one knows when the grief will come, but it always does. For many, it sneaks up on them in the middle of the night or when they are at their busiest. For others, it lingers like a persistent friend. Grief is like a companion that we can sit down with and sharer in our thoughts. It's always there with us, waiting to be acknowledged and dealt with. But grieving is not a linear process.
“Three things in human life are important: The first is to be kind. The second is to be kind. And the third is to be kind.” – Henry James
There are many reasons why being kind is important. It can make people feel good, it can help them connect with others, and it can even lead to a sense of happiness. Additionally, being kind often leads to positive outcomes in life, such as improved relationships and increased success. When it comes to being kind, there are really no excuses. Everyone can benefit from taking some time to be thoughtful and compassionate towards others.
“We can endure much more than we think we can; all human experience testifies to that. All we need to do is learn not to be afraid of pain. Grit your teeth and let it hurt. Don’t deny it, don’t be overwhelmed by it. It will not last forever. One day, the pain will be gone and you will still be there.” – Harold Kushner, When All You’ve Ever Wanted Isn’t Enough
Pain is a natural part of life. It helps us learn, grow, and adapt. Unfortunately, some people are afraid of pain. They may try to avoid it or minimize it. But pain is a sign that something is working. It's the signal that we're getting closer to our goal. We can endure much more than we think we can. All human experience testifies to that. All we need to do is learn not to be afraid of pain.
“Only people who are capable of loving strongly can also suffer great sorrow, but this same necessity of loving serves to counteract their grief and heals them.” – Leo Tolstoy
People who are capable of strong love often suffer great sorrow. This is because strong love requires a great deal from the person who loves, and this often leads to pain. However, this same necessity of loving serves to counteract their grief and heal them. The ability to love deeply allows people to experience both happiness and sadness in equal measure, and ultimately makes them stronger.
“Deep grief sometimes is almost like a specific location, a coordinate on a map of time. When you are standing in that forest of sorrow, you cannot imagine that you could ever find your way to a better place. But if someone can assure you that they themselves have stood in that same place, and now have moved on, sometimes this will bring hope.” – Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love
Deep grief can feel like a specific location, a coordinate on a map of time. When you are standing in that forest of sorrow, you cannot imagine that you could ever find your way to a better place. The pain is constant and overwhelming. It feels as if the dark trees are reaching out and squeezing your lungs, as if the leaves are whispering secrets in your ear. But eventually, through sheer force of will, you find yourself making your way through the underbrush.
“You will lose someone you can’t live without, and your heart will be badly broken, and the bad news is that you never completely get over the loss of your beloved. But this is also the good news. They live forever in your broken heart that doesn’t seal back up. And you come through. It’s like having a broken leg that never heals perfectly - that still hurts when the weather gets cold, but you learn to dance with the limp.” – Anne Lamott
No one truly understands the pain of losing someone until they have experienced it themselves. The pain is a deep and abiding sadness that never quite goes away. Although you may never get over the loss of your loved one, you can learn to live with it.
“But she wasn’t around, and that’s the thing when your parents die, you feel like instead of going into every fight with backup, you are going into every fight alone.” - Mitch Albom, For One More Day
When someone's parents die, it's often a time when the child feels like they are alone. This can be especially true if the parents were very supportive and acted as backup for their children throughout their lives. When a parent dies, it can be difficult to feel supported. This is because the child no longer has someone who is there for them in every fight.
“Sadly enough, the most painful goodbyes are the ones that are left unsaid and never explained.”- Jonathan Harnisch, Freak
It's hard to say goodbye. We want to tell the person that we love them, let them know that we'll always remember them, and tell them everything that is going through our minds. But sometimes, goodbyes are left unsaid and never explained. We may not have the courage to face our loved one again or we may be too embarrassed to admit how we're feeling. In any case, these are some of the most painful goodbyes imaginable.
“A feeling of pleasure or solace can be so hard to find when you are in the depths of your grief. Sometimes it’s the little things that help get you through the day. You may think your comforts sound ridiculous to others, but there is nothing ridiculous about finding one little thing to help you feel good in the midst of pain and sorrow!” – Elizabeth Berrien, Creative Grieving: A Hip Chick’s Path from Loss to Hope
When you are grieving, it can be incredibly difficult to find any sort of pleasure in life. But sometimes the little things can give you a feeling of solace. For some people, listening to music or reading a good book can bring them happiness. Others may enjoy spending time with family and friends. Whatever brings you happiness is important, and should be enjoyed during these difficult times.
“For as long as the world spins and the earth is green with new wood, she will lie in this box and not in my arms. “- Lurlene McDaniel
Trees are a symbol of life, of growth and of change. They provide shade on a hot day, and the fruit they produce provides nourishment for animals and humans alike. For as long as the world spins and the earth is green with new wood, she will lie in this box and not in my arms.
“When a friend of Abigail and John Adams was killed at Bunker Hill, Abigail’s response was to write a letter to her husband and include these words, ‘My bursting heart must find vent at my pen.’” – David McCullough
Abigail Adams was a friend and supporter of John Adams, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. When John was killed at the Battle of Bunker Hill, Abigail wrote him a letter in which she shared her heartbreak. She said, "My bursting heart must find vent at my pen.
“When you are sorrowful look again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight.“ – Kahlil Gibran
Whenever someone we love leaves us, it feels like a physical blow. We feel the pain in our chests and in our hearts. We might feel like we can't breathe, and the world seems dark and bleak. When we are sorrowful, it's natural to focus on the negative aspects of the relationship- the things that hurt the most. But if we look again in our hearts, we'll see that we're really weeping for the things that once made us happy.
“Unable are the loved to die. For love is immortality.” – Emily Dickinson
Love is said to be the most powerful force in the world. It can make people do crazy things, and it can also inspire people to do great things. For some, love is enough to keep them going even when they're facing insurmountable odds. There are countless stories of people who have overcome incredible obstacles because of their love for one another. However, love isn't always enough to keep people alive. In fact, sometimes it can actually be the reason people die.
“Perhaps they are not the stars, but rather openings in Heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy.” – Unknown
In a time when we are all grieving the loss of loved ones, it is comforting to know that they are still with us in some way. Some believe that the lights in the sky are not stars, but openings in Heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy. This may be true for some people, but for others, these lights may remind them of their loved ones who have passed away.
“What is lovely never dies, but passes into other loveliness.” – Thomas Bailey
When we think of lovely things, what comes to mind? Probably images of nature, people we love, or places we enjoy. Lovely things never die; they simply pass into other forms of loveliness. This is especially evident when we look at art. Old art may seem dated to us now, but chances are that in a few centuries it will be seen as beautiful and elegant by future generations.
“You give yourself permission to grieve by recognizing the need for grieving. Grieving is the natural way of working through the loss of a love. Grieving is not a weakness nor an absence of faith. Grieving is as natural as crying when you are hurt, sleeping when you are tired, or sneezing when your nose itches. It is nature’s way of healing a broken heart.” – Doug Manning
Grieving is the natural way of working through the loss of a love. It is not weakness nor absence of faith. Grieving is an emotional process that helps us to heal our pain and sadness. Grieving is not a one-time event, it happens over time as we work through our sadness.
“For some moments in life there are no words.”- David Seltzer, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971 film adaptation)
There are some moments in life when there are no words. You just have to feel it. When you're in the moment and everything is perfect. It's a feeling that you can't even put into words. That's why pictures are so special. They can capture that feeling perfectly and sometimes it's the only way to truly understand what was going on.
“Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside us while we live.” – Norman Cousins
The greatest loss in life is what dies inside us while we live. The death of a loved one, the end of a relationship, or the loss of our dreams and aspirations can be incredibly painful, but they are not the greatest losses in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside us while we live. This is often a result of neglecting our own needs and living for others. When we let ourselves go, our health declines, our relationships suffer, and our dreams die.
“One day your life will flash before your eyes. Make sure it’s worth watching.” – Unknown
The day you die is a certainty in life. You may not know when or how it will happen, but it will. So make the most of your time here on earth by experiencing as much as you can. Don't waste time regretting what could have been, or worrying about things you can't change. Focus on the positive memories and experiences you've had, and be grateful for all the good times. When your time comes, make sure it's worth watching.
“Some people are so afraid to die that they never begin to live.” – Henry van Dyke
This is a problem because if someone does not live their life to the fullest, they may not be able to enjoy the lives they do have. It is important for people to start living so that when they die, they will be happy and content with what they accomplished.
“It is as natural to die as it is to be born.” – Francis Bacon
Death is a part of life, and it is something that all people must face at some point. For some, death may come suddenly and unexpectedly. For others, it may come gradually over a period of time. No matter how death arrives, though, it is always a natural process.
“All men think that all men are mortal but themselves.” – Edward Young
There is a popular saying that goes "All men think that all men are mortal but themselves." This statement is based on the fact that humans are inherently self-centered. We tend to value our own lives and experiences more than those of others. In essence, we think that we are the only ones who can be hurt or killed. This is often why conflicts and fights break out between people. They believe that their own interests are the only ones that matter.
“To fear death is to misunderstand life.” – Unknown
To fear death is to misunderstand life. Death is but one of the many transitions that we all face in our journey through life. It is an inevitable part of the cycle of life and should not be feared. Rather, it should be embraced as a natural part of our existence. We should remember that death is but a door that leads to another adventure - an adventure that we may never know about if we don't take the opportunity to experience life.
“Why should I fear death? If I am, death is not. If death is, I am not. Why should I fear that which cannot exist when I do?”-Epicurus
There is a pervasive fear of death in the world, but why? It seems that death should not be feared, if it does not exist. The fear of death is based on the idea that if death is real, then we are not. This is a false premise, as death cannot exist unless we do. The fear of death is an illusion created by our minds to ensure our safety. Death is nothing to be afraid of, and accepting it would not change anything about our lives.
“If life must not be taken too seriously, then so neither must death”-Samuel Butler
Life is full of surprises and one should never take life too seriously. Death is a natural part of life and it's always good to enjoy life to the fullest. Some people find death depressing, but for the most part, it's just another part of life that we all have to go through.
“Death can come at any age, but the pride of life fools a person into thinking that day is far away.” – John Buttrick
Most people don't realize how short their time on this earth really is. Many people live life in a hurry, not taking the time to enjoy what they have. They forget that life is a precious gift, and should be lived to the fullest. Some people are lucky enough to have a long life ahead of them, but for others, death comes sooner than expected.
“None of us knows the day of our death. However, if we knew that death is actually our acquisition, we would remove the fear of death from our lives.” – Sunday Adelaja
There seems to be an irrational fear of death that haunts most humans. We can never know when death will claim us, but if we knew that death is actually our acquisition, we would remove the fear of death from our lives. There are some who believe in reincarnation, or that life continues after death. Whatever the case may be, we must all learn to live our lives to the fullest and not be afraid of what comes next.
“It is the secret of the world that all things subsist and do not die, but retire a little from sight and afterward return again.”-Ralph Waldo Emerson
When people think of the world, they often imagine it as a place that is constantly in flux. Change is what we see around us every day, and it seems that nothing can stand in the way of progress.
“Death is but a door, time is but a window. I’ll be back!”-Ghostbusters II
The moment that we cross over to the other side, we can see life in a new light. It is only by facing our mortality that we can appreciate life more. We must remember that death is only a door; time is but a window.
“Death is nature’s way of saying, ‘Your table is ready.’”- Robin Williams
Death is an inevitable part of life, and it's something that most of us will face at some point. It may be a painful process, but it's also a natural way of saying that your table is ready.
“Men fear death, as if unquestionably the greatest evil, and yet no man knows that it may not be the greatest good.” – William Mitford
For centuries, men have feared death. It has been seen as the greatest evil, and yet no man knows that it may not be the greatest good. Some believe that death is the end of life, while others believe that it is the beginning of a new life. Death is something that we can't control, but it is also something that we must face if we want to be happy in life.
“I do not fear death. I had been dead for billions and billions of years before I was born, and had not suffered the slightest inconvenience from it.”- Mark Twain
There are some who say that the fear of death is the most fundamental human fear. For those people, the thought of never experiencing life again is enough to send them into a frenzy of anxiety and panic.
“The truth I have been seeking - this truth is Death. Yet Death is also a seeker. Forever seeking me. So - we have met at last. And I am prepared. I am at peace.”- Bruce Lee
It has been said that life is a journey, not a destination. While this may be true in some sense, it can also be interpreted to mean that we are constantly on the lookout for something new and exciting - something that will take us down a new and uncharted path.
“We go to the grave of a friend saying, “A man is dead,” but angels throng about him saying, “A man is born.” – Henry Ward Beecher
The death of a loved one can be a devastating experience. But for those who have faith in Heaven, it can also be an occasion for hope and encouragement. We visit the graves of our departed loved ones to tell them that we remember them and that we believe they are still with us in some way.
“The death of a friend is equivalent to the loss of a limb.” – German Proverb
The death of a friend is equivalent to the loss of a limb. It feels like an amputation, and it's hard to cope with. The grief process is unique for each person, but there are some commonalities. People often feel numb, isolated, and lost. They may experience intense memories and flashbacks, and they may have trouble sleeping or eating. They may find it difficult to focus on anything else.
“Those we love never truly leave us, Harry. There are things that death cannot touch.” - Jack Thorne
Death is often seen as a dreaded event, one that we all wish to avoid. However, the truth is that death cannot truly touch those that we love. Things that were once taken away by death can be restored by time and love. Those we love never truly leave us, no matter what circumstances may have led to their departure.
“But fate ordains that dearest friends must part.” – Edward Young
In a life full of surprises, it is often the ones we least expect who leave us the most heartbroken. These are the people who have become a part of our lives, and despite the fact that they may be gone for a while, we feel like they will always be there with us. In some cases, these dear friends are the ones who come into our lives when things are tough and remind us that there is still beauty in this world.
“This passion, and the death of a dear friend, would go near to make a man look sad.” – William Shakespeare
Losing someone you love is emotionally draining and can take a toll on your body and mind. Grieving is a natural process, but it doesn't have to be difficult or painful.
“Even the best of friends cannot attend each other’s funeral.” – Kehlog Albran
Friends are the ones who stick by you in your good and bad times. When one of your friends dies, it's hard to imagine life without them. But even the best of friends cannot attend each other's funeral. This is because funerals are a time for mourning and remembrance, not celebration.
“You cannot stop loving your friend because he’s dead, especially if he was better than anyone alive, you know?”-Jerome Salinger
Despite the fact that he is gone, you cannot help but love your friend for all the good he did in life. He was better than anyone alive and you know it. You will never be able to stop loving him no matter how much time passes.
“When our friends are alive, we see the good qualities they lack; dead, we remember only those they possessed.” – Jean Antoine Petit-Senn
This is why it is so important to keep close relationships with those we love. When someone dies, it's easy to forget all the things they were wrong about.
“If you ever lose someone dear to you, never say the words they’re gone. They’ll come back.” - Prince
People do come back. The truth is, when we lose someone, our loved ones are just temporarily away. They may be in a different place physically or energetically, but they are always with us and always will be.
“How can the dead be truly dead when they still live in the souls of those who are left behind?”-Carson McCullers
The idea that the dead are truly dead may seem strange to some, but it is a belief that is held by many people around the world. Some believe that the dead remain alive in the souls of those who are left behind, and can communicate with them. This belief is called soul retrieval or afterlife communication. There are many theories about how this occurs, but most believe that the dead can still be contacted through dreams, visions, or thoughts.
“Death is a challenge. It tells us not to waste time. It tells us to tell each other right now that we love each other.” Leo Buscaglia
Spending time with those we love is important, and it's something that we should not take for granted. We should tell them right now how much we care for them, and that we will always be there for them.
“We all die. The goal isn’t to live forever, the goal is to create something that will.”- Chuck Palahniuk
We all die. That's the inevitable truth of life. But the goal isn't to live forever; the goal is to create something that will last after we're gone. That something might be a work of art, a loved one, or even a legacy. And in the face of death, it's important to remember that life is too short to waste any part of it.
“I am prepared to meet my Maker. Whether my Maker is prepared for the great ordeal of meeting me is another matter.”- Winston Churchill
It is no secret that many people have an interest in death and the afterlife. Some are interested in learning about it, some are curious about what happens after we die, and others just want to be prepared for whatever may come. For some, this interest may stem from a religious standpoint, while others may simply want to know what awaits them after they die. Regardless of the reason, there is no doubt that many people are interested in death and the afterlife.
“Death is something inevitable. When a man has done what he considers to be his duty to his people and his country, he can rest in peace.”- Nelson Mandela
This is the mindset of many soldiers who have fought in wars and those who have served their countries through other means. Death is part of life, and it comes to all of us eventually. However, some people are faced with death sooner than others, and this can leave a lasting impression on them.
“Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose.”- Steve Jobs
Death is a fact of life. It's something that we all have to face at some point. But if you can remember that you are going to die, it will help you avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. Thinking that way can lead to anxiety, stress, and sadness. Living in the present and accepting death as a part of life can help you be more content and happier during your time on Earth.
“No one really knows why they are alive until they know what they’d die for.” – Martin Luther King Jr
For many people, their purpose in life is a mystery until they find out what causes them to stand out from the rest. Some people live for their families, others for their beliefs, and still others for their own happiness. Ultimately, each person's reason for living is unique, and it's up to them to find it.
“I’m not afraid of death because I don’t believe in it. It’s just getting out of one car, and into another.” – John Lennon
People have varied opinions on death, some believe in it and others don't. However, what is interesting to note is that there are people who don't fear death because they don't believe in it. This quote sheds light on how some people view death and how they approach it emotionally.
“A fact of life we all die. But the positive impact you have on others will be a living legacy.” – Catherine Pulsifer
Death is a fact of life. But the positive impact you have on others will be a living legacy. You never know when your time will come, but what you do in this life matters. Make a difference in the lives of those around you and leave a lasting impact.
“I want to be thoroughly used up when I die for the harder I work the more I live. I rejoice in life for its own sake.” – George Bernard Shaw
Work is a necessary evil. We have to earn a living to support ourselves, and sometimes that means putting in long hours at our jobs. But for some people, work is more than just a means to an end. They revel in it, finding joy in the challenges and stresses of the workplace. These are the workers who thrive on being thoroughly used up. They relish pushing themselves to their limits, knowing that it will make them stronger and better people in the long run.
“No one here gets out alive.” – Jim Morrison
This quote is used to emphasize how dangerous and deadly the situation is, and it serves as a warning to readers that there is no hope for anyone in this story.
“Death is an ending. Death is closing. Death is idle words in the ebb and flow of life.”- Elizabeth Edwards
Death is often considered an ending, a closing. But for some, it can also be seen as an opportunity to start anew. For those who believe in reincarnation, death is simply the beginning of a new journey. Death is idle words in the ebb and flow of life. It's a time to reflect on what has passed and to look forward to what lies ahead.
“To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die.” – Thomas Campbell
To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die. When we die, our physical body dies, but our spirit continues on. Our spirit can travel to different places and meet different people. Some believe that when our time comes, our spirit will return to Earth to reunite with our physical body. Others believe that the spirit lives on forever and never dies.
“Life asked death, ‘Why do people love me but hate you?’ Death responded, ‘Because you are a beautiful lie and I am a painful truth.”-Author unknown
This is an answer that can be applied to almost any situation in life. People tend to love the things that make them feel good and hate the things that make them feel bad. We often choose to focus on the good in our lives, while forgetting about the bad. The thing is, life is full of both good and bad.
“I would rather die a meaningful death than to live a meaningless life.” –Corazon Aquino
Some people feel that a life without meaning is worse than one with no regard for their own safety. For some, this may be an acceptable trade off in order to die a meaningful death. Others may feel that a life without meaning is worse than a life where they are constantly struggling and fighting for something that cannot be seen or touched.
“I am not afraid of death, I just don’t want to be there when it happens.” – Woody Allen
The fear of death is a natural instinct that all humans have. It is a fear that has been passed down through generations and one that we all share. However, for some people, this fear can become overpowering and prevent them from living life to the fullest. There are many things that people can do to overcome their fear of death, but one of the most important things is to accept it.
“While I thought that I was learning how to live, I have been learning how to die.” – Leonardo da Vinci
The quote is a beautiful reminder that we are never really living, we are always dying. Death is a natural part of life and we should all be prepared for it. We should enjoy life while we can because it will soon be gone.
“Death is not the end of life; it is the beginning of an eternal journey.” – Debasish Mridha
Death is not the end of life; it is the beginning of an eternal journey. While people may experience a sense of finality after their death, this is not the end. People go on to a new and unknown phase of existence or dimension. The deceased are reunited with their loved ones who have passed before them and continue to journey onward.
“Not only is death inevitable; death is necessary for us to inherit the new life we are to enjoy in Christ.” – Max Lucado
Death is a natural part of life. We all die, and it’s something that is necessary in order to inherit the new life we are to enjoy in Christ. Death isn’t something to be feared or avoided; on the contrary, it is something that can be embraced and welcomed because it leads us to our eternal destination.
“Death is nothing else but going home to God, the bond of love will be unbroken for all eternity.” – Mother Teresa
Death is just a step in the journey that we must all go through and it is something that we must all accept. Life is too short to spend worrying about what happens after we die. Our loved ones are waiting for us and we must make the most of our time here on earth.
“To die will be an awfully big adventure.” – Peter Pan
There is something curiously alluring about the idea of death. For some, it may seem like a release from an endless cycle of pain and suffering. Others may find the prospect of finally being free from physical form an exciting one. Regardless of why someone might be drawn to the idea of dying, it's undeniable that there is a sense of mystery and adventure surrounding it. This is especially true for those who are still relatively young and have much life left to live.
“Death is only the end if you assume the story is about you”-Welcome to Night Vale
However, it's also a new beginning. It's a time to reflect on your life while living in the moment. The end of life can also be a time to forgive yourself and others.
“The boundaries which divide Life from Death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and the other begins?”-Edgar Allan Poe
This is a question that has puzzled thinkers for centuries, and one that still remains unanswered. Nevertheless, there are some indications as to where these boundaries might lie. For example, it is generally accepted that life begins when an individual begins to breathe, and that death marks the point at which the individual ceases to breathe.
“Death is nothing, but to live defeated and inglorious is to die daily.” –Napoleon Bonaparte
The thought of death is often met with fear and dread, but for some it is a welcomed release from the relentless pain of life. For those who believe in rebirth, death is seen as the first step on the long and winding path to a new and hopefully better existence. There are those who see life itself as a never-ending cycle of death and rebirth, where each day is a battle against the inevitability of our own demise.
“Life is for the living. Death is for the dead. Let life be like music. And death a note unsaid.” – Langston Hughes
No one knows what happens after they die, but it must be something pretty amazing. For some, their life is like music and they would love to keep living forever. For others, death is a note unsaid that they would rather not think about. Life is for the living and death should be left as a note unspoken.
“Good men must die, but death cannot kill their names.” – Proverb
Death cannot kill the names of good men. They will always be remembered and revered, even after they have passed away. Their legacies will live on, inspiring others to do good and make the world a better place.
“The idea is to die young as late as possible.” – Ashley Montagu
Death is something that we all fear, but it's something that must be faced eventually. We all know someone who has died young, and the idea of it scares us. But there are people who believe that death can be a desirable thing. These people believe that dying young is the best way to avoid all the pain and misery in life.
“Life is like a very short visit to a toy shop between birth and death.” – Desmond Morris
We are born, we explore the toy store, we play with the toys for a little while, then we die. It's all so short, but it's filled with so much happiness and sadness.
“It is nothing to die. It is frightful not to live.” – Victor Hugo
Death is a natural phenomenon that happens to everyone, but living without fear is not an easy task. Even though we all know it's coming, death still manages to catch us off guard and take away the ones we love the most.
“The day which we fear as our last is but the birthday of eternity.” – Seneca
The fear of death is an ancient one. It has been around for as long as humans have been alive, and it seems to be a part of human nature. For some, the fear of death is a constant companion, while for others it is something that they dread. However, the fear of death is not just a personal thing. It is also something that affects groups of people, and it has even affected civilizations.
“As soon as you realize that it was a gift, you’ll be free.” – Maxime Lagacé
The statement is a reminder that no matter what someone does to us, we can always choose how to respond. We can either let anger and resentment take control, or we can accept the gift and appreciate the lesson.
“Death is not the biggest fear we have; our biggest fear is taking the risk to be alive – the risk to be alive and express what we really are.” – Miguel Angel Ruiz
We are afraid of being judged and disapproved of, we are afraid of not being loved, we are afraid of not being able to do anything, and we are afraid of change. But by expressing our true selves, by living authentically, we can overcome these fears and live life to the fullest.
“There is only one god and his name is Death, and there is only one thing we say to Death: ‘Not today’.” – Syrio Forel
Death is a force that affects all of us in one way or another. Whether we are aware of it or not, Death is always around us, whether we like it or not. In the ancient world, people believed that there was only one god and his name was Death. They would say to Death, "Not today." The idea behind this was that Death was a force that could be dealt with on a case-by-case basis.
“After your death, you will be what you were before your birth.” – Arthur Schopenhauer
You will be reborn into a new life, with all the memories and experiences from the old one. You will also retain all of your current abilities and possessions.
“Death ends a life, not a relationship.” – Mitch Albom
Relationships can be beautiful and rewarding, but they can also be painful and destructive. The death of a loved one can end a relationship in a myriad of ways, depending on the individual and the circumstances. Some people may feel like they are alone after their loved one's death, while others may feel like they were able to finally heal after their loss. No matter how the relationship ended, it is important to remember that death does not end a life - it ends a relationship.
“Life is too short when you think of the length of death.”- Sean Mangan
Death is a natural part of life. It's what happens to all living things when they stop breathing and their heart stops beating. But, even though we all have to die one day, death is still a scary topic for some people. Some people think that death is too short when they think about the length of life. Others think that death is the end of everything and that there's nothing left after you die.
“Death, so called, is a thing which makes men weep, And yet a third of life is passed in sleep.”- Lord George Gordon Byron
Sleep is often considered a waste of time, but it's a necessary part of life. Most of us spend a third of our lives asleep. Death, so called, is a thing that makes men weep, but it's also a part of life. Life is full of change and death is one of the most important changes.
“We are born in one day. We die in one day. We can change in one day. And we can fall in love in one day. Anything can happen in just one day.”- Gayle Forman
The day can be short or long, but it's full of potential. No matter what the future holds, one day will always be full of new possibilities. We are born in one day and we die in one day, but we can change in one day. And we can fall in love in one day, too. Anything is possible as long as you're open to it. So don't wait, embrace every moment and live life to the fullest!
“The hour of departure has arrived, and we go our separate ways, I to die, and you to live. Which of these two is better only God knows.” - Socrates
Death has always been a part of life. It's what gives life meaning. We all know someone who has died and we all know someone who will die. But which of these two is better only God knows. For some people, death is a release from the pain and suffering of life. For others, death is a dreaded destination that awaits them at the end of their life.
“She had been given a wonderful gift: life. Sometimes it was cruelly taken away too soon, but it’s what you did with it that counted, not how long it lasted.”- Cecelia Ahern
When a young girl was given a gift of life, she had no idea what to do with it. The gift was taken away from her too soon, but in the end, it's what she did with the time she had that counted.
“You were born a child of light’s wonderful secret- you return to the beauty you have always been.”- Aberjhani
There is something special about being born into the light. It's as if we are given a second chance at life, a fresh start to learn and grow. And that's exactly what happens when we are reborn as children of light. We're given the opportunity to become all that we were meant to be and more. The light brings us back to our true essence- the beauty and love that resides within us.
“It never gets easier, missing you. And sometimes I wonder if it ever will.”- Heather Brewer
The day you he, everything changed. The sun no longer shone as brightly, the birds stopped singing and the leaves fell from the trees without a whisper of a breeze.
“The dead could only speak through the mouths of those left behind, and through the signs they left scattered behind them.”- Robert Galbraith
The signs were usually messages of love, or warning to those who might encounter them. For the ones left behind, it was their way of keeping their loved ones close even after they were gone.
“Last words are always harder to remember when no one knows that someone’s about to die.”- John Green
Words spoken in the last moments of a person's life are often harder to remember than words spoken during everyday life. This is because during everyday life, we are usually surrounded by people who can help us remember what was said. However, when someone is about to die, they are not likely to be able to remember anything that was said before they died. Scientists have found that this is especially true for people who are about to die from a stroke or a heart attack.
“Death is unstoppable. One must face it as a fact of life.”- D. Aswini
Death is the ultimate reality that we all must face. There is no escaping it, and there is no running from it. Death is the end of everything, and it's something that we must all come to terms with.
“Everybody knows death is inevitably coming, but it never fails to catch everybody by surprise every time one is going.”- Hlovate
Death is always looming in the corner of our minds, but it never fails to catch everybody by surprise every time one is going. As we get older, the thought of death becomes a little easier to accept, until it happens to somebody we know. Death can come in many forms, from a simple illness to a violent accident. No matter how someone dies, it's always a shock.
“It’s not contagious, you know. Death is as natural as life. It’s part of the deal we made.”- Mitch Albom
Death is a part of life. It's something that we all must face at some point. It's something that we can't avoid, and it's something that happens to everyone. Death is natural, and it's something that we need to accept. We need to remember that it's part of the deal we made when we were born.
“It’s all God’s will: you can die in your sleep, and God can spare you in battle.”- Leo Tolstoy
It's all God's will that you can die in your sleep, and God can spare you in battle. Death is a part of life, but it's not the end. Living our lives to the fullest means accepting death as an inevitability, because it is. Our hope lies in knowing that we will one day be resurrected and live again.
“Death does not concern us, because as long as we exist, death is not here. And when it does come, we no longer exist.”- Epicurus
This is the philosophy of some people living on the edge of existence. They believe that death is something that happens to other people and does not concern them. Some of these people have even gone so far as to say that they do not fear death.
“When the time comes to die, make sure that all you have to do is die!”- Jim Elliot
When it comes time to die, make sure that all you have to do is die. It may sound like a morbid thought, but in reality, death is something that we all face. Whether we're ready for it or not, one day our time will come. And when it does, make sure that the process is as painless as possible.
“I don’t think kids have a problem with death. It’s us older ones who are nearer to it, that start being frightened.” – Helena Bonham Carter
Death is a natural part of life, and like everything else in life, it comes with its own set of risks and rewards. While most kids are not afraid of death, there may be some who are more sensitive to the topic than others. This is likely due to our age or experience, and should not be seen as a problem. The fear of death can make us anxious and uncomfortable, but it should not prevent us from living our lives to the fullest.
“One day we were born, one day we shall die, the same day, the same second.”- Samuel Beckett
Every day, we are born and every day, we die. The only difference is that we may or may not know it. Death is a part of life that we can't control. We can only sit back and watch as it occurs. Although it might seem like an event that happens to someone else, death is actually something that we all experience.
“I’ll sleep when I’m dead.” - Warren Zevon
Some believe that this quote was meant to inspire others not to give up on their dreams and goals. Others believe that Jefferson was simply stating a fact about life.
“I think about death sometimes. Analytically, of course.”- Lynne Truss
Death is a topic that many people are often apprehensive to talk about, let alone think about. But for some, the contemplation of death is a necessary part of their mental health - and for others, it's simply a natural process.
“Dealing with death is there forever, really, you know, because we all have to face it.” – Pierce Brosnan
Dealing with death is a natural part of life. However, it can be difficult to accept that someone we know and love is gone forever. It's important to remember that death is there always, waiting for us. We must prepare ourselves for when it arrives by accepting the fact that it's part of life.
“Life is short, death is forever.”- Marsha Qualey
Life is short, death is forever. This is something that we all have to face one day and it is something that we cannot escape. Death is a part of life and it is something that we have to accept. We may not like it, but death is a fact of life.
“Less base the fear of death than fear of life.” – Edward Young
Death is often viewed as a fear, but it is less common to fear life. People are more likely to be afraid of death than they are to be afraid of life. Death is seen as a certainty, while life can be unpredictable. Life can also be painful and full of suffering. Death is also often associated with the unknown, which makes it seem scary.
“I am not afraid of death, which after all can’t be far away. What does frighten me, though, is the halfway stage.”- Rosie Thomas
For some people, that halfway stage may feel like an eternity. For others, it may seem like a blink of an eye. But for those who are facing death head-on, it is a very real and terrifying possibility.
“We have a limit, a very discouraging, humiliating limit: death.” – Umberto Eco
Every day, in every way, we are pushed closer to the limit of death. The limit of our lives and the limit of how much suffering we can endure. We are faced with physical and mental limits that seem insurmountable. But even though these limits may feel like a wall in front of us, we must never give up. We have to keep fighting and find a way through.
“[death]…the abyss from where no traveler is permitted to return.” - George Washington
Death is a natural phenomenon that we all experience at one point or another. It is a part of life and it can be seen as a fearless traveler that takes us to the other side. However, death is also something that we fear because it is unknown. It is the abyss from where no traveler is permitted to return.
“Part of the bargain of being alive is that one takes a chance at dying a premature or painful death, be it from violence, accident, or disease.” – Steven Pinker
Death is something that we all face at some point in our lives. It is an inevitability that we must all accept and come to terms with. For some, death may be a peaceful end, while for others it may be a painful passing. What many people don't know is that death can also come in a number of other ways, such as from violence, accident, or disease.
“Cowards die many times before their deaths; the valiant never taste of death but once.” - William Shakespeare
The courageous are those who, no matter how difficult the situation, refuse to give up. Death may come many times before they finally succumb, but it is never a taste they experience once and for all. The valiant never know what lies ahead, but they always face it head on. They are never afraid to take risks and are always willing to stand up for what's right.
“Death has always had a prominent place in my mind. There are times when I think somebody might kill me.” – Dennis Rodman
Death is the ultimate natural process and it's something that all living things must go through. Death is a natural progression that happens to everyone, whether they're young or old. We all have to die one day, so it's important to enjoy life while we can.
“Death is only a small interruption.” - Anita Brookner
Death is only a small interruption in the grand cycle of life. It is only a temporary detour on the path to enlightenment. The cycle of death and rebirth is an essential part of the natural order. When we realize that death is only an interruption, we can free ourselves from fear and anxiety. We can learn to live in the present moment and appreciate all that life has to offer.
“Life is the desert, life the solitude, death joins us to the great majority.” – Edward Young
Death has joined us to the great majority. It is something that we all must face one day, and it can be a lonely experience. Some people find comfort in the company of others during their time of mourning, while others find solace in nature. No matter what path a person chooses, death is never far away.
“Men are April when they woo, December when they wed. Maids are May when they are maids, but the sky changes when they are wives.” – William Shakespeare
This saying reflects the fact that men are typically more spontaneous and active in their courtship rituals than women. For example, men may take more chances and be more expressive in their expressions of love. Women, on the other hand, are usually more patient and cautious in their approaches to relationships.
“A bare tree stands with roots on both ends in December days.” – Kiran Bantawa
The bare tree stands with roots on both ends in December days. It is a symbol of hope and change. The tree is surrounded by barren ground, but its roots reach deep into the earth to find sustenance. The tree is a reminder that no matter how bleak the circumstances may seem, there is always something within us that can endure.
“It is December, and nobody asked if I was ready.” – Sarah Kay
It has been said that life is what we make it and that is certainly true for the people in the small town of West Virginia. In this town, there are no boundaries and no limits. Anything is possible, as long as you have enough guts. This is especially true for the children of this town. They are always looking for a challenge, and they are not afraid to take on anything.
“Yet my heart loves December’s smile as much as July’s golden beam; then let us sit and watch the while the blue ice curdling on the stream.” – Emily Jane Bronte
Winter may be the most challenging time of year for many, but to some it is a time when families can come together and enjoy each other's company. For those who love nature, December is a month that is filled with beauty. Blue ice begins to form on streams and rivers, and the forests are cloaked in a layer of white snow.
“At Christmas I no more desire a rose Than wish a snow in May’s new-fangled mirth; But like of each thing that in season grows.” – William Shakespeare
Christmas is a time when people are usually drawn to buying roses as gifts. However, one writer says that she no longer desires a rose in the same way as she desires other things during the Christmas season. The writer explains that she prefers to get presents that reflect the times of the year, such as giving someone a present that represents the autumn season or giving someone a gift that signifies springtime.
“Through the small tall bathroom window the December yard is gray and scratchy, the trees calligraphic.” – Dave Eggers
The trees are calligraphic with their dried leaves littering the ground. All of this seems so gloomy and uninviting from where I'm sitting, but outside, it's a different story. The yard is decorated with brightly lit Christmas lights and there's a huge tree in the corner. It's such a beautiful sight, and it makes me feel so lucky that I can see it from my window.
“The color of springtime is in the flowers; the color of winter is in the imagination.” – Terri Guillemets
In spring, the earth is awakening from its long winter sleep and bringing new life to the surface. Flowers are emerging from the earth, bursting with color and fragrance. Winter, on the other hand, is a time of reflection and contemplation. It's a time to spend time indoors with family and friends, cozy up in front of a fire, and get lost in stories or thoughts.
“Outside the house, it was storming, a busy downfall of flakes that the wind blew lightly across acres of old snow left from December.” – Gladys Hasty Carroll
The wind rattled the windows and whipped the snow against the house in a frenzy. Outside, it was snowing gently- a busy downfall of flakes that the wind blew lightly across acres of old snow left from December. But inside, it was bitterly cold. The only sound was that of the wind and muffled footsteps as family members made their way around the house.
“If cold December gave you birth, The month of snow and ice and mirth, Place on your hand a Turquoise blue, Success will bless whatever you do.” – Unknown
If you were born in December, chances are you're a fan of the cold. This month is known for its snow and ice, but it's also known for its mirth. Whether you're enjoying a snowball fight or just taking in the beautiful scenery, success will come your way if you place your hand on blue turquoise.
“From December to March, there are for many of us three gardens – the garden outdoors, the garden of pots and bowls in the house, and the garden of the mind’s eye.” – Katherine S. White
The garden is a place of beauty and tranquility, where we can escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. In December, January, and February, we can take advantage of the temperate climate to plant our gardens outdoors. During these months, we can garden in pots or containers on our porch or patio. Alternatively, we can create a miniature garden in a small space inside our home.
“In the winter she curls up around a good book and dreams away the cold.” – Ben Aaronovitch
One of the best things about winter is curling up with a good book and letting your imagination run wild. For some people, reading is their escape and a way to forget about the cold.
“As we struggle with shopping lists and invitations, compounded by December’s bad weather, it is good to be reminded that there are people in our lives who are worth this aggravation, and people to whom we are worth the same.” – Donald E. Westlake
Christmas is just around the corner, and with December bringing bad weather, it can be tough to put together a good shopping list or even send out invitations. But it's worth it to be reminded that there are people in our lives who are worth this aggravation, even if we don't always see it at first. No one is perfect, and we all make mistakes. But with a little effort, we can show our loved ones that they matter to us and that we appreciate them.
“The sun that brief December day Rose cheerless over hills gray, And, darkly circled, gave at noon A sadder light than waning moon.” – John Greenleaf Whittier
The sun that brief December day Rose cheerless over hills gray, And, darkly circled, gave at noon A sadder light than waning moon. The sky outside was dismal, and everyone seemed to be in a bad mood. Even the birds were quiet. Then, all of a sudden, a ray of sunlight broke through the clouds and managed to make everyone smile.
“December. A desperate celebration of an end.” – Chandrama Deshmukh
December is a desperate celebration of an end. For those living in colder climates, it means the shortest days of the year and the arrival of Christmas. For others, it is the end of an era, or simply a time of reflection. Regardless of what people may think, December is a difficult month to live through.
“I miss being in Barbados in December. That is the time I always remember. The smell of varnish on the wooden floors. And the smell of paint on the wooden doors. The crowds in the Supermarket buying up the rum, and the music blasting. Puh rup a pum pum.” – Charmaine J Forde
Barbados is a place that is always warm, no matter what time of year it is. The people are kind, and the scenery is beautiful. The best part about Barbados in December is the smell of varnish on the wooden floors and the paint on the wooden doors.
“Will love be true as December frost, or fickle and fall like the rose in June?” – Clement Scott
Love is a complicated emotion. It can be passionate and intense, or it can be fleeting and fleeting. In December, when the frosty air chills our hearts, we often think about love being true. But in June, when the warm weather returns and the flowers are in bloom, love may not be as strong as it used to be. This is because love changes over time; it may be fickle and fall like the rose in June.
“What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.” – John Steinbeck
In the winter, the cold temperatures can be a bit tedious. However, the warmth of summer can be rather bland without the bitterness of winter to give it flavor. In fact, some people believe that winter is necessary in order to produce the most delicious fruits and vegetables. Without the harshness of winter, some plants may not be able to grow as well.
“My brothers and sisters, true love is a reflection of the Savior’s love. In December of each year, we call it the Christmas spirit. You can hear it. You can see it. You can feel it.” – Thomas S. Monson
Christmas is a time to be with family and rejoice in the love that we have for one another. It is also a time to reflect on the Savior's love for us. True love is a reflection of the Savior's love. Christmas is a time to be grateful for our families and the love that we have for them.
“Shout now! The months with loud acclaim, Take up the cry and send it forth; May breathing sweet her Spring perfumes, November thundering from the North. With hands upraised, as with one voice, They join their notes in grand accord; Hail to December! Say they all, It gave to Earth our Christ the Lord!” – J.K. Hoyt
In March, the temperature is still mild, and the flowers are in bloom. The trees are budding with new life, and the fields are green. The birds are singing, and the animals are walking around. Spring is a time of hope and celebration. However, in November, the temperature can be very cold, and there is snow on the ground. The trees are barren and brown, and the animals are hibernating. It is a time of sadness and loneliness.
“In the bleak midwinter, frosty wind made moan, earth stood hard as iron, water like a stone; snow had fallen, snow on snow, snow on snow, in the bleak midwinter, long ago.” – Christina Rossetti
The bleak midwinter is a time of great discontent, when the earth stands hard as iron, water like a stone, and snow falls endlessly on snow. This was a time long ago, before there were any settlements or people to make things easier. The coldest night of the year must have been particularly brutal.
“In this world only winter is certain.” – George R.R. Martin
In a universe where the seasons can change at any time, one thing is for sure: winter is always there. For some, it's a time of despair as they are confined to their homes. For others, it's a time of reflection as they spend their days wrapped in warm clothes and surrounded by family. Regardless of how you feel about winter, there's no denying that it's an essential part of the natural cycle.
“Michigan isn’t just cold in December; it’s arctic.” – Daniel Milstein
Michigan is known for its cold winters, but in December, the state can feel arctic. Temperatures can drop below zero degrees Fahrenheit and winds can howl around the area. The conditions are so harsh that some people call Michigan's December "Arctic Month.
“In the depth of winter, I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer.” – Albert Camus
When I was younger, I would often quote the movie "The Incredibles" because it always made me feel good. The quote that I would like to focus on is: "In the depth of winter, I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer." This quote tells the story of someone who has had to go through a lot of tough times in their life, but has never given up.
“The crisp path through the field in this December snow, in the deep dark, where we trod the buried grass like ghosts on dry toast.” – Dylan Thomas
This is a very powerful and descriptive quote that shows how the author feels about the fields. The author describes the crispness of the path through the fields and how it contrasts with the dark environment. He also mentions how it feels like walking on dry toast and how strange it seems.
“To appreciate the beauty of a snowflake it is necessary to stand out in the cold.” – Aristotle
The delicate flakes, measuring just a few millimeters wide, are small but mighty. Standing in subzero temperatures and looking up at the sky, all of a sudden the snowflakes take on an astonishingly intricate design. The complexity of the snowflake's surface comes from its unique shape- one that is not easily replicated by other objects in nature.
“No matter what my fortune may be, or where I may roam, in December, I’ll be going home.” – Floyd Huddleston
The speaker means that no matter how much money or power he might have, he will always feel at home with his family and friends during the month of December. This sentiment is shared by many people who are nostalgic for their homes and families during this time of year.
“Of all the months of the year there is not a month one half so welcome to the young, or so full of happy associations, as the last month of the year.” – Charles Dickens
December is a month that is often seen as the half of the year that is the least welcoming to the young. This may be because December marks the end of the year and it can be a time of sadness for those who are looking forward to new beginnings in the New Year. However, there are some things that make December special for young people.
“May and October, the best-smelling months? I’ll make a case for December; evergreen, frost, wood smoke, cinnamon.” – Lisa Kleypas
The autumn season is known for its beautiful colors, warm days, and crisp nights. However, one of the best aspects of this time of year is the smell of fallen leaves and wood smoke. December, in particular, has a distinct smell that is hard to beat. December also has a variety of plants that are in bloom, such as evergreen trees and frostflowers.
“December is the holdout month, all the others torn away.” – Anne Gisleson
December remains the month that many people don't think about, or at least not as much as other months. This may be due to the fact that it is often a slower month, with fewer events and activities taking place. However, there are plenty of things to do in December if you know where to look.
“In a drear-nighted December, Too happy, happy brook, Thy bubblings ne’er remember Apollo’s summer look; But with a sweet forgetting, They stay their crystal fretting, Never, never petting About the frozen time.” – John Keats
In a drear-nighted December, the brook's bubbling sounds are not those of Apollo and his summer look. They stay their crystal fretting - never, never petting - about the future. Their contentment is only forgotten for a brief moment in time, during the month of December when everything seems too happy.
“December drops no weak, relenting tear, By our fond Summer sympathies ensnared. Nor from the perfect circle of the year Can even Winter’s crystal gems be spared.” – Christopher Pearce Cranch
December is not a month that typically floods people with sentiment. But for many people, December is the month when they remember all the good times from the past year. This is especially true for those who are fond of Summer, because December is the month when Christmas happens.
“If we make it through December, everything’s gonna be all right; it’s the coldest time of winter and I shiver when I see the falling snow.” – Merle Haggard
December is known as the coldest month of the year, and for good reason. The temperatures can drop below freezing at any time, and in some parts of the country, it can snow all month long. For people who are afraid of the cold, this is a very difficult time of year to endure. However, there are things that can be done to make December more tolerable.
“I know. I’m lazy. But I made myself a New Year’s resolution that I would write myself something really special. Which means I have ‘til December, right?” – Catherine O’Hara
If you're like most people, you probably don't have time to write. But that doesn't mean you can't write something special. If you make a New Year's resolution to write yourself something special, you have until December to do it. There are plenty of things you can write about, and no matter what you write, it will be special because it's yours.
“I love the food and drinks in December. I don’t love to eat so much that I get nauseous. I just love to eat little things and enough.” – seaofwordsx
In December, people all over the world celebrate Christmas. This holiday is a time for family and friends to get together and have fun. In addition to spending time with loved ones, people also enjoy eating festive foods and drinks. Some people love to overeat during this time, while others enjoy eating small portions and not getting sick.
“December’s wintery breath is already clouding the pond, frosting the pane, obscuring summer’s memory.” – John Geddes
December already has a cold and wintery breath, clouding the pond and frosting the pane. It's been so cold that summer's memory is already obscured by the frost. You can see the evidence of this in how many leaves are still on the trees, and how flowers haven't started to grow yet.
“December is the toughest month of the year. Others are July, January, September, April, November, May, March, June, October, August, and February.” – Mark Twain
December is the most challenging month of the year for many people. It can be tough to get through because there are so many holidays and events that take up so much time. Other months, like July, January, September, April, November, May, March, June, October, August, and February can also be difficult at times, but they don't have as many events taking place.
“In cold December fragrant chaplets blow, and heavy harvests nod beneath the snow.” – Alexander Pope
The smell of winter is in the air. The snow has started to accumulate on the ground, and the temperature has been dropping steadily. This season, there is a particular smell that accompanies the cold winter weather. That smell is Christmas. Everywhere you go, you can smell the fragrance of Christmas trees, candles, and other Christmas decorations. Christmas is a time when families come together and celebrate their loved ones. It's also a time when people give gifts to one another.
“I prefer winter and fall when you feel the bone structure of the landscape – the loneliness of it, the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it; the whole story doesn’t show.” – Andrew Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth has written that he prefers this time of year because it provides an atmosphere of loneliness, deadness, and mystery. The landscape appears to have more to reveal, something that is not always evident during the warmer months.
“This looks like a December day, it looks like we’ve come to the end of the way.” – Willie Nelson
The sky is a bright, deep blue. The sun is shining and the temperature is warm. In the distance, you can see snow capped mountains. This looks like a December day, it looks like we've come to the end of the way.
“God gave us memory so that we might have roses in December.” – James M. Barrie
Memory is one of the most important things in our lives. It allows us to recall moments from our past, and it helps us make decisions in the present. In addition, memory is essential for learning new information. Without it, we would never be able to remember what we learn. Our memories are also important for processing emotions. For example, when we are sad, we may remember the events that led to our sadness in order to better understand and cope with them.
“Remember this December, That love weighs more than gold!” – Josephine Dodge Daskam Bacon
Christmas is the time of year when we reflect on all the good things in our lives. For some, this may be family, friends, or loved ones. For others, it may be material possessions. But no matter what the focus of our celebration, one thing is for sure: love always weighs more than gold.
“December, being the last month of the year, cannot help but make us think of what is to come.” – Fennel Hudson
December is the month of endings and new beginnings. It is a time to reflect on the past year and set resolutions for the upcoming one. People often make lists of what they want to accomplish in the coming year, and December is a great time to begin those goals. Although it can be daunting to think about all of the changes that will take place in the next twelve months, it is important to remember that everything happens for a reason.
“There is October in every November and there is November in every December! All seasons melted in each other’s life!” – Mehmet Murat ildan
Seasons are a part of life that we all take for granted. We go through them one after the other without really thinking about them. But if you think about it, each season has a unique quality that makes it special. In October, there is a sense of change. The leaves on the trees are changing color, and the weather is starting to get colder. November is a month of celebration.
“Chill December brings the sleet, Blazing fire, and Christmas treat.” – Sara Coleridge
December is a time for family, friends, and loved ones. Some people enjoy the cold weather while others enjoy the warmth. For some, December is a time to get all of their Christmas shopping done early. For others, it's a time to relax and enjoy the holidays. Whatever your plans for December may be, it's sure to be filled with happiness and joy.
“It seems like everything sleeps in winter, but it’s really a time of renewal and reflection.” – Elizabeth Camden
It's a time of rest and renewal for many, but it's also a time of reflection for those who live in colder climates. In winter, people can take time to reflect on their lives, what they've accomplished, and what they still want to do. This is a time when people can come together to share stories, make new friends, and work on projects that they have been putting off.
“And last December drear, with piteous low-drooped head. In a voice of desolation crying out, ‘The year is dead. And so, with changeful gear, with smile or frown or song, the months, in strange variation, are ever gliding along.” – Edgar Fawcett
In the month of December, one can often find the resident of a house or apartment feeling despondent. This is because the calendar year has come to a close and with it, many things have changed. For example, the weather has become colder and there may be fewer daylight hours. Additionally, people may be starting to think about holidays and celebrations that are soon to come.
“I heard a bird sing in the dark of December. A magical thing. And sweet to remember. We are nearer to Spring than we were in September. I heard a big sing in the dark of December.” – Oliver Herford
The sentiment expressed in this quote is one of wonder and appreciation for nature. Although winter may be the dark season, it is also the time of year when magical things happen - such as birds singing. This quote reminds us that although winter may be a time of sadness, it is also a time when miracles happen.
“There’s something super special about December.” – Charmaine J. Forde
December is a special month for many people. It is often seen as the month of love, Christmas, and joy. For some, it is also the month when they reflect on the past year and make resolutions for the new one. In spite of the hustle and bustle of everyday life, there is something super special about December.
“When I was a child, my December weekends were spent making cards, decorating the tree, hanging the wreath, and preparing brandy butter and peppermint creams.” – Pippa Middleton
Christmas is one of the most celebrated holidays in the United States. The holiday season is filled with traditions, such as spending time with family and friends, exchanging gifts, and eating traditional Christmas food. One of the most cherished traditions at Christmas is exchanging cards. One of the most popular quotes about Christmas is "A Christmas card is the best way to say 'I love you.'"
“By December an elastic skin of ice reached out hundreds of miles into the sea, rolling with every wave.” – Will Chancellor
The poet was describing the freezing of the ocean. The freezing of the ocean is a natural process that happens every winter. It happens when the water gets very cold and thick. This causes the ice to form on the ocean surface. The ice floats on the water and moves with the waves.