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relief Quotes

25 of the best book quotes about relief
  1. #1
    “There were times, indeed, when the vigor she put into her work was more of a relief to her feelings than it was an ardor to efface dirt.”
  2. #2
    “Without the dark there isn’t light. Without the pain there is no relief.”
  3. #3
    “In retrospect, I remember feeling somewhat relieved - that the chaos and insanity would finally be behind me.”
  4. #4
    “It is a feeling of relief, almost of pleasure, at knowing yourself at last genuinely down and out. You have talked so often of going to the dogs — and well, here are the dogs, and you have reached them, and you can stand it. It takes off a lot of anxiety.”
  5. #5
    “She had felt relief, relief that his pain was gone, and relief that she had been there with him to witness the peace of his passing. She felt relieved to have known him, to love him and to be loved by him...”
  6. #6
    “I felt better. Yes, I sensed it like the sweat of relief when nausea passes away; I felt better. We were even after all, even in enmity. The deadly rivalry was on both sides after all.”
  7. #7
    “I was speaking loudly, I realized, and I sounded almost angry, certainly righteous, but it was such a relief. I’d started with a lie—the cat box—and turned that into a surprising burst of pure truth, and I realized why criminals talked too much, because it feels so good to tell your story to a stranger.”
  8. #8
    “I did not pray for any relief, but I prayed for strength to suffer with courage, humility and love.”
  1. #9
    “Ah, woe is me! where shall I fly, where find Succor from gods or men?”
  2. #10
    “I thought that maybe if she could express herself rather than suffer herself, if she had a way to relieve the burden, she lived for nothing more than living, with nothing to get inspired by, to care for, to call her own…”
  3. #11
    “The tears that finally streamed from her eyes were tears not of mourning but of relief, and tears for the dark unknown that lay ahead of her.”
  4. #12
    “Winn-Dixie looked straight at me when I said that to him, like he was feeling relieved to finally have somebody understand his situation. I nodded my head at him and went on talking.”
  5. #13
    “Just relieve your mind of the job of making sure that everyone and everything will be the way you need them to be so that you can feel better inside.”
  6. #14
    “Now we want to hear all your adventures, and let us relieve you of your burdens.”
  7. #15
    “Do you not remember the story of Aesop and his bread-basket, how heavy he found it when he started, and how light at the end of his journey?”
  8. #16
    ″‘I was in the hotel,’ he said finally. ‘I followed your footprints in the snow.’ There were tears on his face.
    ‘Okay,’ someone said, ‘but why are you crying?’
    ‘I’d thought I was the only one,’ he said.”

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What Do You Do with a Chance book
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  1. #17
    “For me, Cincinnati was the promised land. After a few days there, I lost that Little Rock feeling of being choked and kept in ‘my place’ by white people. I felt free, as though I could soar above the clouds.”
  2. #18
    “We are all of us not merely liable to fear, we are also prone to be afraid of being afraid, and the conquering of fear produces exhilaration... The contrast between the previous apprehension and the present relief and feeling of security promotes a self-confidence that is the very father and mother of courage.”
  3. #19
    “Of course, you’re very young… you haven’t got to that yet. But it does come! The blessed relief when you know that you’ve done with it all—that you haven’t got to carry the burden any longer. You’ll feel that too, someday….”
  4. #20
    “None of us are going to leave this island. That’s the plan. You know it, of course, perfectly. What, perhaps, you can’t understand is the relief!”
  5. #21
    “Where there is an authority, a power on earth, from which relief can be had by appeal, there the continuance of the state of war is excluded, and the controversy is decided by that power.”
  6. #22
    “That’s not true. You know men cry too. I actually like crying sometimes. It feels good.”
  7. #23
    “Slightest feeling of relief that you are not there, and it is all over. Familiarity and overexposure will cause this reaction. Remain elusive, then. Intrigue your targets by alternating an exciting presence with a cool distance, exuberant moments followed by calculated absences.”
  8. #24
    “Fife…suddenly realized that he was free. He did not have to stay here any more. He was released. He could simply get up and walk away—provided he was able—with honor, without anyone being able to say he was a coward or courtmartialing him or putting him to jail. His relief was so great he suddenly felt joyous despite the wound.”
  9. #25
    “Faith doesn’t always instantly deliver you, but it always carries you through.”
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