Category Archives: SICKNESS

You do not become the guest of those who do not welcome you.

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He talked with more claret than clarity.

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“How do I feel today? I feel as unfit as an unfiddle,
And it is the result of a certain turbulence in the mind and an uncertain burbulence in the middle.
What was it, anyway, that angry thing that flew at me?
I am unused to banshees crying Boo at me.
Your wife can’t be a banshee—
Or can she?”

― Ogden Nash, Private Dining-room and Other New Verses

To be as sick as a parrot is to be very disappointed or depressed.

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“Human life occurs only once, and the reason we cannot determine which of our decisions are good and which bad is that in a given situation we can make only one decision; we are not granted a second, third, or fourth life in which to compare various decisions.”

― Milan Kundera, The Unbearable Lightness of Being

Where Barmy Harry bartered poems for grog on Central Station I sat down & wept

(Hewett, Dorothy)

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Of all men the drunkard is the foulest. The thief when he is not stealing is like another. The extortioner does not practice in the home. The murderer when he is at home can wash his hands. But the drunkard stinks and vomits in this own bed and dissolves his organs in alcohol.”

― Ernest Hemingway, For Whom the Bell Tolls

The thing under my bed waiting to grab my ankle isn’t real. I know that, and I also know that if I’m careful to keep my foot under the covers, it will never be able to grab my ankle.

― Stephen King, Night Shift

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“It didn’t seem the right time to tell him where the worst monsters hide. They conceal themselves cleverly inside our heads and wait for the moments we’re at our most vulnerable – bedtime, or when we’re sick or anxious.”
― Helen Brown, Cleo

“Drink and dance and laugh and lie, Love, the reeling midnight through, For tomorrow we shall die! (But, alas, we never do.)”

― Dorothy Parker, Death and Taxes

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“Though we tremble before uncertain futures
may we meet illness, death and adversity with strength
may we dance in the face of our fears.”

Gloria E. Anzaldúa

A harvest of peace is produced from a seed of contentment (Kashmiri).

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Go a mile to see a sick man, go two miles to make peace between two men, and go three miles to call on a friend. (Arabian).

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