Simon Van Booy Quotes

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For some people, life is the process of knocking through walls to get out. For others, it is the building of walls. -Simon Van Booy
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I suppose the key to a good life is to gently overlook the truth and hope that at any moment we can all be reborn. -Simon Van Booy
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I don't see the point of truth anymore, it causes just as much heartbreak as lying. -Simon Van Booy
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Death is the most sophisticated form of beauty, and the most difficult to accept. -Simon Van Booy
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The present grows within the boundaries of the past. -Simon Van Booy
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He wanted to tell the baby that Paris was like a poem in stone. -Simon Van Booy
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[I] read books because I love them, not because I think I should read them. -Simon Van Booy
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Coincidences mean you're on the right path. -Simon Van Booy
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Succes is really nothing more than the record of failure. To be successful means you must be willing to fail more than anyone else. -Simon Van Booy
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We cross from memory into imagination with only a vague awareness of change. -Simon Van Booy
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The most significant conversations of our lives occur in silence. -Simon Van Booy
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Love is also a violence, and cannot be undone. -Simon Van Booy
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The love of a man is like a drop of color into something clear. -Simon Van Booy
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Music helps us understand where we have come from but, more importantly, what has happened to us. -Simon Van Booy
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The very best and the very worst of life will come from [their] ability to love strangers. -Simon Van Booy
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Anyone who is desperate or alone will agree there is comfort in routine. -Simon Van Booy
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Should you ever feel too lonely... listen for the roar of the sea- for in it are all those who've been and all those who are to come. -Simon Van Booy
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In the end I didn't know who I was crying for, but it was something my body wanted to do, as though trying to digest grief. -Simon Van Booy
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Loneliness is like being the only person left alive in the universe, except that everyone else is still here. -Simon Van Booy
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I like stories very much, ' the priest said. 'They help me understand myself better. -Simon Van Booy
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I tried to convey to the boy how people's lives are often altered by curved lines read slowly from paper, sand, or stone. -Simon Van Booy
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We all have different lives, Martin believes - but in the end probably feel the same things, and regret the fear we thought might somehow sustain us. -Simon Van Booy
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Children are the closest we have to wisdom, and they become adults the moment that final drop of everything mysterious is strained from them. -Simon Van Booy
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Life had called his name, and without thinking, he had stepped forward. He wondered if perhaps he was becoming the person he had always wanted to be. -Simon Van Booy
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I think music is what language once aspired to be. Music allows us to face God on our own terms because it reaches beyond life. -Simon Van Booy
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I wanted to explain that trusting is harder than being trusted. -Simon Van Booy
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Sometimes, language is the sound of longing -Simon Van Booy
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Actually, years mean nothing. It's what's inside them. -Simon Van Booy
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You were unsure which pain is worse - the shock of what happened or the ache for what never will. -Simon Van Booy
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Royal Young's writing is that rare blend of irony and beauty. -Simon Van Booy
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Every moment is the paradox of now or never. -Simon Van Booy
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Love requires imagination more than experience. -Simon Van Booy
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The beauty of artifacts is in how they reassure us we're not the first to die. -Simon Van Booy
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They haven't made love for years but sleep holding hands -Simon Van Booy
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