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Her own misery filled her heart—there was no room in it for other people's sorrow.
Practically all the sadness we experience in life comes from our feeling sorry for ourselves.
Almost all sadness comes from feeling sorry for oneself.
And the world suddenly appeared to me as such an awfully large place, with I so totally alone in it that I could have cried from the bottom of my heart.
How often have our own tears blinded us to the tears of others.
Sometimes painfully lost people can teach us lessons that we didn't think we needed to know, or be reminded of---the more history changes, the more it stays the same.
Stop bitching about everybody else and what they’ve done to you and start cleaning up your own shit yourself. The only person who can make you a victim is you.
You have been “self-pitying” for long years now and things don’t seem to improve. Just try a few days of good self-esteeming” and you’ll see things taking a better shape!
I'm going to Hell in a basketWeaved in from my sinsLike wickerWith little Wiccan tiesAs if I'm a witchAccused
Self-pity, while it should be accorded due respect, is the greatest of all acids to the human soul.
If you often feel alone, ignored, or forgotten, think about this: closing the door and locking yourself in won't change anything—literally and figuratively.
Feeling sorry for yourself is a universal solvent of salvation.
The solution to self-pity is found in the labor of selfless giving to others.
You didn't choose God. He chose you. When you stop feeling hurt by everyone and plotting your comeback, he has some very important things he wants you to accomplish with your life.
In times of suffering, don't turn inward to self-pity or outward to revenge, but turn to the lover of your soul, Jesus.
And in the sin of wantingalways to be right, the punishmentis knowing it isn't possible.
12 Things To Ditch For A Great DayBlameGuiltWorryRegretResentmentEntitlementSelf-pityLazinessNegative attitudeFear of embarrassmentUrge to one-up othersYour comfort zone
All depression has its roots in self-pity, and all self-pity is rooted in people taking themselves too seriously.
Against Self-PityIt gets you nowhere but deeper intoyour own shit--pure misery a luxuryone never learns to enjoy.
Personal disillusionment accompanied by self-pity and self-loathing are the Achilles’ heel of modern humankind, representing the weakness of the human spirit.
There is absolutely no worse death curse than the humdrum daily existence of the living dead.
Fits of anger, vexation, and bitterness against ourselves tend to pride and they spring from no other source than self-love, which is disturbed and upset at seeing that it is imperfect.
The true measure of a best friend is where they are when you “make” the biggest decision of your life, not where they were during the decision process.
Take a drink because you pity yourself, and then the drink pities you and has a drink, and then two good drinks get together and that calls for drinks all around.
Self-pity” is just sadness, I think, in the pejorative.
Self-pity is the hens' besetting sin, " remarked Mr. Payton. "Foolish fowl. How they came to achieve anything as perfect as the egg I do not know! I cannot fathom.
The only time we waste is the time we spend thinking we are alone.
Don"t gaze too hard at your belly button Or you will unexpectedly hit rock bottom!
Self-pity is spiritual suicide. It is an indefensible self-mutilation of the soul.
Accept fate, and move on. Don't yield to the seductive pull of self-pity. Acting like a victim threatens your future.
There is no danger than doubt.
Even in that difficult hour when he knew death was imminent, he never indulged in self-pity. He knew intuitively that a person is only a victim if he accepts himself as one.
No one can please a man who is not at peace with himself.
You can choose to be pitiful or you can choose to be powerful, but you cannot at the same time, be both.
Self-pity is the most destructive of all narcotics.
The only crime is pride.
I have seen people who find that grief gives them something they never had before, and no matter how terrible and real their loss they choose to hug that awfulness to them rather than push it away.
[T]here can be a form of vanity in grief that is indulged rather than suffered.