Martha Manning Quotes

Top 7 wise famous quotes and sayings by Martha Manning

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Martha Manning quotes: Some struggles are so solitary that they drown in words. Some struggles are so solitary that they drown in words.
Martha Manning quotes: In these flashes of insight, I understand for a moment that one of the great dividends of darkness is an increased sensitivity to the light. In these flashes of insight, I understand for a moment that one of the great dividends of darkness is an increased sensitivity to the light.
Martha Manning quotes: The infinity of this vacancy, the pervasive pain, the longing for some spirit, some lightness, some joy - that's all that is left. The infinity of this vacancy, the pervasive pain, the longing for some spirit, some lightness, some joy - that's all that is left.
Martha Manning quotes: The bottom line is that my life has already almost slipped away from me. I have two choices: I can end it or I can fight like hell to save The bottom line is that my life has already almost slipped away from me. I have two choices: I can end it or I can fight like hell to save it.
Martha Manning quotes: It's enough just to speak when spoken to, to give some minimal reaction to a stimulus. But to actually be the stimulus doesn't even occur to me. It's enough just to speak when spoken to, to give some minimal reaction to a stimulus. But to actually be the stimulus doesn't even occur to me.
Martha Manning quotes: Sometimes hell has no words. Sometimes hell has no words.