Young alienation, disappointment and heartache is all a part of the first real growing up that we do.
Age does not diminish the extreme disappointment of having a scoop of ice cream fall from the cone.
We must all suffer one of two things: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret or disappointment.
These slight disappointments are sent to prepare For what may hereafter befall;For seasons of real disappointment and care,Which commonly happen to all.
Disappointment weighs heavy on the pride.
Disappointment is a sort of bankruptcy -- the bankruptcy of a soul that expends too much in hope and expectation.
Suspense is worst than disappointment.
Opportunity is a favorable occasion for grasping a disappointment.
Golf is a lot of walking, broken up by disappointment and bad arithmetic.
The principles of living greatly include the capacity to face trouble with courage, disappointment with cheerfulness, and trial with humility.
“If I had my way, if I was lucky enough, if I could be on the brink my entire life— that great sense of expectation and excitement without the disappointment— that would be the perfect state.”
The sudden disappointment of a hope leaves a scar which the ultimate fulfillment of that hope never entirely removes.
Disappointment or misfortune don't last long among us, the poor; we can't live if we brood on them the whole time.
Mean spirits under disappointment, like small beer in a thunderstorm always turn sour.
Anytime you suffer a setback or disappointment, put your head down and plow ahead.
It is generally known, that he who expects much will be often disappointed; yet disappointment seldom cures us of expectation, or has any effect other than that of producing a moral sentence or peevish exclamation
When people get married because they think it`s a long-time love affair, they`ll be divorced very soon, because all love affairs end in disappointment. But marriage is a recognition of a
Anxiety is the poison of human life; the parent of many sins and of more miseries. In a world where everything is doubtful, and where we may be disappointed, and be blessed in disappointment, why this restless stir and commotion of mind? Can it alter the cause, or unravel the mystery of human events?
The ideal of brotherhood of man, the building of the Just City, is one that cannot be discarded without lifelong feelings of disappointment and loss. But, if we are to live in the real world, discard it we must. Its very nobility makes the results of its breakdown doubly horrifying, and it breaks down, as it always will, not by some external agency but because it cannot work.
Lose/Win people bury a lot of feelings. And unexpressed feelings come forth later in uglier ways. Psychosomatic illnesses often are the reincarnation of cumulative resentment, deep disappointment and disillusionment repressed by the Lose/Win mentality. Disproportionate rage or anger, overreaction to minor provocation, and cynicism are other embodiments of suppressed emotion. People who are constantly repressing, not transcending feelings toward a higher meaning find that it affects the quality of their relationships with others.
Newton and Descartes started to try and prove that God existed in the same way as they would try and prove something in the laboratory or with their mathematics And when you try and mix science and religion you get bad science and bad religion. The two are doing two different things. ... Science can give you a diagnosis of cancer. It can even cure your disease, but it cannot touch your grief and disappointment, nor can it help you to die well.
I'm English, and as such I crave disappointment. I actively seek it out.
Thou, Everlasting Strength, hast set Thyself forth to bear our burdens. May we bear Thy cross, and bearing that, find there is nothing else to bear; and touching that cross, find that instead of taking away our strength, it adds thereto. Give us faith for darkness, for trouble, for sorrow, for bereavement, for disappointment; give us a faith that will abide though the earth itself should pass away a faith for living, a faith for tying.
The first star vehicle of the summer of 1996 is also the first major disappointment of the season. Mission: Impossible, the big-screen resurrection of the popular late-'60s/early-'70s series, fails to generate much in the way of excitement or intrigue. This globetrotting adventure looks like an opportunity for Tom Cruise to play James Bond a role he is totally unsuited for. The writing for last year's 007 return, GoldenEye, isn't a lot better than that for Mission: Impossible, but, as an action hero, Pierce Brosnan is considerably more debonair and charismatic than Cruise.
He heard that whenever a woman was to blame for a disappointment, the best way to avoid a scene was to inculpate oneself.