Fleeting Related Quotes



Dance is an ephemeral, a fleeting art. To describe this momentum, every movement on stage, in words is virtually impossible.

Mikhail Baryshnikov


Everything is banal in experience, fleeting in duration, sordid in content; in all respects the same today as generations now dead and buried have found it to be.

Marcus Aurelius


nothing wonderful lasted forever. Joy was as fleeting as a shooting star that crossed the evening sky, ready to blink out at any moment.

Nicholas Sparks


I have read of the great wars of ages past, and men slaughtered by the tens of thousands. And we give but fleeting consideration to their deaths, for it is our nature to banish such thoughts.

Seth Grahame-smith


Here and there even in our world, and now and then, even in ourselves, we catch glimpeses of a New Creation, which, fleeting as those glipmses are apt to be, give us hope both for this life and for whatever life may await us later on.

Frederick Buechner


Life is fleeting. Don't waste a single moment of your precious life. Wake up now! And now! And now!

Ruth Ozeki


Once shame touches your being at any point, even the most distant nerve is implicated, whether you know it or not; any fleeting encounter or random thought will rake up the anguish and add to it.

Stefan Zweig


I wish to die knowing that I took a fleeting instant of eternity and fashioned from it a lifetime.

Robert Breault


When you know that something is dying inside you, you learn not to put much trust in the random vitalities of the fleeting moment.

Robert Silverberg


Love is fickle and fleeting," Tsukiko continues. "It is rarely a solid foundation for decisions to be made upon, in any game.

Erin Morgenstern