Quotations About / On:
What breaks capitalism, all that will ever break capitalism, is capitalists. The faster they run the more strain on their heart.
(Raymond Williams (1921-1988), British novelist, critic. Monkey Pitter, in Loyalties, pt. 3, ch. 2 (1985).
This was Williams's last novel.)
'If you think your life is broken, pick it up and continue the journey. On your way, look out for a mender to fix it. Because remember, it is broken, not lost. A broken life is still a life, and one day, it will be fixed by the right person at the right time.'
Doalogue breaks the ice and tears down barriers.
We are made by what breaks us
Happiness is never built at the expense of a broken heart
Sin destroys the micro-kingdoms in your body; breaking you down and, making you sick!
We are nice; but we're broken.
The day you broke up with me, I know How much I loved you
My world started breaking, with the way you've been cheating.
Love isn't magical or good, its bad, it breaks us and pushes us to death