Quotations About / On:
You must go on, I can't go on, I'll go on. (Samuel Beckett (1906-1989), Irish dramatist, novelist. First published in 1958. The narrator, in The Unnamable, p. 179, Grove Press (1970).
These are the last words in The Unnamable.)
Go, go to your business, I say, pleasure, whilst I go to my pleasure, business. (William Wycherley (1640-1716), British dramatist. repr. In Plays of William Wycherley, ed. W.C. Ward (1888). Sir Jaspar Fidget, in The Country Wife, act 2 (1675).)
As the family goes, so goes the nation and so goes the whole world in which we live. (John Paul II [Karol Wojtyla] (b. 1920), Polish ecclesiastic, pope. quoted in Observer (London, Dec. 7, 1986).)
His memory is like wares at the auctiongoing, going, and anon it will be gone. (Herman Melville (1819-1891), U.S. author. "Jack Gentian" (posthumous), p. 371, Billy Budd and Other Prose Pieces, The Works of Herman Melville, vol. 13, ed. Raymond M. Weaver (1924).
Spoken by "a young Croesus" about Jack Gentian.)
Life goes on, long after the thrill of living has gone. (John Cougar)
Sometimes it's better to let food go to waste than to let food go to waist. (I came up with this this morning. It's almost too good to be original with me, but I've never seen it elsewhere.)
The pathway of life is long and I have to go, have to go. (Moving on the pathway of life)
The path of life is long and I have to go, I have to go. (The unknown path of life)
It's going to be whatever it's going to be. (Etienne Charilaou)
“Love goes away when your mind goes away and then youre someone else.” (Blood and Guts in High School)