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Lonelier Quotes By James Warren

If Jesus' death is different, it is not because he suffered more than other martyrs, either physically or spiritually, nor because his death was lonelier, or more humiliating, or more gruesome (despite Mel Gibson's heroic attempt to render it so). This common idea is quite mistaken. Such considerations are not what make Jesus' death unique. The uniqueness of his death is found in its meaning — James Warren

Lonelier Quotes By Sofia Grey

Lying in bed next to the wrong woman is a million times lonelier than lying in bed alone. — Sofia Grey

Lonelier Quotes By Jill Lepore

Few American presidents have been unhappier or lonelier in office than Woodrow Wilson. — Jill Lepore

Lonelier Quotes By Zvi Kolitz

There are people, moreover, for whom even the absence of God is absent, who are shaken not by the privation of providence but by the privation of the privation, who live in a completely ungoverned and unconsoling world. To use the terms of another religious existentialist of Judaism against him: there is a man who is lonelier than the lonely man of faith, and he is the lonely man of no faith. — Zvi Kolitz

Lonelier Quotes By Theodore Sturgeon

There is in certain living souls a quality of loneliness unspeakable, so great it must be shared as company is shared by lesser beings. Such a loneliness is mine; so know by this that in immensity there is one lonelier than you. — Theodore Sturgeon

Lonelier Quotes By Aleksandr Voinov

I've never woken to another's body in the same bed, not since I was a child. There is something about it that makes waking up alone seem unnatural. Man is not meant to be alone, yet men like us (or maybe men like me) appear to be lonelier than others. — Aleksandr Voinov

Lonelier Quotes By Don DeLillo

It's the kind of human junk that deepens the landscape, makes it sadder and lonelier and places a vague sad subjective regret at the edge of your response - not regret so much as a sense of time's own esthetic, how strange and still and beautiful a chunk of concrete can be, lived in fleetingly and abandoned, the soul of wilderness signed by men and women passing through. — Don DeLillo

Lonelier Quotes By Shubhrata Prakash

The more you withdraw, the more isolated you become and the lonelier you feel. If, at any point, you test the waters and try to break your isolation by venturing into society, some moron you trusted will say something insensitive, and you will run back to the safety of your isolated cocoon. And your loneliness just grows and grows. — Shubhrata Prakash

Lonelier Quotes By Catherynne M Valente

For witches, there is but one King and one Palace - the one who has wronged them, and the house in which he lives. In fairness, Kings are often quite as dense, calling themselves sacred vessels and masters of all things above and below when in fact they command a few patches of lonely dirt with even lonelier houses sitting upon them. — Catherynne M Valente

Lonelier Quotes By Leonard Cohen

A teacher I once had told me that the older you get, the lonelier you become and the deeper the love you need. Loneliness creates an appetite for deeper love, and the entire predicament deepens. And as a result of suffering, your capacity to love deeply increases. — Leonard Cohen

Lonelier Quotes By Julie Buxbaum

There's nothing lonelier than a hand on glass. Maybe because it's so rarely reciprocated. — Julie Buxbaum

Lonelier Quotes By Natalie Lloyd

Mama glanced up at the lonesome moon. The moon glowed down over her face like it was very happy to be noticed.
'I can't imagine anybody or anything lonelier than that midnight moon,' said Mama. 'That'd be awful - sitting up against ten thousand stars without arms to reach out and hold a single one. — Natalie Lloyd

Lonelier Quotes By Denis Johnson

What could be lonelier than trying to communicate? — Denis Johnson

Lonelier Quotes By Stephen Marche

We have never been more detached from one another, or lonelier. In a world consumed by ever more novel modes of socializing, we have less and less actual society. We live in an accelerating contradiction: The more connected we become, the lonelier we are. — Stephen Marche

Lonelier Quotes By Peter Carey

I had known loneliness before, and emptiness upon the moor, but I had never been a NOTHING, a nothing floating on a nothing, known by nothing, lonelier and colder than the space between the stars. It was more frightening than being dead. — Peter Carey

Lonelier Quotes By Anonymous

The greater the proportion of online interactions, the lonelier you are, — Anonymous

Lonelier Quotes By Ernest Hemingway,

There is no lonelier man than a writer when he's writing, except the suicide. — Ernest Hemingway,

Lonelier Quotes By Harold S. Kushner

That is why we have to make room in our lives for people who may sometimes disappoint or exasperate us. If we hold our friends to a standard of perfection, or if they do that to us, we will end up far lonelier than we want to be. — Harold S. Kushner

Lonelier Quotes By Sasa Stanisic

The dead are lonelier than the living ever can be. They can't hear each other through coffins and the earth ... When I die I'd like to be buried in a mass grave. In a mass grave I wouldn't be afraid of the dark, and I'd be lonely only because my grandson will be missing me, the way I miss Grandpa Slavko now. — Sasa Stanisic

Lonelier Quotes By Mitch Albom

At that moment i felt lonelier than i'd ever felt before, and that loneliness seemed to squat in my lungs and crush all but my most minimal breathing. There was nothing left to say. Not about this. Not about anything. — Mitch Albom

Lonelier Quotes By Tennessee Williams

Living with someone you love can be lonelier than living entirely alone, if the one that you love doesn't love you. — Tennessee Williams

Lonelier Quotes By Mary Barnett Gilson

The higher one climbs the lonelier one is. — Mary Barnett Gilson

Lonelier Quotes By Winna Efendi

Because sometimes it's being in a crowd that makes you feel lonelier than when you're alone. — Winna Efendi

Lonelier Quotes By Wilfrido D. Nolledo

It flew away, whatever it was, and now he squinted up and remembered that it was the first time in a long spell he had seen the sky, and he thought: It is longer, lonelier and lovelier than any of my prayers. — Wilfrido D. Nolledo

Lonelier Quotes By Mhairi McFarlane

Being with the wrong person is lonelier than being on your own. Or it's as lonely, in a different way, — Mhairi McFarlane

Lonelier Quotes By Makoto Shinkai

It must really be a lonelier journey than anyone could imagine. Cutting through absolute darkness, encountering nothing but the occasional hydrogen atom. Flying blindly into the abyss, believing therein lie the answers to the mysteries of the universe. — Makoto Shinkai

Lonelier Quotes By Takuboku Ishikawa

When I breathe,
This sound in my chest
Lonelier than the winter wind — Takuboku Ishikawa

Lonelier Quotes By Margaret Mead

There is no lonelier person than the one who lives with a spouse with whom he or she cannot communicate. — Margaret Mead

Lonelier Quotes By David Lubar

But at least this got Mouth thinking about how his loneliness wasn't unique. We all suffered. And I guess we all had good times too. Man - if every person who ever felt lonely killed himself, the world would be littered with corpses. And far lonelier. — David Lubar

Lonelier Quotes By Gary Hume

I do think you get lonelier and lonelier being an artist as you get older. — Gary Hume

Lonelier Quotes By Amrit Sinha

For the first time Vishal had understood what success truly meant. It came at a cost. It came at the expense of others' failure. It did not necessarily merit one's integrity, passion or zeal. It did not worry about the method either. It could not be swapped, lent or borrowed. It was a lonelier place. Smile to a mere few at expense of several heartbreaks. Yet if success was that important, he needed to value it. Life is cruel.

- Beginning with a Comma, Ch 10 — Amrit Sinha

Lonelier Quotes By Lillian Hellman

Lonely people, in talking to each other, can make each other lonelier. — Lillian Hellman

Lonelier Quotes By Jonathan Safran Foer

Deep down, the young are lonelier than the old.' I read that in a book somewhere and it's stuck in my head. Maybe it's true. Maybe it's not true. More likely, the young and the old are lonely in different ways, in their own ways ... — Jonathan Safran Foer

Lonelier Quotes By Charles Dickens

A spirit that was once a man could hardly feel stranger or lonelier, going unrecognized among mankind, than I feel. — Charles Dickens

Lonelier Quotes By Lou Dorfsman

Creativity is essentially a lonely art. An even lonelier struggle. To some a blessing. To others a curse. It is in reality the ability to reach inside yourself and drag forth from your very soul an idea. — Lou Dorfsman

Lonelier Quotes By John Marsden

There's nothing lonelier than grief. Sometimes I wanted to cry out to them all in the middle of History "Please please look at me help me can't you see how unhappy I am?"
But what would have happened? They would have gathered round making soothing noises helping me out of the room maybe offering me tissues ... and none of that would touch the deep dark ocean that circled silently inside. They could not see it touch it stop it. I didn't know any way to do that. — John Marsden

Lonelier Quotes By David Foster Wallace

That having sex with someone you do not care for feels lonelier than not having sex in the first place, afterward.
That it is permissible to want.
That everybody is identical in their secret unspoken belief that way deep down they are different from everyone else. That this isn't necessarily perverse.
That there might not be angels, but there are people who might as well be angels.
That God - unless you're Charlton Heston, or unhinged, or both - speaks and acts entirely through the vehicle of human beings, if there is a God.
That God might regard the issue of whether you believe there's a God or not as fairly low on his/her/its list of things s/he/it's interested in re you. — David Foster Wallace

Lonelier Quotes By Fiona Apple

When you're surrounded by all these people, it can be lonelier than when you're by yourself. You can be in a huge crowd, but if you don't feel like you can trust anyone or talk to anybody, you feel like you're really alone. — Fiona Apple

Lonelier Quotes By Alexis Harrington

I don't think there's a lonelier feeling than being with someone who has stopped caring. — Alexis Harrington

Lonelier Quotes By Stefan Molyneux

There's nothing lonelier than empty relationships. At least when you're alone you can be yourself, but when you're in empty relationships you can't even be yourself.
You can be real alone, or you can be a ghost with false friends.
Pulse proximity is not intimacy, and it's worse than no friends at all. — Stefan Molyneux

Lonelier Quotes By Helen Simonson

At our age, surely there are better things to sustain us, to sustain a marriage, than the brief flame of passion?" ... "You are mistaken, Ernest," she said at last. "There is only the passionate spark. Without it, two people living together may be lonelier than if they lived quite alone. — Helen Simonson

Lonelier Quotes By Paula Hawkins

I felt isolated in my misery. I became lonely, so I drank a bit, and then a bit more, and then I became lonelier, because no one likes being around a drunk. I lost and I drank and I drank and I lost. — Paula Hawkins

Lonelier Quotes By Andrea Cremer

Just as a fever makes cold feel colder, love can make loneliness feel lonelier. — Andrea Cremer

Lonelier Quotes By Tennessee Williams

Make this decision today. Will you be a good and honest writer, or would you rather be famous, loved, noticed? Tell me, because there are different paths for these two divergent goals. The decision to be a true artist is lonelier and slower, but it will lead to better work and, I think, a better life. Very rarely you will be a good and honest writer and also know a little comfort and some attention and the well wishes of a crowd. This is very rare. — Tennessee Williams

Lonelier Quotes By Richard Ford

They may already know too much about their mother and father
nothing being more factual than divorce, where so much has to be explained and worked through intelligently (though they have tried to stay equable). I've noticed this is often the time when children begin calling their parents by their first names, becoming little ironists after their parents' faults. What could be lonelier for a parent than to be criticized by his child on a first-name basis? — Richard Ford

Lonelier Quotes By Jonathan Hull

I've always judged places and times by how lonely they felt. The entire Midwest, for example, strikes me as horrifically lonely, Indiana more so than Wisconsin and Wisconsin more so than Ohio or Illinois. Coasts are dependably less lonely than inland areas while the warmer latitudes are noticeably less lonely than the colder ones. Hardware stores feel lonely while bookstores do not. Mornings are lonelier than afternoons, while the hours before dawn can be devastating. Vienna is lonelier than Paris or London, while Los Angeles is lonelier than San Francisco or Boston. The Atlantic Ocean is lonelier than the Pacific while the Caribbean is not lonely at all... — Jonathan Hull

Lonelier Quotes By Gilbert K. Chesterton

The old idea that the joke was not good enough for the company has been superseded by the new aristocratic idea that the company was not worthy of the joke. They have introduced an almost insane individualism into that one form of intercourse which is specially and uproariously communal. They have made even levities into secrets. They have made laughter lonelier than tears. — Gilbert K. Chesterton

Lonelier Quotes By Giovanna Fletcher

Back at home I spent so much time on my own, but never once felt lonely. Here, even though I see hundreds more people each day, I've never felt lonelier. — Giovanna Fletcher

Lonelier Quotes By Sylvia Plath

There is something demoralizing about watching two people get more and more crazy about each other, especially when you are the only extra person in the room. It's like watching Paris from an express caboose heading in the opposite direction
every second the city gets smaller and smaller, only you feel it's really you getting smaller and smaller and lonelier and lonelier, rushing away from all those lights and excitement at about a million miles an hour. — Sylvia Plath

Lonelier Quotes By Bill Hayes

I, soaking in the bath, O on the toilet, talking, talking about what he's been thinking and writing- short personal pieces, a memoir perhaps. He had brought with him two pillows to sit on and a very large red apple. He opens his mouth wide and takes a gigantic bite. I watch him chewing for quite a while. After he finishes, 'Bite me off a piece', I say. He does so, dislodges the apple from his mouth, and puts the piece in my mouth. We keep talking. I add more hot water. Every other bite, he gives to me.
There is a quiet moment, and then, seemingly apropos of nothing, O says: 'I am glad to be on planet Earth with you. It would be so much lonelier otherwise.'
I reach for his hand and hold it,
'I, too,' I say. — Bill Hayes

Lonelier Quotes By William Shatner

There was nothing lonelier than a man with a million friends. — William Shatner

Lonelier Quotes By Ernest Hemingway,

There is no lonelier man in death, except the suicide, than that man who has lived many years with a good wife and then outlived her. If two people love each other there can be no happy end to it. — Ernest Hemingway,

Lonelier Quotes By Colm Toibin

She was lonely without Blunt, but she was lonelier at the idea that the world went on as though she had not loved him. — Colm Toibin

Lonelier Quotes By Kelli Russell Agodon

I wonder if I might be lonelier
if I didn't have loneliness — Kelli Russell Agodon

Lonelier Quotes By Jane Green

And, then, sometime between December 26 and January 1, the festivity ends and I straggle back to my apartment feeling exhausted, broke, and somehow lonelier than before. This is when I start wondering if it might not be better for everyone if Christmas were an event staged every four years, like the Olympics. But — Jane Green

Lonelier Quotes By Andrew Bird

I've always been fascinated and stared at maps for hours as a kid. I've especially been most intrigued by the uninhabited or lonelier places on the planet. Like Greenland, for instance, or just recently flying over Alaska and a chain of icy, mountainous islands, uninhabited. — Andrew Bird

Lonelier Quotes By Edgar Cantero

This silence here was somewhat heavier, lonelier than the preceding one. The former was an elevator silence; this one was a walking-through-the-woods-by-night silence. — Edgar Cantero

Lonelier Quotes By Y.G. Levimor

Of all people, you, a bona fide misanthrope, have become the prophet of light and love for the masses. You manage to reach so many people, and still you're lonelier than you have ever been. You embrace the universe, and then go to sleep on your lonesome inside your four walls. You dope your audience on kitsch and nonsense about humility, and all the while you actually idolize yourself. — Y.G. Levimor

Lonelier Quotes By Kahlil Gibran

We wanderers, ever seeking the lonelier way, begin no day where we have ended another day; and no sunrise finds us where sunset left us. Even while the earth sleeps we travel. We are the seeds of the tenacious plant, and it is in our ripeness and our fullness of heart that we are given to the wind and are scattered. — Kahlil Gibran

Lonelier Quotes By Ayn Rand

The road was dark, edged with trees. Looking up, he could see a few leaves against the stars; the leaves were twisted and dry, ready to fall. There were distant lights in the windows of houses scattered through the countryside; but the lights made the road seem lonelier.
He never felt loneliness except when he was happy. — Ayn Rand

Lonelier Quotes By Donna Tartt

Nothing is lonelier or more disorienting than insomnia. — Donna Tartt

Lonelier Quotes By Aleida Guevara March

There is nothing lonelier than adventure. — Aleida Guevara March

Lonelier Quotes By Toni Sorenson

If you want to feel the truest spirit of Christmas, go out and find someone sadder than you, lonelier than you, poorer than you ... and give what you can in a smile, in time, in compassion. The best Christmases always require the gift of self. — Toni Sorenson

Lonelier Quotes By Rebecca Solnit

For [Jane Austen and the readers of Pride and Prejudice], as for Mr. Darcy, [Elizabeth Bennett's] solitary walks express the independence that literally takes the heroine out of the social sphere of the houses and their inhabitants, into a larger, lonelier world where she is free to think: walking articulates both physical and mental freedom. — Rebecca Solnit

Lonelier Quotes By Tahereh Mafi

I've been here before, I tell myself. I've been lonelier than this, more hopeless than this, more desperate than this. I've been here before and I survived. I can get through this. — Tahereh Mafi

Lonelier Quotes By Samantha Sotto

She just couldn't bear to listen to the echo inside her chest. Nothing was lonelier than the limping beat of half a heart. — Samantha Sotto

Lonelier Quotes By Walter M. Miller Jr.

Be for Man the memory of Earth and Origin. Remember this Earth. Never forget her, but - never come back. If you come back, you might meet the Archangel at the east end of Earth, guarding her passes with a sword of flame. I feel it. Space is your home hereafter. It's a lonelier desert than ours. God bless you, and pray for us. — Walter M. Miller Jr.

Lonelier Quotes By Ali Shariati

The more man realises his humanity, the lonelier he feels. — Ali Shariati

Lonelier Quotes By Eloisa James

Life without a phone is riskier, lonelier, more vivid. — Eloisa James

Lonelier Quotes By Germaine Greer

Many a housewife staring at the back of her husband's newspaper, or listening to his breathing in bed is lonelier than any spinster in a rented room. — Germaine Greer

Lonelier Quotes By Sylvia Plath

Every second the city gets smaller and smaller, only you feel it's really you getting smaller and smaller and lonelier and lonelier, rushing away from all those lights and that excitement at about a million miles and hour. — Sylvia Plath

Lonelier Quotes By Harper Lee

Mayella Ewell must have been the loneliest person in the world. She was even lonelier than Boo Radley, who had not been out of the house in twenty-five years. — Harper Lee

Lonelier Quotes By Beau Biden

Just because you think the path that's right for you might be lonelier, longer or less destined for traditional success than paths taken by others, don't be afraid to take it. If you choose your means well you will end up in the right place. — Beau Biden

Lonelier Quotes By Norman Vincent Peale

She said that whenever she feels the old insidious chill of loneliness beginning to creep back into her life, she picks up the phone and calls someone who may be lonelier than she is. — Norman Vincent Peale

Lonelier Quotes By Peter Nichols

The likelihood of meeting anyone who wouldn't make him feel even lonelier seemed increasingly remote. Life was a dwindling process now, not a building proposition. He couldn't imagine being with someone new, opening up, feeling appreciated and understood, without having to explain his dubious non sequiturs and increasingly arcane or redundant frame of reference. — Peter Nichols

Lonelier Quotes By Sam Gayton

The only thing lonelier than travelling is standing still. — Sam Gayton

Lonelier Quotes By E. Nesbit

It is not, Dear, because I am alone, For I am lonelier when the rest are near, But that my place against your heart has grown Too dear to dream of when you are not here. — E. Nesbit

Lonelier Quotes By Michiko Kakutani

Technology offers the illusion of companionship without the demands of intimacy, and communication without emotional risk, while actually making people feel lonelier and more overwhelmed.

"A song that became popular on YouTube in 2010, 'Do You Want to Date My Avatar?' ends with the lyrics 'And if you think I'm not the one, log off, log off, and we'll be done.' "

from a review of Alone Together by S. Turkle — Michiko Kakutani

Lonelier Quotes By Hayley Williams

Don't let ignorance blind you. Open your eyes, heart and your mind. And if you're feeling alone, know that the world can be a lonely place, but it would be lonelier without you in it. — Hayley Williams

Lonelier Quotes By Emily Maguire

It was disconcerting that being in love felt lonelier than lonelines. — Emily Maguire

Lonelier Quotes By Aimee Bender

Twice I'd come home as they were finishing, and, honestly, I cannot think of a lonelier sound on a Saturday night than one's roommate having a giant orgasm and then making an embarrassed sssh sound, realizing that maybe through her pleasure she'd heard the front door open and close. — Aimee Bender

Lonelier Quotes By Michael Cunningham

Who wouldn't want to fuck these people up? Which of us does not understand, in our own less presentable depths, the demons and wizards compelled to persecute human mutations clearly meant, by deities thinking only of their own entertainment, to make almost everyone feel even lonelier and homelier, more awkward, more doubtful and blamed, than we actually are? — Michael Cunningham

Lonelier Quotes By Osho

There is no one lonelier than God! — Osho

Lonelier Quotes By Mary Ann Shaffer

I don't want to be married just to be married. I can't think of anything lonelier than spending the rest of my life with someone I can't talk to, or worse, someone I can't be silent with. — Mary Ann Shaffer

Lonelier Quotes By Hermann Hesse

This change did not bring me into the community of the others, did not make me closer to anyone, but actually made me even lonelier. My reformation seemed to point in the direction of
Demian, but even this was a distant fate. I did not know myself, for I was too deeply involved. It had begun
with Beatrice, but for some time I had been living in such an unreal world with my paintings and my thoughts
of Demian that I'd forgotten all about her, too. I could not have uttered a single word about my dreams and
expectations, my inner change, to anyone, not even if I had wanted to. But how could I have wanted to? — Hermann Hesse

Lonelier Quotes By Haruki Murakami

There is one thing I can say for certain: the older a person gets, the lonelier he becomes. It's true for everyone. But maybe that isn't wrong. What I mean is, in a sense our lives are nothing more than a series of stages to help us get used to loneliness. That being the case, there's no reason to complain. And besides who would be complaint to anyway? (A Walk To Kobe, Granta 124: Travel) — Haruki Murakami

Lonelier Quotes By Rollo May

We find a giant like Picasso shifting in his own lifetime from style to style, partly as a reflection of the shifting character of the last four decades in Western society, and partly like a man dialing a ship's radio on the ocean, trying vainly to find the wave length on which he can talk to his fellow men. But the artists, and the rest of us too, remain spiritually isolated and at sea, and so we cover up our loneliness by chattering with other people about the things we do have language for - the world series, business affairs, the latest news reports. Our deeper emotional experiences are pushed further away, and we tend, thus, to become emptier and lonelier. — Rollo May

Lonelier Quotes By Sherman Alexie

Mostly, I just think Mr. P is a lonely old man who used to be a lonely young man. And for some reason I don't understand, lonely white people love to hang around lonelier Indians. — Sherman Alexie

Lonelier Quotes By Louis De Bernieres

The only thing more pitiful than a middle-aged punk is a white Rastafarian. I did meet one of those once, and he was lonelier than I was. — Louis De Bernieres

Lonelier Quotes By Megan Rich

It came as a surprise to us, as I suspect it does to many, that marriage changed us. We'd felt as though we'd always had those rings, wrapped about our fingers, like the scraggly garlands of those first, revelatory conversations. But those real rings, wooden as they were, began to set their roots, and that settling, the calming feeling of having been planted into the same plot to flourish, was a relief from that once-nagging question of loneliness. No matter what happened now, even if we'd found ourselves lonelier than we'd ever been, we'd know that that plot of land was our own to cultivate. Each moment was now a dual-moment, each of our lives a dual-life. The open road, that atlas, the open-faced moon and that wine were the first conscious recognitions of our floating life. One that perhaps we'd have created on our own, but now no longer had to. — Megan Rich

Lonelier Quotes By Elie Wiesel

I think he is condemned by himself to loneliness. God is One: he was, he is, he will be always One. One is so lonely. Maybe that is why he created human beings
to feel less lonely. But as human beings betray his creation, he may become even lonelier. — Elie Wiesel

Lonelier Quotes By Sara Miles

Conversion was turning out to be quite far from the greeting-card moment promised by televangelists, when Jesus steps into your life, personally saves you, and becomes your lucky charm forever. Instead, it was socially and politically awkward, as well as profoundly confusing. I wasn't struck with any sudden conviction that I now understood the "truth." If anything, I was just crabbier, lonelier, and more destabilized. — Sara Miles

Lonelier Quotes By Emily Dickinson

It might be lonelier
Without the Loneliness -
I'm so accustomed to my Fate -
Perhaps the Other - Peace -
Would interrupt the Dark -
And crowd the little Room -
Too scant - by Cubits - to contain
The Sacrament - of Him -
I am not used to Hope -
It might intrude upon -
Its sweet parade - blaspheme the place -
Ordained to Suffering -
It might be easier
To fail - with Land in Sight -
Than gain - My Blue Peninsula -
To perish - of Delight - — Emily Dickinson

Lonelier Quotes By Matt Haig

If you are the type of person who thinks too much about stuff then there is nothing lonelier in the world than being surrounded by a load of people on a different wavelength. — Matt Haig

Lonelier Quotes By Arthur C. Clarke

He was alone in an airless, partially disabled ship, all communication with Earth cut off. There was not another human being within half a billion miles. And yet, in one very real sense, he was not alone. Before he could be safe, he must be lonelier still. — Arthur C. Clarke

Lonelier Quotes By Frances Ridley Havergal

Seldom can the heart be lonely,
If it seek a lonelier still;
Self-forgetting, seeking only
Emptier cups of love to fill. — Frances Ridley Havergal

Lonelier Quotes By Demetri Martin

They say it's lonely at the top. It must be even lonelier at the tippy top. — Demetri Martin

Lonelier Quotes By Flannery O'Connor

People only make us lonelier by reminding us of God. — Flannery O'Connor

Lonelier Quotes By William Rounseville Alger

The human heart has a sigh lonelier than the cry of the bittern. — William Rounseville Alger

Lonelier Quotes By Ian Sansom

If you're going to be a writer, you're going to write because you have to. It's not like other arts and not nearly as rewarding because it's a lot lonelier, and most of the time it's just you alone in a dark room or a coffee shop. But a lot of writers have to write because they're writing for themselves, so whether or not someone sees your work or not- they're still writing because they absolutely have to. — Ian Sansom