Tamzin Outhwaite quotes

  • I have loved and bitterness left me for that hour. But there are times when love itself is bitter.

  • It is always easy to be logical. It is almost impossible to be logical to the bitter end.

  • So true is it that all sin is ultimately against the Lord; so bitter is the root of self.

  • Even before Melanchthon sank into his grave, he was dismayed at seeing Lutheranism stiffen into dogmas and formulas, and heartbroken by a persecution from his fellow-Protestants more bitter than anything he had ever experienced from Catholics.

  • In all her twisted perfection she had made me fall helplessly in love with her. A life without her in it seemed pointless.

  • Fate has a twisted sense of humor.

  • ... not once more will/I be found with beings/who swallowed the rail of life//And one day I found myself with beings/who swallowed the nail of life/-as soon as I lost my matrix mamma,//and the being twisted under him,/and god poured me back to her/(the motherfucker)...

  • But I have my life, I’m living it. It’s twisted, exhausting, uncertain, and full of guilt, but nonetheless, there’s something there.

  • And may God be merciful, because these twisted men will not.

  • Conditioning obstructs our view of reality. We do not see IT in its suchness because of our indoctrination, crooked and twisted.