Quotes by depression
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German Protestant theologist, philosopher 1886-1965
Depression is rage spread thin.
American journalist and filmmaker
In the United States in the 20th century, every major event that America was going through, there was a boxer who seemed to symbolically represent it, from slavery to the Vietnam War to the Depression - all the way along, you just seemed to have boxers that carried the narrative.
American politician and actor 1911-2004
A recession is when your neighbor loses his job. A depression is when you lose yours.Source: Speech, 01-09-1980
American author and correspondent 1961-
All the way back in 1999, when I first stumbled upon the idea of a project tracking John Dillinger and Baby Face Nelson and all the major Depression-era bank robbers, I thought the subject was too big to be a single book. Instead, with a friend's help, I pitched the idea as a miniseries to HBO. To my amazement, they bought it.
English writer 1959-
Art saved me; it got me through my depression and self-loathing, back to a place of innocence.
American civil servant 1964-
At a time when going to college has never been more important, it's never been more expensive, and our nation's families haven't been in this kind of financial duress since the great depression. And so what we have is just sort of a miraculous opportunity simply by stopping the subsidy to banks when we already have the risk of loans. We can plow those savings into our students. And we can make college dramatically more affordable, tens of billions of dollars over the next decade.
Irish singer-songwriter, author, political activist 1951-
But if somebody dies, if something happens to you, there is a normal process of depression, it is part of being human, and some people view it as a learning experience etc.
Icelandic singer, songwriter and actress 1965-
Compared to America or Europe, God isn't a big part of our lives here. I don't know anyone here who goes to church when he's had a rough divorce or is going through depression. We go out into nature instead.
Greek philosopher 580 BC - 504 BC
Concern should drive us into action and not into a depression. No man is free who cannot control himself.
Canadian singer-songwriter 1943-
Depression can be the sand that makes the pearl.
American-born Canadian novelist 1935-2003
Depression is like a bruise that never goes away. A bruise in your mind. You just got to be careful not to touch it where it hurts. It's always there, though.
American writer, filmmaker, teacher, and political activist 1933-2004
Depression is melancholy minus its charms - the animation, the fits.
Depression is not interesting to watch.
Depression is the inability to construct a future.
American novelist and essayist 1955-
Depression is when you think there's nothing to be done. Fortunately I always think there's something to be done.