Der Acker im Herzen eines Mannes ist steiniger. Ein Mann bestellt ihn… und lässt darauf wachsen, was er kann.
The soil of a man's heart is stonier; a man grows what he can and tends it.MännerStephen King in Friedhof der Kuscheltiere
Maybe she'll learn something about what death really is, which is where the pain stops and the good memories begin. Not the end of life but the end of pain.Stephen King in Friedhof der Kuscheltiere
There is no gain without risk, perhaps no risk without love.Stephen King in Friedhof der Kuscheltiere
Only children tell the whole truth, you know. That's what makes them children.Stephen King in Friedhof der Kuscheltiere
Life sucks, then you die.Stephen King in Friedhof der Kuscheltiere
That lesson suggests that in the end, we can only find peace in our human lives by accepting the will of the universe.Stephen King in Friedhof der Kuscheltiere
Hey police? I just saw the world's oldest, slowest kid climbing into Pleasantview Cemetery. Looked like he was dying to get in. Yeah, looked like a grave matter to me. Kidding? Oh no, I'm in dead earnest. Maybe you ought to dig into it.Stephen King in Friedhof der Kuscheltiere
Was die Leute nicht bedenken, ist, dass sie erst ihre eigene Unsicherheit anzweifeln sollten, bevor sie an ihrem Herzen zweifeln.Stephen King in Friedhof der Kuscheltiere
And the most terrifying question of all may be just how much horror the human mind can stand and still maintain a wakeful, staring, unrelenting sanity.Stephen King in Friedhof der Kuscheltiere
I don't think children ever forget the lies their parents tell them.Stephen King in Friedhof der Kuscheltiere
"Oh, was Bier betrifft, lüge ich nie", sagte Crandall. "Ein Mann, der lügt, was Bier betrifft, macht sich Feinde."
"Oh, about beer I never lie," Crandall said. "A man who lies about beer makes enemies."BierStephen King in Friedhof der Kuscheltiere
It's like many other things in life, Ellie. You keep on the path and all's well. You get off it and the next thing you know you're lost if you're not lucky.Stephen King in Friedhof der Kuscheltiere
Faith is a great thing, and really religious people would like us to believe that faith and knowing are the same thing, but I don't believe that myself. Because there are too many different ideas on the subject. What we know is this: When we die, one of two things happens. Either our souls and thoughts somehow survive the experience of dying or they don't. If they do, that opens up every possibility you could think of. If they don't, it's just blotto. The end.Stephen King in Friedhof der Kuscheltiere