Quotes from Sept jours pour une éternité...

Marc Levy ·  281 pages

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“Il suffit d’une minuscule graine d’espoir pour planter tout un champ de bonheur… et d’un peu de patience pour lui laisser le temps de pousser.”
― Marc Levy, quote from Sept jours pour une éternité...

“[Dieu:] Est-ce vraiment moi qui ai inventé l'amour, ou est-ce l'amour qui m'a inventé?”
― Marc Levy, quote from Sept jours pour une éternité...

“Cuceririle amoroase sunt cele mai egoiste dintre cruciade.”
― Marc Levy, quote from Sept jours pour une éternité...

“Savoir simplement que tu es là quelque part sur cette terre sera, dans mon enfer, mon petit coin de paradis.”
― Marc Levy, quote from Sept jours pour une éternité...

“– Tu t'es beaucoup ennuyée?
– Soixante-quatre voitures sont passées dans ta rue, dont dix-neuf vertes!”
― Marc Levy, quote from Sept jours pour une éternité...

“Fiecare oglindă îţi oferă imaginea unui spectacol jucat fără niciun spectator, în care actriţa e propria-ţi mizerie.”
― Marc Levy, quote from Sept jours pour une éternité...

“Lucrul cel mai bun din noi e ascuns pe undeva şi trebuie să-i dăm o mână de ajutor ca să-şi deschidă aripile, nu să le sufoce.”
― Marc Levy, quote from Sept jours pour une éternité...

“L'amore è una particella di speranza, l'eterno rinnovarsi del mondo, il sentiero della terra promessa, colui che trova la sua metà diventi più completo dell'umanità intera. non è l'uomo che è unico in se stesso, è nel momento in cui comincia ad amare che lo diventa.”
― Marc Levy, quote from Sept jours pour une éternité...

About the author

Marc Levy
Born place: in Boulogne-Billancourt, France
Born date October 16, 2018
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