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75+ Famous Inspirational Quotes of Samuel Beckett

Famous Inspirational Quotes of Samuel Beckett

Samuel Barclay Beckett was an Irish novelist, playwright, short story writer, theatre director, poet, and literary translator who lived in Paris for most of his adult life. He wrote in both English and French. Wikipedia

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Inspirational Quotes of Samuel Beckett :

They give birth astride of a grave, the light gleams an instant, then it’s night once more. -Samuel Beckett

Don’t wait to be hunted to hide, that’s always been my motto. -Samuel Beckett

If I was dead, I wouldn’t know I was dead. That’s the only thing I have against death. I want to enjoy my death. -Samuel Beckett

We are all born mad. Some remain so. -Samuel Beckett

past moments old dreams back again or fresh like those that pass or things things always and memories I say them as I hear them murmur them in the mud -Samuel Beckett

Better hope deferred than none. -Samuel Beckett

God is a witness that cannot be sworn. -Samuel Beckett

Have you not done tormenting me with your accursed time! It’s abominable! When! When! One day, is that not enough for you, one day he went dumb, one day I went blind, one day we’ll go deaf, one day we were born, one day we shall die, the same day, the same second, is that not enough for you? -Samuel Beckett

all these calculations yes explanations yes the whole story from beginning to end yes completely false yes -Samuel Beckett

Let us not waste our time in idle discourse! -Samuel Beckett

Our vulgar perception is not concerned with other than vulgar phenomena. -Samuel Beckett

I pause to record that I feel in extraordinary form. Delirium perhaps. -Samuel Beckett

My mistakes are my life. -Samuel Beckett

Where I am, I don’t know, I’ll never know, in the silence you don’t know, you must go on, I can’t go on, I’ll go on. -Samuel Beckett

There’s man all over for you, blaming on his boots the faults of his feet. -Samuel Beckett

In me there have always been two fools, among others, one asking nothing better than to stay where he is and the other imagining that life might be slightly less horrible a little further on. -Samuel Beckett

If by Godot I had meant God I would have said God, and not Godot. -Samuel Beckett

another story leave it dark no the same story not two stories leave it dark all the same like the rest a little darker a few words all the same a few old words like for the rest stop panting let it stop -Samuel Beckett

Ah, the old questions, the old answers, there’s nothing like them! -Samuel Beckett

All this business of a labour to accomplish, before I can end, of words to say, a truth to recover, in order to say it, before I can end, of an imposed task, once known, long neglected, finally forgotten, to perform, before I can be done with speaking, done with listening, I invented it all, in the hope it would console me, help me to go on, allow me to think of myself as somewhere on a road, moving, between a beginning and an end, gaining ground, losing ground, getting lost, but somehow in the long run making headway. -Samuel Beckett

Every word is like an unnecessary stain on silence and nothingness. -Samuel Beckett

You’re on Earth. There’s no cure for that. -Samuel Beckett

The sun shone, having no alternative, on the nothing new. -Samuel Beckett

they are not memories no he has no memories no nothing to prove he was ever above no in the places he sees no but he may have been yes skulking somewhere yes hugging the walls yes by night yes he can’t affirm anything no deny anything no so one can’t speak of memories no but at the same time one can speak of them yes -Samuel Beckett

Nothing is more real than nothing. -Samuel Beckett

To restore silence is the role of objects. -Samuel Beckett

The only sin is the sin of being born. -Samuel Beckett

Normally I didn’t see a great deal. I didn’t hear a great deal either. I didn’t pay attention. Strictly speaking I wasn’t there. Strictly speaking I believe I’ve never been anywhere. -Samuel Beckett

those words of old in their place of old end of part three and last present formulation at the end before the silence the panting without pause the animal in want of air the mouth murmuring them in the mud and the continuation of old when the panting stops ten words fifteen words a murmur to the mud -Samuel Beckett

Yes, yes, it’s the most comical thing in the world. And we laugh, we laugh, with a will, in the beginning. But it’s always the same thing. Yes, it’s like the funny story we have heard too often, we still find it funny, but we don’t laugh any more. -Samuel Beckett

Tears and laughter, they are so much Gaelic to me. -Samuel Beckett

Deplorable mania, when something happens, to inquire what. -Samuel Beckett

Yesterday is not a milestone that has been passed, but a daystone on the beaten track of the years, and irremediably part of us, within us, heavy and dangerous. We are not merely more weary because of yesterday, we are other, no longer what we were before the calamity of yesterday. -Samuel Beckett

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He who has waited long enough, will wait forever. And there comes the hour when nothing more can happen and nobody more can come and all is ended but the waiting that knows itself in vain. -Samuel Beckett

in reality we are one and all from the unthinkable first to the no less unthinkable last glued together in a vast imbrication of flesh without breach or fissure -Samuel Beckett

My life, my life, now I speak of it as of something over, now as of a joke which still goes on, and it is neither, for at the same time it is over and it goes on, and is there any tense for that? Watch wound and buried by the watchmaker, before he died, whose ruined works will one day speak of God, to the worms. -Samuel Beckett

The end is in the beginning and yet you go on. -Samuel Beckett

Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better. -Samuel Beckett

The fact is, it seems, that the most you can hope is to be a little less, in the end, the creature you were in the beginning, and the middle. -Samuel Beckett

Don’t wait to be hunted to hide, that’s always been my motto. -Samuel Beckett

And once again I am I will not say alone, no, that’s not like me, but, how shall I say, I don’t know, restored to myself, no, I never left myself, free, yes, I don’t know what that means but it’s the word I mean to use, free to do what, to do nothing, to know, but what, the laws of the mind perhaps, of my mind, that for example water rises in proportion as it drowns you and that you would do better, at least no worse, to obliterate texts than to blacken margins, to fill in the holes of words till all is blank and flat and the whole ghastly business looks like what is, senseless, speechless, issueless misery. -Samuel Beckett

To restore silence is the role of objects. -Samuel Beckett

To him who has nothing it is forbidden not to relish filth. -Samuel Beckett

And truly it little matters what I say, this or that or any other thing. Saying is inventing. Wrong, very rightly wrong. You invent nothing, you think you are inventing, you think you are escaping, and all you do is stammer out your lesson, the remnants of a pensum one day got by heart and long forgotten, life without tears, as it is wept. -Samuel Beckett

The fact is, it seems, that the most you can hope is to be a little less, in the end, the creature you were in the beginning, and the middle. -Samuel Beckett

All the things you would do gladly, oh without enthusiasm, but gladly, all the things there seems no reason for your not doing, and that you do not do! Can it be we are not free? It might be worth looking into. -Samuel Beckett

It sometimes happens and will sometimes happen again that I forget who I am and strut before my eyes, like a stranger. -Samuel Beckett

Anything worse than what I do, without knowing what, or why, I have never been able to conceive, and that doesn’t surprise me, for I never tried. For had I been able to conceive something worse than what I had I would have known no peace until I got it, if I know anything about myself. -Samuel Beckett

In me there have always been two fools, among others, one asking nothing better than to stay where he is and the other imagining that life might be slightly less horrible a little further on. -Samuel Beckett

There were times when I forgot not only who I was, but that I was, forgot to be. -Samuel Beckett

What do you expect, one is what one is, partly at least. -Samuel Beckett

To know nothing is nothing, not to want to know anything likewise, but to be beyond knowing anything, to know you are beyond knowing anything, that is when peace enters in, to the soul of the incurious seeker. -Samuel Beckett

What I assert, deny, question, in the present, I still can. But mostly I shall use the various tenses of the past. For mostly I do not know, it is perhaps no longer so, it is too soon to know, I simply do not know, perhaps shall never know. -Samuel Beckett

I don’t like animals. It’s a strange thing, I don’t like men and I don’t like animals. As for God, he is beginning to disgust me. -Samuel Beckett

Unfathomable mind, now beacon, now sea. -Samuel Beckett

I was not made for the great light that devours, a dim lamp was all I had been given, and patience without end, to shine it on the empty shadows. I was a solid in the midst of other solids. -Samuel Beckett

I get up, go out, and everything is changed. The blood drains from my head, the noise of things bursting, merging, avoiding one another, assails me on all sides, my eyes search in vain for two things alike, each pinpoint of skin screams a different message, I drown in the spray of phenomena. -Samuel Beckett

There is a little of everything, apparently, in nature, and freaks are common. -Samuel Beckett

Not to want to say, not to know what you want to say, not to be able to say what you think you want to say, and never to stop saying, or hardly ever, that is the thing to keep in mind, even in the heat of composition. -Samuel Beckett

Tears and laughter, they are so much Gaelic to me. -Samuel Beckett

The tears stream down my cheeks from my unblinking eyes. What makes me weep so? From time to time. There is nothing saddening here. Perhaps it is liquefied brain. -Samuel Beckett

Deplorable mania, when something happens, to inquire what. -Samuel Beckett

In order to obtain the optimum view of what takes place in front of me, I should have to lower my eyes a little. But I lower my eyes no more. In a word, I only see what appears close beside me, what I best see I see ill. -Samuel Beckett

These things I say, and shall say, if I can, are no longer, or are not yet, or never were, or never will be, or if they were, if they are, if they will be, were not here, are not here, will not be here, but elsewhere. -Samuel Beckett

I know my eyes are open, because of the tears that pour from them unceasingly. -Samuel Beckett

Dear incomprehension, it’s thanks to you I’ll be myself, in the end. -Samuel Beckett

At no moment do I know what I’m talking about, nor of whom, nor of where, nor how, nor why, but I could employ fifty wretches for this sinister operation and still be short of the fifty-first, to close the circuit, that I know, without knowing what it means. -Samuel Beckett

The essential is to go on squirming forever at the end of the line, as long as there are waters and banks and ravening in heaven a sporting god to plague his creatures, per pro his chosen shits. -Samuel Beckett

What a joy to know where one is, and where one will stay, without being there. Nothing to do but stretch out comfortably on the rack, in the blissful knowledge you are nobody for all eternity. A pity I should have to give tongue at the same time, it prevents it from bleeding in peace, licking the lips. -Samuel Beckett

How all becomes clear and simple when one opens an eye on the within, having of course previously exposed it to the without, in order to benefit by the contrast. -Samuel Beckett

What can it matter to me, that I succeed or fail ? The undertaking is none of mine, if they want me to succeed I’ll fail, and vise versa, so as not to be rid of my tormentors. -Samuel Beckett

Bah, the latest news, the latest news is not the last. -Samuel Beckett

Yes, in my life, since we must call it so, there were three things, the inability to speak, the inability to be silent, and solitude, that’s what I’ve had to make the best of. -Samuel Beckett

This place, if I could describe this place, no place around me, there’s no end to me, I don’t know what it is, it isn’t flesh, it doesn’t end, it’s like air… -Samuel Beckett

To every man his little cross. (He sighs.) Till he dies. (Afterthought.) And is forgotten. -Samuel Beckett

We are all born mad. Some remain so. -Samuel Beckett

Have you not done tormenting me with your accursed time! It’s abominable! When! When! One day, is that not enough for you, one day he went dumb, one day I went blind, one day we’ll go deaf, one day we were born, one day we shall die, the same day, the same second, is that not enough for you? (Calmer.) They give birth astride of a grave, the light gleams an instant, then it’s night once more. -Samuel Beckett

Nothing to be done. -Samuel Beckett

Why are we here, that is the question. And we are blessed in this, that we happen to know the answer. Yes, in this immense confusion one thing alone is clear. We are waiting for Godot to come. -Samuel Beckett

We wait. We are bored. (He throws up his hand.) No, don’t protest, we are bored to death, there’s no denying it. Good. A diversion comes along and what do we do? We let it go to waste. . .In an instant all will vanish and we’ll be alone once more, in the midst of nothingness! -Samuel Beckett

 

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