Either love wholeheartedly, or make a clean break.
Cherish what you should, but don’t persist in what’s not meant to be.
Take it easy, and get hurt less.
If he can bear to break your heart, you can bear to let it go. So get yourself together and live life.
Some things in life can only be learnt through experience.
It’s only when everything has passed that you realize we cling on unnecessarily to many things in life.
(omg I had a tough time thinking how to translate this one, especially 执著–any better suggestions…?)
There will come a time when you have to pack it up and go, whether you’re ready or not. Like how autumn arrives when you’re in the midst of enjoying summer.
Everything will change in the split second autumn transcends into winter – except the crystal-clear memories that forever remain in our minds.
Cherish the happiness while you still have it, not only after it’s gone.
Because there may never be another who would so readily devote their heart and soul.
Life is like a train, and there’s always people getting on and off at each station.
You might meet many people on board, but when the time comes for you to alight, the only thing you’ll remember is the way home.
There are those who stay by your side forever, only to be neglected by you the whole time. Then there are those who are gone in a split second but change you for life. And there are those who live solely for your happiness, only to be given the cold shoulder. There are also those who brought you fleeting moments of joy, but earned your eternal desire. Last but not least, there are those who try for n times and get rejected by you n times…
Don’t owe a friend too much – you never know if you’ll have enough time to repay it all.
Spend your time treasuring what you have, not mourning what you don’t.
(Sadly, I didn’t come up with the above. All these chim sayings from here. I did my own translations and edited some of them.)