Ernest Hemingway

“Worry a little bit every day and in a lifetime you will lose a couple of years. If something is wrong, fix it if you can. But train yourself not to worry: Worry never fixes anything.” 

I thought Hemingway told people to do something about their issues instead of worrying about them. It’s important to realize that worrying can be bad for your health and that it’s often better to focus on finding answers to problems than to think about them over and over.

“God knows I had not wanted to fall in love with her. I had not wanted to fall in love with any one. But God knows I had and I lay on the bed in the room of the hospital in Milan and all sorts of things went through my head but I felt wonderful…” 

This is from A Farewell to Arms, the different feelings that come with falling in love by accident are shown. Even though the main character doesn’t want to fall in love, she feels happy and comfortable in a way that is hard to explain.

“This is a good place,” he said. “There’s a lot of liquor,” I agreed.” 

This conversation between two characters in The Sun Also Rises shows how the characters live for fun and pleasure. The quote shows that the person is happy in the present and doesn’t worry about the future.

“Luck is a thing that comes in many forms and who can recognize her?” 

I think this is from The Old Man and the Sea. It’s about how luck isn’t always certain and how it can be hard to know when it’s happening. Luck comes in many forms and isn’t always easy to spot, so it’s important to keep an open mind and be on the lookout for chances.

“The world was not wheeling anymore. It was just very clear and bright and inclined to blur at the edges.”

It comes from the book The Sun Also Rises. It shows a character’s moment of understanding, when the world becomes clear and defined. But the edges are still fuzzy, which shows that there is still some ambiguity and confusion. The quote gives a feeling of clarity and understanding, but it also shows that not everything can be perfectly defined or understood.