Ding Ling Quotes
Brief author info: Ding Ling (c. 1904-1986) Chinese novelist and short story writer; one of China's most influential nd controversial writers. Political activist; as reform-minded writer, was first forced into exile by right-wing Kuomintang (Nationalist) government; later, was target of left-wing Communist government in antirightist campaign of 1957. Stopped writing for publication; later, resumed career after being rehabilitated by government in 1979.
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Happiness is to take up the struggle in the midst of the raging storm and not to pluck the lute in the moonlight or recite poetry among the blossoms.
Nobody will be able to forgive me but myself.
Live and die your own way, unnoticed.
In truth, it is I who have defiled myself, for one is one s own fiercest enemy.
When will it no longer be necessary to attach special weight to the word woman and raise it specially?
I wanted to escape from love, but didn't know how.
Rather than calling this diary a record of my life, it's more accurate to regard it as the sum of all my tears.
Never have a companion who casts you in the shade.
Never put off until tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow.
You never know what life is like, until you have lived it.
You cannot wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club.
Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.