It's better to burn out than fade away.
May your joys be as bright as the morning, and your sorrows merely be shadows that fade in the sunlight of love. May you have enough happiness to keep you sweet, enough trials to keep you strong, enough sorrow to keep you human, enough hope to keep y.
Be cautious of reflective light. The colors will fade, even when you're not aware of it.
You need to get there early...I suggest you wait a week or so, the interest will fade and you should be able to attend. I appreciate your interest in our nation's justice system.
Jeff is on the way up. You can't say that he's a champion that's on the fade, ... He's made some excellent defenses, he's a big puncher, a good all-around fighter.
The monsters of our childhood do not fade away, neither are they ever wholly monstrous. But neither, in my experience, do we ever reach a plane of detachment regarding our parents, however wise and old we may become. To pretend otherwise is to cheat.
They can't put them in as the cross examination of Mr. Fade, because he isn't here, ... They rested their case. They're not entitled to more documents.
If moisture gets in under the glass (covering), it can completely ruin the painting. They also do fade like a watercolor on paper.
If the headwinds from energy costs fade, the sky for growth should start to clear a little bit.
Over time, the history of the Olympics has begun to fade. This project will help revive history and preserve the rich heritage of the games.
It's about time. It's been too long, and memories can fade after a lot of shots to the head, too. I'm sure it'll feel even better once it starts to sink in after a couple days.
The things of mortals, mortal are as they: All pass us by, quickly to fade away, If not, we pass by them and they decay.
As time passes, memories may fade, witnesses may die or otherwise become available, and the truth may be harder to ascertain reliably, ... In addition, many of the defendants are individuals who are potentially personally liable for substantial damages. It would be unfair in the circumstances of this case to perpetuate their uncertainty, if not anxiety, because Higgins and his counsel miscalculated.
the fact that nobody liked me at school began to fade out of my mind like blue magic marker reminders scrawled on the back of a greasy fist.
In Alzheimer's [disease] the mind dies first: Names, dates, places-the interior scrapbook of an entire life-fade into mists of nonrecognition.
That's an indication I'm sort of starting to fade.
She's right. He will be missed, but the images are so powerful that they will not fade away.
If you use regular powder or strong soap (to wash it), it will fade even faster. If you hand-wash, it will last a lot longer.
It's better to burn out, then to fade away.
Paperbacks blink in and out of print like fireflies. They also, as older collectors have ruefully discovered, fade and fall apart even more rapidly than their owners.
Some of the families stay in touch, ... And some fade away and you never hear from them again.
If you don't have a hot issue and you don't have people volunteer for leadership, you just sort of fade.
What shall I say? Everything that I could say would fade into insignificance compared with what my heart feels, and your hearts feel, at this moment.
Street Spirit (Fade Out).
Wasn't there another guy who hit a fade? ... Jack somebody? He was a pretty good player.