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Farewell Quotes

Meeting and parting is one of the necessary evils of life. We have to bid adieu to our loved ones at some point of time or the other, only with the hope that we will meet them again. Whenever we part with someone, who is very close to our hearts, the farewell is not easy. It really hurts to say goodbye to someone who is close to you. Here are some famous farewell quotes that will help you to make the parting moments memorable. You can use these goodbye quotations sayings in your farewell speech and add an inspirational touch to it.

Helen Rowland

A man never knows how to say goodbye; a woman never knows when to say it.

Never say goodbye, say farewell.

William Shakespeare

Farewell, fair cruelty.

Ernest Hemingway

I rewrote the ending to 'Farewell to Arms,' the last page of it, thirty-nine times before I was satisfied.

Every day I shall put my papers in order and every day I shall say farewell. And the real farewell, when it comes, will only be a small outward confirmation of what has been accomplished within me from day to day.

Achievement Sharing Time Experience

What shall I do with all the days and hours That must be counted ere I see thy face? How shall I charm the interval that lowers Between this time and that sweet time of grace?

The farewell between Hitler and Mussolini at the station was very affectionate. Both men were moved.

May the road rise up to meet you, may the wind be ever at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face and the rain fall softly on your fields. And until we meet again, may God hold you in the hollow of his hand.

Before I was reading science fiction, I read Hemingway. Farewell to Arms was my first adult novel that said not everything ends well. It was one of those times where reading has meant a great deal to me, in terms of my development – an insight came from that book.

Farewell, dearest friend, never to see one another any more till at the right hand of Christ.

I have to go and say farewell to all the countries that I have been to, if I can. I am 73 now, it is taxing on me.

A friend of mine, now retired, was then a major exec at a major bank, and one of her jobs, the last four years, was the farewell interview.

Missing someone gets easier every day because even though it’s one day further from the last time you saw each other, it’s one day closer to the next time you will.

Wherever you go, I’ll find you and make you laugh.

Why does it take a minute to say hello and forever to say goodbye?

But fate ordains that dearest friends must part.