Books are not like albums, where you can simply download and enjoy your favorite chapter and ignore the rest.
When I was elected, I was the youngest member of the Tennessee congressional delegation; now, I'm one of the oldest. In fact, I have members of my staff who weren't even born when I took office. That tells me it's time for a new chapter.
The concept of The 'Most Beautiful Moment in Life', that was chapter one for us; it feels like that because we were starting from the bottom, but on this concept, 'Love Yourself', we started to talk about some brighter things, like the real things in life.
You don't just have a story - you're a story in the making, and you never know what the next chapter's going to be. That's what makes it exciting.
We managed to write chapter one. Chapter two, we will have a child a parent can take home and raise as a cloned child.
Every book has to start with a first chapter, and I think that 'Middle of Nowhere,' 'Mmmbop' and 'Where Is the Love' are good places to start for us. I don't think it's a bad place.
We are the opening verse of the opening page of the chapter of endless possibilities.
A novelist must know what his last chapter is going to say and one way or another work toward that last chapter. ... To me it is utterly basic, yet it seems like it's a great secret.
When you make loving others the story of your life, there's never a final chapter, because the legacy continues. You lend your light to one person, and he or she shines it on another and another and another.
A new chapter in a novel is something like a new scene in a play.
Again; in the tenth chapter of Deuteronomy we have the expression, “For Jehovah your God is the God of gods and the Lord of lords.” And numerous are the Scriptural assertions that Jehovah is highly exalted above all gods, to be feared above all gods, and so on. If, then. He executed judgment upon the gods of Egypt, they must have been living beings: if He is contrasted with other gods, they must be real existences.
G. H. Pember
Relationships are eternal. The 'separation' is another chapter in the relationship. Often, letting go of the old form of the relationship becomes a lesson in pure love much deeper than any would have learned had the couple stayed together.