45+ Best All The Bright Places Quotes: Exclusive Selection

All the Bright Places is a young adult fiction novel by Jennifer Niven which is based on the author’s personal story. The work was first published on January 6, 2015 through Knopf Publishing Group and is Niven’s first young adult work. Profoundly inspirational All The Bright Places quotes will make you look at life differently and help you live a meaningful life.

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Famous All The Bright Places Quotes

The thing I don’t say is: I want to stay alive. — Theodore Finch

I think of my own epitaph, still to be written, and all the places I’ll wander. No longer rooted, but gold, flowing. I feel a thousand capacities spring up in me. — Violet Markey

Which of my feelings are real? Which of the mes is me? There is only one me I’ve ever really liked, and he was good and awake as long as he could be. — Theodore Finch

The problem with people is they forget that most of the time it’s the small things that count. ― Jennifer Niven

The walls are lined with school photos. Finch in kindergarten. Finch in middle school. He looks different every year, not just agewise but personwise. Class-clown Finch. Awkward Finch. Cocky Finch. Jock Finch. — Theodore Finch

In that instant his skin touches mine, I feel a little shock. — Violet Markey

Is today a good day to die? — Theodore Finch

There was nothing to make him last a long time. — Theodore Finch

Your hope lies in accepting your life as it now lies before you, forever changed. If you can do that, the peace you seek will follow. Forever changed. I am forever changed. — Violet Markey

You have been in every way all that anyone could be.… If anybody could have saved me it would have been you. ― Jennifer Niven

The thing I realize is that it’s not what you take, it’s what you leave. — Violet Markey

Before I die I want to know a perfect day. — Theodore Finch

The fact is, I was sick, but not in an easily explained flu kind of way. It’s my experience that people are a lot more sympathetic if they can see you hurting, and for the millionth time in my life I wish for measles or smallpox or some other recognizable disease just to make it simple for me and also for them. — Theodore Finch

I don’t need to worry that Finch and I never filmed our wanderings. It’s okay that we didn’t collect souvenirs or that we never had time to pull it all together in a way that made sense to anyone else but us. The thing I realize is that it’s not what you take, but it’s what you leave. — Theodore Finch-Violet Markey

Let me ask you something. Do you think there’s such a thing as a perfect day? — Theodore Finch

He’s a gentleman.’ There aren’t many people who would say this about me, but the great thing about this life of ours is that you can be someone different to everybody. — Theodore Finch

But winter is here, and I don’t know where I’ll be by spring. And she’s named for a flower, and her father hates me, and I want her to know that I’m thinking of her and that this isn’t a season of death but one for living. — Theodore Finch

For what it’s worth, you showed me something, Ultraviolet- there is such a thing as a perfect day. — Theodore Finch

I take a good long look at her. I know life well enough to know you can’t count on things staying around or standing still, no matter how much you want them to. — Theodore Finch

You’ll be departing our…great state, and before…you do, you should…see it. You should…wander…. — Mr. Black

No more winter at all. Finch, you brought me spring. — Violet Markey

Sometimes, Ultraviolet, things feel true to us even if they’re not. — Theodore Finch

Worthless. Stupid. These are the words I grew up hearing. They’re the words I try to outrun, because if I let them in, they might stay there and grow and fill me up and in, until the only thing left of me is worthless stupid worthless stupid worthless stupid freak. And then there’s nothing to do but run harder and fill myself with other words: This time will be different. This time, I will stay awake. — Theodore Finch

I know life well enough to know you can’t count on things staying around or standing still, no matter how much you want them to. You can’t stop people from dying. You can’t stop them from going away. You can’t stop yourself from going away either. I know myself well enough to know that no one else can keep you awake or keep you from sleeping. ― Jennifer Niven

I’ve got a map in my car that wants to be used, and I think there are places we can go that need to be seen. Maybe no one else will ever visit them and appreciate them or take the time to think they’re important, but maybe even the smallest places mean something. — Theodore Finch

Suddenly I’m having one of those moments that you have after losing someone when you feel as if you’ve been kicked in the stomach and all your breath is gone, and you might never get it back. I want to sit down in the dirty, littered ground right now and cry until I can’t cry anymore. — Violet Markey

I stand in front of the mirror and study my face.…It is the face of a sad, lonely girl something bad has happened to. I wonder if my face will ever look the same again, or if I’ll always see it in my reflection Finch, Eleanor, loss, heartache, guilt, death. — Violet Markey

We alternate choosing places to go, but we also have to be willing to go where the road takes us. This means the grand, the small, the bizarre, the poetic, the beautiful, the ugly, the surprising. Just like life. — Theodore Finch

The great thing about this life of ours is that you can be someone different to everybody. — Jennifer Niven

Maybe, if I wear the glasses long enough, I can be like her. I can see what she saw. I can be both of us at once so no one will have to miss her, most of all me. — Violet Markey-Eleanor Markey

It’s so lovely to be lovely to the one I love. — Theodore Finch

What if we could just cut out the bad and keep the good? — Theodore Finch

Just be careful. — Mr. Embry

Have you ever had a perfect day?. — Jennifer Niven

You are all the colors in one, at full brightness. — Theodore Finch-Violet Markey

I think … I’m most afraid of the Long Drop. I’m most afraid of Asleep and impending weightless doom. — Theodore Finch

I’m afraid of me. — Theodore Finch

She sets down the bucket and undoes the latch. For a few seconds, all she does is breathe in the scent of the flowers, and then she turns to me and, without a word, kisses me. When she pulls away, she says, No more winter at all. Finch, you brought me spring. — Theodore Finch-Violet Markey

You make me lovely, and it’s so lovely to be lovely to the one I love…. — Theodore Finch

He just found that other world. — Violet Markey

I’m broken, and no one can fix it. I’ve tried. I’m still trying. I can’t love anyone because it’s not fair to anyone who loves me back. — Theodore Finch

Are you feeling okay?’ I try not to sound like the blaming girlfriend. Why won’t you spend time with me? Why won’t you call me back? Don’t you like me anymore? — Violet Markey

They almost get me, but I’m too quick for them. — Theodore Finch

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