QUOTES ABOUT LOSING INNOCENCE

“Innocence is like a bubble, easily burst by the world’s sharp edges.” – A.A. Milne

“Innocence is not forever.” – Mary Shelley

“The loss of innocence is inevitable, but the more you cling to it, the more painful it becomes.” – Sylvia Plath

“Innocence is not always a virtue, and the loss of it can be liberating.” – Salman Rushdie

“The loss of innocence is the hardest lesson to learn.” – Arthur Golden

“The loss of innocence is not a singular event, but a gradual process that happens over time.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald

“Innocence is not a protection, but a liability in a world that is cruel and unforgiving.” – Stephenie Meyer

“Innocence is a state of mind, and the moment it is lost, it is never regained.” – John Milton

“The loss of innocence is a necessary evil for the process of growing up.” – John Green

“Innocence is easily shattered by the harsh realities of life.” – Edgar Allan Poe

“Innocence is like a flower, beautiful and fragile, easily trampled upon by the world’s cruelty.” – Oscar Wilde

“Innocence is like a honeycomb, sweet and satisfying, but once it is gone, it is gone forever.” – William Shakespeare

“Innocence is the one thing that cannot be restored once it is lost.” – James Baldwin STUCK QUOTES

“The loss of innocence is not a tragedy, but a natural process of maturity.” – Paulo Coelho

“Innocence is the shield that protects us from the harshness of the world, but also the barrier that keeps us from experiencing it fully.” – J.D. Salinger

“The loss of innocence is the moment when we realize that the world is not a fairytale.” – George Orwell

“Innocence is not ignorance, but rather a lack of experience that makes us vulnerable to the world’s pitfalls.” – Jane Austen

“The loss of innocence is a painful but necessary step towards wisdom.” – Leo Tolstoy

“Innocence is not a sin, but neither is it a virtue in a world where survival depends on cunning and strength.” – H.G. Wells

“The loss of innocence is the price we pay for growing up.” – Haruki Murakami

“Innocence is a fragile thing, easily broken by the world’s harshness.” – Virginia Woolf

“The loss of innocence is the beginning of wisdom.” – Ernest Hemingway

“Innocence is a state of mind, and it is often lost as we grow older and become more cynical.” – Mark Twain

“The loss of innocence is a necessary step towards self-discovery and self-awareness.” – Hermann Hesse