no feeling is final


no feeling is final


  • no situation is permanent.
  • things are bound to change.
  • no matter how bad the situation is, it will not remain that way forever.

Example Sentences

  1. Even though you performed poorly last semester, charm up. No feeling is final.
  2. No feeling is final; keep practicing for the tournament, and you will win.
  3. Sorry for losing your friend; don’t mourn anymore. No feeling is final.
  4. After we failed to achieve the last semester’s goal, we felt so low, but our teacher reminded us that no feeling is final.
  5. I know struggling with mental health is not easy, but I also know that no feeling is final.
  6. After being ridiculed by her friends, her mother told her that no feeling is final.
  7. I am going through a financial crisis, but I know no feeling is final.


The idiom “No feeling is final” was written by an Australian poet and novelist, Rainer Maria Rilke. The idiom was meant to encourage people to keep pushing no matter how hard it is since the situation will change for the better. The idiom appears in Rainer Maria Rilke’s book, “The Book of Hours,” where he wrote in a passage:

“Go to limits of your longing: let everything happen to you: beauty and terror. Just keep going. No feeling is final.”

Since the introduction of this idiom, several authors have used it in their work, like, “No Feeling Is Final: Healing Beyond Feelings” by Kirsten Backstrom, in Jojo Rabbit’s movie of 2019, “No Feeling Is Final” film by Ted Swartz, and many more.

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