Love Quotes

If you're angry at a loved one, hug that person. And mean it. You may not want to hug - which is all the more reason to do so. It's hard to stay angry when someone shows they love you, and that's precisely what happens when we hug each other.

Walter Anderson

Poesy engraved on the ring Love engraved on my heart.

Astrid Alauda

In literature, as in love, we are astonished at the choice made by other people.

AndrĂˆ Maurois

The duty of literature is to note what counts, and to light up what is suited to the light. If it ceases to choose and to love, it becomes like a woman who gives herself without preference.

Anatole France

Love is the emblem of eternity; it confounds all notion of time; effaces all memory of a beginning, all fear of an end.

Anne Louise Germaine de Stael

The extent of your consciousness is limited only by your ability to love and to embrace with your love the space around you, and all it contains

Napoleon Bonaparte

I love a dog. He does nothing for political reasons.

Will Rogers

The problem with capitalism is that it best rewards the worst part of us: the ruthless, competitive, conniving, opportunistic, acquisitive drives, giving little reward and often much punishment--or at least much handicap--to honesty, compassion, fair play, many forms of hard work, love of justice, and a concern for those in need.

Michael Parenti

The only sins are violations of love.

Vanna Bonta

Love is the only freedom in the world because it so elevates the spirit that the laws of humanity and the phenomena of nature do not alter its course.

Kahlil Gibran

Love, to be real, must cost - it must hurt - it must empty us of self.

Mother Teresa

There can be no deep disappointment where there is not deep love.

Martin Luther King Jr

Retirement without the love of letters is a living burial.

Seneca

The missionary is no longer a man, a conscience. He is a corpse, in the hands of a confraternity, without family, without love, without any of the sentiments that are dear to us. Emasculated, in a sense, by his vow of chastity, he offers us the distressing spectacle of a man deformed and impotent or engaged in a stupid and useless struggle with the sacred needs of the flesh, a struggle which, seven times out of ten, leads him to sodomy, the gallows, or prison.

Paul Gauguin

Pursue some path, however narrow and crooked, in which you can walk with love and reverence.

Henry David Thoreau

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