Quotes About Indulgence

Quotes tagged as "indulgence" (showing 1-30 of 35)
Elizabeth   Taylor
“The problem with people who have no vices is that generally you can be pretty sure they're going to have some pretty annoying virtues.”
Elizabeth Taylor

Mahatma Gandhi
“Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's needs, but not every man's greed.”
Mahatma Gandhi

Mae West
“Too much of a good thing can be wonderful!”
Mae West

Criss Jami
“An over-indulgence of anything, even something as pure as water, can intoxicate.”
Criss Jami, Venus in Arms

Jim Morrison
“The world we suggest is a new wild west. A sensuous evil world. Strange and haunting, the path of the sun…”
Jim Morrison

Mick Jagger
“Anything worth doing is worth overdoing.”
Mick Jagger

Richard Halliburton
“Let those who wish have their respectability- I wanted freedom, freedom to indulge in whatever caprice struck my fancy, freedom to search in the farthermost corners of the earth for the beautiful, the joyous, and the romantic.”
Richard Halliburton

Gina Greenlee
“Indulgence comes in all varieties: a mouthful of gourmet chocolate, a hot stone massage, a week in Paris or 20 uninterrupted minutes to get
lost in a book.”
Gina Greenlee, Postcards and Pearls: Life Lessons from Solo Moments on the Road

Gregg Hurwitz
“Guilt is an indulgence, it entangles you in the past.”
Gregg Hurwitz

Dan Groat
“The weak thrive on indulgence.”
Dan Groat, A Punctual Paymaster

Alexandre Dumas
“Besides the pleasure, there is always remorse, from the indulgence of our passions; and, after all, what have you men to fear from all this; the world excuses, and notoriety ennobles you?”
Alexandre Dumas, The Count of Monte Cristo

“When we give up on what draws us near to God, we become like beasts.”
L. Michael Morales

“Aye, so: there is love, and there is indulgence, and they may touch sometimes but they're not the same.”
Jude Morgan, The Secret Life of William Shakespeare

Enock Maregesi
“Heri kuishi kama maskini mwenye pesa nyingi kuliko tajiri mwenye mifuko iliyotoboka, kuliko kusema mbele za watu kwamba pesa haijakupa furaha. Wengi hupata jeuri ya kusema hivyo kutokana na umaskini wa watu wanaowazunguka.”
Enock Maregesi

Haruki Murakami


“不不。就算我再怎么样也不敢那么追求。我所求的只是容许我任性,百分之百的任性。比方说,我现在对你说想吃酥饼,你就什么也不顾地跑去买,气喘吁吁地跑回来递给我,说:'喏,绿子,这就是酥饼。' 可我却说:'我又懒得吃这玩意儿了!' 说着 '呼' 的一声从窗口扔出。这就是我所追求的。”
Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood

Marcel Proust
“I did not wait to hear the end of my father's story, for I had been with him myself after mass when we had met M. Legrandin; instead, I went downstairs to the kitchen to ask about the menu for our dinner, which was of fresh interest to me daily, like the news in a paper, and excited me as might the programme of a coming festivity.”
Marcel Proust, Swann's Way

Geraldine Brooks
“In the heir's world, where everything was available, the unattainable had a wild allure.”
Geraldine Brooks, The Secret Chord

Sreesha Divakaran
“Grief lets you indulge in it, so that it can feed itself.”
Sreesha Divakaran

“Are you contented with following the current of fear and doubts? Here, take the flippers.”
Alexander Zalan, Petals of Decades

Fennel Hudson
“Anything that is exclusive will be accused of elitism; living one’s dreams will be called pretentious. So let’s indulge the whim and see where it takes us.”
Fennel Hudson, A Waterside Year - Fennel's Journal - No. 2

“Two times twice now, I have been called arrogant, by the decadent.

I'd rather be overly self confident, rather than overly self indulgent.”
Justin K. McFarlane Beau

Adelheid Manefeldt
“The secret tugs at my sleeve.
A child looking for attention.
It is not a big secret.
But it is not the only one either.
“Strength in numbers” they say.
For they are many.
Many little things that – together –
weigh tonnes.
And take up space.
And are quite noisy.
The way only a lot of whispers can make noise.
And they follow me.
Little secrets
of omission, desire,
and denial.
Of indulgence, hedonism,
and exploration.
Of peeves, passion,
and deep-seated fear.
Little secrets
of despair
prohibited thoroughfare.”
Adelheid Manefeldt, Years: a book of tiny poetry

“The scent of rain on a sultry spring evening is always an indulgence.”
Kim Pape

“Speechless is not even a good enough word to describe what I feel when I see the pictures of how we have transformed the world from the good to bad, from natural to artificial, physical appearance to daily makeup. I think I want to go with the word ENRAGED, DISGUSTED, or better yet INSULTED .”

C.S. Lewis
“It is dull, Son of Adam, to drink without eating," said the Queen presently. "What would you like best to eat?"
"Turkish Delight, please, your Majesty," said Edmund.”
C.S. Lewis

Agatha Christie
“All life is a jest, Imhotep - and it is death who laughs last. Do you not hear it at every feast? Eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow you die.”
Agatha Christie, Death Comes as the End

“There is no pleasure that I haven't made myself sick on.”
Philip Seymour Hoffman

« previous 1
All Quotes | My Quotes | Add A Quote

Browse By Tag