Belittle Quotes

Quotes tagged as "belittle" (showing 1-19 of 19)
Brené Brown
“You cannot shame or belittle people into changing their behaviors.”
Brené Brown

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Do not share your thoughts with people who think that what you are thinking is not worth thinking.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Fyodor Dostoyevsky
“The poor girl ws keeping that student's letter as a precious treasure, and had run to fetch it, her only treasure, because she did not want me to go away without knowing that she, too, was honestly and genuinely loved; that she, too, was addressed respectfully. No doubt that letter was destined to lie in her box and lead to nothing. But none the less, I am certain that she would keep it all her life as a precious treasure, as her pride and justification, and now at such a minute she had thought of that letter and brought it with naive pride to raise herself in my eyes that I might see, that I, too, might think well of her.”
Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Notes from Underground, White Nights, The Dream of a Ridiculous Man, and Selections from The House of the Dead

Kamand Kojouri
“Don’t make the mistake of looking down on your partner. You’re only on that pedestal because they put you up there.”
Kamand Kojouri

Anthony Liccione
“A friend is the wax that keeps the flame lit, an enemy is the wind that blows it out.”
Anthony Liccione

Wayne Gerard Trotman
“Little people need to belittle.”
Wayne Gerard Trotman

Anthony Liccione
“And she looked upon the mirror that was given as a gift. She hated everything about it, from the circular size of it, to the color, and the wooden frame that held it in place. But mostly, she hated looking at herself. Especially into this one that had a scratch on its glass surface, which would reflect back to her face. And as she looked, it would cut her as the words her father would often say, in telling her she was ugly.”
Anthony Liccione

“People will oppose your progress. They will remind you of your past failures, belittle you, etc. The only way to stand against such opposition and belittling is to know
the reason for your existence.”
D.S. Mashego

“You should not belittle yourself or see yourself as worse than others”
Sunday Adelaja

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“The average woman feels small whenever a man who has just walked past her does not turn his head to check out her ass, especially if it is—or if she feels that it is—big.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

“God punishes people, who belittle Him with their complaints”
Sunday Adelaja

“People will oppose your progress. They will remind you of your past failures, belittle you, etc. The only way to stand against such opposition and belittling is to know
the reason for your existence.”
D.S Mashego

Enock Maregesi
“Kauli inaumba na kuumbua.”
Enock Maregesi

“Never let others upset or belittle you without your approval. It is crucial to be self-conscious at all times because with so much going on, you cannot afford to have others in charge of your own life.”
Gift Gugu Mona

“Who says that you have to belittle others in order to feel good about yourself?”
Edmond Mbiaka

“When politicians belittle people, they only end up belittling themselves.”
Anthony T. Hincks

Deborah Bravandt
“True power does not insult, diminish, or belittle nor does it align itself with specialness, entitlement, or judgment. True power generates vibrational harmony, kindness, and presence.”
Deborah Bravandt