Birthmarks Quotes

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Eoin Colfer
“Orion brightened. "I have an idea."

"Yes?" said Foaly, daring to hope that a spark of Artemis remained.

"Why don't we look for some magic stones that can grant wishes? Or, if that doesn't work, you could search my naked body for some mysterious birthmark that means I am actually the prince of somewhere or other.”
Eoin Colfer, The Atlantis Complex

R.L. LaFevers
“I bear a deep red stain that runs from my left shoulder down to my right hip, a trail left by the herbwitch's poison that my mother used to try to expel me from her womb.”
Robin LaFevers, Grave Mercy

Jasleen Kaur Gumber
“Embrace your imperfections.
Fancy your flaws.
Flaunt your blemishes.
Adore your birthmarks.
Laugh off glitches.
Discuss your setbacks.

Don’t call your mistakes ‘Regrets’
Call them ‘Lessons”
Jasleen Kaur Gumber

Colleen Hoover
“My grandfather used to say the placement of a birthmark was the story of how a person lost the battle in their past.”
Colleen Hoover, Ugly Love

“Birthmarks and freckles or other skin marks come from past life injuries.”
Anthea Wynn, The Soul on the Ceiling: Conversations on Reincarnation

“Avarice is opposed to nobility.
It believes that by robbing many of all they have, that it (greed) is cloaked in the nobility that is the birthmark of the people.”
Justin K. McFarlane Beau

Rebecca Rasmussen
“The idea of Milly drowning in the riverside made Twiss think of an angel falling from the sky; Milly had two pink birthmarks the size of dimes on her back, which always made Twiss think of wings.”
Rebecca Rasmussen, The Bird Sisters

Mina Minozzi
“Bea's brain was full of unkind thoughts about herself. She could still hear Caz laughing... How do I stop feeling bad about myself? she thought.”
Mina Minozzi, Bea's Power: This book helps children to develop their self-esteem by teaching them about self-love. Book 2 of Emotional Intelligence stories for kids.