Equals Quotes

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“True friendship can exist only between equals.”

Richelle Mead
“You fixed yourself. You didn’t need me.”

“No, Sydney.” My voice was ragged. “I do need you. You have no idea how much I need you.”
Richelle Mead, The Fiery Heart

Richelle Mead
“I also had to come tonight to apologize. If you need to go to Mexico to finish this process off, then I understand. I was wrong to criticize you for it or even imply that I had some kind of say in it. One of the greatest things about you is that in the end, you always make smart decisions. Can’t always say the same for myself. Whatever you need to do, I’ll support you.”
Richelle Mead, The Indigo Spell

Robert G. Ingersoll
“There has never been upon the earth a generation of free men and women. It is not yet time to write a creed. Wait until the chains are broken—until dungeons are not regarded as temples. Wait until solemnity is not mistaken for wisdom—until mental cowardice ceases to be known as reverence. Wait until the living are considered the equals of the dead—until the cradle takes precedence of the coffin. Wait until what we know can be spoken without regard to what others may believe. Wait until teachers take the place of preachers—until followers become investigators. Wait until the world is free before you write a creed.

In this creed there will be but one word—Liberty.”
Robert G. Ingersoll, The Liberty of Man, Woman and Child

“No one man should be viewed as having more to offer the world than another. We are all equals and every human being has something of value in their composition which makes them unique – just as every country has their own unique resources to share with the world. Never discount somebody based on material wealth, true wealth is what cannot be seen. Never discount a country by their size or resources, while their resources may greatly benefit other lands in need.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

Felisha Antonette
“Life = Risk.
If you haven't failed, you have lived.”
Felisha Antonette

Jane Austen
“I should wish to see them very good friends, and would, on no account, authorize in my girls the smallest degree of arrogance towards their relations; but still they cannot be equals.” (10)”
Jane Austen, Mansfield Park

Girdhar Joshi
“Friendships and relationships better prosper among equals.”
Girdhar Joshi, Some Mistakes Have No Pardon

Israelmore Ayivor
“Change plus innovation equals progress!”
Israelmore Ayivor, Become a Better You

Ljupka Cvetanova
“Don't worry about negative temperatures because minus times minus equals plus. If you are not very good at Maths, then put some rum in the tea.”
Ljupka Cvetanova, The New Land

Jennifer Vandever
“Rosalind knew she was right, knew there was something even deeper that prevented her from going back. Since she began something had always bothered her about tango: she still had no idea how people knew what the hell they were doing. The dance had no agreed upon formula, no designated rules, just collectively shared sequences that a leader could use interchangeably. It was a conversation, not a speech. This was what was so allegedly wonderful about it: it was an improvisation, a negotiation between two people. No choreography, no predetermined pattern, just endless unpredictable new formations. One couldn't dominate the other. It was--if not historically, at least ideally--a dance of equals. This struck her a lovely in principle and crazy-making in practice. How do you know what to do? "The man will lead you," her teachers told her. What if his lead doesn't make sense? "It will. Practice," Mariela had instructed brightly, unhelpfully.”
Jennifer Vandever, American Tango