Gossips Quotes

Quotes tagged as "gossips" (showing 1-24 of 24)
Israelmore Ayivor
“Save your skin from the corrosive acids from the mouths of toxic people. Someone who just helped you to speak evil about another person can later help another person to speak evil about you.”
Israelmore Ayivor

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Protect your good image from the eyes of negative viewers, who may look at your good appearance with an ugly fiendish eye, and ruin your positive qualities with their chemical infested tongues.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Israelmore Ayivor
“Free your life from the fangs of gossips by not associating yourself with them. Anyone who helps you to gossip about someone can also help someone to gossip about you.”
Israelmore Ayivor

“Rumours should be juicy and gossips must be mouth-watering, since they have to uplift and make people feel better. Tittle-tattle can have a swift ripple effect and when the ball is rolling very fast, it kick-starts a flood of moral destruction. “Schadenfreude” can, then, be fully enjoyed. (“Juicy rumours”)”
Erik Pevernagie

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Protect your good image from the eyes of negative viewers, who may look at your good appearance with an ugly fiendish eye, and ruin your positive qualities with their chemical infested tongues. If the words from the mouth of an abusive man makes you angry, quit the whole arena and you'll discover he had got his mouth shut.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Israelmore Ayivor
“Be worried if you always flock in the company of people who peel off other people's skins with their teeth in their absence. A time will come when they'll try to pick a bite on you too!”
Israelmore Ayivor, Daily Drive 365

Israelmore Ayivor
“Flavour your life in such a way that anyone who thinks he or she is biting or back-biting you, will rather take smiles away unexpectedly and with surprises.”
Israelmore Ayivor

Israelmore Ayivor
“To become a better you, secure your dreams from the jaws of people who discredit your ambitions.”
Israelmore Ayivor, Become a Better You

Angelica Hopes
“Beware of destructive individuals whose spirits breathe every day the worst toxic oxygen of the soul, "SALIGIA" Superbia, Avaritia, Luxuria, Invidia, Gula, Ira, Acedia.

No matter how much goodness, patience, understanding, assistance, forgiveness and letting go you have given them, they will resurface again and again at the doors of your home to impede your happiness.

Let truth and goodness always prevail but never be again a doormat of their abusive, evil ways.”
Angelica Hopes, Landscapes of a Heart, Whispers of a Soul

Tanaz Bhathena
“The trouble with rumors was that they had the tendency to stick. To coat over your logic like tea stains on teeth. What was even more troublesome was that there had been times in the past when they turned out to be accurate.”
Tanaz Bhathena, A Girl Like That

Yiyun Li
“But whose problem is it when you make people talk about you?"

"Theirs.”
Yiyun Li

Lewis Carroll
“You and your husband have, I think, been very fortunate to know so little, by experience, in your own case or in that of your friends, of the wicked recklessness with which people repeat things to the disadvantage of others, without a thought as to whether they have grounds for asserting what they say. I have met with a good deal of utter misrepresentation of that kind. And another result of my experience is the conviction that the opinion of "people" in general is absolutely worthless as a test of right and wrong. The only two tests I now apply to such a question as the having some particular girl-friend as a guest are, first, my own conscience, to settle whether I feel it to be entirely innocent and right, in the sight of God; secondly, the parents of my friend, to settle whether I have their full approval for what I do. You need not be shocked at my being spoken against. Anybody, who is spoken about at all, is sure to be spoken against by somebody: and any action, however innocent in itself, is liable, and not at all unlikely, to be blamed by somebody. If you limit your actions in life to things that nobody can possibly find fault with, you will not do much”
Lewis Carroll, The Letters of Lewis Carroll: 2 Vols.

“The worst of cowards are gossips”
Hiba Fatima Ahmad

“Knowing themselves to be faultless, they make it their mission to detect the myriad faults in others, against which they wage incessant tongue.”
Heron Carvic, Witch Miss Seeton

Israelmore Ayivor
“Without self-discipline, your streams of grace become a flood of disgrace. Never let indiscipline weigh you down for critics to pick mockeries on.”
Israelmore Ayivor, Daily Drive 365

Ellery Queen
“Why did people do it? Why this herd curiosity about a street, a house, windows, doors? He was a public servant, the Inspector mused, but there were times when he would enjoy loading all the rubbernecks onto barges and towing them out to sea to be served, with ceremony, to sharks.”
Ellery Queen, The Player on the Other Side

Mehmet Murat ildan
“No bodyguard can ever protect us from the gossips; because in the case of gossip, we are beaten in our absence!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Sometimes you hear people saying that there is a secret to get to where you wanna be, but at a certain point, you discover that you are the secret of your success.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Though people sort of need your permission to talk to you, they do not really need one to talk about you.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

“Jealousy often turns people into irresponsible storytellers.”
Kevin Keenoo

Mercedes Lackey
“Cats," he said succinctly. "You two-legs think they're so inscrutable. They are the world's worst gossips. And they are everywhere."
Andie had to agree to that statement. The Palace was full of cats. Lean, hardworking cellar cats, energetic kitchen cats, pampered, aloof darlings of Cassiopeia's ladies- you couldn't walk ten feet without seeing a cat somewhere. The Queen didn't mind, because cats didn't demand attention the way dogs did, nor were they noisy, and as long as her maids could keep her gowns cat-hair free, she tolerated the creatures.
And as if they understood the limits of that tolerance, they kept their territorial squabbles and amorous serenades out of earshot of the Queen's Wing.”
Mercedes Lackey, One Good Knight

Tamuna Tsertsvadze
“Once a mysterious and illogical thing happens in the area, gossips quickly spread and very soon turn into urban legends.”
Tamuna Tsertsvadze, Gift of the Fox