Knowledge Of People Quotes

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Jodi Picoult
“People changed. Even the people you thought you knew as well as you knew yourself.”
Jodi Picoult, Handle with Care

Marianne Wiggins
“You think you know someone by looking at his face but what can one face say about the thousand thoughts behind those eyes.”
Marianne Wiggins, The Shadow Catcher

“Parents don’t know their children at all.
No one knows anyone, in fact.”
Jenny Downham, You Against Me

Stewart Stafford
“When you choose to look down on something, you render yourself incapable of understanding it.”
Stewart Stafford

Ellis Peters
“So, wonder! I also wonder about you," said Cadfael mildly. "Do you know any human creatures who are not strangers, one to another?”
Ellis Peters, One Corpse Too Many

C. JoyBell C.
“In order for your wit to be appreciated, the people around you need to be witty, too. In order for your lightness of being to be appreciated, those around you must be vibrating towards the same weightlessness. In order for your beauty to be appreciated, those around you must have eyes that see beauty. For your authenticity to be appreciated, those who see it must also be authentic. For your humility to be appreciated, those you are dealing with must first know humility in their hearts. You see, you have spent too much time trying to be appreciated by those who are not good enough to appreciate you. That's the truth. Those who are better than they, will see you for the beauty that you are.”
C. JoyBell C.

Dennis Lehane
“The mean things of this world had only one lesson-we are meaner than you'd ever imagine.”
Dennis Lehane

Eva Ibbotson
“Do I know everything about him already? she thought, bewildered. And back came the answer: Everything. You are branded with this knowledge, you will have it for the rest of time.”
Eva Ibbotson, The Reluctant Heiress

“Knowledge is God, respect it to get respect.”
Chiranjit Paul

“To know someone, we must experience him, and that knowing will not exceed our self-knowledge—we cannot know someone else to a greater depth than we know ourselves.”
Shepherd Hoodwin, Journey of Your Soul: A Channel Explores the Michael Teachings

Russell Hoban
“Who can know anybody?' said the bookshop owner. 'Every person is like thousands of books. New, reprinting, in stock, out of stock, fiction, non-fiction, poetry, rubbish. The lot. Different every day. One's lucky to be able to put his hand on the one that's wanted, let alone know it.”
Russell Hoban, The Lion of Boaz-Jachin and Jachin-Boaz

Anna Agoncillo
“The problem would not exist if I asked beforehand. Hence, it is vital to ask honest questions (even if it sounds "stupid") rather than making assumptions. Everybody makes mistakes; the good news is that everything can be fixed.”
Anna Agoncillo

Eraldo Banovac
“Only a man of knowledge is capable of giving constructive criticism.”
Eraldo Banovac

Eraldo Banovac
“A person with a big ego usually knows very little.”
Eraldo Banovac