Love And Hate Quotes

Quotes tagged as "love-and-hate" (showing 1-30 of 40)
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
“Love lights more fires than hate extinguishes.”
Ella Wheeler Wilcox

“His hatred for all was so intense that it should extinguish the very love from which it was conceived. And thus, he ceased to feel. There was nothing further in which to believe that made the prospect of feeling worthwhile. Daily he woke up and cast downtrodden eyes upon the sea and he would say to himself with a hint of regret at his hitherto lack of indifference, 'All a dim illusion, was it? Surely it was foolish of me to think any of this had meaning.' He would then spend hours staring at the sky, wondering how best to pass the time if everything—even the sky itself— were for naught. He arrived at the conclusion that there was no best way to pass the time. The only way to deal with the illusion of time was to endure it, knowing full well, all the while, that one was truly enduring nothing at all. Unfortunately for him, this nihilistic resolution to dispassion didn’t suit him very well and he soon became extremely bored. Faced now with the choice between further boredom and further suffering, he impatiently chose the latter, sailing another few weeks along the coast , and then inland, before finally dropping anchor off the shores of the fishing village of Yami.”
Ashim Shanker, Only the Deplorable

Mihai Eminescu
“Stiam prea bine ca fondul sufletului meu e desgustul, apatia, mizeria. Eu nu sunt facut pentru nici o femee, nici o femee nu e facuta pentru mine, si oricare ar crede-o ar fi nenorocita. Nu iubesc nimic pentru ca nu cred in nimic si prea greoi pentru a lua vreun lucru precum se prezinta, eu nu am privirea ce infrumuseteaza lumea, ci aceea care vede numai raul, numai defectele, numai partea umbrei . Satul de viata fara sa fi trait vreodata, neavand un interes adevarat pentru nimic in lume, sunt moraliceste desalat ... Nu cred nimic, nu sper nimic si mi-e moraliceste frig ca unui batran de 80 de ani.”
Mihai Eminescu, Dulcea mea Doamnă/Eminul meu iubit. Corespondenţa inedită Mihai Eminescu - Veronica Micle

Seanan McGuire
“We hated each other so well and loved each other so badly...”
Seanan McGuire, Rosemary and Rue

Charlotte Stein
“I hate him. Except for all the places where I love him half to death.”
Charlotte Stein, Make Me

C. JoyBell C.
“When people begin to define the things that they believe in, based upon the exclusion of all the things that they hate, all that does is eat away at the soul. Define the things that you believe in based upon the pursuit of the the things that you love and then that love should be able to override all those things that you hate.”
C. JoyBell C.

Emily Brontë
“I wish I could hold you," she continued bitterly, "till we were both dead!”
Emily Brontë

“I love and if someone I love is hurt I'll kill the attacker and no one else, that is love. I hate and if I hate I'll kill their whole family to bring pain to that person, that is hate, In this way I do not think love and hate are the same side of a blade”

Lailah Gifty Akita
“It is great joy to love and be loved.”
Lailah Gifty Akita, Think Great: Be Great!

Cynthia Wicklund
“Love cannot stifle nor can it dictate. Either of those circumstances will turn a tender feeling into something ugly (Adam Ashworth).”
Cynthia Wicklund, In the Garden of Temptation

Eduardo Galeano
“Porque los rayos del amor y del odio atraviesan de un salto la más espesas selvas y los ríos más hondos.”
Eduardo Galeano

Nikhil Kushwaha
“As the best wine makes the sharpest vinegar, truest love can turn into truest nemesis.”
Nikhil Kushwaha, Heart of Bullets

Malak El Halabi
“-Do you want me to leave?
-Do you want me to stay?
-Do you love me?
-Do you want me?
-Then leave me
-I can't
-Then stay with me
-I can't, I can't, I can't
*Equation of a fucked up relationship”
Malak El Halabi

Beth Lyon Barnett
“I can't find who wrote this (it was't me)but I think it is great.

Before I was your mother, I was a girl.”
Beth Lyon Barnett, Jazz Town

W. Somerset Maugham
“... I was perturbed by the suspicion that the anguish of love contemned was alloyed in her broken heart with the pangs, sordid in my young mind, of wounded vanity. I had not yet learnt how contradictory is human nature; I did not know how much pose there is in the sincere. how much baseness in the noble, nor how much goodness in the reprobate.”
W. Somerset Maugham

Joyce Rachelle
“It reveals how well you value someone - the way you handle their belongings.”
Joyce Rachelle

Lailah Gifty Akita
“The greatest wonderful feeling is falling in love.”
Lailah Gifty Akita, Think Great: Be Great!

George Steiner
“El amor más intenso, quizá más débil que el odio, es una negociación, nunca concluyente, entre soledades.”
George Steiner, Dix raisons (possibles) à la tristesse de pensée

Debasish Mridha
“If someone hates you, secretly they are admiring you. They deserve you love and not your hate.”
Debasish Mridha

Debasish Mridha
“Why do we teach our children to hate others when there is no other option than to love? We need to teach that kindness, compassion, tolerance, and harmony are the beauties of life.”
Debasish Mridha

“For the person who tortured me in jail. For the person who tortured the many of
my followers and killed them in jail, and the many other greater leaders than
me and their followers in jail, and for the men who jailed my supporters, I pray.
I don’t hate them. I love them as much as I love my closest loved ones, and I pray
for their guidance. My loves, you be this way too. It doesn’t help to hate. If you
hate, you pollute your own soul … Words cannot express how much I wish the
best for you. My foremost ambition for you is that you have hearts full of light,
thoughtfulness of God, and goodness, so much so that the devil has no space to
get into your hearts. I want you to be happy with yourselves, and for other people
to be happy with you, when you leave this life … May you be so good that rain
of mercy falls onto you. May this brother (Ahmad), that is so unworthy of your
love, also be so lucky.”
Ahmad Moftizadeh

A.A. Gupte
“She always believed love was good and hate was much better. But, indifference would’ve made her a no one.”
A.A. Gupte, Unfinished

Marion Zimmer Bradley
“Uther: “I wish you were a foolish woman I could despise, damn you”
“If your priests are right,” said Viviane calmly, “I am already thoroughly damned and you may save your breath.”
Marion Zimmer Bradley, The Mists of Avalon

Debasish Mridha
“Everything you hate holds you back from growing. Everything you love helps you to grow.”
Debasish Mridha

Awdhesh Singh
“Love can be simply stated to be the desire of the human being to integrate oneself with other selves in such a way that one starts feeling the pain and pleasure of another person as if of one’s own. Hatred can be defined as just the opposite – to derive pleasure in the pain of others, while feeling unhappy seeing others happy”
Awdhesh Singh, Good and Evil: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Toni Morrison
“The best hiding place was love. Thus the conversion from pristine sadism to fabricated hatred, to fraudulent love.”
Toni Morrison, The Bluest Eye

Amos Oz
“L'amore è una faccenda intima strana e piena di contraddizioni, visto che non di rado amiamo qualcuno solo perchè amiamo noi stessi, per egoismo, avidità, desiderio fisico, brama di dominare l'oggetto d'amore e asservirlo; o al contrario, per desiderio di asservirci e essere dominati dal nostro amante, e in fondo l'amore assomiglia all'odio e gli è più prossimo di quanto non si pensi normalmente.”
Amos Oz, Giuda

Jacqueline Simon Gunn
“She had to be cautious. As much as part of her hated her with every ounce of her flesh, she also loved her. She couldn’t quite reconcile the two, the love with the hate. Instead of feeling like a fluid stream with one on each end, her emotions drifting somewhere in the middle, where love and hate exist simultaneously,
she flipped from one dramatic extreme to the other. Sometimes she loved her so much she wanted to devour her, and other times she hated her so much
she thought she might kill her.”
Jacqueline Simon Gunn, Circle of Trust

“A aq afër gjinden dashunija dhe urrejtja? Po të mos ishin, si mund të ndodhi kalimi i shpejtë dhe i menjëhershëm prej njenës te tjetra?”
Rexhai Surroi, Besniku

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