Love Hate Quotes

Quotes tagged as "love-hate" (showing 1-30 of 37)
Martin Luther King Jr.
“Hatred paralyzes life; love releases it. Hatred confuses life; love harmonizes it. Hatred darkens life; love illuminates it.”
Martin Luther King Jr., A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches

Coco J. Ginger
“You don’t deserve my image in your head. You don’t deserve my memories in your chest.”
Coco J. Ginger

Rachel E. Carter
“The people that tell you what you want to hear are the most dangerous enemies you'll ever meet.”
Rachel E. Carter, First Year

Rachel E. Carter
“You should never trust a wolf in sheep's clothing. Because the only thing the wolf will ever want to do is break you.”
Rachel E. Carter, First Year

Blakney Francis
“If you can just stop loving her then you never really loved her at all. Love doesn't work that way. If you ever truly love someone, then it never goes away. It can become something else. There are all different sorts of love. It can even become hate- a thin line and all that- and, really, hate is just another kind of caring.”
Blakney Francis, Someone I Used to Know

Rachel E. Carter
“Well, I certainly wouldn't give [advice] to the girl that has tried to get me tossed out of this place not once but twice -oh, and let's not forget your most inglorious moment, when you TRIED TO LIGHT ME ON FIRE.”
Rachel E. Carter, First Year

Matsuri Hino
“Even if you hate me, Zero...I will tame that beast in many times as necessary. If you haven't completely lost your sanity...I won't let you die. Hate vampires, hate least that means you haven't given up!" Yuki said to Zero. "How can I hate you?" Zero questioned Yuki.”
Matsuri Hino, Vampire Knight, Vol. 2

Coco J. Ginger
“Now he was nothing to her, just a lesson in time, a wicked boy-man, incapable of wealth or prestige.”
Coco J. Ginger

Rachel E. Carter
“You will thank me one day for not filling your head with false compliments. Adversity teaches one more than flattery ever will.”
Rachel E. Carter, First Year

Rick Riordan
“No one can hate you more than someone who used to love you.”
Rick Riordan, The Blood of Olympus

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“The end of love looks like the beginning of war”
Bangambiki Habyarimana, The Great Pearl of Wisdom

“I hate and love. And why, perhaps you’ll ask.
I don’t know: but I feel, and I’m tormented.”

Rachel E. Carter
“He was a prince. He was fickle. He was rude. He was arrogant. I knew better. I was lowborn. He was WRONG. I didn't even like him.”
Rachel E. Carter, First Year

“I saw you, I loved you, but now I miss you, and I still can't speak because I know you hate me.”
Mya Waechtler

Kasie West
“Sometimes I wish I were passionate about something real. Something I knew I could succeed in. Right now all my dreams are a little far-fetched.”
Kasie West, P.S. I Like You

Matshona Dhliwayo
“Hidden love is better than open hate.”
Matshona Dhliwayo

Marissa Meyer
“She could be a fire hazard. Maybe we should remove her from the ship before she spontaneously combusts.”
Marissa Meyer, Wires and Nerve

Meg Cabot
“Good bye AEHS. You suck. I hate you. And yet... Somehow I'll miss you too.”
Meg Cabot, Forever Princess

Melissa Landers
“Let me rephrase,” he added, sharper than barbed steel. “I’m coming with you.”
“Excuse me?” Solara came to a sudden stop, forcing him to do the same. “You’ll go wherever I send you.”
“I’m not—”
“Don’t interrupt.”
He sealed his lips shut.
“Our relationship is simple,” she told him. “I say ‘Jump,’ and you say ‘Through which window, Miss Brooks?’ You don’t make demands of me. Are we clear?”
Melissa Landers, Starflight

Julie   Johnson
“You're right. You're not a princess -- you're Little Red. and I'm the Big Bad Wolf.”
Julie Johnson, Erasing Faith

Louise Wareham Leonard
“How would it be.. if all my hate disappeared like my youth, if after all this time his very hatred of me turned out to be something gentle, some kind of love.”
Louise Wareham Leonard, 52 Men

Rachel E. Carter
“The girl wouldn’t last the year. Girls like her were soft and easy to break. Lowborns always wanted glory until they realized the hard work it entailed. Darren had worked hard for everything, and a girl who tried to take that away? Well, she wasn’t worth very much.”
Rachel E. Carter, Non-Heir

Pushpa Rana
“It's better to hate someone in the beginning rather than end up hating someone after loving.”
Pushpa Rana, Just the Way I Feel

Robert J. Braathe
“In order to get people to love you, you've got to get some people to hate you”
Robert J. Braathe

“I love having to attend the one class that is being taught by a professor who feels that their class is the only class being taught at the University and gives nothing but busy work.”
Heather Chapple, Write like no one is reading

“So are you, sunshine,” Paige replied. “Bad night?”
Even though he didn’t take off his sunglasses, I knew he was staring straight at me.
“I’ve had better,” he said with an entirely straight face, while I coloured up from head to toe. “I’ve had worse.”

“Now, now children,” Paige intervened, entirely oblivious to the extreme level of bitchy subtext flying across the table. “Let’s not have fisticuffs … Can we kiss and make up?”
Nick turned up one corner of his mouth and nodded. “I’m game if you are, Vanessa.”
“I think she means figuratively,” I said, adding cream to my coffee. “I’m a professional.”
“Really?” He rested his elbows on the table and pushed his glasses up over his eyebrows. “I probably owe you some money then.”
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Angela Kiss
“It is a well-known fact that English people never know anything. They only think. The only exception they know and they are sure about in the whole world is Marmite. ‘Love it or hate it.’ There are no other options; there is no space for grey space.”
Angela Kiss, How to be an Alien in England: A Guide to the English

Parul Wadhwa
“They may not know each other to say it, but it was never hidden. How much ever they hated each other, fate ties them together.”
Parul Wadhwa, The Masquerade

“Human history is the ancient story of the umbilical conflict between a lone individual versus a cabalistic society. A love-hate relationship defines our personal history with society, where the suppression of individuality for the sake of the collective good battles the notion that the purpose of society is to enable each person to flourish. A conspicuous feature of cultural development involves societies teaching children the sublimation of unacceptable impulses or idealizations, consciously to transform their inappropriate instinctual impulses into socially acceptable actions or behavior. The paradox rest in the concept that in order for any person to flourish they must preserve the spiritual texture of themselves, a process that requires the individual to resist societal restraint, push off against the community, and reject the walls of traditionalism that seek to pen us in. The climatic defining event in a person’s life represents the liberation of the self from crippling conformism, staunchly rebuffing capitulating to the whimsy of the super ego of society.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

أنيس منصور
“تحب المرأة أو تكرهها ستندم في الحالتين”
أنيس منصور, قالوا

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