Unkind Quotes

Quotes tagged as "unkind" (showing 1-14 of 15)
William Shakespeare
“Rich gifts wax poor when givers prove unkind.”
William Shakespeare, Hamlet

“Don't hang out with people who are:
Ungrateful
Unhelpful
Unruly
Unkindly
Unloving
Unambitious
Unmotivated

or make you feel...
Uncomfortable”
Germany Kent

“TO ALL MANKIND

Speak kind words
to mankind
and the unkind
will attack you.

Speak common sense
using any of your senses,
and you will be attacked by
the senseless.

Speak truth,
and you will be attacked by
the untruthful.

Speak about absolutely nothing,
and absolutely nothing
will speak back,
but then nothing at all
will ever change.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

Shannon L. Alder
“You can't fight mental health bias if you label people based on a lists of symptoms and you have no medical degree to diagnose people. We all have crazy running through our blood and so many things trigger that. We all struggle with our anxiety and twisted issues. Defamation of character is not kind, nor Christlike. Because when you label people with self righteous vindication you open the door to the very idea that self righteousness is itself a disorder that we should all be afraid of. This doorway when left open too long gets people to pull away from Christ, not run to him.”
Shannon L. Alder

Suzanne Collins
“But for better or worse, I am not motivated by kindness.”
Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay

“Being Kind, Is Not My Kind”
Syed Sharukh

“The world has used me so unkindly, I fear it has made me suspicious of everyone.”
Mary Anning

Kate Lattey
“Because that saying about sticks and stones is a pack of lies. Unkind words hurt more than anything else. You end up carrying them around in your head, wondering if they’re true. Bruises fade, but self-doubt follows you forever.”
Kate Lattey, Triple Bar

“Just for the sake of a piece of pie,
Some will speak unkind things about others and tell many lies”
Charmaine J Forde

“Being kind to the unkind is a higher art of kindness”
Vineet Raj Kapoor

Mohsin Hamid
“...he wondered if this new way of speaking to one another, this unkindness that was now creeping into their words from time to time, was a sign of where they were headed.”
Mohsin Hamid