Unkindness Quotes

Authors: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Categories: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
a-small-unkindness-is-great-offence-hannah-more
come-gentlemen-i-hope-we-shall-drink-down-all-unkindness
give-me-bowl-wine-in-this-i-bury-all-unkindness-william-shakespeare
kindness-in-ourselves-is-honey-that-blunts-sting-unkindness-in-another
and-his-unkindness-may-defeat-my-life-but-never-taint-my-love-william-shakespeare
be-kind-to-each-other-it-is-better-to-commit-faults-with-gentleness-than-to-work-miracles-with-unkindness-mother-teresa
unkind-language-is-sure-to-produce-fruits-unkindnessthat-is-suffering-in-bosom-others-jeremy-bentham
never-permit-me-to-disgrace-my-high-vocation-by-giving-way-to-coldness-unkindness-impatience-mother-teresa
i-would-rather-make-mistakes-in-kindness-compassion-than-work-miracles-in-unkindness-hardness
the-biggest-threat-against-survival-humanity-is-not-brutality-unkindness-it-is-stupidity-selfishness-mf-moonzajer
remember-the-unkindness-dishonesty-and-deception-you-display-toward-others-dont-be-shocked-when-it-comes-back-to-bite-you
i-continued-writing-bad-plays-which-fortunately-nobody-would-produce-just-as-no-one-did-me-unkindness-publishing-my-early-novels
theres-not-woman-in-book-plot-hinges-on-unkindness-to-animals-black-characters-mostly-drown-by-chapter-29-p-j-orourke
words-can-be-worrisome-poeple-complex-motives-manners-unclear-grant-her-wisdom-to-choose-her-path-right-free-from-unkindness-fear-neil-gaiman
ignorant-kindness-may-have-effect-cruelty-but-to-be-angry-with-it-as-if-it-were-direct-cruelty-would-be-ignorant-unkindness-george-eliot
I understand you.-You do not suppose that I have ever felt much.-For four months, Marianne, I have had all this hanging on my mind, without being at liberty to speak of it to a single creature; knowing that it would make you and my mother most unhappy whenever it were explained to you, yet unable to prepare you for it in the least.- It was told me, -it was in a manner forced on me by the very person herself, whose prior engagement ruined all my prospects; and told me, as I thought, with triumph.- This person's suspicions, therefore, I have had to oppose, by endeavouring to appear indifferent where I have been most deeply interested;-and it has not been only once;-I have had her hopes and exultation to listen to again and again.- I have known myself to be divided from Edward for ever, without hearing one circumstance that could make me less desire the connection.-Nothing has proved him unworthy; nor has anything declared him indifferent to me.- I have had to contend against the unkindness of his sister, and the insolence of his mother; and have suffered the punishment of an attachment, without enjoying its advantages.- And all this has been going on at a time, when, as you know too well, it has not been my only unhappiness.- If you can think me capable of ever feeling-surely you may suppose that I have suffered NOW. The composure of mind with which I have brought myself at present to consider the matter, the consolation that I have been willing to admit, have been the effect of constant and painful exertion;-they did not spring up of themselves;-they did not occur to relieve my spirits at first.- No, Marianne.-THEN, if I had not been bound to silence, perhaps nothing could have kept me entirely-not even what I owed to my dearest friends-from openly shewing that I was VERY unhappy.

Jane Austen
i-understand-youyou-do-not-suppose-that-i-have-ever-felt-muchfor-four-months-marianne-i-have-had-all-this-hanging-on-my-mind-without-being-at-liberty-to-speak-it-to-single-creatu