Top Kind Quotes

  • Guilt and fear are a kind of rot. It spreads unless it’s cleaned. And there’s only one way to do that. – Lee Goldberg

    Guilt and fear are a kind of rot. It spreads unless it’s cleaned. And there’s only one way to do that.– Lee Goldberg

  • Relationship is thus always slavery of a kind, which leaves a residue of guilt. – Ernest Becker

    Relationship is thus always slavery of a kind, which leaves a residue of guilt.– Ernest Becker

  • The best kind of love is one that brings out the best in you and doesn’t try to make you be someone other than yourself – Karon Waddell

    The best kind of love is one that brings out the best in you and doesn’t try to make you be someone other than yourself– Karon Waddell

  • It seemed to me then that to have published a book – any kind of book – would be the greatest possible happiness I could ask from life. – Christopher Isherwood

    It seemed to me then that to have published a book – any kind of book – would be the greatest possible happiness I could ask from life.– Christopher Isherwood

  • Dogs are always going to come up short if you insist on defining them as a weird kind of cat. – Peter Watts

    Dogs are always going to come up short if you insist on defining them as a weird kind of cat.– Peter Watts

  • One upside of the heat. Kind of cool to see a cat pant. – Jonah Goldberg

    One upside of the heat. Kind of cool to see a cat pant.– Jonah Goldberg

  • Cats are a mysterious kind of folk. – Walter Scott

    Cats are a mysterious kind of folk.– Walter Scott

  • Success must include two things: the development of an individual to his utmost potentiality and a contribution of some kind to one’s world. – Eleanor Roosevelt

    Success must include two things: the development of an individual to his utmost potentiality and a contribution of some kind to one’s world.– Eleanor Roosevelt

  • I cannot deny that Vera, in her own way–in the way of all human beings who are kind and not cruel–really is lovely. – Jane Lotter

    I cannot deny that Vera, in her own way–in the way of all human beings who are kind and not cruel–really is lovely.– Jane Lotter

  • Despite his care, Reid was still playing with fire, the kind that could without warning sheathe one’s whole life in irreversible conflagration. – Paul Russell

    Despite his care, Reid was still playing with fire, the kind that could without warning sheathe one’s whole life in irreversible conflagration.– Paul Russell