Top Said Quotes

  • It made Ender listen more carefully to what people meant, instead of what they said. It made him wise. – Orson Scott Card

    It made Ender listen more carefully to what people meant, instead of what they said. It made him wise.– Orson Scott Card

  • … love is something you do; something not just to be said, but also to be shown. Let your love flow through your actions. – Steve Maraboli

    … love is something you do; something not just to be said, but also to be shown. Let your love flow through your actions.– Steve Maraboli

  • Lord Chi Wen thought three times before taking any action. When the Master heard this, he said: Twice is plenty enough. – Confucius

    Lord Chi Wen thought three times before taking any action. When the Master heard this, he said: Twice is plenty enough.– Confucius

  • Go on, strike, said the witch, smiling. Fire is beautiful. Nothing bad will happen. – E Lockhart

    Go on, strike, said the witch, smiling. Fire is beautiful. Nothing bad will happen.– E Lockhart

  • Almost nothing need be said when you have eyes. – Tarjei Vesaas

    Almost nothing need be said when you have eyes.– Tarjei Vesaas

  • i said i hate to see u..and i turned back…to hide my tears – Surya Parthi

    i said i hate to see u..and i turned back…to hide my tears– Surya Parthi

  • I was afraid,- she said, -œand I wanted to hear your voice. – Lauren Gilley

    I was afraid,- she said, -œand I wanted to hear your voice.– Lauren Gilley

  • Never assume unless it is said to you. – Abegail O Salazar

    Never assume unless it is said to you.– Abegail O Salazar

  • I’m a realist,- I said. -œLying and making promises about forever is almost as bad as one day at a time. – Nicole  Williams

    I’m a realist,- I said. -œLying and making promises about forever is almost as bad as one day at a time.– Nicole Williams

  • His dad said if you did something wrong to someone in public, you ought to admit it in public, too. – Suzanne Collins

    His dad said if you did something wrong to someone in public, you ought to admit it in public, too.– Suzanne Collins