Quotes of the day

«I rose and moved towards him. You would have done the same yourself. It is an ancient matter. Something propels you towards sudden grief, or perhaps also sometimes repels. You move away. I moved towards it, I couldn't help it.»

Sebastian Barry


«It's the curse of motherhood. You're required to love us even when we vex you.»

Julia Quinn


«If we don't change the direction we are headed, we will end up where we are going.»

Jodi Picoult


«When did a free country start to mean free enterprise? Who sold Democracy out for a golden calf we got to idolize?»

Trevor D. Richardson


«He who laughs last laughs the laughiest.»

Louise Rennison


«Love is like a forest, I think as I kill trees by squandering toilet paper while “decorating” my ex girlfriend’s front yard.»

Jarod Kintz


«True, I talk of dreams,»

William Shakespeare


«Surely Tillie knew glitter on wrinkled cleavage was a sin.»

Julie Anne Lindsey


«The only time to eat diet food is while you're waiting for the steak to cook.»

Julia Child


«Society was the only threat to the sanctity of selfhood: an unpatroned library was an orderly library.»

Reif Larsen


«You are your own beginning. Every day, every hour, every minute, you start again. There is no point wishing you were someone else, you are who you are—start there.»

A.M. Homes


«Beauty should never lower its guard around Appetite.»

Shay Caroline


«No arrogant man has ever touched the human heart, no despot ever commanded respect.»

Andy Paula


«Life is funny. Things change, people change, but you will always be you, so stay true to yourself and never sacrifice who you are for anyone.»

Zayn Malik


«The gospel is not mere forgiveness or grace, empty of content, but always refers to Jesus. So the gospel is good news about a human person who is God in our history, our world and who came to accomplish something in his life death and resurrection.»

Mockingbird


«Parker: She believed, absolutely, that each person, each heart, had a counterpart—had a mate. A rightness. She’d always believed it, and understood that unshakable belief was a reason she was good at what she did.»

Nora Roberts


«Ah coffee. The sweet balm by which we shall accomplish today's tasks.»

Holly Black


«Paris is the only city in the world where starving to death is still considered an art.»

Carlos Ruiz Zafón


«Maybe that's why Jesus was so fond of parables: Nothing describes the indescribable like a good yarn.»

Cathleen Falsani


«With endless time, nothing is special. With no loss or sacrifice, we can’t appreciate what we have»

Mitch Albom


«We want to climb in with you,' Dermot said. 'We'll all sleep better.'»

Charlaine Harris


«Life in us is like the water in a river.»

Henry David Thoreau


«I believe it’s always better to share the thing itself than the reason for sharing. Unless that thing happens to be something abstract, like a reason. Like my grandpa once muttered, “I don’t need a reason to have a reason.” Actually, I have no idea what he said since he was muttering.»

Jarod Kintz


«Live, die, something else lives. The very soil humanity walks upon is built up from death. Digging into a flowerbed means digging into bones.»

M. Jones


«...that in this town prostitutes may give sewing lessons to ladies of the church, pirates my be consulted for their opinions on seaworth by shipbuilders, Christians and Jews may stroll together on a Sunday, and Indians my play dice games with leatherstockings, but let one silver piece fall in a crack between two members of the same profession and it's bloody war.»

Robert McCammon


«Occasionally we all do wrong things from right motives. Only time can prove us right or wrong. The past is the past. Nothing can change it now, and who is to say that it was all wrong, anyway?»

Mary Balogh


«Beauty is an advantage, smile is guarantee.»

Amit Kalantri


«The benefits of forgiveness are limitless.»

Asa Don Brown


«Whatever you have lost there are more of, just not yours.»

Elizabeth McCracken


«Black people have always been used as a buffer in this country between powers to prevent class war.»

Toni Morrison