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Cynicism Love Sayings By Marty Rubin: Cynicism springs from disappointments in love. Cynicism springs from disappointments in love. — Marty Rubin
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Cynicism Love Sayings By K.A. Applegate: You needed love to win at the game of music ... I played of sadness. You needed love to win at the game of music ... I played of sadness. I played of loneliness. Despair. Love found and lost. I played of tragic misunderstanding and weary cynicism and defeat. I played of perseverance, endurance beyond all suffering. Endurance in the face of hopelessness, hope when even hope was a betrayal ... And yet, though I played so much sadness, the music at the same time denied despair. How could anyone despair while music was being played? — K.A. Applegate
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Cynicism Love Sayings By Michael Lerner: Energy always flows either toward hope, community, love, generosity, mutual recognition, and spiritual aliveness or Energy always flows either toward hope, community, love, generosity, mutual recognition, and spiritual aliveness or it flows toward despair, cynicism, fear that there is not enough, paranoia about the intentions of others, and a desire to control. — Michael Lerner
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Cynicism Love Sayings By Michael Arditti: I hope that I state your case fairly: One of my great fears is misrepresenting I hope that I state your case fairly: One of my great fears is misrepresenting you, even to myself, now that you are not here to set me right. The truth is that you did not believe in idealism. All love was suspect; even a saint's was just differed self-interest. And it was impossible to argue without sounding either sentimental or naive. Cynicism has all the smart words on it's side; idealism uses a nursery school dictionary. And you studied early to disguise your childhood pain. But it is not universal. — Michael Arditti
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Cynicism Love Sayings By Zubin Mehta: Essentially, the [New York] Philharmonic is just like any other orchestra-they all have the spirit Essentially, the [New York] Philharmonic is just like any other orchestra-they all have the spirit of kids, and if you scratch away a little of the fatigue and cynicism, out comes a 17-year-old music student again, full of wonder, exuberance and a tremendous love of music. — Zubin Mehta
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Cynicism Love Sayings By F Scott Fitzgerald: Amory: I love you.Rosalind: I love you- now. Amory: I love you.
Rosalind: I love you- now. — F Scott Fitzgerald
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Cynicism Love Sayings By Rob Brezsny: HYPOTHESES: Evil is boring. Cynicism is idiotic. Fear is a bad habit. Despair is lazy. HYPOTHESES: Evil is boring. Cynicism is idiotic. Fear is a bad habit. Despair is lazy. Joy is fascinating. Love is an act of heroic genius. Pleasure is our birthright. Receptivity is a superpower. — Rob Brezsny
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Cynicism Love Sayings By George Orwell: Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not money, Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not
money, I am become as a sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal. And
though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries,
and all knowledge; and though I have all faith, so that I could
remove mountains, and have not money, I am nothing. And though I
bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I give my body to
be burned, and have not money, it profiteth me nothing. Money
suffereth long, and is kind; money envieth not; money vaunteth not
itself, is not puffed up, doth not behave unseemly, seeketh not her
own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil; rejoiceth not in
iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth; beareth all things, believeth
all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things ... And now
abideth faith, hope, money, these three; but the greatest of these
is money.
I Corinthians xiii (adapted) — George Orwell
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Cynicism Love Sayings By Joseph Brodsky: Throughout one's life, time addresses man in a variety of languages: in those of innocence, Throughout one's life, time addresses man in a variety of languages: in those of innocence, love, faith, experience, history, fatigue, cynicism, guilt, decay, etc. Of those, the language of love is clearly the lingua franca. Its vocabulary absorbs all the other tongues, and its utterance gratifies a subject, however inanimate it may be. Also, by being thus uttered, a subject acquires an ecclesiastical, almost sacred denomination, echoing both the way we perceive the objects of our passions and the Good Book's suggestion as to what God is. Love is essentially an attitude maintained by the infinite toward the finite. The reversal constitutes either faith or poetry. Akhmatova's — Joseph Brodsky
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Cynicism Love Sayings By Maya Banks: Promise me, man. If anything ever happens to me, promise me you'll take care ofAngelina. Promise me, man. If anything ever happens to me, promise me you'll take care of
Angelina. She's something special, Micah. Heart way too big for her own good. I worry
because she doesn't see everyone for who they are. She's too busy looking for the good.
I've tried to get her to adopt some cynicism, but the truth of the matter is, she wouldn't be
the same girl if she did. — Maya Banks
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Cynicism Love Sayings By Geoff Mulgan: Most governments do have inbuilt biases in favour of the rich and powerful, and most Most governments do have inbuilt biases in favour of the rich and powerful, and most do contain plenty of manipulators who love intrigue, who have lost whatever moral compass they may once have had and who protect themselves with steely cynicism. — Geoff Mulgan
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Cynicism Love Sayings By M.T. Johnson: It's not easy to be optimistic and hopeful after you come to know and love It's not easy to be optimistic and hopeful after you come to know and love some of the young victims of sexual abuse, violence, poverty, neglect, drugs, and rape. It's taking me a while to climb out of this hatred, this noxious cynicism. I'm doing my best. — M.T. Johnson
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Cynicism Love Sayings By Antonella Gambotto-Burke: For years, I had used these fractured men to justify my cynicism and workaholism, and For years, I had used these fractured men to justify my cynicism and workaholism, and the grief, insomnia and casual anorexia were no longer of any interest to me. — Antonella Gambotto-Burke
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Cynicism Love Sayings By May Sarton: An old body when it is loved becomes a sacred treasure; and sex itself must An old body when it is loved becomes a sacred treasure; and sex itself must always, it seems to me, come to us as a sacrament and be so used or it is meaningless. The flesh is suffused by the spirit, and it is forgetting this in the act of love-making that creates cynicism and despair. — May Sarton
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Cynicism Love Sayings By D.H. Lawrence: On revient toujours a son premier amour." It sounds like a cynicism to-day. As if On revient toujours a son premier amour." It sounds like a cynicism to-day. As if we really meant: "On ne revient jamais a son premier amour." But as a matter of fact, a man never leaves his first love, once the love is established. He may leave his first attempt at love. Once a man establishes a full dynamic communication at the deeper and higher centers, with a woman, this can never be broken. But sex in the head breaks down, and half circuits break down. Once the full circuit is established, however, this can never break. — D.H. Lawrence
Cynicism Love Sayings By Bill Nye: People confuse the word cynicism with the word skepticism. One is "you're not gonna pay People confuse the word cynicism with the word skepticism. One is "you're not gonna pay attention to anything, think everything's screwed up, nothing's ever gonna work out right", that's cynicism. But skepticism is, "you're presented with evidence and you do your best to draw conclusions based on that". So, as the saying goes, Bill Nye, do you believe in ghosts? No. However, I would love to see one. Bring it on. I'm open minded to the idea, but the more I look into it in a skeptical frame of thinking, the less likely it seems. — Bill Nye
Cynicism Love Sayings By Adam Wilson: Possible Ending #16 (Life Imitates Art Imitates Life Imitates Art Imitates): I'd seen this movie. Possible Ending #16 (Life Imitates Art Imitates Life Imitates Art Imitates): I'd seen this movie. Obvious ending: outright betrayal, lesson learned, life is heartbreak, people who mean well still fuck you over, everyone's sad, greedy, looking out for number one, no consideration for the fragile fat boy whose displayed cynicism only masks a deeper hope that everyone's okay, will ultimately end up all right, that love exists, that happiness may not be stable but at least comes in bursts, that everything worthwhile wasn't just a self-created illusion. — Adam Wilson
Cynicism Love Sayings By Dan Simmons: They made love then. Kassad, at twenty-three standard years, had been in love once and They made love then. Kassad, at twenty-three standard years, had been in love once and had enjoyed sex many times. He thought he knew the way and the why of it. There was nothing in his experience to that moment which he could not have described with a phrase and a laugh to his squadmates in the hold of a troop transport. With the calm, sure cynicism of a twenty-three-year-old veteran he was sure that he would never experience anything that could not be so described, so dismissed. He was wrong. He could never adequately share the sense of the next few minutes with anyone else. He would never try. — Dan Simmons
Cynicism Love Sayings By Matt Ridley: Sex is not about reproduc-tion, gender is not about males and females, courtship is not Sex is not about reproduc-tion, gender is not about males and females, courtship is not aboutpersuasion, fashion is not about beauty, and love is not about affec-tion. Below the surface of every banality and cliche there lies irony,cynicism, and profundity. — Matt Ridley
Cynicism Love Sayings By Jurgen Moltmann: Out of hope for eternal life, love for this vulnerable and mortal life is born Out of hope for eternal life, love for this vulnerable and mortal life is born afresh. This love does not give anything up. If we had to surrender hope for as much as one single creature, for us Christ would not have risen. The love founded on hope is the strongest medicine against the spreading sickness of resignation. The modern cynicism which is prepared to accept the death of so many created things is an ally of death. But we Christians are what Christoph Blumhardt called 'protest-people against death'. That is why out of the deadly depths we cry out for God's Spirit. That is why we cry out for the Spirit who sustains the whole creation, and wait for the Spirit of the new creation of all things. Our cry from the depths is a sign of life - a sign of divine life. — Jurgen Moltmann
Cynicism Love Sayings By Philip K. Dick: You're killing yourself with cynicism. Your idols got taken away from you one by one You're killing yourself with cynicism. Your idols got taken away from you one by one and now you have nothing to give your love to. — Philip K. Dick
Cynicism Love Sayings By Dave Matthes: Some people's glasses are half full. I'm the one drinking them. Some people have forgotten Some people's glasses are half full. I'm the one drinking them.
Some people have forgotten that Pluto is still a planet. I still remember my childhood.
Some people are vegans. I have common sense.
Some people call me Maurice. Some people call me the Gangsta of Love.
Some people just want to live ... but me, I'm the one still alive. — Dave Matthes
Cynicism Love Sayings By Napoleon Hill: I will eliminate hatred, envy, jealousy, selfishness, and cynicism, by developing love for all humanity, I will eliminate hatred, envy, jealousy, selfishness, and cynicism, by developing love for all humanity, because I know that a negative attitude toward others can never bring me success. I will cause others to believe in me, because I will believe in them, and in myself. — Napoleon Hill
Cynicism Love Sayings By Jerome K. Jerome: Ah, those foolish days, those foolish days when we were unselfish and pure-minded; those foolish Ah, those foolish days, those foolish days when we were unselfish and pure-minded; those foolish days when our simple hearts were full of truth, and faith, and reverence! Ah, those foolish days of noble longings and of noble strivings! And oh, these wise, clever days when we know that money is the only prize worth striving for, when we believe in nothing else but meanness and lies, when we care for no living creature but ourselves! — Jerome K. Jerome
Cynicism Love Sayings By Donald Miller: The backside of Hollywood passion is disappointment and loneliness - and more often than not, The backside of Hollywood passion is disappointment and loneliness - and more often than not, resentment and cynicism about the nature of love itself.
Betsy and I were building more of a symphony than a pop song. — Donald Miller
Cynicism Love Sayings By Barbara W. Tuchman: His one essay in love had exhausted his powers in that direction. His one essay in love had exhausted his powers in that direction. — Barbara W. Tuchman
Cynicism Love Sayings By Lloyd Alexander: Children's literature is considerably more functional than a good portion of adult literature. If I Children's literature is considerably more functional than a good portion of adult literature. If I were cynical, I might say: Children's books are written to be read; adult books are written to be talked about at cocktail parties.
There may be more truth that cynicism in that statement. My impression is that many adult books are written only to shock the reader (a short term goal, since shock quickly turns into boredom) or as calisthenics for the author's ego.
On the other hand, children's literature seems an area where books function as they were meant to; where they amaze, delight, and move our emotions. We can respect and admire any number of current adult books, but I find it hard to love them. — Lloyd Alexander
Cynicism Love Sayings By Brian D. McLaren: Enter faith, and a whole new factor enters the equation. Words like "impossible" seem out Enter faith, and a whole new factor enters the equation. Words like "impossible" seem out of place. Despair and cynicism feel like insults to God. Hope grows, and love, and therefore motivation to care, to give, to act, to try, to dream, to risk. — Brian D. McLaren
Cynicism Love Sayings By Donella H. Meadows: The most damaging example of the systems archetype called "drift to low performance" is the The most damaging example of the systems archetype called "drift to low performance" is the process by which modern industrial culture has eroded the goal of morality. The workings of the trap have been classic, and awful to behold. Examples of bad human behavior are held up, magnified by the media, affirmed by the culture, as typical. This is just what you would expect. After all, we're only human. The far more numerous examples of human goodness are barely noticed. They are "not news." They are exceptions. Must have been a saint. Can't expect everyone to behave like that. And so expectations are lowered. The gap between desired behavior and actual behavior narrows. Fewer actions are taken to affirm and instill ideals. The public discourse is full of cynicism. Public leaders are visibly, unrepentantly amoral or immoral and are not held to account. Idealism is ridiculed. Statements of moral belief are suspect. It is much easier to talk about hate in public than to talk about love. — Donella H. Meadows
Cynicism Love Sayings By Wayne Gerard Trotman: It is unfortunate that for some, kindness is an unwarranted expenditure, compassion an avoidable weakness, It is unfortunate that for some, kindness is an unwarranted expenditure, compassion an avoidable weakness, and love an unnecessary gamble. — Wayne Gerard Trotman
Cynicism Love Sayings By Helen George: I've been to L.A. before, and I love the sunshine and the fact that people I've been to L.A. before, and I love the sunshine and the fact that people seem so genuinely nice and pleased to see you - which is so different from London. Maybe I'll end up so tired of smiles and helpfulness that I'll long for the rudeness and cynicism of home. — Helen George
Cynicism Love Sayings By Molly Crabapple: Radicals often suspect beauty of corruption. Uptight fuckers though they sometimes are, they're right in Radicals often suspect beauty of corruption. Uptight fuckers though they sometimes are, they're right in one thing: art alone cannot change the world. Pens can't take on swords, let alone Predator drones. But as disappointment and violence spread, the antidote is a generosity that the best art can still inspire.

Art is hope against cynicism, creation against entropy. To make art is an act of both love and defiance. Though I'm a cynic, I believe these things are all we have. — Molly Crabapple
Cynicism Love Sayings By Merle Shain: You can tell a lot about what a man lacks by watching what he is You can tell a lot about what a man lacks by watching what he is cynical about, and many of us are cynical about love. — Merle Shain
Cynicism Love Sayings By Nora Ephron: Now I know that there's no such thing as the truth. That people are constantly Now I know that there's no such thing as the truth. That people are constantly misquoted. That news organizations are full of conspiracy (and that, in any case, ineptness is a kind of conspiracy). That emotional detachment and cynicism get you only so far. But for many years I was in love with journalism. I loved the city room. I loved the pack. I loved smoking and drinking scotch and playing dollar poker. I didn't know much about anything, and I was in a profession where you didn't have to. I loved the speed. I loved the deadlines. I loved that you wrapped the fish. You can't make this stuff up, I used to say. — Nora Ephron
Cynicism Love Sayings By Jayce O'Neal: Cynicism is when a small mind and a hurt heart rejects the hope, love, and Cynicism is when a small mind and a hurt heart rejects the hope, love, and truth of a big and caring God. — Jayce O'Neal
Cynicism Love Sayings By Rob Brezsny: Evil is boring. Cynicism is pointless. Fear is a bad habit. Despair is lazy. Hopelessness Evil is boring. Cynicism is pointless. Fear is a bad habit. Despair is lazy. Hopelessness is self-indulgent. On the other hand: Joy is fascinating. Love is an act of heroic genius. Pleasure is our birthright. Chronic ecstasy is a learnable skill. — Rob Brezsny
Cynicism Love Sayings By Jennifer Senior: The author describes the critic within us as adults as the selves who live too The author describes the critic within us as adults as the selves who live too much in their heads rather than their bodies, who are burdened with too much knowledge about how the world works rather than excited about how it could work or should, who are afraid of being judged and not being loved. Most adults do not live in a world of forgiveness and unconditional love, unless, that is, they have small children. — Jennifer Senior
Cynicism Love Sayings By Columbus Short: I'm a silly guy, I love wit and cynicism and sarcasm. I'm a silly guy, I love wit and cynicism and sarcasm. — Columbus Short
Cynicism Love Sayings By Jayce O'Neal: Cynicism places the cynic at the center seat of judgement with the self appointed authority Cynicism places the cynic at the center seat of judgement with the self appointed authority to criticize and condemn. — Jayce O'Neal
Cynicism Love Sayings By Julian Barnes: Loving humanity means as much, and as little, as loving raindrops, or loving the Milky Loving humanity means as much, and as little, as loving raindrops, or loving the Milky Way. You say that you love humanity? Are you sure you aren't treating yourself to easy self-congratulation, seeking approval, making certain you're on the right side? — Julian Barnes
Cynicism Love Sayings By David Nicholls: Most of the books and films I love walk a knife edge between romance and Most of the books and films I love walk a knife edge between romance and cynicism, and I wanted 'One Day' to stay on that line. I wanted it to be moving, but without being manipulative. — David Nicholls
Cynicism Love Sayings By Erich Fromm: Faith in life, in oneself, in others must be built on the hard rock of Faith in life, in oneself, in others must be built on the hard rock of realism; that is to say, on the capacity to see evil where it is, to see swindle, destructiveness, and selfishness not only when they are obvious but in their many disguises and rationalizations. Indeed, faith, love, and hope must go together with such a passion for seeing reality in all its nakedness that the outsider would be prone to call the attitude 'cynicism.' And cynical it is, when we mean by it the refusal to be taken in by the sweet and plausible lies that cover almost everything that is said and believed. But this kind of cynicism is not cynicism; it is uncompromisingly critical, a refusal to play the game in a system of deception. — Erich Fromm
Cynicism Love Sayings By Linda Yellin: He said cynicism's self-protection, a defense mechanism used by cowards who give up on love He said cynicism's self-protection, a defense mechanism used by cowards who give up on love because they're afraid love's given up on them. — Linda Yellin
Cynicism Love Sayings By Susan Elizabeth Phillips: You happened to me,You scare me to death, you know. When you stormed into my You happened to me,You scare me to death, you know. When you stormed into my life, you turned everything inside out. You upset all the things I believed about myself and made me think in new ways. I know who I used to be, but I'm finally ready to figure out who I am. Cynicism gets tiring, Isabel, and you've ... rested me.And don't you dare tell me you've stopped loving me back, because you're still a better person than I am, and I'm counting on you to take more care with my heart than I took with yours. — Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Cynicism Love Sayings By Walter Brueggemann: People notice peacemakers because they dress funny. We know how the people who make war People notice peacemakers because they dress funny. We know how the people who make war dress - in uniforms and medals, or in computers and clipboards, or in absoluteness, severity, greed, and cynicism. But the peacemaker is dressed in righteousness, justice, and faithfulness - dressed for the work that is to be done. — Walter Brueggemann
Cynicism Love Sayings By Jane Yolen: And for adults, the world of fantasy books returns to us the great words of And for adults, the world of fantasy books returns to us the great words of power which, in order to be tamed, we have excised from our adult vocabularies. These words are the pornography of innocence, words which adults no longer use with other adults, and so we laugh at them and consign them to the nursery, fear masking as cynicism. These are the words that were forged in the earth, air, fire, and water of human existence, and the words are:
Love. Hate. Good. Evil. Courage. Honor. Truth. — Jane Yolen
Cynicism Love Sayings By Marty Rubin: With the right kind of touch, sour apples turn sweet again. With the right kind of touch, sour apples turn sweet again. — Marty Rubin
Cynicism Love Sayings By Andre Maurois: Nothing provokes more cynicism than a great love that was not shared, but nothing produces Nothing provokes more cynicism than a great love that was not shared, but nothing produces more modesty either; I was utterly surprised to feel loved. The truth is: a passion that fully preoccupies a man draws women to him when he least wants them. Even if he is sentimental and tender by nature, when he is obsessed with another he becomes indifferent and almost brutal. Because he is unhappy, he sometimes allows himself to be temped by the offer of affection. As soon as he has tasted this affection, he tires of it and does not disguise the fact. Without wishing to and without even realizing it, he plays the most appalling game. He becomes dangerous and conquers because he himself has been vanquished. This was the case with me. I had never been more convinced of my own inability to attract women, I had never felt less desire to attract them, and I had never received so much clear proof of devotion and love. — Andre Maurois
Cynicism Love Sayings By Alain De Botton: If cynicism and love lie at opposite ends of a spectrum, do we not sometimes If cynicism and love lie at opposite ends of a spectrum, do we not sometimes fall in love in order to escape the debilitating cynicism to which we are prone? Is there not in every coup de foudre a certain willful exaggeration of the qualities of the beloved, an exaggeration which distracts us from our habitual pessimism and focuses our energies on someone in whom we can believe in a way we have never believed in ourselves? — Alain De Botton
Cynicism Love Sayings By Jennifer Phang: I love films that test cynicism and inspire you to do better in your dealings I love films that test cynicism and inspire you to do better in your dealings with your family and with strangers. — Jennifer Phang
Cynicism Love Sayings By Kingsley Amis: Jake was close to tears. In that moment he saw the world in its true Jake was close to tears. In that moment he saw the world in its true light, as a place where nothing had ever been any good and nothing of significance done: no art worth a second look, no philosophy of the slightest appositeness, no law but served the state, no history that gave an inkling of how it had been and what had happened. And no love, only egotism, infatuation and lust. — Kingsley Amis
Cynicism Love Sayings By Alice Walsh: Through experience, he had learnt to pick up all of the unmistakable signs of vulnerability Through experience, he had learnt to pick up all of the unmistakable signs of vulnerability in a woman, everything that pointed to her being an easy prey. — Alice Walsh
Cynicism Love Sayings By Henrik Ibsen: The truth is that there are two men in Ibsen - an idealist, exalted to The truth is that there are two men in Ibsen - an idealist, exalted to the verge of sentimentality, and a critic, hard, inexorable, remorseless, to the verge of cynicism. What we call his "social philosophy" is a modus vivendi arrived at between them. Both agree in repudiating "marriage for love"; — Henrik Ibsen
Cynicism Love Sayings By George Jean Nathan: A poet, any real poet, is simply an alchemist who transmutes his cynicism regarding human A poet, any real poet, is simply an alchemist who transmutes his cynicism regarding human beings into an optimism regarding the moon, the stars, the heavens, and the flowers, to say nothing of the spring, love, and dogs. — George Jean Nathan
Cynicism Love Sayings By Bryant McGill: Lay down your cynicism, and believe in the transformational power of love. Lay down your cynicism, and believe in the transformational power of love. — Bryant McGill
Cynicism Love Sayings By Krista Tippett: I'm consciously shedding the assumption that a skeptical point of view is the most intellectually I'm consciously shedding the assumption that a skeptical point of view is the most intellectually credible. Intellect does not function in opposition to mystery; tolerance is not more pragmatic than love; and cynicism is not more reasonable than hope. Unlike almost every worthwhile thing in life, cynicism is easy. It's never proven wrong by the corruption or the catastrophe. It's not generative. It judges things as they are, but does not lift a finger to try to shift them. I — Krista Tippett
Cynicism Love Sayings By Bell Hooks: Young people are cynical about love. Ultimately, cynicism is the great mask of the disappointed Young people are cynical about love. Ultimately, cynicism is the great mask of the disappointed and betrayed heart. — Bell Hooks
Cynicism Love Sayings By Alain De Botton: Few in this world are ever simply nasty; those who hurt us are themselves in Few in this world are ever simply nasty; those who hurt us are themselves in pain. The appropriate response is hence never cynicism nor aggression but, at the rare moments one can manage it, always love. — Alain De Botton
Cynicism Love Sayings By Alice Munro: He loved her for her wit, her cynicism, her deceptions. Less than lovable these seem He loved her for her wit, her cynicism, her deceptions. Less than lovable these seem to me now. They are both sly, Hugh and Margaret, they are socially awkward, easily embarrassed. But cold underneath, you may be sure, colder than us easy flirts with our charms and conquests. They do not reveal themselves. They will never admit to anything, never have to talk about anything, no, I could claw their skin and it would be my own fingers that would bleed. I could scream at them till my throat bursts and never alter their self-possession, change the look of their sly averted faces. Both blond, both easy blushers, both cold mockers. They have contempt for me. That is rubbish of course. Nothing for me. All for each other. Love. — Alice Munro
Cynicism Love Sayings By Philip K. Dick: Maintained his stance of cynicism, could not speak from grief; the two of them drove Maintained his stance of cynicism, could not speak from grief; the two of them drove along and then Kevin slapped him on the shoulder, which is the only avenue open to men to show love for each other. — Philip K. Dick
Cynicism Love Sayings By Wayne Gerard Trotman: The world has become jaded. Romance has died, some no longer believe in love, and The world has become jaded. Romance has died, some no longer believe in love, and because of this, they suffer. — Wayne Gerard Trotman
Cynicism Love Sayings By John Howard Yoder: The church seeks to help form people who can risk being peaceful in a violent The church seeks to help form people who can risk being peaceful in a violent world, risk being kind in a competitive world, risk being faithful in an age of cynicism, risk being gentle among those who admire the tough, risk love when it may not be returned, because we have the confidence that in Christ we have been reborn into a new reality. — John Howard Yoder
Cynicism Love Sayings By Alain De Botton: If you asked most people whether they believed in love or not, they'd probably say If you asked most people whether they believed in love or not, they'd probably say they didn't. Yet that's not necessarily what they truly think. It's just the way they defend themselves against what they want. They believe in it, but pretend they don't until they're allowed to. Most people would throw away all their cynicism if they could. The majority just never gets the chance. — Alain De Botton
Cynicism Love Sayings By William Arthur Ward: Every person has the power to make others happy. Some do it simply by entering Every person has the power to make others happy.
Some do it simply by entering a room
others by leaving the room.
Some individuals leave trails of gloom;
others, trails of joy.
Some leave trails of hate and bitterness;
others, trails of love and harmony.
Some leave trails of cynicism and pessimism;
others trails of faith and optimism.
Some leave trails of criticism and resignation;
others trails of gratitude and hope.
What kind of trails do you leave? — William Arthur Ward
Cynicism Love Sayings By Jenna Brooks: Don't cheat people out of loving you, and love them back - right where they Don't cheat people out of loving you, and love them back - right where they stand. And if they turn away, let you down, leave you feeling mocked ... Well, you'll survive the true fools of the world. You'll grow wise from the experience, if you don't hide yourself away.
Live with your heart wide-open. The one thing you must know, to avoid falling into cynicism, is this:
Be careful of asking for nothing at all - because that's what you'll end up with. — Jenna Brooks
Cynicism Love Sayings By Alain De Botton: But seriously, if you asked most people whether they believed in love or not, they'd But seriously, if you asked most people whether they believed in love or not, they'd probably say they didn't. Yet that's not necessarily what they truly think. It's just the way they defend themselves against what they want. They believe in it, but pretend they don't until they're allowed to. Most people would throw away all their cynicism if they could. The majority just never get the chance. — Alain De Botton
Cynicism Love Sayings By Bangambiki Habyarimana: Divide and rule, weaken and conquer, love and enslave, these are three tenets of politics Divide and rule, weaken and conquer, love and enslave, these are three tenets of politics — Bangambiki Habyarimana
Cynicism Love Sayings By Nicholson Baker: I don't think that loneliness is necessarily a bad or unconstructive condition. My own skill I don't think that loneliness is necessarily a bad or unconstructive condition. My own skill at jamming time may actually be dependent on some fluid mixture of emotions, among them curiosity, sexual desire, and love, all suspended in a solvent medium of loneliness. I like the heroes or heroines of books I read to be living alone, and feeling lonely, because reading is itself a state of artificially enhanced loneliness. Loneliness makes you consider other people's lives, makes you more polite to those you deal with in passing, dampens irony and cynicism. The interior of the Fold is, of course, the place of ultimate loneliness, and I like it there. But there are times when the wish for others' voices, for friendliness returned, reaches unpleasant levels, and becomes a kind of immobilizing pain. That was how it felt as I finished packing up the box of sex machines. — Nicholson Baker
Cynicism Love Sayings By Marianne Williamson: I think moral outrage is born not of anger but of love. It comes from I think moral outrage is born not of anger but of love. It comes from the highest in us, not from a low-level sense of anger or cynicism. — Marianne Williamson
Cynicism Love Sayings By Erica Jong: Sometimes it seems both our kids and our parents were smarter than we were. We Sometimes it seems both our kids and our parents were smarter than we were. We fell somewhere between our parents' thirties idealism and our kids' eighties cynicism. Somewhere deep down we still believe that all we need is love, love, love. Somewhere deep down we question how we got grey hair. How on earth did we get to be the grown-ups?
The wonder is that our kids are growing up
despite all that we did to destroy them. — Erica Jong
Cynicism Love Sayings By Jane Lotter: I take in his smooth cheeks, his rough chin and jaw, the developing wrinkles at I take in his smooth cheeks, his rough chin and jaw, the developing wrinkles at the corners of his eyes.
'We fall in love with somebody who maybe seems like a bad match,' Tully says, 'and our friends run around saying 'What does he see in her?' What he sees in her is what's hidden from everyone else. He's fallen in love with something invisible.'
'Or possibly he's made a common mistake,' I say, gazing at Tully. 'He was needy. He fell for outward appearances. He projected onto this person whatever it was he'd always longed for in a relationship, whatever he hungered for in life. He fell in love with the idea of love.'
'That's a pretty cynical point of view,' Tully says. — Jane Lotter