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100 Good Hearted Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Good Hearted Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: This takes a bit of getting used to," he said. "All this smiling and good This takes a bit of getting used to," he said. "All this smiling and good spirits. You've never been one of those lighthearted fellows."
"I'm not lighthearted, I'm . . . wholehearted."
Severin smiled reflectively as they stood to shake hands. "It must be nice," he mused, "to be any kind of hearted. — Lisa Kleypas
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Good Hearted Sayings By Tessa Dare: Don't you do that." She turned away from the mirror, toward him. "Don't you dare Don't you do that." She turned away from the mirror, toward him. "Don't you dare make a joke. It took a great deal of courage to say what I did. And you don't have to speak a word in return, but I will insist you be man enough to take it. I won't have you making light of my feelings, or making light of yourself - as if you're not worthy of them. Because you are worthy, Colin. You're a generous, good-hearted person, and you deserve to be loved. Deeply, truly, well, and often — Tessa Dare
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Good Hearted Sayings By Dalai Lama: We should practice by showing one another love and helping one another. It is a We should practice by showing one another love and helping one another. It is a mistake to pursue happiness and to seek to the avoid suffering by deceiving and humiliating other people. We must try to achieve happiness and eliminate suffering by being good-hearted and well-behaved. — Dalai Lama
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Good Hearted Sayings By Henry Sy: In life and in business, you need to be good-hearted and trustworthy, and to have In life and in business, you need to be good-hearted and trustworthy, and to have integrity. This is the way to build long-term relationships. It is also important to be optimistic and to look at challenges as opportunities. — Henry Sy
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Good Hearted Sayings By Patrick Ness: Because humans are complicated beasts, the monster said. How can a queen be both a Because humans are complicated beasts, the monster said. How can a queen be both a good witch and a bad witch? How can a prince be a murderer and a saviour? How can an apothecary be evil-tempered but right-thinking? How can a parson be wrong-thinking but good-hearted? How can invisible men make themselves more lonely by being seen? — Patrick Ness
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Good Hearted Sayings By Hunter S. Thompson: Let us toast to animal pleasures, to escapism, to rain on the roof and instant Let us toast to animal pleasures, to escapism, to rain on the roof and instant coffee, to unemployment insurance and library cards, to absinthe and good-hearted landlords, to music and warm bodies and contraceptives ... and to the "good life", whatever it is and wherever it happens to be. — Hunter S. Thompson
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Good Hearted Sayings By Noah Hawley: I think for really good-hearted people, that idea of putting yourself in the shoes of I think for really good-hearted people, that idea of putting yourself in the shoes of a monster to figure out why they acted that way, that's a really frightening idea. — Noah Hawley
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Good Hearted Sayings By Daniel James Brown: There was a straightforward reason for what was happening. The boys in the Clipper had There was a straightforward reason for what was happening. The boys in the Clipper had been winnowed down by punishing competition, and in the winnowing a kind of common character had issued forth: they were all skilled, they were all tough, they were all fiercely determined, but they were also all good-hearted. — Daniel James Brown
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Good Hearted Sayings By Kaal Kaczmarek: Sensing that this stranger was not the dangerous kind, and being the caring, big-hearted dog Sensing that this stranger was not the dangerous kind, and being the caring, big-hearted dog that he had built his reputation on, Lucky decided that a good dose of tongue licking would put matters right. However, in a twist of bad timing, unluckily for Lucky, he landed his lick just as Felicity rolled over onto her back. So, instead of a friendly lick across the ears as he intended, Lucky's long slobbery, pink tongue made a trail from Felicity's chin to her cherry red lips and up to her forehead.
'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRGHHHH! — Kaal Kaczmarek
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Good Hearted Sayings By Symeon The New Theologian: What is the cause that one is hardened, and another readily moved to compunction? Listen! What is the cause that one is hardened, and another readily moved to compunction? Listen! It springs from the will, in the latter case a good will, in the former an evil one. It springs also from the thoughts, in the former case evil thoughts, in the latter from the opposite; and similarly from actions, in the former case actions contrary to God, in the latter godly ones ... it is by free choice of the will that every person either attains compunction and humility, or else becomes hard-hearted and proud. — Symeon The New Theologian
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Good Hearted Sayings By Mary Francis Kennedy Fisher: When you think you can stand no more of the wolf's snuffing under the door When you think you can stand no more of the wolf's snuffing under the door and keening softly on cold nights, throw discretion into the laundry bag, put candles on the table, and for your own good if not the pleasure of an admiring audience make one or another of the recipes in this chapter. And buy yourself a bottle of wine, or make a few cocktails, or have a long open-hearted discussion of cheeses with the man on the corner who is an alien but still loyal if bewildered. — Mary Francis Kennedy Fisher
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Good Hearted Sayings By James Joyce: I feel more strongly with every recurring year that our country has no tradition which I feel more strongly with every recurring year that our country has no tradition which does it so much honour and which it should guard so jealously as that of its hospitality. It is a tradition that is unique as far as my experience goes (and I have visited not a few places abroad) among the modern nations. Some would say, perhaps, that with us it is rather a failing than anything to be boasted of. But granted even that, it is, to my mind, a princely failing, and one that I trust will long be cultivated among us. Of one thing, at least, I am sure. As long as this one roof shelters the good ladies aforesaid- and I wish from my heart it may do so for many and many a long year to come- the tradition of genuine warm-hearted courteous Irish hospitality, which our forefathers have handed down to us and which we must hand down to our descendants, is still alive among us. — James Joyce
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Good Hearted Sayings By W.S. Gilbert: Oh! a private buffoon is a light-hearted loon,If you listen to popular rumour;From morning to Oh! a private buffoon is a light-hearted loon,
If you listen to popular rumour;
From morning to night he's so joyous and bright,
And he bubbles with wit and good humour! — W.S. Gilbert
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Good Hearted Sayings By Mark Bowden: You could send in your bleeding-heart do-gooders, you could hold hands and pray and sing You could send in your bleeding-heart do-gooders, you could hold hands and pray and sing hootenanny songs and invoke the great gods CNN and BBC, but the only way to finally open the roads to the big-eyed babies was to show up with more guns. And in this real world, nobody had more or better guns than America. If the good-hearted ideals of humankind were to prevail, then they needed men who could make it happen. — Mark Bowden
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Good Hearted Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: How wholesome winter is, seen far or near; how good, above all mere sentimental, warm-blooded, How wholesome winter is, seen far or near; how good, above all mere sentimental, warm-blooded, short-lived, soft-hearted, moral goodness, commonly so called. Give me the goodness which has forgotten its own deeds,
which God has seen to be good, and let be. — Henry David Thoreau
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Good Hearted Sayings By Algis Valiunas: A millenarian fire burned in Oppenheimer's spirit, fueled by his pride as a world-historical individual, A millenarian fire burned in Oppenheimer's spirit, fueled by his pride as a world-historical individual, by his fear that the natural force he loosed upon the world would escape all human control, and by a pure-hearted longing to ensure that his discovery of the devastation latent in the elemental substance of the world would serve concord rather than the ultimate discord, perpetual peace rather than permanent self-destruction. — Algis Valiunas
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Good Hearted Sayings By P.G. Wodehouse: Joan was nothing more than a friend. He was not in love with her. One Joan was nothing more than a friend. He was not in love with her. One does not fall in love with a girl whom one has met only three times. One is attracted, yes; but one does not fall in love.
A moment's reflection enabled him to diagnose his sensations correctly. This odd impulse to leap across the compartment and kiss Joan was not love. It was merely the natural desire of a good-hearted young man to be decently chummy with his species. — P.G. Wodehouse
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Good Hearted Sayings By Sandra Tsing Loh: It's not racism per se but the tyranny of normalcy - no: the tyranny of It's not racism per se but the tyranny of normalcy - no: the tyranny of attractive normalcy. Which leads to loveable white models who are supposed to be playing ordinary, adorably flawed professionals just like you and me with their brilliant minority friends (with vastly less camera time) who are surgeons. But it's not just ethnicity. That narrow vision also extends to, say, things like women leads. Women leads have to be good-hearted and nice, with a Slutty Best Friend. The main character can't be slutty. Because that's not attractively normal etc — Sandra Tsing Loh
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Good Hearted Sayings By Joseph Epstein: Conservatives and those on the right are usually willing to settle for thinking themselves correct Conservatives and those on the right are usually willing to settle for thinking themselves correct on political issues; those on the left have always needed to feel not so much that they are correct but that they are also good. Disagree with someone on the right and he is likely to think you obtuse, wrong, sentimental, foolish, a dope; disagree with someone one the left and he is more likely to think you selfish, cold-hearted, a sellout, evil-in league with the devil, he might say, if he didn't think religious terminology too coarse for our secular age. To this day one will hear of people who fell for Communism in a big way let off the hook because they were sincere; if one's heart is in the right place, nothing else matters, even if one's naive opinions made it easier for tyrants to murder millions. — Joseph Epstein
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Good Hearted Sayings By Tom Stoppard: It's where we're nearest to our humanness. Useless knowledge for its own sake. Useful knowledge It's where we're nearest to our humanness. Useless knowledge for its own sake. Useful knowledge is good, too, but it's for the faint-hearted, an elaboration of the real thing, which is only to shine some light, it doesn't matter where on what, it's the light itself, against the darkness, it's what's left of God's purpose when you take away God. — Tom Stoppard
Good Hearted Sayings By Gillian Flynn: My dad had limitations. That's what my good-hearted mom always told us. He had limitations, My dad had limitations. That's what my good-hearted mom always told us. He had limitations, but he meant no harm. It was kind of her to say, but he did do harm. — Gillian Flynn
Good Hearted Sayings By Bob Odenkirk: Even if people end up doing awful things, you can empathize with their motives when Even if people end up doing awful things, you can empathize with their motives when you know them. When you get to know the person, you can understand why they make those choices, even if they're bad. And oftentimes people do have good drives that are sympathetic and can even be seen as selfless and good-hearted. — Bob Odenkirk
Good Hearted Sayings By Emile Hirsch: There's something about the good-hearted guy fighting the system. I just love that. That's how There's something about the good-hearted guy fighting the system. I just love that. That's how 'Speed' is. He's a really focused guy with a heart of gold and the corporations are trying to crush him and use him for his skills to make them more money. — Emile Hirsch
Good Hearted Sayings By Alison Eastwood: I'd like to be remembered for being a good-hearted soul that left this planet better I'd like to be remembered for being a good-hearted soul that left this planet better than I found it. — Alison Eastwood
Good Hearted Sayings By Mark Spragg: I am fond of the sound of horses in the night. The lifting of feet. I am fond of the sound of horses in the night. The lifting of feet. Stamping. The clicking of their iron shoes against rock. They mouth one anothers withers and rear and squeal and whirl and shuffle and cough and stand and snort. There is the combined rumblings of each individual gut. They sound larger than they are. The air tastes of horses, ripples as though come alive with their good-hearted strength and stamina. — Mark Spragg
Good Hearted Sayings By Hermann Hesse: The world is going under, I thought, and this notion so little surprised me, it The world is going under, I thought, and this notion so little surprised me, it seemed as though I had been waiting a long time for just that to happen. But now, from amid the burning and collapsing city, I saw a boy come toward me. His hands were buried in his pockets and he hopped and skipped from one leg to another, resilient and light-hearted. Then he stopped and emitted an ingenious whistle
our signal from grade school days, and the boy was my friend who had shot himself when he was a student. Immediately I too became, like him, a boy of twelve, and the burning city and the distant thunder and the blustering storm of howling voices from all corners of the world sounded wondrously exquisite to our newly awakened ears. Now everything was good, and the dark nightmare in which I had lived for so many despairing years was gone forever. — Hermann Hesse
Good Hearted Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: And what did I see? I saw people who are elegant, open-hearted, intelligent; I saw And what did I see? I saw people who are elegant, open-hearted, intelligent; I saw an elder statesman who was kind and attentive to a boy like me; I saw people who are capable of understanding and forgiving, good-natured Russian people, almost as good-natured and warm-hearted as those whom I met back there, almost as good as them. So you may imagine how happily I was surprised! Oh, permit me to say this! I had heard a great deal and was very much of the conviction that in society all is style, all is decrepit formality, while the essence has dried up; but I mean, now I can see for myself that it cannot be so in our country; it may be like that in other countries, but not in ours. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Good Hearted Sayings By John Steinbeck: Guy don't need no sense to be a nice fella. Seems to me sometimes it Guy don't need no sense to be a nice fella. Seems to me sometimes it jus' works the other way around. Take a real smart guy and he ain't hardly ever a nice fella. — John Steinbeck
Good Hearted Sayings By Brian Jacques: is because you are kind and good, not a hard-hearted pitiless rat like Cluny. Please is because you are kind and good, not a hard-hearted pitiless rat like Cluny. Please listen to me. Even the strongest and bravest must sometimes weep. It shows they have a great heart, one that can feel compassion for others. You are brave, Matthias. Already you have done great things for one so young. I am only a simple country-bred fieldmouse, but even I can see the courage and leadership in you. A burning brand shows the way, and each day your flame grows brighter. — Brian Jacques
Good Hearted Sayings By Randy Alcorn: Good-hearted laughter is a tribute to the happy God, who created laughter and delights to Good-hearted laughter is a tribute to the happy God, who created laughter and delights to enter into it with us. — Randy Alcorn
Good Hearted Sayings By Sophie Kinsella: She believes in love and romance. She believes her life is one day going to She believes in love and romance. She believes her life is one day going to be transformed into something wonderful and exciting. She has hopes and fears and worries, just like anyone. Sometimes she feels frightened. Sometimes she feels unloved. Sometimes she feels she will never gain approval from those people who are most important to her. But she's brave and good-hearted and faces her life head-on. — Sophie Kinsella
Good Hearted Sayings By Brigitte Gabriel: The radical Islamic movement has availed itself of the PC mentality to convince good-hearted people The radical Islamic movement has availed itself of the PC mentality to convince good-hearted people around the world that the Jews, Israel, and the 'fascist government of the United States of America' are responsible for the ills of the Muslim people, and that their daily suffering is because of them. The PC crowds label anyone who disagrees with this notion a bigot. Human rights groups such as Amnesty International and the like have picked up on this phenomenon. — Brigitte Gabriel
Good Hearted Sayings By Donna Goddard: Life is not a competition. No one has to lose for someone else to win. Life is not a competition. No one has to lose for someone else to win. A true blessing blesses everyone. A fragmented love which makes others lose will eventually turn upon itself and destroy the very thing which was being so carefully guarded. An open-hearted love will follow a course which can only lead somewhere good. — Donna Goddard
Good Hearted Sayings By Mehmet Murat Ildan: As long as you stay as a good hearted person, you will keep the innocence As long as you stay as a good hearted person, you will keep the innocence in your face. — Mehmet Murat Ildan
Good Hearted Sayings By Jean Craighead George: I throw back my head, and, feeling free as the wind, breathe in the fresh I throw back my head, and, feeling free as the wind, breathe in the fresh mountain air. Although I am heavy-hearted, my spirits are rising. To walk in nature is always good medicine. — Jean Craighead George
Good Hearted Sayings By Marquis De Sade: That tender compunction of the honest-minded, so different from the hateful intoxication of criminals ... That tender compunction of the honest-minded, so different from the hateful intoxication of criminals ... — Marquis De Sade
Good Hearted Sayings By James Patterson: I took a bite of cookie and chewed. "Hmmm," I said, trying not to spit I took a bite of cookie and chewed. "Hmmm," I said, trying not to spit crumbs. "Clear vanilla notes, too-sweet chocolate chips, distinct flavor of brown sugar. A decent cookie, not spectacular. Still, a good-hearted cookie, not pretentious." I turned to Fang. "What say you?"
"It's fine."
Some people just don't have what it takes to appreciate a cookie. — James Patterson
Good Hearted Sayings By Jim McGarrah: A human can be a real prick but maintain the capacity for good and a A human can be a real prick but maintain the capacity for good and a good hearted soul is capable of great evil. Never judge a person as absolutely one way or another because you sell the human race short when you do. — Jim McGarrah
Good Hearted Sayings By Robert Graves: Most men - it is my experience - are neither virtuous nor scoundrels, good-hearted nor Most men - it is my experience - are neither virtuous nor scoundrels, good-hearted nor bad-hearted. They are a little of one thing and a little of the other and nothing for any length of time: ignoble mediocrities. — Robert Graves
Good Hearted Sayings By Lionel Shriver: You can call it innocence, or you can call it gullibility, but Celia made the You can call it innocence, or you can call it gullibility, but Celia made the most common mistake of the good-hearted: she assumed that everyone else was just like her. — Lionel Shriver
Good Hearted Sayings By Karen Witemeyer: You've a good heart,Joanna Robbins,he said from his perch on the wagon seat. It's easy You've a good heart,Joanna Robbins,he said from his perch on the wagon seat. It's easy to see why Jackson admires you. — Karen Witemeyer
Good Hearted Sayings By Neil Gaiman: It is going to take more than just a couple of good-hearted souls to raise It is going to take more than just a couple of good-hearted souls to raise this child. It will take a graveyard. — Neil Gaiman
Good Hearted Sayings By Neil Gaiman: I just keep thinking about Thor. You never knew him. Big guy, like you. Good I just keep thinking about Thor. You never knew him. Big guy, like you. Good hearted. Not bright, but he'd give you the goddamned shirt off his back if you asked him. And he killed himself. He put a gun in his mouth and blew his head off in Philadelphia in 1932. — Neil Gaiman
Good Hearted Sayings By Dorothy Dunnett: Be kind to her when she comes back. Her love is not only for children Be kind to her when she comes back. Her love is not only for children but for humanity. She will be a good-hearted and magnificent zealot one day. As her mother is now.
Goodbye, Kate. And below he had signed as he rarely did, with his Christian name. — Dorothy Dunnett
Good Hearted Sayings By Jean-Claude Izzo: I felt suffocated. And alone. More alone than ever. Every year, I ostentatiously crossed out I felt suffocated. And alone. More alone than ever. Every year, I ostentatiously crossed out of my address book any friend who'd made a racist remark, neglected those whose only ambition was a new car and a Club Med vacation, and forgot all those who played the Lottery. I loved fishing and silence. Walking the hills. Drinking cold Cassis, Lagavulin, or Oban late into the night. I didn't talk much. Had opinions about everything. Life and death. Good and evil. I was a film buff. Loved music. I'd stopped reading contemporary novels. More than anything, I loathed half-hearted, spineless people. — Jean-Claude Izzo
Good Hearted Sayings By Pope Francis: We must regain the conviction that we need one another, that we have a shared We must regain the conviction that we need one another, that we have a shared responsibility for others and the world, and that being good and decent are worth it. We have had enough of immorality and the mockery of ethics, goodness, faith and honesty. It is time to acknowledge that light-hearted superficiality has done us no good. When the foundations of social life are corroded, what ensues are battles over conflicting interests, new forms of violence and brutality, and obstacles to the growth of a genuine culture of care for the environment. — Pope Francis
Good Hearted Sayings By Michael Hutchence: What we try to do with all of our albums, is live out our musical What we try to do with all of our albums, is live out our musical fantasies in the most honest fashion we know how ... We want to include songs that lyrically cover subjects ranging from the heaviest things we've ever done to light-hearted experiences that can best be presented through sentimental bluesy ballads that are usually good for a chuckle or two. — Michael Hutchence
Good Hearted Sayings By Frederic William Moorman: Wi' basket oft shoo walks abroad To some poor lonely elf; To ivery one shoo Wi' basket oft shoo walks abroad To some poor lonely elf; To ivery one shoo knaws t' reight way At's poorer nor(2) herself. Shoo niverr speyks o' what shoo gives, Kind, gentle-hearted sowl; I' charity her hands find wark, Shoo's good alike to all. — Frederic William Moorman
Good Hearted Sayings By Richard Roeper: Becca Gardner is wonderful as the good-hearted little Griff who refuses to be daunted by Becca Gardner is wonderful as the good-hearted little Griff who refuses to be daunted by all the heart-ache and resentment on dad's ranch and this young actress proves there's another young child actress in Hollywood besides Dakota Fanning. — Richard Roeper
Good Hearted Sayings By Taylor Caldwell: Saints rarely have friends; they are usually hated and derided, for they love and love Saints rarely have friends; they are usually hated and derided, for they love and love is always rejected by hard-hearted men ... saints do not advertise themselves; good men do not seek out a name in the world ... the saints did what they did almost in stealth, asking nothing except that men love God. — Taylor Caldwell
Good Hearted Sayings By Lauren Barnholdt: I traded being heartbroken over one guys for being completely heartbroken over another. And I I traded being heartbroken over one guys for being completely heartbroken over another. And I didn't even get to have any fun in between. No relationship, no sex, not even a good makeout session. — Lauren Barnholdt
Good Hearted Sayings By Shawn Hatosy: John Wells and Christopher Chulack were pretty honest from the get-go in our first meeting John Wells and Christopher Chulack were pretty honest from the get-go in our first meeting about 'Southland.' They were looking to create characters that were believable in the environment of the LAPD - multi-dimensional, layered characters with real flaws; good-hearted cops mixed with the perfect amount of heroism and irony. — Shawn Hatosy
Good Hearted Sayings By Christopher Hitchens: If only you were half so good as he! He sins no sins but gentle If only you were half so good as he! He sins no sins but gentle drunkenness, Great-hearted mirth, and kind adultery. — Christopher Hitchens
Good Hearted Sayings By Michelle Alexander: As a society, our collective understanding of racism has been powerfully influenced by the shocking As a society, our collective understanding of racism has been powerfully influenced by the shocking images of the Jim Crow era and the struggle for civil rights. When we think of racism we think of Governor Wallace of Alabama blocking the schoolhouse door; we think of water hoses, lynchings, racial epithets, and "whites only" signs. These images make it easy to forget that many wonderful, good-hearted white people who were generous to others, respectful of their neighbors, and even kind to their black maids, gardeners, or shoe shiners - and wished them well - nevertheless went to the polls and voted for racial segregation. — Michelle Alexander
Good Hearted Sayings By Susan Fletcher: Mostly, she sees the good in the world, the light where there is dark ... Mostly, she sees the good in the world, the light where there is dark ... She sees beauty where we mostly pass it by. But tonight, she was heavy-hearted. I think sometimes she unfolds all her losses and stares at them, in the dark. — Susan Fletcher
Good Hearted Sayings By Cameron Jace: Mad is beautiful," I say. "It has its flaws, but when shared with the good-hearted Mad is beautiful," I say. "It has its flaws, but when shared with the good-hearted it's beautiful. — Cameron Jace
Good Hearted Sayings By Josef Pieper: Enduring comprises a strong activity of the soul, namely, a vigorous grasping of and clinging Enduring comprises a strong activity of the soul, namely, a vigorous grasping of and clinging to the good; and only from this stout-hearted activity can the strength to support the physical and spiritual suffering of injury and death be nourished. — Josef Pieper
Good Hearted Sayings By J. Mack Stiles: There is much room for humility when it comes to evangelism. We need to acknowledge There is much room for humility when it comes to evangelism. We need to acknowledge that God is sovereign and can do as he wills to bring people to himself. There is no formula that dictates how God must work in evangelism. And though we may disagree with the evangelistic practices of individuals, ministries, or churches, we must also recognize that when people develop good-hearted commitments to evangelism, God can produce true fruit. I, for one, will take people practicing evangelism as best they can over those who forgo evangelism until they have the perfect practice. — J. Mack Stiles
Good Hearted Sayings By Edna Ferber: She read absorbedly books found in boarding-house parlours, in hotels, in such public libraries as She read absorbedly books found in boarding-house parlours, in hotels, in such public libraries as the times afforded. She was alone for hours a day, daily. Frequently her father, fearful of loneliness for her, brought her an armful of books and she had an orgy, dipping and swooping about among them in a sort of gourmand's ecstasy of indecision. In this way, at fifteen, she knew the writings of Byron, Jane Austen, Dickens, Charlotte Bronte, Felicia Hemans. Not to speak of Mrs. E.D.E.N. Southworth, Bertha M. Clay, and that good fairy of the scullery, the Fireside Companion, in whose pages factory girls and dukes were brought together as inevitably as steak and onions. These last were, of course, the result of Selina's mode of living, and were loaned to her by kind-hearted landladies, chambermaids, and waitresses all the way from California to New York. — Edna Ferber
Good Hearted Sayings By Graham Greene: How often the priest had heard the same confessionMan was so limited: he hadn't even How often the priest had heard the same confession
Man was so limited: he hadn't even the ingenuity to invent a new vice: the animals knew as much. It was for this world that Christ had died: the more evil you saw and heard about you, the greater the glory lay around the death; it was too easy to die for what was good or beautiful, for home or children or civilization
it needed a God to die for the half-hearted and the corrupt. — Graham Greene
Good Hearted Sayings By Hugh Laurie: As a real person, he wouldn't last a minute, would he? But drama is about As a real person, he wouldn't last a minute, would he? But drama is about imperfection. And we've moved away from the aspirational hero. We got tired of it, it was dull. If I was House's friend, I would hate it. How he so resolutely refuses to be happy or take the kind-hearted road. But we don't always like morally good people, do we? — Hugh Laurie
Good Hearted Sayings By Barbara Marciniak: When you laugh with good-hearted innocence at your own creations, you are free. When you laugh with good-hearted innocence at your own creations, you are free. — Barbara Marciniak
Good Hearted Sayings By Lionel Blue: On the way to work good-hearted young girls sometimes offer me their seats, which I On the way to work good-hearted young girls sometimes offer me their seats, which I accept and bless them in return, a transaction satisfying to all concerned. — Lionel Blue
Good Hearted Sayings By Sally Murphy: In the libraryI search for a good book.We have many books,says Mrs. Rose, the librarian,and In the library
I search for a good book.
We have many books,
says Mrs. Rose, the librarian,
and ALL of them are good.
Of course she says that. It's her job.
But do I want to read about
Trucks
Trains and
Transport?
Or even
Horses
Houses and
Hyenas?

In the fiction corner
there are pink boks
full of princesses
and girls who want to be princesses
and black books
about bad boys
and brave boys
and brawny boys.

Where is the book
about a girl
whose poems don't rhyme
and whose Granny is fading?
Pearl, says Mrs. Rose, the bell has rung.

I go back to class
empty-handed
empty headed
empty-hearted. — Sally Murphy
Good Hearted Sayings By Langston Hughes: Americans of good-will, the nice decent church people, the well-meaning liberals, the good hearted souls Americans of good-will, the nice decent church people, the well-meaning liberals, the good hearted souls who themselves wouldn't lynch anyone, must begin to realize that they have to be more than passively good-hearted, more than church goingly Christian, and much more than word-of-mouth in the liberalism. — Langston Hughes
Good Hearted Sayings By Miranda Kerr: I guess I'm just an open-hearted, fair, good person. I try to encourage people to I guess I'm just an open-hearted, fair, good person. I try to encourage people to be their best and look inside themselves and find out what they are passionate about and expand on that and enjoy life. — Miranda Kerr
Good Hearted Sayings By Paramahansa Yogananda: Never be petty. Do not feed resentments against anyone. I prefer good-hearted sinners to so Never be petty. Do not feed resentments against anyone. I prefer good-hearted sinners to so called good people who are intolerant and devoid of compassion. Being spiritual is to have an open mind, understand and forgive, and be friends with everyone. — Paramahansa Yogananda
Good Hearted Sayings By Alexander McCall Smith: Like ageism and sexism, lookism was everywhere, resulting in the good-looking getting the best jobs, Like ageism and sexism, lookism was everywhere, resulting in the good-looking getting the best jobs, winning all the plaudits, being let off the most parking tickets by soft-hearted traffic wardens; being generally favoured. — Alexander McCall Smith
Good Hearted Sayings By Drexel Deal: One who has a deaden conscience can never live within the confinements of the law. One who has a deaden conscience can never live within the confinements of the law. — Drexel Deal
Good Hearted Sayings By Billy Ray Cyrus: My kids learned to color on this table. There's been a lot that's went around My kids learned to color on this table. There's been a lot that's went around this table. Waylon Jennings sat right there in that chair and showed Miley the chords to 'Good Hearted Woman.' Sitting in that chair. This table's a bit like life. It's a circle. And I believe everything in life is a circle. You come into this world a little teeny wrinkled-up fetus — Billy Ray Cyrus
Good Hearted Sayings By Heather Lynn Rigaud: It seemed so good when it started.I gave my trust to you.I came to you It seemed so good when it started.
I gave my trust to you.
I came to you open-hearted,
Hoping it was true.
Now I've gotten smart.
Now I've learned some things.
Now I know that what once was a start,
Is just an ending.
The longest good-bye
I ever knew,
The longest good-bye
Was the day
I said hello to you. — Heather Lynn Rigaud
Good Hearted Sayings By Cindy McCain: I think Americans are good-hearted, open-minded people and race doesn't enter into this - at I think Americans are good-hearted, open-minded people and race doesn't enter into this - at all. — Cindy McCain
Good Hearted Sayings By J. Budziszewski: As any sin passes through its stages from temptation, to toleration, to approval, its name As any sin passes through its stages from temptation, to toleration, to approval, its name is first euphemized, then avoided, then forgotten. A colleague tells me that some of his fellow legal scholars call child molestation "intergenerational intimacy": that's euphemism. A good-hearted editor tried to talk me out of using the term "sodomy": that's avoidance. My students don't know the word "fornication" at all: that's forgetfulness. — J. Budziszewski
Good Hearted Sayings By Randolph S. Churchill: A great, crude, strong, young people are the Americans - like a boisterous healthy boy A great, crude, strong, young people are the Americans - like a boisterous healthy boy among enervated but well bred ladies and gentlemen . . . Picture to yourself the American people as a great lusty youth - who treads on all your sensibilities, perpetrates every possible horror of ill manners - whom neither age nor just tradition inspire with reverence - but who moves about his affairs with a good hearted freshness which may well be the envy of older nations of the earth [Winston S. Churchill to his brother Jack] — Randolph S. Churchill
Good Hearted Sayings By Mary Webb: I thought she had a good heart, though not much respectability- or maybe it was I thought she had a good heart, though not much respectability- or maybe it was because of that. — Mary Webb
Good Hearted Sayings By David Nicholls: Some guidelines for a successful 'Grand Tour' of Europe: 1. Energy! Never be 'too tired' Some guidelines for a successful 'Grand Tour' of Europe: 1. Energy! Never be 'too tired' or 'not in the mood'. 2. Avoid conflict with Albie. Accept light-hearted joshing and do not retaliate with malice or bitter recriminations. Good humour at all times. 3. It is not necessary to be seen to be right about everything, even when that is the case. 4. Be open-minded and willing to try new things. For example, unusual foods from unhygienic kitchens, experimental art, unusual points of view, etc. 5. Be fun. Enjoy light-hearted banter with C and A. 6. Try to relax. Don't dwell on the future for — David Nicholls
Good Hearted Sayings By William Shakespeare: These late eclipses in the sun and moon portendno good to us: though the wisdom These late eclipses in the sun and moon portend
no good to us: though the wisdom of nature can
reason it thus and thus, yet nature finds itself
scourged by the sequent effects: love cools,
friendship falls off, brothers divide: in
cities, mutinies; in countries, discord; in
palaces, treason; and the bond cracked 'twixt son
and father. This villain of mine comes under the
prediction; there's son against father: the king
falls from bias of nature; there's father against
child. We have seen the best of our time:
machinations, hollowness, treachery, and all
ruinous disorders, follow us disquietly to our
graves. Find out this villain, Edmund; it shall
lose thee nothing; do it carefully. And the
noble and true-hearted Kent banished! his
offence, honesty! 'Tis strange. — William Shakespeare
Good Hearted Sayings By Philip Pullman: The world is a cruel place sometimes, and warm-hearted people do most of the good The world is a cruel place sometimes, and warm-hearted people do most of the good in it. And much of the time, they're mocked and scorned for their pains. — Philip Pullman
Good Hearted Sayings By Simon Zingerman: Don't try to follow trends. Create them. Don't try to follow trends. Create them. — Simon Zingerman
Good Hearted Sayings By William Voegeli: Does affirmative action place minority students in colleges where they're likely to fail while depriving Does affirmative action place minority students in colleges where they're likely to fail while depriving other applicants of the chance to attend the most challenging schools where they are capable of succeeding? Does rent control drive up the cost of housing, depriving property owners of the same opportunity to profit as any other investor while driving down the quality and quantity of the housing stock? Do minimum wage laws reduce the number of entry-level jobs, making it harder to escape from poverty? Because compassion, by its nature, subordinates doing good to feeling good, these are questions the warm-hearted rarely pursue. — William Voegeli
Good Hearted Sayings By Susan Elizabeth Phillips: Come on, Ted. I'm not exactly the type to be a rich man's bimbo.""That's true." Come on, Ted. I'm not exactly the type to be a rich man's bimbo."
"That's true." A world of compassion softened his voice. "Bimbos are generally good-hearted women who are pleasant to be around."
"Spoken from experience, I'm sure. By the way, you may be God Almighty on the golf course, but you're a lousy dancer. Let me lead. — Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Good Hearted Sayings By Ransom Riggs: I don't know why it was so important for her to prove to a stranger I don't know why it was so important for her to prove to a stranger that we were good-hearted, when we knew ourselves to be - but the suggestion that we were anything less than angels walking the earth, that our natures were more complexly shaded, seemed to bother her. "They don't understand," she kept saying. Then again, I thought, maybe they do. — Ransom Riggs
Good Hearted Sayings By Tessa Dare: I will insist you be man enough to take it. I won't have you making I will insist you be man enough to take it. I won't have you making light of my feelings, or making light of yourself - as if you're not worthy of them. Because you are worthy, Colin. You're a generous, good-hearted person, and you deserve to be loved. Deeply, truly, well, and often."
He looked utterly bewildered. Well, what did he expect, after the power he'd given her? He couldn't compare a woman to a torrentially beautiful monsoon, and then look surprised that he'd gotten wet. "You reckless man." She laid a touch to his cheek. "You really should be more careful with those compliments. — Tessa Dare
Good Hearted Sayings By Raphael Paolo Augustine Camanag: I once believed in faith - that if I patiently waited, something good will happen. I once believed in faith - that if I patiently waited, something good will happen. But at the end of the chapter, I found myself devastated. Years have gone by and I'm back at chapter one again. I've tried several times already and ended up in the same ending. It was always a different title, same story; different choices made but ending up with the same plot and finale. I grew tired of this never ending maze, wandering endlessly and finally giving up faith. — Raphael Paolo Augustine Camanag
Good Hearted Sayings By S. Jae-Jones: My weakness did not pass; it grew worse the longer I was awake. I thought My weakness did not pass; it grew worse the longer I was awake. I thought about calling for Twig or Thistle, to have them bring me something to eat or drink, but I wanted to be alone. I wanted to cry. I had spent tears of rage, frustration, and sorrow since becoming the Goblin King's bride, but I hadn't allowed myself the indulgence of a good sob. The undignified, broken-hearted, mournful wail of ugly tears. The weight of that unreleased cry pressed down upon my lungs and my heart. I — S. Jae-Jones
Good Hearted Sayings By Graham Kerr: All my jobs have been with food in one way or another since 1948. My All my jobs have been with food in one way or another since 1948. My parents were in the hotel business, and I just loved the warm hearted people who worked so hard with such good humor. — Graham Kerr
Good Hearted Sayings By John Piper: Christ did not die to make good works merely possible or to produce a half-hearted Christ did not die to make good works merely possible or to produce a half-hearted pursuit. He died to produce in us a passion for good deeds. Christian purity is not the mere avoidance of evil, but the pursuit of good. — John Piper
Good Hearted Sayings By Ernest Agyemang Yeboah: The real essence of your distinctive footprints may least be felt in your presence and The real essence of your distinctive footprints may least be felt in your presence and much more in your absence — Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
Good Hearted Sayings By Timothy B. Tyson: Oxford was as drenched in Dixie as we were, just about as Southern a town Oxford was as drenched in Dixie as we were, just about as Southern a town as you would ever hope to find, which generally was a good thing, because that meant that the weather was nice, except when it was hot enough to fry pork chops on the pavement, and the food was delicious, though it would thicken the walls of your arteries and kill you deader than Stonewall Jackson, and the people were big hearted and friendly, though it was not the hardest place in the world to get murdered for having bad manners. Even our main crop could kill you. — Timothy B. Tyson
Good Hearted Sayings By Marcus Aurelius: Keep thyself therefore, truly simple, good, sincere, grave, free from all ostentation, a lover of Keep thyself therefore, truly simple, good, sincere, grave, free from all ostentation, a lover of that which is just, religious, kind, tender-hearted, strong and vigorous to undergo anything that becomes thee. — Marcus Aurelius
Good Hearted Sayings By Paul Tsongas: The core of America is not racist. It is not hostile to women. It is The core of America is not racist. It is not hostile to women. It is increasingly offended by gay bashing. Yet it abhors government waste. It believes strongly in fiscal responsibility such as balanced budgets. It is pro-economic growth. It is concerned about the environment. It is intolerant of people on welfare who disdain the notion of work. But it wants poor kids to have school lunches and it wants to spend money to have good schools. In sum, most Americans are sensible, good-hearted, and prudent. The issue, then, is whether there is a political party that can welcome them home. — Paul Tsongas
Good Hearted Sayings By John Howard Griffin: Some whites, who had never really understood, were offended by this sudden death of their Some whites, who had never really understood, were offended by this sudden death of their role as the "good white leading the poor black out of the jungle." Many of these were among the saddest people of our time, good-hearted whites who had dedicated themselves to helping black people become imitation whites, to "bringing them up to our level," without ever realizing what a deep insult this attitude can be. — John Howard Griffin
Good Hearted Sayings By Lew Wallace: Thy heart is good, Esther, good as thy mother's was; and I prayit have not Thy heart is good, Esther, good as thy mother's was; and I pray
it have not the fate of most good hearts
to be trampled upon
by the unmerciful and blind. — Lew Wallace
Good Hearted Sayings By Rowan Atkinson: I can be reasonably funny and light-hearted when I'm in the company of good friends, I can be reasonably funny and light-hearted when I'm in the company of good friends, but I'm not a jokesmith. I tend to be quite serious. — Rowan Atkinson
Good Hearted Sayings By Jesse Andrews: There are two kinds of hot girls: Evil Hot Girls, and Hot Girls Who Are There are two kinds of hot girls: Evil Hot Girls, and Hot Girls Who Are Also Sympathetic Good-Hearted People and Will Not Intentionally Destroy Your Life (HGWAASGHPAWNIDYL). — Jesse Andrews
Good Hearted Sayings By Simon Zingerman: It's ever so important to believe in what you do, trust your ability to create It's ever so important to believe in what you do, trust your ability to create and show yourself worthy. Never sell yourself short. — Simon Zingerman
Good Hearted Sayings By Arti Honrao: Even in times of today, when one does not feel the need to go out Even in times of today, when one does not feel the need to go out of one's way for someone else, there are people who would. There are people who would be good to someone, share a smile with someone, care for someone and actually help someone, despite knowing that their act of kindness would be reciprocated with looks and feelings of suspicion. These are the people so sure of their selfless motives, their act of kindness that in their hearts they know, eventually, around some corner, some day their smile would be returned with a smile and their kindness will earn them kindness and acceptance in return. — Arti Honrao
Good Hearted Sayings By Carlos Ruiz Zafon: Don't laugh, it's people like her who make this lousyworld a place worth visiting.''Whores?''No. We're Don't laugh, it's people like her who make this lousy
world a place worth visiting.'
'Whores?'
'No. We're all whores, sooner or later. I mean
good-hearted people. And don't look at me like that. Weddings turn me to jelly.'
We remained there embracing that special silence, gazing at the reflections on the water. After a while dawn tinged the sky with amber, and Barcelona woke up. We heard the distant bells from the basilica of Santa Maria del Mar, just emerging from the mist on the other side of the harbour.
'Do you think Carax is still there, somewhere in the
city?' I asked.
'Ask me another question.'
'Do you have the rings?'
Fermin smiled. 'Come on, let's go. They're waiting for us, Daniel. Life is waiting for us. — Carlos Ruiz Zafon
Good Hearted Sayings By P.G. Wodehouse: It was as good a dinner as I have ever absorbed, and Thomas like a It was as good a dinner as I have ever absorbed, and Thomas like a watered flower. As we sat down he was saying some things about the Government which they wouldn't have cared to hear. With the consomme pate d'Italie he said but what could you expect nowadays? With the paupiettes de sole a la princesse he admitted rather decently that the Government couldn't be held responsible for the rotten weather, anyway. And shortly after the caneton Aylesbury a la broche he was practically giving the lads the benefit of his whole-hearted support. — P.G. Wodehouse
Good Hearted Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: There is, indeed, nothing more vexing than to be, for example, rich, of good family, There is, indeed, nothing more vexing than to be, for example, rich, of good family, of decent appearance, fairly well educated, not stupid, rather good-hearted even, and at the same time to possess no talent, no special quality, no eccentricity even, not a single idea of one's own, to be precisely "like everyone else."
One is rich, but not so rich as Rothschild; of a good family, but one which has never distinguished itself in any way; of decent appearance, but an appearance expressive of very little; well educated, but without knowing what to do with that education; one is intelligent, but without one's own ideas; one is good-hearted, but without greatness of soul, and so on and so forth. There are a great number of such people in the world, far more than it appears. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky