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companionship Quotes

28 of the best book quotes about companionship
  1. #1
    ″ ‘Why can’t I have someone to talk to?’ I said. The stars said nothing, but I pretended to ignore the rudeness. ‘The Shaper has people to talk to,’ I said. I wrung my fingers. ‘Hrothgar has people to talk to.’ ”
  2. #2
    “Ezinma did not call her mother Nne like all children. She called her by her name, Ekwefi, as her father and other grown-up people did. The relationship between them was not only that of mother and child. There was something in it like the companionship of equals, which was strengthened by such little conspiracies as eating eggs in the bedroom.”
  3. #3
    “‘As my friend, you should either bring me along, or keep me company.’
    ‘Friend?’ he asked.
    She blushed. ‘Well, ‘scowling escort’ is a better description. Or ‘reluctant acquaintance,’ if you prefer.’”
  4. #4
    “I am the mate and companion of people, all just as immortal and fathomless as myself,
    (They do not know how immortal, but I know.)”
  5. #5
    “These books are my friends, my companions. They make me laugh and cry and find meaning in life.”
  6. #6
    The whole world is divided for me into two parts: one is she, and there is all happiness, hope, light; the other is where she is not, and there is dejection and darkness.
  7. #7
    “Death were not wholly bitter with you near.”
  1. #8
    “But you get used to goin’ around with a guy an’ you can’t get rid of him.”
  2. #9
    “Or perhaps, to confess that you yourself are worried and frightened? You need your friends, Harry. As you so rightly said, Sirius would not have wanted you to shut yourself away.”
  3. #10
    ″‘I was in the hotel,’ he said finally. ‘I followed your footprints in the snow.’ There were tears on his face.
    ‘Okay,’ someone said, ‘but why are you crying?’
    ‘I’d thought I was the only one,’ he said.”
  4. #11
    ″‘You know all that stuff we’ve always said about you? I whispered, ‘What a total pain you are? Don’t believe it. Don’t believe it for a minute, Marley.’ He needed to know that and something more, too. There was something I had never told him, that no one ever had. I wanted him to hear it before he went. ‘Marley,’ I said. ‘You are a great dog.‘”
  5. #12
    “In a dog’s life, some plaster would fall, some cushions would open, some rugs would shred. Like any relationship, this one has its costs. They were costs we came to accept and balance against the joy and amusement and protection and companionship he gave us.”
  6. #13
    “As pathetic as it sounds, Marley had become my male-bonding soul mate, my near-constant companion, my friend. He was the undisciplined, recalcitrant, nonconformist, politically incorrect free spirit I had always wanted to be, had I been brave enough, and I took vicarious joy in his unbridled verve. No matter how complicated life became, he reminded me of its simple joys. No matter how many demands were placed on me, he never let me forget that willful disobedience is sometimes worth the price. In a world full of bosses, he was his own master.”
  7. #14
    “I left the library. Crossing the street, I was hit head-on by a brutal loneliness. I felt dark and hollow. Abandoned, unnoticed, forgotten. I stood on the sidewalk a nothing, a gathering of dust.”

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  1. #15
    “People are meant to go through life two by two. ’Tain’t natural to be lonesome.”
  2. #16
    “I think that once you’ve found a person that you’re very fond of . . . I mean a person who’s fond of you, too, and likes you enough to be interested in your character. . . . Well, I think that’s just as important as college is, and even more so.”
  3. #17
    “I loved Ruth on those mornings . . . we were born to keep each other company. Odd girls who had found each other in the strangest way - in the shiver she had felt when I passed.”
  4. #18
    “I could see an old and beautiful olive tree just up ahead. ”
  5. #19
    “The recovery room turned silent; everyone stared. Bruno groaned and turned toward the wall. That night I put him to bed. Bruno, I said. So sorry, he said. So selfish. I sighed and turned to go. Stay with me! he cried.”
  6. #20
    “I ask you to pass through life at my side—to be my second self, and best earthly companion.”
  7. #21
    “Their greatest comfort was a simple one: they were no longer alone. To know that you were with the one who cared for you, and who understood every fiber of your being, and who would not abandon you even in the most desperate of circumstances, that was the most precious relationship a person could have, and they both cherished it.”
  1. #22
    “It is true that I miss intelligent companionship, but there are so few with whom I can share the things that mean so much to me that I have learned to contain myself. It is enough that I am surrounded with beauty...”
  2. #23
    “He needed his solitude at times, but he wasn’t a hermit. He did a lot of socializing. Sometimes I think it was like he was storing up company for the times when he knew nobody would be around.”
  3. #24
    “George can tell you screwy things, and it don’t matter. It’s just the talking. . . . That’s all.”
  4. #25
    Toto did not really care whether he was in Kansas or the Land of Oz so long as Dorothy was with him; but he knew the little girl was unhappy, and that made him unhappy too.
  5. #26
    “Something broke in Neville’s throat. He sat there silently while tears ran slowly down his cheeks. In a week the dog was dead.”
  6. #27
    “You love your child for who the child is, not as an extension of your identity or as an example of your good parenting or even as a companion.”
  7. #28
    “Such a one is alone with God in all places, and he alone truly enjoys the companionship of other men, because he loves them in God in Whom their presence is not tiresome, and because of Whom his own love for them can never know satiety.”

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