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differences Quotes

22 of the best book quotes about differences
  1. #1
    “Small changes can make huge destination differences.”
  2. #2
    “Look at Fletcher! Lowell! Charles-Roland! Judy Lee! Are they also special and gifted and divine? No more than you are, no more than I am. The only difference, the very only one, is that they have begun to understand what they really are and have begun to practice it.”
  3. #3
    “At last the large egg broke, and a young one crept forth crying, ‘Peep, peep.’ It was very large and ugly.”
  4. #4
    “A woman stood in the kitchen with her back to Coraline. She looked a little like Coraline’s mother. Only...”
  5. #5
    “And were they really so different?”
  6. #6
    “Regardless of whatever I do, I know what my purpose is: to make a difference in people’s lives.”
  7. #7
    “Compared with the Egyptians, the Greeks are childish mathematicians.”
  8. #8
    “borders
    are man-made
    they only divide us physically
    don’t let them make us
    turn on each other
    -we are not enemies”
  9. #9
    “Everything you’re sure is right can be wrong in another place.”
  10. #10
    ″ When men and women are able to respect and accept their differences then love has a chance to blossom.”
  11. #11
    “When she says ‘I feel like you are not even here,’ he says ‘What do you mean I’m not here? Of course I am here. Don’t you see my body?’ ”

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More Than Balloons book
Board book
6.2
The Rag Coat book
Picture book
6.1
The Trumpet of the Swan book
Chapter book
6.0
Three Little Words book
Picture book
6.0
Spot Loves His Daddy book
Board book
6.0
Penguin and Pinecone book
Board book
6.0
All the Places to Love book
Picture book
6.0
Wherever You Are book
Picture book
5.9
  1. #12
    “Love is magical, and it can last, if we remember our differences.”
  2. #13
    ″‘That’s not what I meant, though. I meant… that you’re different from the other people in the neighborhood, you know?’
    Of course he knew. They’d all been telling him so his whole life.”
  3. #14
    “You see, women are like fires, like flames. Some women are like candles, bright and friendly. Some are like single sparks, or embers, like fireflies for chasing on summer nights. Some are like campfires, all light and heat for a night and willing to be left after. Some women are like hearthfires, not much to look at but underneath they are all warm red coal that burns a long, long while.”
  4. #15
    “The emotions between the races could never be pure; even love was tarnished by the desire to find in the other some element that was missing in ourselves. Whether we sought out our demons or salvation, the other race would always remain just that: menacing, alien, and apart.”
  5. #16
    “But also because the underlying struggle - between worlds of plenty and worlds of want; between the modern and the ancient; between those who embrace our teeming, colliding, irksome diversity, while still insisting on a set of values that binds us together, and those who would seek, under whatever flag or slogan or sacred text, a certainty and simplification that justifies cruelty toward those not like us...”
  6. #17
    “It is something, Cassie. White is something just like black is something. Everybody born on this earth is something and nobody, no matter what color, is better than anybody else.”
  7. #18
    “I learned to slip back and forth between my black and white worlds, understanding that each possessed its own language and customs and structures of meaning, convinced that with a bit of translation on my part the two worlds would eventually cohere.”
  8. #19
    “There’s a right way of doing things and a wrong way. If you’ve made up your mind to be different from everybody else, I don’t suppose I can stop you, but I really don’t think it’s very considerate.”
  9. #20
    “The Germans and the Jews are wonderfully alike. There are, of course, great and obvious differences between them, because the Jews are few, scattered, anciently civilized, and southern in origin, while the Germans are many, concentrated, primitive, and northern.”
  10. #21
    “I wish that everything was different. I wish that I was a part of something. I wish that anything I said mattered, to anyone. I mean, let’s face it: would anybody even notice if I disappeared tomorrow?”
  11. #22
    “I didn’t plan on falling in love with you, and I doubt if you planned on falling in love with me. But once we met, it was clear that neither of us could control what was happening to us. We fell in love, despite our differences, and once we did, something rare and beautiful was created.”
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