perfect Quotes

30 of the best book quotes about perfect
“Every child born into the world is nature’s attempt to make a perfect human being.”
“Most of the time I am sunk in thought, but at some point on each walk there comes a moment when I look up and notice, with a kind of first-time astonishment, the amazing complex delicacy of the words, the casual ease with which elemental things come together to form a composition that is-whatever the season, wherever I put my besotted gaze-perfect.”
“‘Most of all,’ he continued, ‘I miss that feeling when you go to sleep at night and when you wake up in the morning. It’s the feeling that everything is all right in the world. You know, that amazing feeling that you’re whole, that you’ve got everything you want, that you aren’t missing anything. Sometimes when I wake up, I get it for just a moment. It lasts a few seconds, but then I remember what happened, and how nothing has been the same since.’”
“We lack nothing for our journeys. Too often we think that we lack something or desire attributes we see in others. But the reality is God is wise and created you the way he first saw you. So it’s important to believe and know that you are not a defect that needs to be sent back to the warehouse. You are perfectly you.”
“I sneak a glance at him from behind my hand. Here is someone who truly does come from another planet - a planet where all humans are perfectly formed and have amazing hair.”
“In life, there will be times when we do everything right, perhaps even perfectly. Yet the results will somehow be negative: failure, disrespect, jealousy, or even a resounding yawn from the world.”
“The drive to close the gap between near-perfect and perfect is the difference between great and unstoppable.”
“He was a true, a perfect gentle-knight.”
“They were in every way all that real princesses should be, for their hair was as yellow as the gold that is mined by the little gnomes in the mountains of the north, their eyes were as blue as the larkspurs in the palace gardens, and they had complexions like wild rose petals ad cream.”
“That truth first came to light a few weeks ago, at a party, with Hannah directly in front of me. An amazing moment when everything seemed to be falling into place.”
“Someone had once said you could be terrified in space, but you could not be worried there. It was perfectly true.”
“Yet, desires and and impulses are as much a part of a perfect human being, as beliefs and restraints;”
“Carrie. She’s perfect. She’s young. She’s smart. She’s brave. With her, I might be able to end this mutant nonsense once and for all.”
“He felt dissatisfied because he could see perfectly well that he couldn’t make people happy.”
“Then she thought she’d found the perfect place...and it was! But not everyone thought so...”
“It was just right.”
“The person who is “in-love” has the illusion that his beloved is perfect.”
“I was raised to be charming, not sincere. I didn’t ask to be born a King, and I am not perfect. I am only human.”
“Would you rather live one perfect day over and over or live your life with no perfect days but just decent ones?”
“You’re different. You’re more perfect. Time is three things for most people, but for you, for us, just one. A singularity. One moment. This moment. Like you’re the center of the clock, the axis on which the hands turn. Time moves about you but never moves you. It has lost its ability to affect you. What is it they say? That time is theft? But not for you. Close your eyes and you can start all over again. Conjure up that necessary emotion, fresh as roses.”
“He was perfect! I kept him.”
“Though Harry’s first year at Hogwarts is the best of his life, not everything is perfect. There is a dangerous secret object hidden within the castle walls, and Harry believes it’s his responsibility to prevent it from falling into evil hands. But doing so will bring him into contact with forces more terrifying than he ever could have imagined.”
“I believe in one day and someday and this perfect moment called Now.”
“Love is louder then the pressure to be perfect.”
“As many as touched [him] were made perfectly whole. Matthew 14:36”
“I don’t want to seem boastful, but I got it absolutely perfect the first try: tone, pitch, everything. There was no doubt whatsoever that I was destined for a glittering, brilliant career in the theatre.”
“It was a perfect morning for anyone with new boots. Enough rain had fallen in the night to fill the gutters with muddy streams and to bring worms squirming out of the lawns onto the sidewalks.”
“Yes, my darling. I am perfect. I have my girls with me- what more could a father ask for?”
“Lightning and thunder crashed and flashed together in a perfect fury! Stunned by the force of it, the children ran for shelter under the great oak tree that marked the halfway point between home and school. Its branches lashed and creaked, but it was something sturdy to cling to.”
“They also had a Father who was just perfect—never cross, never unjust, and always ready for a game—at least, if at any time he was NOT ready, he always had an excellent reason for it, and explained the reason to the children so interestingly and funnily that they felt sure he couldn’t help himself.”

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