Brilliant Quotes

Josh Stern

Manners without sincerity, is called polite society. Josh Stern
Manners without sincerity, is called polite society

Sophie Hannah

If you only have one world, one life, then however brilliant it is most of the time, you have nowhere to run when you need to escape from it for a while.

Virginia Woolf

Perhaps then one reason why we have no great poet, novelist or critic writing today is that we refuse to allow words their liberty. We pin them down to one meaning, their useful meaning: the meaning which makes us catch the train, the meaning which makes us pass the examination.

Claudia Gray

I would love you in any shape, in any world, with any past. Never doubt that.

Manoj Arora

A brilliant idea is like a baby in a mothers womb.
You need to bring it out in the world, nurture it, feed it, grow it, till it becomes big enough to take care of itself.
If you leave it at the stage of an idea itself, it is as good as non existent.


He’s such an extraordinarily brilliant person that it would be terrible if he let himself do nothing in the end.

Elizabeth Hunter

Love is friendship...just with less clothes, which makes it far more brilliant.

Marisha Pessl

She was lost now, she'd been silenced- another dead branch on Cordova's warped tree.

Alessandra Torre

The heart is stubborn. It holds onto love despite what sense and emotion tells it. And it is often, in the battle of those three, the most brilliant of all.

Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

we hear brilliant and great suggestions when failure comes our way

Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

we hear the most brilliant ideas and suggestions we failure comes our way

Marisha Pessl

There was something about her playing... a knowledge of darkness in the most extreme form.

Manoj Arora

All of us, at some point in life, get brilliant ideas...only a few of us have the courage to take the next step.

Elizabeth George

Just as stars shine brightest in the darkest night, your joy blazes brilliantly through life’s problems when you count them as joy.

Diane Ravitch

Sometimes, the most brilliant and intelligent minds do not shine in standardized tests because they do not have standardized minds.

Virginia Woolf

It's too short,' she said, 'ever so much too short.' Never did anybody look so sad. Bitter and black, half-way down, in the darkness, in the shaft which ran from the sunlight to the depths, perhaps a tear formed; a tear fell; the waters swayed this way and that, received it, and were at rest. Never did anybody look so sad.

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