Understanding Others Quotes

Orson Scott Card

What a laugh, though. To think that one human being could ever really know another. You could get used to each other, get so habituated that you could speak their words right along with them, but you never know why other people said what they said or did what they did, because they never even know themselves. Nobody understands anybody.

Ramana Pemmaraju

I just want to understand how people misunderstand each other!

Shannon Hale

Mama used to say, you have to know someone a thousand days before you can glimpse her soul.

Auliq Ice

Love requires trust, and trust requires honesty that is only got through love.

Cindy Ann Peterson

A key to the art of conversation is learning how to be an effective and active listener.

Lailah Gifty Akita

Love endures every circumstance; Love never loses hope, never loses faith and never gives up.

Lailah Gifty Akita

May we love each other with brotherly love. Love cast out all fears.

Steve Goodier

The key to good listening isn't technique, it's desire. Until we truly want to understand the other person, we'll never listen well.

Auliq Ice

Continuous understanding goes with love, courage, respect, discovery and acceptance of mistakes.

Amit Abraham

It’s really very difficult to understand a woman – actually it’s not she but he who is confused


We are living in an era in which billions of people are grappling to promote communication, tolerance, and understanding over the more destructive forces of war, terrorism, and political chaos that have characterized the beginning of the 21st Century.

Louise Philippe Dulay

There's more than what the eye can see, the heart can love, and the brain can understand.

Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

if people do not understand you outrightly, do not worry; understand people outrightly and act with wisdom, courage and understanding

Cindy Ann Peterson

Civility awareness and a common foundation of considerate conduct are crutial to our future,

Seth Adam Smith

Depression thrives in secrecy but shrinks in empathy.

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