Quotations About / On: BROTHER

  • 11.
    By Christianity, I learnt that brethren are sullied frenemies of their selves
    More quotations from: Chinweokwu Sunlight M. Ndubuisih
  • 12.
    A true friend is closer to you always than a brother or a sister!
    More quotations from: Edward Kofi Louis
  • 13.
    Village is the elder brother of City.
    (to my students)
    More quotations from: Prof Niamat Ali Murtazai
  • 14.
    Insecurity is the brother of jealousy.
    (Susan T. Aparejo's personal quote.)
    More quotations from: Susan T. Aparejo
  • 15.
    'BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU' is written on every parking ticket.'
    (- M. Walker. George Orwell's novel '1984' ends with the words 'BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU', which I adapted to comment on the mentality of fining people for minor infringements. The novel '1984' gives a picture of an imaginary totalitarian state, in which all citizens are under close surveillance by the state. A horror situation, which the hero and dissenter, Winston Smith eventually gives in to. It is by no means impossible that a scientific totalitarian state could come about. 'Political correctness' is one step along the way.)
    More quotations from: michael walker
  • 16.
    A stranger that is faraway can be more supportive than a brother that lives nearby.
    (Brotherly love.)
    More quotations from: Patricia Grantham
  • 17.
    Hatred and anger are twin brothers.
    (My own personal experiences as a born again believer in Christ)
    More quotations from: Jonathan Karanja
  • 18.
    Through the voices of your fellow brothers, I'm constantly reminded about my love for you..........
    (You and me we are an infinite love story..........)
    More quotations from: Colina Fu Yang
  • 19.
    The poet as Hamlet and Paglet, two brothers, psychic and neurotic.
    (Poets as friends)
    More quotations from: Bijay Kant Dubey
  • 20.
    Working for Warner Brothers is like fucking a porcupine: it's a hundred pricks against one.
    (Wilson Mizner (1876-1933), U.S. dramatist, wit. Quoted in Bring on the Empty Horses, "Degrees of Friendlness," David Niven (1975).)
    More quotations from: Wilson Mizner
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