Quotations About / On: FAIRY

  • 1.
    Every time a child says "I don't believe in fairies" there is a fairy somewhere that falls down dead.
    (J.M. (James Matthew) Barrie (1860-1937), British playwright. Peter, in Peter Pan, act 1 (performed 1904, published 1928).)
  • 2.
    'some fairy lasses are meant to inborn idiocy'
    (beautiful fool)
  • 3.
    May be life isn't a fairy tale, but it is worth making one
    (Nanthinii Mohan)
  • 4.
    I think, at a child's birth, if a mother could ask a fairy godmother to endow it with the most useful gift, that gift would be curiosity.
    (Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962), U.S. columnist, lecturer. Today's Health (Chicago, Oct. 2, 1966).)
  • 5.
    Should media make everything this fairy-tale idea of fairness? No. That's not what it's there for. If that's what you want, you teach your kids that.
    (RuPaul on Show Business from Variety 2015)
  • 6.
    The fairy godmother never came to turn her into a princess neither her prince came searching for her. But when she realized she is able to fight for her own, that day Cinderella turned into a warrior of real world.
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  • 7.
    ~ I fell in love with u because of all the things u never knew you were doing. Now, everything I had fell in love with, slowly kills me inside. Its because of that reason I'm no longer going to let myself fall, for i no longer believe in such fairy tales. Love will be something of the past but will not be apart of my future. ~
    (Miiya Skky)
  • 8.
    โ€œNote that life after death, which still seems to you the essential thing, was itself a late revelation. God trained the Hebrews for centuries to believe in Him without promising them an after-life, and blessings on Him, he trained me in the same way for about a year. It is like the disguised prince in the fairy tale who wins the heroines love before she knows he is anything more than a woodcutter. What would be a bribe if it came first had better come last.โ€
    (A Severe Mercy: A Story of Faith, Tragedy and Triumph)
  • 9.
    We went to Ranelagh. It is a charming place; and the brilliancy of the lights, on my first entrance, made me almost think I was in some enchanted castle or fairy palace, for all looked like magic to me.
    (Frances Burney (1752-1840), British author. Evelina, in Evelina, letter 12 (1778).)
  • 10.
    Good guilt is a product of love and responsibility. It is a natural, positive instinct that parents and good child care providers have. If bad guilt is a monster, good guilt is a friendly fairy godmother, yakking away in your head to keep you alert to the needs of your baby.
    (Jean Marzollo (20th century), U.S. author. Your Maternity Leave, ch. 3 (1989).)
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