Best 23 of Kindred quotes - MyQuotes
Mountains interposed Make enemies of nations, who had else Like kindred drops been mingled into one.
The older I get, the more I realize how rare it is to meet a kindred spirit.
The greater the kindred is, the lesse the kindnesse must bee.
Men leave their riches either to their kindred or their friends, and moderate portions prosper best in both.
Friendless I can never be, for all mankind are my kindred, and I am on ill terms with no one member of my great family.
[Superman and Lois are] kindred spirits, and they always choose to do the right thing.
We pine for kindred natures To mingle with our own.
Lucy Maud Montgomery
Kindred spirits alone do not change with the changing years.
I see behind each mask that wonder a kindred soul.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
All powerful souls have kindred with each other
Than smoke and mist who better could appraise The kindred spirit of an inner haze?
He who understands you is greater kin to you than your own brother. For even your own kindred neither understand you nor know your true worth.
It is only kindred griefs that draw forth our tears, and each weeps really for himself.
Leo and I are kindred spirits - we're cut from the same cloth.
We are free falling backward through time, reincarnating ourselves from our past, reflecting the chaotic energy of the present.
All living things on earth are kindred.
Friendship is stronger than kindred.
People who feel empowered by your presence become kindred spirits.
Lenin sensed that Tukhachevsky was a kindred spirit. He delegated the most responsible jobs to the obscure lieutenant.
Christian Nestell Bovee
Kindred weaknesses induce friendships as often as kindred virtues.
I found that it wasn't so oddball to like music and poetry and visual arts, they're kindred spirits.
Octavia E. Butler
Then, somehow, I got caught up in one of Kevin's World War II books - a book of excerpts from the recollections of concentration camp survivors. Stories of beatings, starvation, filth, disease, torture, every possible degradation. As though the Germans had been trying to do in only a few years what the Americans had worked at for nearly two hundred. ... Like the Nazis, antebellum whites had known quite a bit about torture - quite a bit more than I ever wanted to learn.
Lost money is bewailed with deeper sighs Than friends, or kindred, and with louder cries.