Best 51 of Real talk quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Steve Kluger

It's a lot easier to patch things up with somebody when he doesn't even know you were pissed off at him in the first place.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Jennifer Tindugan-adoviso

Without empathy, there'd be no harmony in diversity

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kaylee Harrell

God has only granted us a limited and short amount of time on this Earth so do your best and have fun

By Anonym 15 Sep

W. Somerset Maugham

There are three rules for writing a novel. Unfortunately, no one knows what they are.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Will Adolphy

A true friend is someone who you can speak your mind too.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Germany Kent

If you are on social media, and you are not learning, not laughing, not being inspired or not networking, then you are using it wrong.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Kaylee Harrell

Working hard is just in my blood It's okay I know I am an overachiever

By Anonym 16 Sep

Arthur Golden

I can tolerate his company for about half an hour. After that I am not responsible for the things I say!

By Anonym 19 Sep

Rachael Arsenault

We shouldn’t split up.” “I’ll only be a minute.” “It only takes a minute to be arrested or killed.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Charles Bukowski

to whom it may concern: please phone me for appointments when you want to see me. I will not answer unsolicited knocks upon the door. I need time to do my work. I will not allow you to murder my work. please understand that what keeps me alive will make me a better person toward and for you when we finally meet under easy and unstrained conditions.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Nikki Rowe

less small talk and more real talk.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Shauna Niequist

But I don't know anyone who has an easy life forever. Everyone I know gets their heart broken sometime, by something. The question is not, will my life be easy or will my heart break? But rather, when my heart breaks, will I choose to grow? Sometimes in the moments of the most searing pain, we think we don't have a choice. But we do. It's in those moments that we make the most important choice: grow or give up. It's easy to want to give up under the weight of what we're carrying. It seems sometimes like the only possible choice. But there's always, always, always another choice, and transformation is waiting for us just beyond that choice. This is what I know: God can make something beautiful out of anything, out of darkness and trash and broken bones. He can shine light into even the blackest night, and he leaves glimpses of hope all around us. An oyster, a sliver of moon, one new bud on a black branch, a perfect tender shoot of asparagus, fighting up through the dirt for the spring sun. New life and new beauty are all around us, waiting to be discovered, waiting to be seen. I'm coming to think there are at least two kinds of pain. There's the anxiety and fear I felt when we couldn't sell our house. And then there's the sadness I felt when I lost the baby or when my grandma passed away. Very different kinds of pain. The first kind, I think, is the king that invites us to grow. The second kind is the kind that invites us to mourn. God's not trying to teach me a lesson through my grandma's death. I wasn't supposed to love her less so the loss hurt less acutely, I'm not supposed to feel less strongly about the horror of death and dying. When we lose someone we love, when a dear friend moves away, when illness invades, it's right to mourn. It's right to feel deep, wrenching sadness. But then there's the other kind of pain, that first kind. My friend Brian says that the heart of all human conflict is the phrase "I'm not getting what I want." When you're totally honest about the pain, what's at the center? Could it be that you're not getting what you want? You're getting an invitation to grow, I think, as unwelcome as it may be. It's sloppy theology to think that all suffering is good for us, or that it's a result of sin. All suffering can be used for good, over time, after mourning and healing, by God's graciousness. But sometimes it's just plain loss, not because you needed to grow, not because life or God or anything is teaching you any kind of lesson. The trick is knowing the difference between the two.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Germany Kent

The 7 Steps to Transformation: 1. Dream it. 2. Envision it. 3. Think it. 4. Grow it. 5. Become it. 6. Live it. 7. OWN it.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Nicholas Day

La Leche League and the What to Expect books are even explicit about this fear: the pacifier, they warn, cannot substitute for a mother. This is the rare piece of parenting wisdom that manages to be both condescending and confusing. Condescending because it seems unlikely that parents who were considering using a pacifier—parents diligent enough to look it up in a book—were also considering abandoning their child altogether. Confusing because, well—what? How would a pacifier substitute for a mother—how exactly? Are there pacifiers on the market that cuddle and feed and rock and dote on a child? Is a mother nothing more than a nipple?

By Anonym 20 Sep

Jessica Verdi

Why does everything have to suck so bad? Even when you think it's getting better, it's not. Life's building up suckiness, getting ready to hit you again, at the worst possible moment.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Alcurtis Turner

You can hate all you want but when its all said and done I will be on top, I was born to win.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Jay Asher

With everything going on in my life – going on in my head – I wanted to talk with you. Really talk. Just once. A chance we never seemed to get at school. Or at work. A chance to ask, Who are you?' We didn’t get that chance because I was afraid. Afraid that I had no chance with you. That’s what I thought. And I was fine with that. Because whit if I got to know you and you turned out to be just like they said? What if you weren’t the person I hoped you were? That, more than anything, would have hurt the most.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Hugh Howey

Here’s what I tell the newly elected: the truth is gonna get out—it always does—but it’s gonna blend in with all the lies.” The Senator twirled a hand in the air. “You have to deny each lie and every truth with the same vinegar. Let those websites and blowhards who bitch about cover-ups confuse the public for you.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Bob Goff

God can use anyone, for sure. If you can shred on a Fender or won "Best Personality," you're not disqualified-it just doesn't make you more qualified.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Nikki Rowe

I have outgrown so much, I think at some point we all do ~ we reach a stage in our life where we are forced to make a change, forced to cut friendships, relationships, jobs and places we once called home. At the time, it all feels a little overwhelming nothing stays the same and you have to learn your footing again but I can reassure you once you create the path you wish to walk along, what you left behind won't even matter.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Germany Kent

How to win in life: 1 work hard 2 complain less 3 listen more 4 try, learn, grow 5 don't let people tell you it cant be done 6 make no excuses

By Anonym 20 Sep

Kemi Sogunle

Your words may be heard but your attitude will be felt. Your attitude reveals your character so never try to deceive anyone with mere words. Word/Talk is cheap but character is key. It costs nothing to be authentic. Learn to be a man or woman of substance!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Benjamin Franklin

[I retained] only the Habit of expressing my self in Terms of modest Diffidence, never using when I advance any thing that may possibly be disputed, the Words 'Certainly, 'undoubtedly', or any others that I give the Air of Positiveness to an Opinion; but rather say 'I conceive', or 'I apprehend a Thing to be so or so', 'It appears to me', or 'I should think it so or so for such & such Reasons', or 'I imagine' it to be so or so, or 'it is so' if I am not mistaken.—This Habit I believe has been of great Advantage to me, when I have had occasion to inculcate my Opinions and persuade Men into Measures that I have been from time to time engag'd in promoting.—And as the chief Ends of Conversation are to inform, or to be informed, to please or to persuade, I wish well meaning sensible Men would not lessen their Power of doing Good by a Positive assuming Manner that seldom fails to disgust, tends to create Opposition, and to defeat every one of those purposes for which Speech was given to us, to wit, giving or receiving Information or Pleasure: For if you would inform, a positive dogmatical Manner in advancing your Sentiments, may provoke Contradiction & prevent a candid Attention.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Ernest Hemingway

No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Gabrielle Dolan

Today's generation want leaders who excite them and ignite them. They want leaders who are real.

By Anonym 16 Sep

C. Joybell C

Don’t hate people who show you what’s wrong with you. They are your mirror, they are your true friends.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Ashton G. Mendez

Life is what you make it,there is no such think as luck.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Susan Mallery

I have trouble asking for what I want, especially when it comes to men." "If you don't ask for what you want, how do you get it?" Felicia asked. "If you're relying on him guessing, you're sabotaging your own happiness.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Amy Poehler

There are so many people in the world with so little. Who cares why you decide to help?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Suzy Kassem

If only you could see the greatness in yourself, you wouldn't envy the greatness in others.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Neil Gaiman

Remember: when people tell you something’s wrong or doesn’t work for them, they are almost always right. When they tell you exactly what they think is wrong and how to fix it, they are almost always wrong.