Love speaks even when the lips are closed (Post No. 2421)

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Compiled by london swaminathan

Date: 24 December 2015

Post No. 2421

Time uploaded in London:- 10-00 AM
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One Hundred Quotations on Love, Affection and Kindness—Part 2

 

First part with 50 quotations was published yesterday.

 

51).True love never grows old.

 

52).Love is a sweet torment

 

53).‘Sweet-heart’ and ‘Honey-bird’ keeps no house.

 

54).Love speaks even when the lips are closed.

 

55).The onset of love in damsels is indeed charming – Malavikaagnimitra

Ramaniiyah khalu navaanganaanaam madana visayaavataarah

 

56).Excellence inhabits the emotion of love, not objects – Kiraatarjuuniya

Vasanti hi premni gunaa na vastuni

 

57).Whom does not the cloud-kissed, dew-drenched breeze turn romantic?

Sasikaraambhodhara sanga siitalah samiiranah kam na karoti sotsukam – Rajatarangini

 

 

58).What can the relatives do about a couple courting passionately- – Kahavatratnakar

Striipumaamsau yadaa raktau kim karisyanti baandavaah

 

59).When love is greatest, words are fewest.

 

60).Whom we love best, to them we can say least.

assam floods, hindu

61).Likeness causes liking.

 

62).Looks breed love.

 

63).Love begets love.

 

 

64).Love needs no teaching.

 

65).Love is not found in the market.

 

66).Time, not the mind, puts an end to love.

 

67).All is fair in love and war.

 

68).Love is a game in which both players always cheat.

 

69).Lovers’ quarrels are soon mended

 

70).The quarrel of lovers is the renewal of love.

 

 

Dentist Monkey

 

71).About young love– Calf love, half love; old love, cold love.

 

72).Love of lads and fire of chats/wood-chips is soon in and soon out.

 

73).Lad’s love a busk of broom, hot awhile and soon done.

 

74).The new love drives out the old love.

 

75).Old love expels another.

 

76).Love without return is like a question without an answer.

 

77).There is more pleasure in loving than in being loved.

 

78).He that loves the tree, loves the branch.

 

79).Where there is no trust, there is no love.

 

80).Where love is, there is faith.

 

narayana seva, badravathi

Picture: Narayanaseva by Sathya Sai School students; picture posted by Rameshkumar on face book.

 

81).Love is never without jealousy.

 

82).Love does much, money does everything.

 

83).Love lasts as long as money endures.

 

84).When poverty comes in at the door, love flies out of the window.

 

85).Love and lordship like no fellowship (This proverb may be interpreted in two ways; that neither love nor lordship will tolerate a rival, or that love and lordship are not compatible. The first interpretation applies here.)

 

86).Charity covers a multitude of sins.

 

87).Kindness is the noblest weapon to conquer with.

 

88).An iron anvil should have a hammer of feathers (Gentle approach may be the best way to win over a stubborn person.)

 

 

89).The rough net is not the best catcher of birds.

 

RAKSHABANDAN BABIES

 

90).To fright a bird is not the way to catch her.

 

91).Honey catches more flies than vinegar.

 

92).Where men are well used, they will frequent there.

 

93).Tender-handed stroke a nettle

And it stings you for your pains

Grasp it like a man of mettle

And it soft as silk remains – Aaron Hill (1685-1750).

 

94).Give a clown your finger, and he will take your hand

 

95).Give him an inch and he will take yard.

 

96).Sometimes clemency is cruelty, and cruelty clemency.
97).Kindness cannot be bought for gear

 

98).Kindness come of will.

 

99).Fair words break no bones

 

100).Fair words hurt not the mouth.

 

narayana seva-2

Picture: God is seen in the smile of the poor.

 

101).A good word costs no more than a bad word.

 

102).There is a great force hidden in a sweet command.

 

 

103).Krsna, who visited Mathuraa was detained by Kubjaa (the hunch back) – Kahavatratnakar

Mathuraayaam gatah krsno ruddhah tatraiva kubjayaa

 

–the end —

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