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“Teach all men to fish, but first teach all men to be fair. Take less, give more. Give more of yourself, take less from the world. Nobody owes you anything, you owe the world everything.” ― Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem
“This life is what you make it. No matter what, you’re going to mess up sometimes, it’s a universal truth. But the good part is you get to decide how you’re going to mess it up. Girls will be your friends – they’ll act like it anyway. But just remember, some come, some go. The ones that stay with you through everything – they’re your true best friends. Don’t let go of them. Also remember, sisters make the best friends in the world. As for lovers, well, they’ll come and go too. And baby, I hate to say it, most of them – actually pretty much all of them are going to break your heart, but you can’t give up because if you give up, you’ll never find your soulmate. You’ll never find that half who makes you whole and that goes for everything. Just because you fail once, doesn’t mean you’re gonna fail at everything. Keep trying, hold on, and always, always, always believe in yourself, because if you don’t, then who will, sweetie? So keep your head high, keep your chin up, and most importantly, keep smiling, because life’s a beautiful thing and there’s so much to smile about.” ― Marilyn Monroe
“If you have a sister and she dies, do you stop saying you have one? Or are you always a sister, even when the other half of the equation is gone?” ― Jodi Picoult, My Sister’s Keeper
“Sweet, crazy conversations full of half sentences, daydreams and misunderstandings more thrilling than understanding could ever be.” ― Toni Morrison, Beloved
“There comes a time in your life when you have to choose to turn the page, write another book or simply close it.” ― Shannon L. Alder
“Sister. She is your mirror, shining back at you with a world of possibilities. She is your witness, who sees you at your worst and best, and loves you anyway. She is your partner in crime, your midnight companion, someone who knows when you are smiling, even in the dark. She is your teacher, your defense attorney, your personal press agent, even your shrink. Some days, she’s the reason you wish you were an only child.” ― Barbara Alpert
“Of two sisters
one is always the watcher,
one the dancer.” ― Louise Glück, Descending Figure
“You may be as different as the sun and the moon, but the same blood flows through both your hearts. You need her, as she needs you…” ― George R.R. Martin, A Game of Thrones
“For there is no friend like a sister
In calm or stormy weather;
To cheer one on the tedious way,
To fetch one if one goes astray,
To lift one if one totters down,
To strengthen whilst one stands” ― Christina Rossetti, Goblin Market and Other Poems
“Sisters, as you know, also have a unique relationship. This is the person who has known you your entire life, who should love you and stand by you no matter what, and yet it’s your sister who knows exactly where to drive the knife to hurt you the most.” ― Lisa See
“I do not mourn the loss of my sister because she will always be with me, in my heart,” she says. “I am, however, rather annoyed that my Tara has left me to suffer you lot alone. I do not see as well without her. I do not hear as well without her. I do not feel as well without her. I would be better off without a hand or a leg than without my sister. Then at least she would be here to mock my appearance and claim to be the pretty one for a change. We have all lost our Tara, but I have lost a part of myself as well.” ― Erin Morgenstern, The Night Circus
“A coward talks to everyone but YOU.” ― Shannon L. Alder
“Big sisters are the crab grass in the lawn of life.” ― Charles M. Schulz
“True best friends never fail on understanding, forgiving, and being there for one another no matter what situation that they might be in or having with one another because of the fact of that no matter if it’s two males or females love should always be there as if brothers or sisters if their what we call best friends.” ― Jonathan Anthony Burkett, Friends 2 Lovers: The Unthinkable
“May and I are sisters. We’ll always fight, but we’ll always make up as well. That’s what sisters do: we argue, we point out each other’s frailties, mistakes, and bad judgment, we flash the insecurities we’ve had since childhood, and then we come back together. Until the next time. ” ― Lisa See, Shanghai Girls
“Cruel people offer pity when they no longer feel threatened. However, kind people offer compassion and understanding regardless.” ― Shannon L. Alder
“We hug, but there are no tears. For every awful thing that’s been said and done, she is my sister. Parents die, daughters grow up and marry out, but sisters are for life. She is the only person left in the world who shares my memories of our childhood, our parents, our Shanghai, our struggles, our sorrows, and, yes, even our moments of happiness and triumph. My sister is the one person who truly knows me, as I know her. The last thing May says to me is ‘When our hair is white, we’ll still have our sister love.” ― Lisa See, Shanghai Girls
“If you have feelings for someone, let them know. It doesn’t matter if they can be in your life or not. Maybe, it is just enough for both of you to release the truth, so healing can occur. The opposite is true, as well. If you don’t have feelings for someone then never let another person suggest that you do. Protect your reputation and be responsible for the wrong information spread about you. Never allow anyone to live with a false belief or unfounded hope about you. An honorable person sets the record straight, so that person can move on with their life.” ― Shannon L. Alder
“It’s a commonly expressed and rather nice, romantic notion that we are all “sisters” and “brothers.”
Let’s be real. Fact is, we might be better served to accept that we are all siblings.
Siblings fight, pull each other’s hair, steal stuff, and accuse each other indiscriminately.
But siblings also know the undeniable fact that they are the same blood, share the same origins, and are family.
Even when they hate each other.
And that tends to put all things in perspective.” ― Vera Nazarian, The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration
“We hang out, we help one another, we tell one another our worst fears and biggest secrets, and then just like real sisters, we listen and don’t judge.” ― Adriana Trigiani, Viola in Reel Life
“But what if the monsters come?”
“Fancy.” Kit looked away from the drama to stare at her sister, surprised. “We are the monsters.” ― Dia Reeves, Slice of Cherry
“That’s the best thing about little sisters: They spend so much time wishing they were elder sisters that in the end they’re far wiser than the elder ones could ever be.” ― Gemma Burgess A Girl Like You
“I have a sister, so I know-that relationship, it’s all about fairness: you want your sibling to have exactly what you have-the same amount of toys, the same number of meatballs on your spaghetti, the same share of love. But being a mother is completely different. You want your child to have more than you ever did. You want to build a fire underneath her and watch her soar. It’s bigger than words.” ― Jodi Picoult, My Sister’s Keeper
“In a way, I was incrediibly proud of her (not that I had any intention of letting it show while I was beating the crap out of her).” ― Meg Cabot
“The anguish I always feel when she’s in pain wells up in my chest and threatens to register on my face.” ― Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games
“No matter where we are, we’ll always share the same sky. We can always find each other in the same constellation.” ― Roshani Chokshi, The Star-Touched Queen
“Different people were good at different things, Lena mused. Lena was good at writing thank-you notes, for instance, and Effie was good at being happy.” ― Ann Brashares, The Second Summer of the Sisterhood
“…she’ll go and fall in love, and there’s an end of peace and fun, and cozy times together.” ― Louisa May Alcott, Little Women
“They called each other family and that’s what they were—sisters. Many people in the world had family of the heart, kin by choice rather than by blood, and hers had come along in her darkest hour and saved her life.” ― Christine Feehan, Spirit Bound
“Sisters function as safety nets in a chaotic world simply by being there for each other.” ― Carol Saline
“Insanity is everyone expecting you not to fall apart when you find out everything you believed in was a lie.” ― Shannon L. Alder
“You can kid the world, but not your sister.” ― Charlotte Gray
“But what Mom never told me is that along the way, you find sisters, and they find you. Girls are cool that way.” ― Adriana Trigiani, Viola in Reel Life
“I don’t like my shoes,’ said Rose.
‘I’m wearing my shoes and you don’t see me complain.’
‘You only hear a person complain,’ said Rose. ‘Not see.’
How has Rose lived for seventeen years and no one has killed her, not once?” ― Franny Billingsley, Chime
“Not only had my brother disappeared, but–and bear with me here–a part of my very being had gone with him. Stories about us could, from them on, be told from only one perspective. Memories could be told but not shared.” ― John Corey Whaley, Where Things Come Back
“I’m starved.” -Juli
“How can you be starved? You just ate a huge bowl of popcorn.” -Elspeth
“Popcorn isn’t food, it’s popcorn.” -Vicki” ― Lynsay Sands, A Quick Bite
“What happened to Tomas Mandray?” I asked, the words strangled.
“I realized he wouldn’t have gone with me to save you from Prythian.” ― Sarah J. Maas, A Court of Thorns and Roses
“… We’re just different.”
“Yeah,” I say. “I’m mute and you have verbal diarrhea.” ― Janet Gurtler, I’m Not Her
“My sisters were the coolest people I knew, and still are. I have always aspired to be like them and know what they know. My sisters were the color and noise in my black-and-white boy world-how I pitied my friends who had brothers. Boys seemed incredibly tedious and dim compared to my sisters, who were always a rush of energy and excitement, buzzing over all the books, records, jokes, rumors and ideas we were discovering together. I grew up thriving on the commotion of their girl noise, whether they were laughing or singing or staging an intervention because somebody was wearing stirrup pants. I always loved being lost in that girl noise.” ― Rob Sheffield, Talking to Girls About Duran Duran: One Young Man’s Quest for True Love and a Cooler Haircut
“But maybe that isn’t so bad. You can’t love anyone that way more than once in a lifetime. It’s too hard and it hurts too much when it ends. The first boy is ialways the hardest to get over, Haven. It’s just the way the world works.” ― Sarah Dessen, That Summer
“She never managed to find herself in these books no matter how hard she tried, exhuming traits from between the pages and donning them for an hour, a day, a week. We think in some ways, we have all done this our whole lives, searching for the book that will give us the keys to ourselves, let us into a wholly formed personality as though it were a furnished room to let. As though we could walk in and look around and say to the gray-haired landlady behind us, “We’ll take it.” ― Eleanor Brown, The Weird Sisters
“How could she just leave me here to live without her? I miss her so much. I love her. I want her to grow up and become who she was meant to be. I wanted her to grow up with me.” ― Ava Dellaira, Love Letters to the Dead
“And I felt closer to you. Because you knew me so much better than I’d realized – and still loved me.” ― Rosamund lupton, Sister
“The world is a wide place where we stumble like children learning to walk. The world is a bright mosaic where we learn like children to see, where our little blurry eyes strive greedily to take in as much light and love and colour and detail as they can.
The world is a coaxing whisper when the wind lips the trees, when the sea licks the shore, when animals burrow into earth and people look up at the sympathetic stars. The world is an admonishing roar when gales chase rainclouds over the plains and whip up ocean waves, when people crowd into cities or intrude into dazzling jungles.
What right have we to carry our desperate mouths up mountains or into deserts? Do we want to taste rock and sand or do we expect to make impossible poems from space and silence? The vastness at least reminds us how tiny we are, and how much we don’t yet understand. We are mere babes in the universe, all brothers and sisters in the nursery together. We had better learn to play nicely before we’re allowed out….. And we want to go out, don’t we? ….. Into the distant humming welcoming darkness.” ― Jay Woodman, SPAN
“It’s always the idle habits you acquire which you will regret. Father said that. That Christ was not crucified: he was worn away by a minute clicking of little wheels. That had no sister.” ― William Faulkner, The Sound and the Fury
“A young lady’s most natural ally is her sister although sometimes our own relatives are as inscrutable to us as an antipodean.” ― Anna Godbersen, Envy
“Often a woman that doesn’t have any business being in a fight is there because their ego thinks it can mend what other people can’t. It’s either superiority or a second chance to heal a wound they have, by meddling on your battlefield.” ― Shannon L. Alder
“We didn’t want to admit it then, but we were friends. Best friends.” ― Shannon Celebi
“We were never organized readers who would see a book through to its end in any sory of logical order. We weave in and out of words like tourists on a hop-on, hop-off bus tour. Put a book down in the kitchen to go to the bathroom and you might return to find it gone, replaced by another of equal interest. We are indiscriminate.” ― Eleanor Brown, The Weird Sisters
“What are sisters for if not to point out the things the rest of the world is too polite to mention.” ― Claire Cook, Must Love Dogs: New Leash on Life
“Jo’s face was a study next day, for the secret rather weighed upon her, and she found it hard not to look mysterious and important. Meg observed it, but did not troubled herself to make inquiries, for she had learned that the best way to manage Jo was by the law of contraries, so she felt sure of being told everything if she did not ask.” ― Louisa May Alcott, Little Women
“For once in your life, listen to your younger sister. She’s taller, and she knows better than you” ― Stephanie Perkins, Isla and the Happily Ever After
“The knowledge of death seemed present in both sisters—it was something about the way they carried themselves, something that had broken too soon and had not mended, marking them in spite of their lightheartedness.” ― Jhumpa Lahiri, Unaccustomed Earth
“Yeah, my parents are crappy, but you hurt either of my sisters and I will spend my life finding ways to destroy you.” ― Patrick Ness
“I need to finish this scarf/shawl/blanket thing so I can start something for Emma- a hat, maybe, or a sweater for her stuffed elephant. ” ― Laurie Halse Anderson, Wintergirls
“It’s Miranda who speaks up. “You’re gay,” she says, with complete seriousness. “And I love you.” ― David Levithan, Two Boys Kissing
“A sister is a dearest friend, a closest enemy, and an angel at the time of need.” ― Debasish Mridha
“True siblings are bound together by far more essential things than blood, while more times than many blood isn’t thicker than water.” ― Constantina Maud, Hydranos
“Love, Mercy, and Grace, sisters all, attend your wounds of silence and hope.” ― Aberjhani, The River of Winged Dreams
“I was too young that time to value her,
But now I know her. If she be a traitor,
Why, so am I. We still have slept together,
Rose at an instant, learned, played, eat together,
And wheresoe’er we went, like Juno’s swans,
Still we went coupled and inseparable.” ― William Shakespeare, As You Like It
“I can only drive slowly.”
“That’s all right.”
“And I can only do left turns.”
Rose ran downstairs, grabbed a road atlas, and ran triumphantly back up again. “Wales is left! Look! It’s left all the way!” ― Hilary McKay, Saffy’s Angel
Your tears are never invisible—there is always an insecure woman that lights up when you point them out.” ― Shannon L. Alder
“I wanted only a familiar voice, someone who knew me. Not some earlier, larval version of myself. . .” ― Jennifer Haigh, Faith
“If you never learned to hold onto someone, how could it possibly hurt now to let them go?” ― Shannon L. Alder
“I don’t know how to stop the atrocities. I don’t know how to make people care. But looking into my sister’s eyes, we seem to have carved out something between us that none of the madness can touch. Invisible threads.” ― Lisa Shannon, A Thousand Sisters: My Journey Into the Worst Place on Earth to Be a Woman
“We went our several ways,” said Lady Dedlock, “and had little in common even before we agreed to differ. It is to be regretted, I suppose, but it could not be helped.” ― Charles Dickens, Bleak House
“Is this your holiday homework?” asked Sarah. “Don’t do it, Rose! And Eve will write you a note to say it’s iniquitous to give eight-year-olds homework. You will, won’t you, Eve?”
“I could never spell ‘iniquitous,’ Sarah darling!”
“Hot concrete,” said Rose mournfully, prodding her porridge.
“Write this,” ordered Saffron. “‘The ancient Egyptians are all dead. Their days are very quiet.’ Porridge is meant to look like hot concrete. Eat it up…. Read the next question!”…
“What would you say if you bumped into Tutankhamen in the street?”
“‘Sorry!'” said Sarah at once. “Put that.”
“We have to answer in proper sentences.”
“‘Sorry, but it was your fault! You were walking sideways!” ― Hilary McKay, Indigo’s Star
“But it is very foolish to ask questions about any young ladies — about any three sisters just grown up; for one knows, without being told, exactly what they are — all very accomplished and pleasing, and one very pretty. There is a beauty in every family. — It is a regular thing” ― JaneAusten, Mansfield Park
“There comes a point at which you stop giving things up. That is what i won’t give up. None of it will i give up, for my beautiful sister Ivy who lies in bed. Ivy who used to be alive. Ivy who used to be. Ivy who used. Ivy who.
Not me. Not me. Not me.” ― Alison McGhee, All Rivers Flow To The Sea
“This was our last night. We only had one curtain call, Bree. And I thought they were going to give us a standing ovation, but no-o-o-. Do you know why half the audience stood up?”
“To get a head start on the traffic,” Bree said.
“To get a head start on the traffic,” Antonia agreed in indignation. “I mean, here we are, dancing and singing our little guts out, and all those folks want to do is get to bed early. I ask you, whatever happened to common courtesy? Whatever happened to decent manners? Doesn’t anyone care about craft anymore? And on top of that, it’s not even nice.”― Mary Stanton, Defending Angels
“Come on Grace, I’m not going to tell on you. I’m your sister.’ And that’s all she has to say.” ― Robin Epstein, God Is in the Pancakes
“Are you watching the boats?” Cornelia guessed. She craned her neck to see if there was any excitement on the river.
Heavens no, I’m spying on people,” Virginia responded unrepentantly.
-Cornelia E and Virginia Somerset” ― Lesley M.M. Blume, Cornelia and the Audacious Escapades of the Somerset Sisters
“We could endlessly reminisce, live in the past to an unhealthy degree, then politely kill each other some winter night before bedtime, stirring poison into our cups of whiskey-spiked chamomile tea, wearing party hats. Then, nervous about our double homicide, we could lie in bed together, holding hands again, frightened and waiting, still wondering, after all these years, if we even believed in our own souls.” ― Timothy Schaffert, The Coffins of Little Hope
“It was quite wrong of me Had I heard what I thought I’d heard or were my ears playing hob with me It was more likely that the sun and the moon should suddenly dance a jolly jig in the heavens than that one of my sisters should apologize. It was simply unheard of.” ― Alan Bradley, A Red Herring Without Mustard
“Stacey: “I’m surprised you haven’t thrown me out.”
Comfort: “At your current weight, I’d need some sort of catapult.” ― Kristin Hannah, Comfort & Joy
“I want you to promise me that you’ll stop comparing yourself to everyone else.’
‘What?’ I broke off the hug, not understanding.
‘You. Evelyn. You’re always like, ‘I wish I coulld be like this’ or ‘I wish I could be more like so-and-so’. You’re obsessed with being normal, but that’s well boring, and you’re extraordinary, Evie. Promise me you’ll stop trying to stop stop being you’.” ― Holly Bourne, Am I Normal Yet?
“I remembered back to leo’s burial and holding your hand. I was eleven and you were six, your hand soft and small in mine. As the vicar said ‘in sure and certain hope of the resurrection of eternal life’ you turned to me, ‘I don’t want sure and certain hope I want sure and certain Bee.” ― Rosamund Lupton, Sister
“Saffy could tell by the feel of the darkness that Caddy was awake. She said, “Caddy, how far back can you remember?”
“Oh,” said Caddy, “ages. I can remember when I could only lie flat. On my back. I can remember how pleased I was when I learned to roll over.” ― Hilary McKay, Saffy’s Angel
“Oh, Caddy,” said Saffron miserably.
“I know. It’s awful. But I’m going. We all should.”
“It will be so sad.”
“You have to be sad sometimes,” said Caddy. “Whatever Dad says. He may be right. Granddad probably had totally lost his marbles, but I am still sad and I’m still going to the funeral. I shall be as unhappy as I like and I shall where black.” ― Hilary McKay, Saffy’s Angel
“Oil and Water, Daddy calls us. At four years younger than me, Katie is only fourteen and she already has half the boys in town eating from her pretty little hand. She tells me I am too tall and too wicked looking to capture the heart of any sensible young man.” ― Gwenn Wright, The BlueStocking Girl
“Here comes Monseiur Le Beau.
Rosalind: With his mouth full of news.
Celia: Which he will put on us, as pigeons feed their young.
Rosalind: Then shall we be news-crammed.
Celia: All the better; we shall be the more marketable.” ― William Shakespeare, As You Like It
“Ruthie started to cry at Julia’s use of the word “hate,” though Ruthie knew it was true, accurate. For a long time now it had been easier just to hate her sister. Easier to try to define the relationship with that simple emotion than to live with the conflicting set of feelings Julia brought forth.” ― Susan Rebecca White, A Soft Place to Land
“I lean against my sister’s shoulder. “I thought lightning wasn’t supposed to strike in the same place twice.”
“Sure it does,” Izzy tells me. “But only if you’re too dumb to move.” ― Jodi Picoult, My Sister’s Keeper
“When are you going to get a fella?” Lily asks Rose after a year or two of dancing. “I have one who wants to take me kissing, but I think I should wait for you to have one.”
Rose flushes. “I don’t think I’ll ever have a fella.”
“Why not?” Lily bristles. “We’re plenty pretty.”
“I don’t like the look of them,” Rose says.
Lily purses her lips at the dance floor, appraising.
After a moment long, Rose says, “Any of them.”
Lily looks at her a long time, as Rose tries not to hyperventilate.
Then Lily shrugs and says, “Well, then it’s you who should have learned to lead, isn’t it?” and when Rose clasps Lily’s hand, she clasps it back.
It’s the closest they’ve ever been.” ― Genevieve Valentine, The Girls at the Kingfisher Club
“We are angels just like the rest of our brothers and sisters.”
― Jay Woodman
“Had Aimee changed her mind just to ruin Julie’s moment of happiness? No she told herself. Aimee is only six. She can’t be that underhanded and cruel.
But at their birthday party, both Fredriks girls wore exactly the same dress.”
Perrine, The Last Lord of Paradise––Generation Six” ― Vivian LeMay
“I love God, Jesus Christ, my three children, mother, father, brother, sisters, family in general, my pets, my students, and true friends.” ― Ana Monnar
“Once upon a time, a sister made a vow she didn’t know how to break, and it broke her instead.
Once upon a time, a girl did the impossible, but she did it just a little too late.” ― Laini Taylor, Muse of Nightmares
“The loss of her is already too much and then there’s the other thing – the end of being loved in the way only my sister could love me. What I feel for her survives and that hurts like battery acid every minute, but worse is that what she felt for me died with her. I will never be loved like that again.” ― Emily Maguire, An Isolated Incident
“I look for my sister but it’s hopeless. The goggles are all fogged up. Every fish burns lantern-bright, and I can’t tell the living from the dead. It’s all just blurry light, light smeared like some celestial fingerprint all over the rocks and the reef and the sunken garbage. Olivia could be everywhere.” ― Karen Russell, St. Lucy’s Home for Girls Raised by Wolves
“There are different levels of trust, and I need to get back to the point where he trusts me so much he no longer has to say it aloud.” ― Brandy Colbert, Little & Lion
“Forget the garden rake. Remember that time you dived over the desk at that guy in moot court? Had him by the throat in two seconds flat, that’s what I heard.”
“You heard wrong.”
“And they suspended you for how long?” Antonia innocently asked.
“A day. And I apologized. Actually I crawled like a slug and ate dirt,” Bree said ruefully. “But that was years ago, and have I pulled a stunt like that again? No, I have not.” ― Mary Stanton, Defending Angels
“They seem like a different race to me and I make sure never to get into disagreements with them, because any puny thing I say gets dashed on the rocks of their robust, shouty certainty.” ― Marian Keyes, Anybody Out There?
“There is no place for secrets in sisterhood.” ― Erin Forbes, Fire & Ice: The Kindred Woods
“Paula shook her head and rolled her eyes. “I already explained that to you. One half plus one half equals one. That’s a whole. Together we are his whole sister.”
“That’s right.” Patrice said. ” I forgot.” ― Roland Smith
“There is a rustle of dead leaves. Dried sap, a branch crack, the whirring teeth of Mr. Omaru’s saw. My father–my real father–is a limb that got axed off the family tree a long time ago now. My mother coughs and cleans phantom juices off her silver with a cloth doily. My sisters clench their knives.” ― Karen Russell, St. Lucy’s Home for Girls Raised by Wolves
“I don’t care,” Nevada said. “I want blue lilacs.”
And I want to fly away from here, but that wouldn’t happen anytime soon, would it?
“Anyway, I have to get back to the office,” Nevada said. “Text me if anything.”
“The queen has dismissed us,” Arabella announced.
I dropped into a deep curtsy. “Your Majesty.”
“I hate you guys.”
“We hate you back,” Arabella told her.
“We hated you before the wedding.”
“Before it was cool to hate you.”
“Get out!” Nevada growled.” ― Ilona Andrews, Diamond Fire
“Arabella did not need backup. Most of the time she was the backup, the field artillery, and the air support, but Nevada taught me to always have an exit strategy.” ― Ilona Andrews, Diamond Fire
“There is a language every sister knows, a language tender beyond words and rarely spoken. It runs like a string between two hearts, and we only pluck that string in times of trouble. This night […] we speak as sisters.” ― Kathleen Baldwin, Refuge for Masterminds
“Sisters are reliably good for two things: hating and loving.” ― Jessica Knoll, The Favorite Sister