In almost everything I've written there is a thread of this: man's seemingly palpable need to dislike someone other than himself.— Rod Serling
Vibrant Dislike Someone quotations
A friend is someone who knows the song in your heart, and can sing it back to you when you have forgotten the words.
I didn't even know what Chikara was... So I show up at the show, and I'm expecting a normal wrestling show... there's like a f#%ing dude in a dinosaur outfit walking around, and there was a stipulaton that someone would be sent back in time... Not that I disliked it or anything, I was just like, what the hell is going on.
I love everyone. Why? The moment I dislike someone, they own me. They own my energy, thoughts, feelings, etc.
Your value does not decrease based on someone's inability to see your worth.
We care. We feel. We think. We do not always miss the absent one. We cannot always come when called. Being friends with a loner requires patience and the wisdom that distance does not mean dislike.
People often become actresses because of something they dislike about themselves: They pretend they are someone else.
I dislike the idea of jewellery being like a price tag around someone's neck.
It needs to be something else - and there is something extremely magical about armour.
Every time you judge someone else, you reveal an unhealed part of yourself.
I very much dislike doctrinaire liberals - they want to own your minds.
And I don't like reactionary conservatives. I like to face issues in terms of conditions and not in terms of someone's inborn political philosophy.
It is very hard to dislike someone you have helped
We have to pay attention to one another, regardless of how someone may look or act, look again. Looking at people is like looking at art. I may look at a painting and dislike it because I don't understand it but then I'll look deeper and I'll see things better.
Everyone comes with baggage. Find someone who loves you enough to help you unpack.
The truest test of independent judgment is being able to dislike someone who admires us, and to admire someone who dislikes us.
love comes from the heart not from the mind.
you will love and be loved. don't force things good things take time.one good reason for people to love you is for who you are not who someone else is. your beautiful and wonderful don't change that just because one person dislikes like you for who you are
A feminist is someone who loathes being a woman and who dislikes the chief feminine characteristics.
Before you heal someone, ask him if he's willing to give up the things that made him sick.
For Black people, we're one of the only groups of people that for some reason to express love of yourself, in some ways, is misconstrued as a dislike for someone else.
All men have an emotion to kill; when they strongly dislike someone they involuntarily wish he was dead. I have never killed any one, but I have read some obituary notices with great satisfaction.
Gossip harms relationships and that's why it's bad.
While we all do it at times, there's a point where it crosses the line and becomes bullying if it damages friendships and causes people to dislike someone.
Tact is the ability to tell someone to go to hell in such a way that they look forwad for the trip.
Someone asked me years ago if it were true that I disliked Jews, and I replied that it was certainly true, not at all because they are Jews but because they are folks, and I don't like folks.
I dislike the concept of 'chic' being the highest compliment for a human being.
I'd rather someone be nice than to be chic.
I like the way we get to be uninhibited in our dreams, we don't' need to repress our behaviours like we do in our daily lives. If we lust after someone in a dream we get to possess him or her, if we dislike someone we get to express it or even strike out at them. Something I wouldn't think of doing, I don't have the courage, and it's not right either.
When someone disrespects you, beware the impulse to win their respect. For disrespect is not a valuation of your worth but a signal of their character.
Because if you don't know someone all that well, you react to their surface qualities, the superficial stereotypes-they throw off like sparks. But once you fight through the sparks and get to the person, you find just that, a person, a big jumble of likes, dislikes, fears, and desires.
When someone who wields political power does something you dislike or disagree with, it's incumbent upon you to object, criticize, and demand a different course. Those who refuse to do so are abdicating the most basic duty of citizenship and rendering themselves impotent.
Anti-drug fanatics and cops are the criminals - it's like McCarthyism.
They need someone to dislike to distract the public from the really important problems.
The most painful thing is losing yourself in the process of loving someone too much, and forgetting that you are special too.
[Ella Baker]'s second defining characteristic was her dislike of top-down leadership... 'She felt leaders were not appointed but the rose up. Someone will rise. Someone will emerge'. It was an attitude Baker shared with some of the older women in the movement.
It's very hard to find someone who's successful and dislikes what they do.
But how can we love someone if we don't like him? Easy-we do it to ourselves all the time. We don't always have tender, comfortable feelings about ourselves; sometimes we feel foolish, stupid, asinine, or wicked. But we always love ourselves: we always seek our own good. Indeed, we feel dislike toward ourselves, we berate ourselves, precisely because we love ourselves; because we care about our good, we are impatient with our bad.
Just do what works for you, because there will always be someone who thinks differently.
Usually, if we hate, it is the shadow of the person that we hate, rather than the substance. We may hate a person because he reminds us of someone we feared and disliked when younger; or because we see in him some gross caricature of what we find repugnant in ourself; or because he symbolizes an attitude that seems to threaten us.
You've come to give me a piece of your mind.
You know that phrase is really beautiful. The mind is the most powerful thing in the body. Whatever the mind believes, the body can achieve. So to give someone a piece of it... well thank you. Funny how people are always intent on giving it to the people they dislike when it really should be for the ones they love.
When you are behaving as if you loved someone, you will presently come to love him. If you injure someone you dislike, you will find yourself disliking him more. If you do him a good turn, you will find yourself disliking him less.
Never allow someone to be your priority while allowing yourself to be their option.
Everyone disliked their partners at some time or another, she knew that.
But she’d spent her hours in the dark wondering whether she’d ever liked him. Would it really have been so much worse to spend those years alone? Why did there have to be someone else in the room while she was eating, watching TV, sleeping?
Part of life is a quest to find that one essential person who will understand our story. But we choose wrongly so often. Over the ensuing years that person we thought understood us best ends up regarding us with pity, indifference, or active dislike. Those who truly care can be divided into two categories: those who understand us, and those who forgive our worst sins. Rarely do we find someone capable of both.
How many of us have conflicts with someone else- and how many of us pray for that person? We have individuals with whom we are competitive, or whom we dislike or have a quarrel with; but very few of us have true enemies in the martial sense. And yet if Lincoln could pray fervently- and contemporary reports indicate he did- for the people who were opposing him, how much more can we do for someone we just find a little irritating?
Be the one who makes everyone feel like someone!
She tried to be someone people liked.
She tried to be someone people disliked. But all I became was someone who didn't succeed with anything I tried to be.
And when someone else speaks your name you feel pleased.
You feel wanted. You feel there. Alive. Even if they're saying your name with dislike, at least you know you're you, that you exist.
When we dislike someone, or feel threatened by someone, the natural tendency is to focus on something we dislike about the person, something that irritates us. Unfortunately, when we do this--instead of seeing the deeper beauty of the person and giving them energy--we take energy away and actually do them harm. All they know is that they suddenly feel less beautiful and less confident, and it is because we sapped their energy.