Thursday, October 19, 2017

Quotes by Janvier Chouteu-Chando

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“Kindness is a source of relief to the soul of the giver, creating a sense of fortitude that is incomprehensible to those who do not know what kindness is all about.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoThe Girl on the Trail
“A grandmother’s love is selfless all the way to the bones.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoMe Before Them
“…the truest feeling of happiness is the security that comes with being loved.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoThe Girl on the Trail
“With true love, you can move mountains, make unusual sacrifices, live a life of deprivations and still be happy.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoThe Girl on the Trail
“Take a stand that reflects the widest horizons of your soul if you don’t want to be a slave to external powers.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando
“What is the purpose of achieving your dream if the people you had dreamed your achievements for are no longer there to reap the benefits?”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoTriple Agent, Double Cross
“There are people who bring joy to our lives, but who fail to make us happy. They are the people for the moment. Never rely on their love because it is not sustainable. Their love is alike a comet that illuminates the sky, but then fades away because it lacks the sustainable energy of the sun.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando
“Some people live their memorable years fighting against their basic instincts only to succumb in the end to what was actually good for them.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando
“The narrow-minded find it convenient to create stereotypes, and then try to fit everybody, everything and every situation into those stereotypes.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando
“A yesterday missed can never be found even in a fine tomorrow.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoFlash of the Sun
“Love has no color, love has no language and love has no religion.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoMe Before Them
“We need the wisdom to accept the fact that this world abounds with issues we cannot solve; and we need to part ways with those people, ideas and things that are a vexation to the soul.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoThe Girl on the Trail
“We love out of compassion, passion or a sense of commitment.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoMe Before Them
“...the depth or humaneness of our love depends on the wideness of our souls.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoThe Fire and Ice Legend
“Life is so sweet even though it is full of lies and half truths...”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoThe Usurper: And Other Stories
“We still need to give our best to life even if we do not understand the purpose of our existence on earth.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoThe Girl on the Trail
“Never allow yourself to be sapped of your extraordinary energy that is the necessary ingredient for creating something new and progressive.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoThe Girl on the Trail
“The writer is the cursed artist of the soul. The expression of his art is a reflection of his quest to understand man by unraveling the mysteries that have been haunting humankind from time immemorial. In the end of his journey to understand man, the writer becomes more human even though his soul ends up finding less peace.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoThe Girl on the Trail
“Huh! Mankind always comes up with ideas to make up for the follies of the status quo. But what happens if those ideas are inflexible and fail to respond to the changing times. They end up betraying the people who believed in them.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoDisciples of Fortune
“... People who are the spices of this world are the natural souls with instincts and impulses that have not been pruned by evolution and civilization.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoThe Girl on the Trail
“A man’s true world should be the space and people that enrich his soul,”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoDisciples of Fortune
“Most people live lives that are full of mysteries, lives whose ultimate purpose we may never really understand. But for the sake of serenity, we must believe in life’s nobleness.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoThe Girl on the Trail
“Son, it is bad for a man to be condemned by his children, more so by the sons he cherishes.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoDisciples of Fortune
“Sometimes, our pride compels us to engage in costly wars when a true commitment to a compromising peace would have been the best course to pursue.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoThe Usurper: And Other Stories
“Nothing crushes the soul of a father more than the loss of the beloved son he failed to lavish his love on.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoDisciples of Fortune
“Human ties are the greatest distorters of reality because they tend to conceal man’s worst selfish instincts.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoDisciples of Fortune
“A man can’t talk of true happiness if he has never known true love—the trusting, selfless and unconditional love that I took for granted.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoThe Girl on the Trail
“Expose human ties for what they really are and you are most likely to find the worst forms of betrayal staring back at you.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoDisciples of Fortune
“...only the dreamers of a dream are capable of translating their dreams into worthy practical endeavors that are devoid of haunting errors. After all, they are the ones who carefully observed the link between their dreams and reality; they are the ones who worked consciously to blend them into one.”
― Janvier Chouteu-ChandoDisciples of Fortune