E. B. Farnum quotes

  • When I write I have no loyalty except to historical truth as I see it and care no more about British achievements and mistakes than any other.

  • When I was young I thought of friendship as a matter of total loyalty and unchanging preference and I was often disappointed. But as an adult I had come to see that it was more the refraction of some total faithfulness and joy of which we all had some primordial notion. The exchange of trust and the experience of understanding between two people was like a sign or witness to the possibilitity of eternal caring and understanding and communication.

  • Stand with anybody that stands right, stand with him while he is right and part with him when he goes wrong.

  • Loyalty is the pledge of truth to oneself and others.

  • When you can show concern about what matters to your customer, that's Business to Customer Loyalty, and you can bet on it, you've just acquired a customer for life.

  • Love does not fail for you when you are rejected, betrayed or apparently not Loved. Love fails for you when you reject, betray and do not love. Therefore .. Love.

  • Silence never yet betrayed any one!

  • I have yet to meet a person who has not felt betrayed.

  • September had never been betrayed before. She did not even know what to call the feeling in her chest, so bitter and sour. Poor child. There is always a first time, and it is never the last time.

  • A dog trusts deeply and so is easily betrayed.

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