Best Real Talk Quotes

Real Talk Quotes

  • It’s difficult to find a person who can accept the truth consistently and more when it is related to him only and that’s what keeps the difference between the real talk and the negative talk very marginal.

  • There is a deep power in words that speak the truth

    P. C. Cast
  • We are all affected by our pasts, but it is within our power not to let what we have done to dictate what we will do.

    P. C. Cast
  • Evil will win if good people do nothing.

    P. C. Cast
  • Nobody is one block of harmony. We are all afraid of something, or feel limited in something. We all need somebody to talk to. It would be good if we talked to each other, not just pitter patter but real talk. We shouldn’t be afraid, because most people really like this contact; that you show you are vulnerable makes them free to be vulnerable too. It’s so much easier to be together when we drop our masks.

    Liv Ullmann
  • I used to think it was corny to be in love but actually it’s corny to lose an awesome woman! Real talk.

  • Remember: when people tell you something’s wrong or doesn’t work for them, they are almost always right. When they tell you exactly what they think is wrong and how to fix it, they are almost always wrong.

    Neil Gaiman
  • And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it, and the imagination to improvise. The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.

    Sylvia Plath
  • When you make mistakes, whether they are from this life or another, learn from them- then they become opportunities

    P. C. Cast
  • No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader.

    Ernest Hemingway
  • Some people are the best lyricists, got the most gas, but they don’t know have the personality or the people skills to go out there and network and get they recognition and they name out there. Sometimes people can get in the way of they own selves man, real talk.

  • I like my lyrics to feel conversational and truthful, as if we’re having real talk. I don’t really like generic lyrics.

    Meredith Brooks
  • Dialogue should convey a sense of spontaneity but eliminate the repetitiveness of real talk.

    Elizabeth Bowen
  • There are three rules for writing a novel. Unfortunately, no one knows what they are.

    W. Somerset Maugham
  • No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. No surprise in the writer, no surprise in the reader.

    Robert Frost
  • Writing a novel is a terrible experience, during which the hair often falls out and the teeth decay. I’m always irritated by people who imply that writing fiction is an escape from reality. It is a plunge into reality and it’s very shocking to the system.

    Flannery O’Connor
  • This idea of artistry, this idea of creativity… Ultimately, it has to be just real talk. We have to give a common way for people to access the world around them – even just words and terminology that we know are representative of the future.

    Eli Russell Linnetz
  • There are too many coy books full of talking animals, whimsical children, and condescending adults. (Some of the most famous animals in the world have talked, but they talked real talk and they weren’t called silly names like Doody and Mooloo. They were called names like The Cheshire Cat and they asked sensible questions like “Did you say pig, or fig?”)

    Katharine Sergeant Angell White
  • I’ve been known to slum it and shop in the gag-him-and-bag-him aisles, believe it or not.

    Tammara Webber
  • There’s an epigram tacked to my office bulletin board, pinched from a magazine — “Wanting to meet an author because you like his work is like wanting to meet a duck because you like pâté.

    Margaret Atwood
  • Oh yeah, I’m literally walking through my house now looking down and there are maybe, like, 15 pairs on the floor. For real. Real talk. It’s just simplicity. They’re something I wear every day. Before I got a deal with them, I was wearing some type of Vans all the time. I would just order them by the box, like, 10 at a time.

    Lupe Fiasco

Real Talk Quotes

“We are all affected by our pasts, but it is within our power not to let what we have done to dictate what we will do.”
― P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast, Tempted
“Evil will win if good people do nothing.”
― P.C. Cast, Hunted
“There is a deep power in words that speak the truth”
― P.C. and Kristin Cast, Tempted
“How to win in life:
1 work hard
2 complain less
3 listen more
4 try, learn, grow
5 don’t let people tell you it cant be done
6 make no excuses”
― Germany Kent
“When you make mistakes, whether they are from this life or another, learn from them- then they become opportunities”
― P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast, Tempted
“Live your life in such a way that you’ll be remembered for your kindness, compassion, fairness, character, benevolence, and a force for good who had much respect for life, in general.”
― Germany Kent
“If you don’t love yourself, you won’t be happy with yourself. If you can’t love yourself, you can’t love anyone else. You can’t give the love you do not have. You can’t make anyone love you without loving yourself first.”
― Kemi Sogunle
“I’ve been known to slum it and shop in the gag-him-and-bag-him aisles, believe it or not.”
― Tammara Webber, Easy
“Women Empowerment Reminder of The Day. Always respect yourself as a woman. You attract what you are, so be very mindful of how you’re representing yourself. If you want respect, you must first learn how to respect yourself, first. Attracting negative attention is never a good thing. Be a woman of substance! Be a woman that both women and men respect, admire, and look up to. Don’t disrespect yourself by lowering your standards and accepting just anything that comes your way. It’s okay to be single! If you want a relationship of substance, you can’t keep entertaining people and things that mean you no good. Think about it! It’s all up to you.”
― Stephanie Lahart
“Ladies! I encourage you NOT to be so easily flattered by what a man has. Be flattered by his strength, courage, integrity, and character as a man. Be impressed by his ability to be honest, faithful, loving, and respectful to you. Be impressed because he can communicate and openly express his feelings. Be impressed because he’s got confidence, direction, and purpose in his life. Be impressed because he’s a quality man, NOT a fine man. Real Talk!”
― Stephanie Lahart
“We are all affected by our pasts, but it is within our power not to let what we have done to dictate what we will do.”
― P.C and Kristin Cast, Tempted
“Who we are is who we ACTUALLY are. It’s never who we create in order for people to see. You might really hate who you actually are, so then you create a sub-genus type of yourself for other people to see. But that never changes who you are. The sub-genus type won’t change your genus. The only way we change who we are is by looking at ourselves in the mirror long enough to make us vomit over our disgusting waywardness and long enough to fall in love with our strengths. But you can’t just fall in love with your strengths. You also need to vomit over your hypocrisies and all of your other bullshit. And you can’t just vomit, either. You also have to clean it up and embrace yourself afterwards. This is how you change your genus.”
― C. JoyBell C.
“Your faith is your conscience, and your conscience is your faith. You cannot have faith without a conscience, but you can have a conscience without faith. Man was designed to be good with or without religion, yet the challenge for many is staying good. Some people claim to be religious but have no conscience, while some people without religion are very much aware of their conscience. Therefore, a religious label does not define your character or validate your worth. In the end, all men will be judged by the amount of truth in them and the weight of their hearts. The heavier the conscience, the heavier the truth. The lighter the heart, the higher it goes. The only spiritual currency one has in the afterlife is amassed in the form of light, in that, the amount you have depends on the weight of your words and deeds in the living. Conscience is everything. Conscience is what connects us to the truth and light of the highest power source of all. God. The cosmic heart of the universe.”
― Suzy Kassem
“Whenever you don’t know someone and you overhear their problems they always sound so trivial.”
― Cat Agonis
“It seemed everyone was a part of that fabled equation of one plus one, minus me…”
― K.L. Laitinen, Men
“It is during the most trying times in life that we get to see who our real friends are.”
― Germany Kent
“A true friend who really loves you will never try to change you.”
― Germany Kent
“Direct, honest, straightforward communication is kind. Sidestepping the truth doesn’t serve anyone involved.”
― Gina Senarighi, Love More, Fight Less: Communication Skills Every Couple Needs: A Relationship Workbook for Couples
“Tell me the role I play in your life while I’m still alive. Instead of doing it through social media or memorial gatherings when I’m dead. That is all.”
― Mitta Xinindlu
“No judgment. Just real talk.”
― A.D. Aliwat, In Limbo
“Compassion is not a seasonal feeling.
Every real human must show it at all times.”
― Michael Bassey Johnson, Song of a Nature Lover
“The most expensive thing you will ever do is spend time with the wrong people.”
― Germany Kent
“Always do right, even when right feels wrong.”
― Germany Kent
“Don’t hold on to people who have let you go.”
― Germany Kent
“Not all pain is harmful. Some forms of pain are valuable lessons.”
― Mitta Xinindlu
“I’ll take a lot of shit to the grave before I tell a bitch anything!”
― Stoney Rose
“If I could talk to my teenage self I would tell her to stay focus and play the boys to the left.”
― Stoney Rose
“Even though a “YES” sounds better sometimes a “NO” is more important.”
― Sope Agbelusi
“The problem with people who are self-centered is that they never shift their focus long enough to understand or care about the needs of those around them.”
― Germany Kent

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