Truth Quotes

“Tonight started innocently enough. Most terrible things do, right?” ― Suzanne Hayes, I’ll Be Seeing You
“Nothing exists without its opposite.” ― Chris Crutcher, Whale Talk
“You always know the truth, because when you cut yourself or someone else with it, there’s always a bloody show.” ― Stephen King
“It is as if Little Red Riding Hood had asked the wolf: “Dear Grandmother, what is the truth for?” And the wolf had replied: “The truth helps me tell you better lies.” ― Sara Castro-Klarén, Understanding Mario Vargas Llosa
“Most people gaze neither into the past nor the future; they explore neither truth nor lies. They gaze at the television.” ― Radiohead
“The truth of the story lies in the details.” ― Paul Auster, The Brooklyn Follies
“Do you like Rhiannon more than me?” … They’re two completely different concepts. When a girl asks you a question like that, there’s no way you can be honest. They say they want you to be honest, but then they get all upset when you are. You can’t win. There’s no way to win. There are questions you just can’t answer without manipulating the truth.” ― Susane Colasanti, Take Me There
“Mika: Were you happy? Hiro: I was so happy.” ― Ibuki Haneda (伊吹羽田), Koizora (Love Sky), Volume 3
“A thing can be true and still be desperate folly, Hazel.” ― Richard Adams, Watership Down
“So, the world is fine. We don’t have to save the world—the world is big enough to look after itself. What we have to be concerned about, is whether or not the world we live in, will be capable of sustaining us in it. That’s what we need to think about.” ― Douglas Adams