Best Jasmine Quotes On Success In Life

These jasmine quotes will inspire you. Jasmine is an Old World shrub or climbing plant that bears fragrant flowers used in perfumery or tea. It is popular as an ornamental.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging jasmine quotes, jasmine sayings, and jasmine proverbs.

Famous Jasmine Quotes

  1. “From plants that wake when others sleep, from timid jasmine buds that keep their odour to themselves all day, but when the sunlight dies away let the delicious secret out to every breeze that roams about.” ~ Thomas Moore
  2. “True love is night jasmine, a diamond in darkness, the heartbeat no cardiologist has ever heard. It is the most common of miracles, fashioned of fleecy clouds – a handful of stars tossed into the night sky.” ~ Jim Bishop
  3. “Jasmine is just the most delicate and beautiful scent.” ~ Natalie Portman
  4. “Jasmine is sweet, and has many loves.” ~ Thomas Hood

  5. “Do not sit long with a sad friend. When you go to a garden do you look at the weeds? Spend more time with the roses and jasmines.” ~ Rumi
  6. “I’m thankful for the sea breeze that feels so good right now, and the scent of jasmine when the sun starts going down.” ~ Johnny Cash
  7. “Out in the lonely woods the jasmine burns Its fragrant lamps, and turns Into a royal court with green festoons The banks of dark lagoons.” ~ Henry Timrod
  8. “Sandalwood, tagara, lotus, jasmine – the fragrance of virtue is unrivaled by such kinds of perfume.” ~ Gautama Buddha

  9. “Cultivate night-blooming jasmine near your bedroom window and dream of men you’ve always longed for.” ~ Gwen Davis
  10. “A summer rain had left the night clean and sparkling with drops of water. I leaned against the end pillar of the gallery, my head touching the soft tendrils of a jasmine which grew there in a constant battle with a wisteria, and I thought of what lay before me throughout the world and throughout time, and resolved to go about it delicately and reverently, learning that from each thing which would take me best to another.” ~ Anne Rice
  11. “I’m thankful for a pair of shoes that feel really good on my feet; I like my shoes. I’m thankful for the birds; I feel like they’re singing just for me when I get up in the morning… Saying, ‘Good morning, John. You made it, John.’ I’m thankful for the sea breeze that feels so good right now, and the scent of jasmine when the sun starts going down. I’m thankful.” ~ Johnny Cash
  12. “Not bombs nor my broken heart can take away from me walking barefoot with you in jasmine June through the Field of Mars.” ~ Paullina Simons

  13. “I do not feel like writing verses; but as I light my perfume burner with myrrh and jasmine incense, they suddenly burgeon from my heart, like flowers in a garden.” ~ Hafez , Jasmine quotes flower
  14. “The sound of her laughter was sticky as sap, the smell of night-blooming jasmine soft as a milk bath.” ~ Janet Fitch
  15. “If there were as great a scarcity of soil as of jewels or precious metals, there would not be a prince who would not spend a bushel of diamonds and rubies and a cartload of gold just to have enough earth to plant a jasmine in a little pot, or to sow an orange seed and watch it sprout, grow, and produce its handsome leaves, its fragrant flowers, and fine fruit.” ~ Galileo Galilei
  16. “Roses by the head, jasmine at the feet so appear the longings that have passed without being satisfied, not one of them granted a night of sensual pleasure, or one of its radiant mornings.” ~ C.P. Cavafy
  17. “I don’t know what’s happened to me. I’ve got a bit more sophisticated in my old age. I like a bit of jasmine tea. I love it.” ~ Danny Dyer

  18. “In the spring of 1988, I returned to New Orleans, and as soon as I smelled the air, I knew I was home. It was rich, almost sweet, like the scent of jasmine and roses around our old courtyard. I walked the streets, savoring that long lost perfume.” ~ Anne Rice
  19. “I kept my arms around Joi and my face buried deep in her hair while I waited for Peter Pan to slip through the window. I thought I needed him to tell me what I should do. But he never showed up. He left me alone with a girl who smelled of jasmine and cocoa butter. And before I fell asleep, I finally realized that was more than enough.” ~ Kirsten Miller
  20. “Listen,” F. Jasmine said. “What I’ve been trying to say is this. Doesn’t it strike you as strange that I am I, and you are you? I am F. Jasmine Addams. And you are Berenice Sadie Brown. And we can look at each other, and touch each other, and stay together year in and year out in the same room. Yet always I am I, and you are you. And I can’t ever be anything else but me, and you can ever be anything else but you. Have you ever thought of that? And does it seem to you strange?” ~ Carson McCullers
  21. “Jasmine apologized and said she was sorry and said she loved me, she couldn’t believe it and said she thought it would be her. All of them were really, really sorry that it happened to me.” ~ LaToya London

  22. “The wind, one brilliant day, called to my soul with an odor of jasmine. “In return for the odor of my jasmine, I’d like all the odor of your roses.” “I have no roses; all the flowers in my garden are dead.” “Well then, I’ll take the withered petals and the yellow leaves and the waters of the fountain.” the wind left. And I wept. And I said to myself: “What have you done with the garden that was entrusted to you?” ~ Antonio Machado
  23. “I didn’t mean to interrupt you if you were looking for your friends Miss–‘ ‘Callihan,’ but you can call my Jasmine. Or Jas.’ Or Snookums. Honeybunch. Hotsie Totsie Cowgirl. My Little– ‘It’s nice to meet you Jasmine, I’m Jack.” ~ Michele Jaffe
  24. “We spent the first night of our honeymoon in a country hotel, with Tudor architecture oak beams, and floors which sloped, of the Queen-Elizabeth-Slept-Here variety. There were old tennis courts – the Tudor kind where Henry VIII was said to have played; and gardens filled with winter heather, jasmine and yellow chrysanthemums. […] So that first night together was spent in the ancient bedroom with the tiny leaded paned windows, through which shafts of moonlight touched the room with a dreamlike radiance […]” ~ Jean Plaidy
  25. “Long strands of drool stretched from between his fangs and dripped on the pavement, sending a heady scent of jasmine to swirl through the air. Perfumed monster spit. What was the world coming to?” ~ Ilona Andrews

  26. “The surrealist thinks he has outstripped the whole of literary history when he has written (here a word that there is no need to write) where others have written “jasmines, swans and fauns.” But what he has really done has been simply to bring to light another form of rhetoric which hitherto lay hidden in the latrines.” ~ Jose Ortega y Gasset
  27. “Mexico admits you through an arched stone orifice into the tree-filled courtyard of its heart, where a dog pisses against a wall and a waiter hustles through a curtain of jasmine to bring a bowl of tortilla soup, steaming with cilantro and lime. Cats stalk lizards among the clay pots around the fountain, doves settle into the flowering vines and coo their prayers, thankful for the existence of lizards. The potted plants silently exhale, outgrowing their clay pots. Like Mexico’s children, they stand pinched and patient in last year’s too-small shoes.” ~ Barbara Kingsolver
  28. “We went to the door and I let Asha in. I expected an uber awkward moment when he and Vayl met. But Asha took care of that problem right away. “So you belong to Jasmine,” he said in his melancholy voice. It somehow delivered Vayl his deepest condolences without bearing a trace of malice toward me.” ~ Jennifer Rardin
  29. “Somebody comes to your house. You know they’re coming, so it’s not a surprise. And they give you an envelope that has your scenes in it. And they sit in the car outside for a half an hour while you read your scenes, then they ring your doorbell and you give your scenes back. Then you shoot the movie a few weeks later or something. The next time you see your scenes is the night before you start shooting. I never read the script [Blue Jasmine], so I didn’t really know what it was about.” ~ Alden Ehrenreich
  30. “To really love Joan Didion—to have been blown over by things like the smell of jasmine and the packing list she kept by her suitcase—you have to be female.” ~ Caitlin Flanagan

  31. “Whether I’m making a recipe or a piece of jewelry or a white-rose-and-jasmine tea or the perfume, I like to think of myself as a happy little sorceress, and if I could just have a little general store with all that stuff and give people a sense of my taste, that would be lovely.” ~ Padma Lakshmi
  32. “I love perfumes. Every morning when my girlfriend and I come down to the courtyard in our block of flats we’re assailed by the most delicious scent – jasmine round a doorway. It almost makes me swoon.” ~ Alan Rickman
  33. “I’m just being practical. I knew someday I might have to bare my throat to you. Pete and I discussed that very possibility. As for the danger and risk-taking, that’s what Pete pays me to do. And you and I both know he inteneds to get his money’s worth.” Jasmine, I cannot-” Why not!” Because you are not food!” I stared at him for a minute; the I started to grin. I couldn’t help it. Vayl”-I tried to keep my face straight- “I’m not asking you to eat me.” ~ Jennifer Rardin
  34. “Jasmine smirke at the weapon in my hand. “That little toothpick won’t save you, Gypsy.” “Touthpick?” Vic muttered in an indignant voice. “Did she just call me a bleeding toothpick? Kill her! Kill her now!” ~ Jennifer Estep
  35. “We’ll meet again in Lviv, my love and I…” Tatiana hums, eating her ice cream, in our Leningrad, in jasmine June, near Fontanka, the Neva, the Summer Garden, where we are forever young.” ~ Paullina Simons

  36. “This dress makes me look fat,” I told Jasmine as we stood near the back of the crowd and watched the last-minute preparations fall into place. She glanced over at me and my efforts to rearrange the folds of my long, gauzy dress. “Your pregnant,” she stated. “Everything’s supposed to make you look fat.” I Scowled. “I think the correct response was ‘No it doesn’t.” ~ Richelle Mead
  37. “Now hoppin’-john was F. Jasmine’s very favorite food. She had always warned them to wave a plate of rice and peas before her nose when she was in her coffin, to make certain there was no mistake; for if a breath of life was left in her, she would sit up and eat, but if she smelled the hopping-john, and did not stir, then they could just nail down the coffin and be certain she was truly dead.” ~ Carson McCullers , Jasmine quotes about life
  38. “The secret weapon is cucumber.’ Solange sat all the way up. ‘Jasmine, cover your ears.’ MaryAnn, Juliette, and Jasmine burst out laughing. ‘Sheesh, Solange. Get your mind out of the gutter.’ ‘MY mind is just fine, thank you. It’s MaryAnn’s I’m concerned about.’ ‘You put them on your eyes,’ MaryAnn said, laughing even harder.” ~ Christine Feehan
  39. “I always have SK-II face masks in the fridge – they are excellent especially if you’ve been on a plane and your skin is puffy. I also love Rodin face oil with jasmine – it’s delicious and gives you a real glow. I always use Chanel eye cream. I go to have my eyebrows waxed and lashes tinted, and then I always curl my eyelashes.” ~ Cat Deeley

Jasmine, any of numerous often climbing shrubs (genus Jasminum) of the olive family that usually have extremely fragrant flowers.

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