65 Mutual Quotes On Success In Life

These mutual quotes will inspire you. Mutual (of a feeling or action) experienced or done by each of two or more parties toward the other or others.

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

Best Mutual Quotes

  1. “Love is friendship that has caught fire. It is quiet understanding, mutual confidence, sharing and forgiving. It is loyalty through good and bad times. It settles for less than perfection and makes allowances for human weaknesses.” ~ Ann Landers
  2. “No one who can read, ever looks at a book, even unopened on a shelf, like one who cannot.” ~ Charles Dickens
  3. “A heart well worth winning, and well won. A heart that, once won, goes through fire and water for the winner, and never changes, and is never daunted.” ~ Charles Dickens
  4. “Love is honesty. Love is a mutual respect for one another.” ~ Simone Elkeles
  5. “Love, though said to be afflicted with blindness, is a vigilant watchman.” ~ Charles Dickens

  6. “Two polar groups: at one pole we have the literary intellectuals, at the other scientists, and as the most representative, the physical scientists. Between the two a gulf of mutual incomprehension.” ~ C.P. Snow
  7. “True community is based on upon equality, mutuality, and reciprocity. It affirms the richness of individual diversity as well as the common human ties that bind us together.” ~ Pauli Murray
  8. “I am weird, you are weird. Everyone in this world is weird. One day two people come together in mutual weirdness and fall in love.” ~ Dr. Seuss
  9. “Love does not solely belong to one person. No matter how hard you try, if the feeling is not mutual, it’ll be fruitless.” ~ Jin Sun Mi
  10. “The rule of friendship means there should be mutual sympathy between them, each supplying what the other lacks and trying to benefit the other, always using friendly and sincere words.” ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero

  11. “Human life is thus only a perpetual illusion; men deceive and flatter each other. No one speaks of us in our presence as he does of us in our absence. Human society is founded on mutual deceit; few friendships would endure if each knew what his friend said of him in his absence, although he then spoke in sincerity and without passion.” ~ Blaise Pascal
  12. “True greatness will be achieved through the abundant mind that works selflessly – with mutual respect, for mutual benefit.” ~ Stephen Covey
  13. “To have the fear of God before our eyes, and, in our mutual dealings with each other, to govern our actions by the eternal measures of right and wrong:MThe first of these will comprehend the duties of religion;Mthe second, those of morality, which are so inseparably connected together, that you cannot divide these two tableswithout breaking and mutually destroying them both.” ~ Laurence Sterne
  14. “The admission of Oriental immigrants who cannot be amalgamated with our people has been made the subject either of prohibitory clauses in our treaties and statutes or of strict administrative regulations secured by diplomatic negotiations. I sincerely hope that we may continue to minimize the evils likely to arise from such immigration without unnecessary friction and by mutual concessions between self-respecting governments.” ~ William Howard Taft
  15. “What do people have against convicts? Is living together in the pen of freedom, where young people engage in mutual psychology, any more beautiful?” ~ Karl Kraus

  16. “Traditionally, marriage involved a kind of bartering, rather than mutual inter-dependence or role sharing. Husbands financially and economically supported wives, while wives emotionally, psychologically and socially supported husbands. He brought home the bacon, she cooked it. He fixed the plumbing, she the psyche.” ~ Bettina Arndt
  17. “The original of all great and lasting societies consisted not in the mutual good will men had toward each other, but in the mutual fear they had of each other.” ~ Thomas Hobbes
  18. “There is quite a lot of mutual misunderstanding between the upper middle class and the working class. Reviewing what’s been said about the white working class and the Democrats, I realized that there’s even a lot of disagreement about who the working class IS.” ~ Timothy Noah
  19. “My cats, the ones that I have, were feral when I found them so the relationship that I have with them 10 years in is very mutual, earned, and evolved over time. It was never an easy thing. I like that they have a certain distance and have their own sense of selves.” ~ Marc Maron
  20. “Our media and political system has turned into a mutual protection racket.” ~ Bill Moyers

  21. “It is mutual respect which makes friendship lasting.” ~ John Henry Newman
  22. “We must seek, above all, a world of peace; a world in which peoples dwell together in mutual respect and work together in mutual regard.” ~ John F. Kennedy
  23. “We must come to understand the deep mutual connection or kinship between the various forms of our spirituality. We must recollect our original spiritual and moral substance, which grew out of the same essential experience of humanity. I believe that this is the only way to achieve a genuine renewal of our sense of responsibility for ourselves and for the world. And at the same time, it is the only way to achieve a deeper understanding among cultures that will enable them to work together in a truly ecumenical way to create a new order for the world.” ~ Vaclav Havel
  24. “Mutual ignorance breeds mutual distrust.” ~ Andrew Carnegie

  25. “Religion is by no means a proper subject of conversation in mixed company; it should only be treated among a very few people of learning, for mutual instruction. It is too awful and respectable a subject to become a familiar one.” ~ Lord Chesterfield
  26. “Ties of blood are not always ties of friendship; but friendship founded on merit, on esteem, and on mutual trust, becomes more vital and more tender when strengthened by the ties of blood.” ~ Lord Chesterfield
  27. “Whatever impatience we may feel towards our neighbor, and whatever indignation our race may rouse in us, we are chained one to another, and, companions in labour and misfortune, have everything to lose by mutual recrimination and reproach. Let us be silent as to each other’s weakness, helpful, tolerant, many, tender towards each other! Or, if we cannot feel tenderness, may we at least feel pity!” ~ Henri Frederic Amiel
  28. “I’m always amazed at the American practice of allowing one party to a homosexual act to remain passive–it’s so undemocratic. Sexmust be mutual.” ~ W. H. Auden

  29. “Nature’s law says that the strong must prevent the weak from living, but only in a newspaper article or textbook can this be packaged into a comprehensible thought. In the soup of everyday life, in the mixture of minutia from which human relations are woven, it is not a law. It is a logical incongruity when both strong and weak fall victim to their mutual relations, unconsciously subservient to some unknown guiding power that stands outside of life, irrelevant to man.” ~ Anton Chekhov
  30. “Surprise! The returns reported by mutual funds aren’t actually earned by mutual fund investors.” ~ John C. Bogle
  31. “Wall Street, with its army of brokers, analysts, and advisers funneling trillions of dollars into mutual funds, hedge funds, and private equity funds, is an elaborate fraud.” ~ Michael Lewis
  32. “Most of the mutual fund investments I have are index funds, approximately 75%.” ~ Charles R. Schwab
  33. “Mutual fund manager performance does not persist and the return of stock picking is zero.” ~ William J. Bernstein

  34. “Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny should take a few pointers from the mutual-fund industry. All three are trying to pull off elaborate hoaxes. But while Santa and the bunny suffer the derision of eight year olds everywhere, actively-managed stock funds still have an ardent following among otherwise clear-thinking adults. This continued loyalty amazes me. Reams of statistics prove that most of the fund industry’s stock pickers fail to beat the market.” ~ Jonathan Clements
  35. “I have become increasingly convinced that the past records of mutual fund managers are essentially worthless in predicting future success. The few examples of consistently superior performance occur no more frequently than can be expected by chance.” ~ Burton Malkiel
  36. “In every mutual fund prospectus, in every sales promotional folder, and in every mutual fund advertisement (albeit in print almost too small to read), the following warning appears: “Past performance is no guarantee of future results.”” ~ Paul Samuelson
  37. “Millions of mutual-fund investors sleep well at night, serene in the belief that superior outcomes result from pooling funds with like-minded investors and engaging high-quality investment managers to provide professional insight. The conventional wisdom ends up hopelessly unwise, as evidence shows an overwhelming rate of failure by mutual funds to deliver on promises.” ~ David F. Swensen
  38. “Most active mutual funds are more interested in collecting fees than in boosting returns for investors.” ~ David F. Swensen

  39. “The general systems of money management today require people to pretend to do something they can’t do and like something they don’t. It’s a funny business because on a net basis, the whole investment management business together gives no value added to all buyers combined. That’s the way it has to work. Mutual funds charge two percent per year and then brokers switch people between funds, costing another three to four percentage points. The poor guy in the general public is getting a terrible product from the professionals.” ~ John C. Bogle
  40. “Invest in low-turnover, passively managed index funds… and stay away from profit-driven investment management organizations… The mutual fund industry is a colossal failure… resulting from its systematic exploitation of individual investors… as funds extract enormous sums from investors in exchange for providing a shocking disservice… Excessive management fees take their toll, and manager profits dominate fiduciary responsibility.” ~ David F. Swensen
  41. “Rip Van Winkle would be the ideal stock market investor: Rip could invest in the market before his nap and when he woke up 20 years later, he’d be happy. He would have been asleep through all the ups and downs in between. But few investors resemble Mr. Van Winkle. The more often an investor counts his money – or looks at the value of his mutual funds in the newspaper – the lower his risk tolerance.” ~ Richard Thaler
  42. “There is no reason to feel any shame in hiring someone to pick stocks or mutual funds for you. But there’s one responsibility that you must never delegate. You, and no one but you, must investigate whether an adviser is trustworthy and charges reasonable fees.” ~ Benjamin Graham
  43. “Mutual content is like a river, which must have its banks on either side.” ~ Alain-Rene Lesage

  44. “The idea that a bell rings to signal when investors should get into or out of the stock market is simply not credible. After nearly fifty years in this business, I do not know of anybody who has done it successfully and consistently. I don’t even know anybody who knows anybody who has done it successfully and consistently. Yet market timing appears to be increasingly embraced by mutual fund investors and the professional managers of fund portfolios alike.” ~ John C. Bogle
  45. “What more degrades woman today than that she so often seeks marriage as a support? Why is the holy sacrament of love, the sanctity of the family state, so often prostituted and destroyed, but because marriage is entered upon as a necessity or a convenience? And what can so place marriage on its only true basis of mutual love, mutual fitness, mutual esteem, as for woman to make herself independent of it as a mere means of subsistence?” ~ Mary C. Ames
  46. “Although I don’t know Paul McCartney, a mutual friend told me that Paul was reading my book, This Is Your Brain on Music, and stopped after chapter two. McCartney said he was concerned that if he learned more about how he does what he does (as far as composing music), he may not be able to do it anymore!” ~ Daniel Levitin
  47. “I’ll suffer no daughter of mine to play the fool with her heart, indeed! She shall marry for the purpose for which matrimony was ordained amongst people of birth–that is, for the aggrandisement of her family, the extending of their political influence–for becoming, in short, the depository of their mutual interest. These are the only purposes for which persons of rank ever think of marriage.” ~ Susan Edmonstone Ferrier
  48. “The twentieth century had dispensed with the formal declaration of war and introduced the fifth column, sabotage, cold war, and war by proxy, but that was only the begining. Summit meetings for disarmament pursued mutual understanding and a balance of power but were also held to learn the strengths and weaknesses of the enemy. The world of the war-or-peace alternative became a world in which war was peace and peace war.” ~ Stanislaw Lem
  49. “Nothing can be more delicate without being fantastical, nothing more firm and based in nature and sentiment, than the courtship and mutual carriage of the sexes.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

  50. “Without enthusiasm, the adventurer could never kindle that fire in his followers which is so necessary to consolidate their mutual interests; for no one can heartily deceive numbers who is not first of all deceived himself.” ~ William Warburton
  51. “The harmony of the nation is promoted and the whole Union is knit together by the sentiments of mutual respect, the habits of social intercourse, and the ties of personal friendship formed between the representatives of its several parts in the performance of their service at this metropolis.” ~ John Quincy Adams
  52. “By interpreting freedom as the propagation and immediate gratification of needs, people distort their own nature, for they engender in themselves a multitude of pointless and foolish desires, habits, and incongruous stratagems. Their lives are motivated only by mutual envy, sensuality, and ostentation.” ~ Fyodor Dostoevsky
  53. “I believe in an America that is on the march – an America respected by all nations, friends and foes alike – an America that is moving, doing, working, trying – a strong America in a world
    of peace. That peace must be based on world law and world order, on the mutual respect of all nations for the rights and powers of others and on a world economy in which no nation lacks the
    ability to provide a decent standard of living for all of its people.” ~ John F. Kennedy
  54. “Bulls make money and bears make money, but pigs seldom do. When a stock or mutual fund is up 30%, sell one-quarter of your position.” ~ Nancy Dunnan

  55. “Nevertheless, no school can work well for children if parents and teachers do not act in partnership on behalf of the children’s best interests. Parents have every right to understand what is happening to their children at school, and teachers have the responsibility to share that information without prejudicial judgment…. Such communication, which can only be in a child’s interest, is not possible without mutual trust between parent and teacher.” ~ Dorothy H Cohen
  56. “The deeds of love are less questionable than any action of an individual can be, for, it being founded on the rarest mutual respect, the parties incessantly stimulate each other to a loftier and purer life, and the act in which they are associated must be pure and noble indeed, for innocence and purity can have no equal. In this relation we deal with one whom we respect more religiously even than we respect our better selves, and we shall necessarily conduct as in the presence of God. What presence can be more awful to the lover than the presence of his beloved?” ~ Henry David Thoreau
  57. “It may be desirable to explain, that by the word operation, we mean any process which alters the mutual relation of two or more things, be this relation of what kind it may. This is the most general definition, and would include all subjects in the universe.” ~ Ada Lovelace
  58. “A good marriage … is a sweet association in life: full of constancy, trust, and an infinite number of useful and solid services and mutual obligations.” ~ Michel de Montaigne
  59. “The starting block for people who are going to stay in love is mutual submission.” ~ Andy Stanley

  60. “The essential qualities of a true Pan Americanism must be the same as those which constitute a good neighbor; namely, mutual understanding, and through such understanding, a sympathetic appeciation of the other’s point of view. It is only in this manner that we can hope to build up a system of which confidence, friendship, and good will are the cornerstones.” ~ Franklin D. Roosevelt
  61. “Mutual respect is so important because as soon as it disappears in relations between you and the next person, there’s trouble.” ~ Dizzy Gillespie
  62. “Brokerage firms don’t sell customers stock so much as they sell those horrible mutual funds” ~ Michael Steinhardt
  63. “There is no more delightful hour in life than that of an unconfessed but mutual love.” ~ Eliza Lynn Linton

  64. “Where there’s no mutual respect, there’s trouble!” ~ Dizzy Gillespie
  65. “I think it’s important for artists to work together. It’s great for fans to see, like, Ludacris came out to our show in Atlanta and kinda made a surprise appearance there, it shows a mutual respect for what each other does.” ~ Jason Aldean

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