Lies are served like a fine delicacy. But beware, the truth of it all will sour, lodge in your throat, and choke your very existence if you continue to believe them. - Jason E. Hodges
Life is not meant to be lived on the sidelines or the edge of the pool. It is meant to be embraced, inhaled, and devoured. It is meant to be tasted, chewed and swallowed, savoring each and every experience as if it were the most delicious delicacy ever eaten. - Monica E. Tunnell
Delicacy is to love what grace is to beauty.
Dance is that delicacy of life radiating every particle of our existence with happiness. - Shah Asad Rizvi
Hope with deep driving desires is an order of the most delicious delicacy in a restaurant we call the universe. - Debasish Mridha M.D.
Politeness, delicacy [and] decency ... are but three different names for hypocrisy, chicanery, and cowardice. - John Adams
Sadness brings delicacy. Happiness brings subliminal terror. - Dominic Riccitello
Delicacy in shaping desires of any kind will help to reach excellence, but failure will bring disaster. - William Gomes
War makes men barbarous because, to take part in it, one must harden oneself against all regret, all appreciation of delicacy and sensitive values. One must live as if those values did not exist, and when the war is over one has lost the resilience to return to those values. - Cesare Pavese