Best And Unique Promise Quotes To Keep Promises
Send promise quotes every day for your friends and family to remind your love for them always. People in life are precious.
UNBREAKABLE VOW, PROMISE
“Promises are only as strong as the person who gives them ...”― Stephen Richards
What does promising mean?
Promise is a confident assurance given to someone either to do or not to do something. A promise is done to fulfill the desire and intention of a person with full honesty and obedience.
Promise has different meanings in different places. In some situations, Promise is referred to as money whereas in other it is signified for the law.
It has reserved meaning in various regions. Making a promise to someone is one of the most powerful forms of communication in existence.
“As soon as one promises not to do something, it becomes the one thing above all others that one most wishes to do.”― Georgette Heyer, Venetia
Why promises should be true?
Promises are made with the acceptance of two people. One of the others would definitely be serious about the promises.
At least one among the promisee will remember the vow. So, it is not good to do a fake promise. It would hurt either of them mentally.
If the promise is not true, then it is called a fake or a false promise. These promises are not deceiving and defrauding.
There is no use in such promises. It is a promise that is made without consideration and is usually unenforceable. In other words, it is called a naked promise too.
A graceful refusal is better than a lengthy promise.”― Hazrat Ali Ibn Abu-Talib A.S
What if we can't keep our promises?
“The problem with promises is that once you've made one, it's bound to be broken. It's like an
unspoken cosmic rule.”― Bree Despain, The Dark Divine
Promises communicate, how much we value the particular person. Keeping promises is considered a measure of one’s worth. Not keeping a promise is the same as disrespecting yourself. Ultimately it can harm our self-image, self-esteem, and our life.
Breaking promises have a very bad impact and it disappoints the person to whom we have promised. Trust erodes when promises weren't kept — and no communication follows to explain or clarify.
There is an implicit responsibility to follow up with the person we broke our word to, no matter how casually, if we want to maintain positive social relationships with that person. Disappointment steals the stage if promises are not kept into consideration.
“Liars make the best promises.”― Pierce Brown, Golden Son