Top Ukrainian Quotes About Marriage and Love

Ukraninans not only have rich history and folklore, but the soul of this strong nation could also always be seen in its songs, literature and folk wisdom. Its poets and writers have the most tender feelings for their country and for the woman as such. So, maternity, family, love and girls beauty is the main theme if many literary works. What is more, Ukrainians highly respect talented writers and their heritage, that is why many quotes of famous authors are now used as proverbs in everyday life. In this article, you will find lots of examples of such quotes, so that you are able to understand and feel the spirit of Ukrainian literature.

Ukrainian politician and social figure Mykola Tomenko in his book called Theory of Ukrainian Love described love from his nation’s point of view. Therefore, he says that «the soul of the Ukrainian love was always a symbol, the heart, the body has never been an idol of deification, so physical passion has always been occupying the second place». As you can see, people in Ukraine are extremely caring, they pay a lot of attention to the atmosphere in the house, the love and natural connection that appears between mother and her children, and how with the age love and emotions grow into respect between every couple. These main principles can be easily noticed in the quotes presented below.

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Ukrainian quotes about marriage and love

Original quotes from Ukrainian authors

 

  • Quotes by Volodymyr Vinnichenko, Ukrainian political and public figure, prose righter and artist of the 20th century

 

“Love is a cry of blood, it makes people thoughtless, as it is an invincible famine of the body, it is an order of eternity that does not give a chance to resist. Love devours itself as a fire, and when satisfied, leaves boring gray ash.”


“Love is a germ, it is a penetration into the darkest corners of another person’s being. Love comes late, after sympathy, after orgies and greedy cries, after fierce, wild whispers of thirst. Love goes quietly, silently, with an attentive look, and a mysterious smile. Love is blind, wild, its nostrils widely open, it has twisted fingers, poured on everything that can be satisfied. You can love two, three, five, as much as enough body and fire at the same time.”


“You can only love one and only person at a time. You can live only for one soul, and only love can make can fill every cell to the last one.”


“Love comes at our life unexpectedly, without warning, and can disappear with the same surprise and unexpectedness.”


“Love is earned gradually, with suffering, through everyday troubles, in the dust of everyday adventures, then it comes unnoticed, becomes a mistress and leaves with torment and death.”


“Love only loves itself and for itself. When the suffering of a loved one brings enjoyment, love will seek only the suffering of a beloved.”


“Love gives itself to anyone. The suffering of a loved excludes the joy of the loving.”


“Sympathy is the bloom that a rare vegetable grows from; this vegetable is called love. Without color, there is no fetus, but the color is not a fruit and not every flower transforms into fruit. Thousands of love fall into barren, crumbling, failing to blossom into the grain of love.”

 

  • Oles Gonchar, poet, writer, literary critic of the end of the 20th century

 

“Freedom and love are two bearing wings of poetry! Everything else is only a decoration.”


“Whilst the world is in love, do not panic, everything will be fine.”

 

  • Lina Kostenko, a phenomenal poetess born in 1930

 

“No matter how many years I love, I fall in love with you every day.”


“A woman is like music: you can love her without even understanding it.”


“Love in itself cannot be capable of true love.”

 

  • Vasyl Sukhomlynsky, Ukrainian teacher, writer and poet living and working in USSR.

 

“Love is, first of all, responsibility, and then pleasure, or joy.”


“Before you fall in love with a girl in a woman, love a human in her.”


“In family life the main thing is patience. Love can not last long.”


“Family life may be and never happens to be a solid holiday. Be able to share not the only joy of your beloved, but also her sorrow, misery, and misfortune.”


“The family is the primary environment where a person must learn to do good.”

Proverbs and folk sayings about family and love

“A strong family is a strong state.”


“Like my family, like me.”


“Relatives, even though they argue, do not abandon each other.”


“Without a family, there is no nation.”


“A man without brothers and sisters is a solitary tree.”


“A man without a family is like a tree without fruit.”