Fidelity Sayings and Quotes

Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old fidelity quotes, fidelity sayings, and fidelity proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources.


Total loyalty is possible only when fidelity is emptied of all concrete content, from which changes of mind might naturally arise.

Hannah Arendt

Fidelity to the subject's thought and to his characteristic way of expressing himself is the sine qua non of journalistic quotation.     

Janet Malcolm

Faithfulness and sincerity are the highest things.     

Confucius

Faithfulness and truth are the most sacred excellences and endowments of the human mind.     

Vince Lombardi

Faithfulness is to the emotional life what consistency is to the life of the intellect simply a confession of failures.

Oscar Wilde

Fidelity to conscience is inconsistent with retiring modesty. If it be so, let the modesty succumb. It can be only a false modesty which can be thus endangered.     

Harriet Martineau

Constancy has nothing virtuous in itself, independently of the pleasure it confers, and partakes of the temporizing spirit of vice in proportion as it endures tamely moral defects of magnitude in the object of its indiscreet choice.     

Percy Bysshe Shelley

Fidelity in love requires abstinence, but only through it one can know the hidden beauty of love.     

Rabindranath Tagore

What the human eye observes causally and incuriously, the eye of the camera notes with relentless fidelity.

Berenice Abbott

Fidelity is a virtue which should be frequently proved, but not always.

Omar Sharif

Fidelity, enforced and unto death, is the price you pay for the kind of love you never want to give up, for someone you want to hold forever, tighter and tighter, whether he's close or far away, someone who becomes dearer to you the more you've sacrificed for his sake.     

Marguerite Duras

Fidelity is seven-tenths of business success.

James Parton

Infidelity raises profound questions about intimacy.

Junot Diaz

Realism is not a matter of any fidelity to an empirical reality,but of the discursive conventions by which and for which a sense of reality is constructed.     

John Fiske