Quote by Zsa Zsa Gabor
I never hate a man enough to give him his diamonds back.
This quote can be interpreted as a statement about one's refusal to return a gift or favor to someone who has done them wrong. It suggests that when someone has betrayed or harmed the speaker, they hold on to any assets or benefits received from that person. This could reflect a sense of justice or retribution, indicating that the speaker's disdain for the individual is strong enough to outweigh any desire to give back what belongs to them.
You can be shattered, and then you can put yourself back together piece by piece. But what can happen over time is this: You wake up one day and realize that you have put yourself back together completely differently. That you are whole, finally, and strong - but you are now a different shape, a different size.