Quotes Marie Casey Quote Posted on June 18, 2020July 27, 2020 by Thomas Slatin “Speak languages only a few can understand.” —Marie CaseySharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostMoment Of Clarity Next PostIt’s Been Awhile Since I’ve Dreamed This Much 27 thoughts on “Marie Casey Quote”When only a few understand you words, that’s uniqueness but some can call it pride. I love this quote, thanks for sharingLoading...ReplyWell, that’s seeing only what few people can also see. Uniqueness and confidence but people atimes misquoted this.Loading...ReplySpeaking a language or languages just a few will understand means you just need some unique people in your circles. Which isn’t a bar idea.Loading...ReplyI think this is a metaphor!!! Well if you ask me this depends on who is speaking and what is the message. That is why a person in authority has to be careful. His words can come back at them.Loading...ReplyA short quote but a very wise and deep meaning. If we can speak using parables will be great.Loading...ReplyI don’t seem to understand this quote. The selfishness of each person to want to be understood first which makes only a few people can understand.Loading...ReplyBeautiful l lady you got up there. I like to speak only the language very few can understand, so that I can understand them too.Loading...Replybeautiful lady you got there. but picture aside, less word less mistake. people will be able to understand you clearly by making your words simple and clear.Loading...ReplyWe need proper pacing not only with vocal language also with body language so that people would understand. We need to be considerate as well. Pretty girl you got there. 🙂Loading...ReplyMany times we spoke too much about things without relevance, but we’ve forgot to listen and comunicate the valuable things, or we just decide to keep them for ourselves.Loading...ReplyWell, sometimes people often don’t deliver true messages when communicating for some reason. That’s why most people can’t understand it.Loading...ReplyShort yet very insightful. I love the quote.Loading...ReplyIndeed, not everyone should understand your language. It should be exclusive.Loading...ReplyI think this has a deeper meaning. It shouldn’t be taken literallyLoading...ReplyThis should be my new mantra. I like its simplicity.Loading...ReplyThis can be tricky. Shouldn’t the goal be to reach as many people as possible?Loading...ReplyI can’t quite figure out the meaning of the quote. It’s rather trivial.Loading...ReplyWe should all strive to stand out in some way. That’s the message I can draw from this quote.Loading...ReplyThere is no fun in doing something that everyone else is already doing. Go forth and stand out!Loading...ReplyThere is greater satisfaction in accomplishing the difficult. Normal is never good enough.Loading...ReplyMarie Casey is such an intelligent personality. I respect all her quotes.Loading...ReplyThese are the types of quotes I like the most. Short, precise and to the point!Loading...ReplyLanguage should never be barrier for individuals. Speak. in whatever language you are. Be something not an ordinary people do. Stand out with that.Loading...ReplyMarie Casey is a charismatic personality. I like her intelligent quotes.Loading...ReplySpeaking a language only a few can understand sets you apart from people and does that don’t understand, may see you as an introvert. Only people with a level of intelligence can understand this theory.Loading...ReplyThis is so true, people can only flow with you when they understand the language you speak. Nice and meaningful quote.Loading...ReplyI love the idea of secret coding or languages. Great way to deceive if necessary and keep secrets.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. ΔThis site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.