Hello. This post is a collection of 38 quotes from the book - The Maid by Nita Prose. I hope you enjoy reading these quotes.
The Maid Quotes
I am your maid. I know so much about you. But when it comes down to it: what is it that you know about me?
A well-stocked housekeeping trolley is a portable sanitation miracle; it is a clean machine on wheels.
One must live by her own moral code, not follow like a sheep, blindly.
I’ll never understand it—why people find the truth more shocking than lies.
I don’t cut corners, I shine them.
You can be so important, so crucial to the fabric of things and yet be entirely overlooked. It’s a truth that applies to maids, and to others as well, so it seems. It’s a truth that cuts close to the bone.
In real life, the actions you take can change the results, from sad to happy, from disappointing to satisfactory, from wrong to right.
Never ask what a gentleman did or didn’t do. If he’s a true gentleman, he did it with good cause. And if he’s a true gentleman, he’ll never tell.
You can’t judge a person by the job they do or by their station in life; you must judge a person by their actions.
How any woman could like a hairy man is beyond me. Not that I’m prejudiced. I’m just saying that if a man I fancied was hairy, I’d get the wax out, and I’d rip the strips off him until he was clean and bare.
The best way to feel better is by tidying up! If you feel sad, just grab a duster, Buster!
We’re all entitled to a bad day now and again. But when they are all bad days, with no pleasant ones, then it’s time to reconsider things.
That’s how a friendship is built, one small truth at a time.
It’s not your station in life that matters. It’s how you conduct yourself that counts.
You gotta make things happen. Make what you want out of your life before it’s too late.
A clean home, a clean body, and clean company. Do you know where that leads? To a clean conscience. To a good, clean life.
We must be like bamboo. We must learn to bend and flex with the wind.
Life is a funny thing. One day can be quite shocking, and so can the next. But the two shocks might be as different from each other as night from day, as black from white, as good from evil.
I’m a maid, not a gossip, thank you very much. I’m paid to keep my mouth shut and return rooms to a state of perfection. I pride myself on getting the job done and then disappearing without a trace.
If I’ve learned anything about the way money works, it’s that it magnetizes toward those born with it, leaving those who need it most without.
This is the problem with friendships. Sometimes you know things you shouldn’t know; sometimes you carry other people’s secrets for them. And sometimes, that burden takes its toll.
A good cup of tea will cure all ills, and if it doesn’t, have another.
In this life, you just never know what’s around the bend, be it a dead man or your next date.
I don’t believe that some people are more important than other people. We’re all very important in our own way.
One thing I’ve learned in my business is that you can hide dirt for a while, but at some point, it all comes to the surface.
That’s the trouble with pain. It’s as contagious as a disease. It spreads from the person who first endured it to those who love them most. Truth isn’t always the highest ideal; sometimes it must be sacrificed to stop the spread of pain to those you love.
It is my express wish to live as ordered a life as possible. But the world is filled with random chaos that often bedevils my attempts at arrangement.
There are times in life when we must do things we don’t want to. But do them we must.
Do not fret yourself into a tizzy. Life has a way of sorting itself out.
If you don’t have anything nice to say about someone, it’s best to say nothing at all.
Sometimes, you must do one thing bad to do another thing good.
If you want to know where someone’s going, don’t watch their mouths, watch their feet.
Poor company is worse than none.
Vile and evil are composed of the same letters. One begets the other.
I’ve worked in kitchens all my life—big ones, small ones, family ones—and at the end of the day to see a clean counter makes the heart jump with joy.
I think I understand what a true friend is. It isn’t just someone who likes you; it’s someone willing to take action on your behalf.
The world is a better place seen through a prism of colors rather than merely in black and white. In this new world, there is room for versions and variations, for shades of gray.
Everything will be okay in the end. If it’s not okay, it’s not the end.
Hello, I am Deepak Kundu, an avid book reader and quotes collector. I hope you enjoyed reading the above quotes from The Maid book by Nita Prose.