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100 Cactus Quotes to Help You Endure Amidst Adversities

2. “Reach for the stars, even if you have to stand on a cactus.” – Anonymous

3. “If one can see beauty in the strength of how a cactus blooms in the desert. They would see beauty in the thorns it displays.” – Reena Sharma

4. “Take the rose. Most people think it is very beautiful: I don’t care for it at all. I prefer the cactus, for the simple reason that it has a more interesting personality. It has wonderfully adapted itself to its surroundings! It is the best illustration of the theory of evolution in plant life.” – Charles Proteus Steinmetz

5. “Advice from a cactus: emphasize your strong points, be patient during the dry spells, you will bloom when it is your time, always stay sharp.” – Anonymous

6. “A cactus is a desert’s rose.” – Matshona Dhliwayo

7. “In a world full of flowers, be a cactus.” – Kul Bhushan Negi

8. “Cactus teaches us that every beautiful thing has a drawback, nothing is perfect.” – Anonymous

9. “Anger was simple, self-sustaining as a cactus. You couldn’t look too closely at it, lest the spines get you in the eye.” – Rebecca Scherm

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10. “Be sharp like a cactus, people are afraid to touch and not a sort of rubbish.” – Sophia

11. “A cactus will bloom at night to conserve water and energy. You don’t need to bloom when everyone is watching. Bloom when you are ready.” – Anonymous

12. “Be like a cactus, that can survive in the midst of impossibility.” – Anonymous

13. “Be like a Cactus, tough from out and soft from inside.” – Anonymous

14. “If a flower can flourish in the desert, you can flourish anywhere.” – Matshona Dhliwayo

15. “Even if you are a cactus I still hug you.” – Anonymous

16. “Very often, people are obsessed with what others think of them. It’s like if a flower wants to be a cactus or a palm but it’s not. A flower is a flower, and that’s enough. That’s all you have to do is be a flower.” – Stjepan Hauser

17. “The desert works constantly to forbid it, and still the cactus blooms.” – Uma Gokhale

18. “Every cactus blooms, some with little rooms, some give flowers that grow, others so small it won’t show!” – Ana Claudia Antunes

19. “The thorns are worth bearing for a flower.” – Kalinin

20. “Don’t let the prickly things in life get you down.” – Anonymous

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21. “Hope is not a resting place but a starting point, a cactus, not a cushion.” – H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

22. “Bloom where you are planted.” – Anonymous

23. “A whale is as unique as a cactus. But don’t ask a whale to survive Death Valley. We all have special gifts. Where we use them and how determines whether we actually complete something.” – Max De Pree

24. “Not all days have thorns.” – Anonymous

25. “Being negative only makes a difficult journey more difficult. You may be given a cactus, but you don’t have to sit on it.” – Joyce Meyer

26. “You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy succulents! And that is pretty much the same thing.” – Anonymous

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27. “I am no cactus expert, but I know a prick when I see one.” – Anonymous

28. “The cactus is the heart of the desert.” – Anonymous

29. “Don’t forget to drink, you’re not a cactus.” – Anonymous

30. “Cacti are the only pricks worth dealing with.” – Anonymous

31. “True beauty comes from within the cactus.” – Anonymous

32. “I would still love you because you are my cactus.” – Anonymous

33. “All humans are not the same likewise all cactus are not the same.” – Anonymous

34. “You can’t buy happiness but still, you can buy cactus which will give you courage.” – Anonymous

35. “Flowers are outdated, cactus is updated.” – Anonymous

36. “Play with a cactus and you will get pricked!” – Anthony T. Hincks

37. “Always be sharp but never too prickly.” – Anonymous

38. “I hate cactuses. They are such a prick.” – Punny Leone

39. “Life is better with a cactus.” – Anonymous

40. “Deserts never believe in cactus; seeds do.” – Deepak Gupta

41. “Loving someone who doesn’t love you back is like hugging a cactus. The tighter you hold on, the more it’s going to hurt.” – Anonymous

42. “Loving you is like loving a cactus. You hurt me every time whenever I come close to you but still, I can’t stop myself from loving you.” – Esa

43. “If you get struck by a cactus, consider it a cactus kiss. Because we all know love hurts.” – Jessica Anna Jones

44. “A cactus could’ve loved any other cactus, but love is such a crazy stuff that it only fell for a balloon, where their togetherness is impracticable.” – Fathima Shamla

45. “Loving you is like loving a cactus. Its leaves are so beautiful and amazing that I can’t resist its beauty. Yet as soon as I touch it. I get pricked by its thorns.” – Esa

46. “I am stuck on her just like a cactus gets stuck on a person.” – Anonymous

47. “I bought a cactus. A week later it died. And I got depressed, because I thought, damn, I am less nurturing than a desert.” – Demetri Martin

48. “A cactus is just a really aggressive cucumber.” – Anonymous

49. “Adolescence is like cactus.” – Anais Nin

50. “A cactus doesn’t live in the desert because it likes the desert; it lives there because the desert hasn’t killed it yet.” – Hope Jahren

51. “I read books so dry even a cactus couldn’t grow on them. But who cares? I’m not a farmer, I’m a thinker.” – Jarod Kintz

52. “I’ve met some pricks in my time, but you are the whole cactus.” – Anonymous

53. “I remember very clearly someone saying, ‘Don’t shake hands with the cactus,’ and I thought, ‘Well, why not? What could possibly go wrong?’ Shaking hands is a friendly gesture.” – Benedict Cumberbatch

54. “My dad is like a cactus, introverted and tough.” – Gary Anarchic

55. “Don’t jack off a cactus, you’ll only hurt your hand and the cactus’ feelings.” – Tre Cool

56. “I’m like the trunk of a cactus. I take in a dose of culture and time with friends, then I retreat and go live on it for a while until I get thirsty again.” – Nancy Horan

57. “Thanks a heap coyote ugly. This cactus-gram stings worse than your abandonment.” – Diablo Cody

58. “I want a cactus in a cute little pot and I will name it after you because you are a prick.” – Anonymous

59. “If seeds waited for perfect conditions to grow, there would be no plants in the desert.” – Matshona Dhliwayo

60. “We reap what we sow. We cannot expect apples when we have sown the seed of a cactus.” – Anonymous

61. “During your struggle society is not a bunch of flowers, it is a bunch of cacti.” – Amit Kalanithi

62. “Nothing’s all bad. There are very beautiful flowers in the desert amidst the spikes and thorns. Just don’t let them take over. In the garden of love, there is little room for prickly things.” – Kate McGaha

63. “People are not cactuses, they need plenty of water and, when talking about friendship, the water is our time.” – Birute Sol

64. “A daisy blooming in a desert is worth more than a rose blossoming in a rainforest.” – Matshona Dhliwayo

65. “Keep going. Keep growing.” – Anonymous

66. “Roses may say ‘I love you’ but cactus says ‘fuck off.’” – Jason Kintz

67. “We grow when things are hard.” – Anonymous

68. “I’m ready to stop being ‘cacti’ and ready to start becoming ‘cactus.’” – Anonymous

69. “Be your own kind of beautiful.” – Anonymous

70. “You’re looking sharp!” – Anonymous

71. “Small cactus flowers make your house look more beautiful.” – Anonymous

72. “Pretty fly for a cacti.” – Anonymous

73. “All good things are wild and free.” – Henry David Thoreau

74. “People trample over flowers, yet only to embrace a cactus.” –

75. “Love speaks in flowers. Truth requires thorns.” – Leigh Bard Ugo

76. “Deserts are very dry places, but plants can still grow there. Desert plants collect and use water in special ways.” – Julie Penn

77. “Cactus plants are blooming, sagebrush everywhere. Granite spires are standing all around. I tell you folks it’s Heaven, to be riding’ down the trail when the desert sun goes down.” – Gene Autry

78. “The trees were in leaf and every plant was blooming, except for the cacti which were being stubbornly prickly.” – Anonymous

79. “The cactus thrives in the desert while the fern thrives in the wetland. The fool will try to plant them in the same flower box.” – Vera Nazarian

80. “I have learned the difference between a cactus and a caucus. On a cactus, the pricks are on the outside.” – Mo Udall

81. “In the Middle Ages people took potions for their ailments. In the 19th century, they took snake oil. Citizens of today’s shiny, technological age are too modern for that. They take antioxidants and extract of cactus instead.” – Charles Krauthammer

82. “The cardones cactus is very similar to saguaro cactus in Arizona. These cacti only grow in very specific, particular places.” – James Turrell

83. “It’s also the place where an 8-ft. cactus, the century plant, produces a huge yellow flower every great once in a while, like a robot proffering a bouquet. After the plant flowers, it dies.” – Anonymous

84. “You can’t learn anything from saguaro cactus, from ocotillo. They are just passing through; their roots, their much-heralded dormancy in the dry season, these are only illusions of permanence. They know even less than you do.” – Barry Lopez

85. “What a surprise. That boy doesn’t have the sense God gave a cactus.” – Kathleen Peacock

86. “I consider it the highest compliment when my employees go out and start their own companies in competition with me. I always send them a plant to wish them well. Of course, it’s a cactus.” – Norman Brodsky

87. “Rearing three children is like growing a cactus, a gardenia, and a tubful of impatiens. Each needs varying amounts of water, sunlight, and pruning. Were I to be absolutely fair, I would have to treat each child as if he or she were absolutely identical to the other siblings, and there would be no profit for anyone in that.” – Phyllis Grissim-Theroux

88. “I’m an observer of life. I like to watch people, and I like to watch cactus. I like to talk to mountains and communicate with my friends in the other spheres and dimensions.” – Frederick Lenz

89. “If holding cactus can cure my pain, I would love to have it for whole life.” – Anonymous

90. “Cactus classification is similar to fashion on women skirts: they first shorten improperly and then lengthen excessively.” – R. Foster

91. “If you were a cactus, I’d endure all the pain just to hug you.” – Anonymous

92. “Slow mornings and succulents, babe.” – Anonymous

93. “Dear, succulent. I promise I’ll never desert you.” – Anonymous

94. “Dessert with a side of desert-like beings.” – Anonymous

95. “Succulents are plantastic.” – Anonymous

96. “I think I’ll just stay in this succulent-filled haven for a while.” – Anonymous

97. “Home is where the succulents are.” – Anonymous

98. “It was the act of a gentleman, and Damian was as gentle as a cactus.” – Isabella Sheikh

99. “Have a fanCACTUS day!” – Anonymous

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