Elwyn Brooks White was an American author, poet, columnist, and essayist well-known for his works such as ‘Stuart Little’. He was a distinguished writer best known for writing books for children. White started his writing career in 1925 by publishing his maiden article in ‘The New Yorker’; he joined the magazine as a staff writer in 1927. In 1929, he published his collection of poetry ‘The Lady is Cold’. White published ‘Alice Through the Cellophane’ in 1933 and ‘Subtreasury Of American Humor’ in 1941. He published his column collection from Harper’s Magazine, where he served as a columnist for three years. In 1952, he published another best-selling children novel ‘Here Is New York Charlotte's Web’. He published ‘The Second Tree From The Corner’ in 1954 and co-authored, edited, and revised ‘The Elements of Style’ with William Strunk, Jr. in 1959. In 1973, White’s short story ‘The Family That Dwelt Apart’ was adapted into a Canadian animated short movie. In 1976, ‘Letters of E. B. White’ was published. In 1977, ‘Essays of E. B. White’ was published followed by ‘Poems and Sketches of E. B. White’ in 1981. Here is a compilation of quotations and sayings which have been extracted from writings, essays, poems, books, columns and thoughts. Following are few notable quotes and thoughts by E.B. White on faith, heart, space, sky, insidious, genius, encouragement and friendship which will surely inspire.