Best 251 of Human condition quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kafka

Human nature, essentially changeable, unstable as the dust, can endure no restraint; if it binds itself it soon begins to tear madly at its bonds, until it renders everything asunder, the wall, and the bonds and its very self.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Simon J. Townley

It's a mind, it works by metaphor.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Desmond Tutu

Suffering is part and parcel of the human condition, but suffering can either embitter or ennoble us. It can ennoble us and become a spirituality of transformation when we find meaning in it.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Primo Levi

It is lucky that it is not windy today. Strange, how in some way one always has the impression of being fortunate, how some chance happening perhaps infinitesimal, stops us crossing the threshold of despair and allows us to live. It is raining, but it is not windy.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Akshay Dubey

Length of smile get reduced as people grow up!!!

By Anonym 19 Sep

Gwendolyn Brooks

We are things of dry hours and the involuntary plan, Grayed in, and gray.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

He had learned that, as there is no situation in the world in which a man can be happy and perfectly free, so there is no situation in the world in which he can be perfectly unhappy and unfree

By Anonym 16 Sep

Karen Essex

Feeding the family trumps conviction every time, Mary though, a basic law of the human condition.

By Anonym 17 Sep

David Wong

My mind didn't clear. It had been clear before. Instead it muddled, suddenly ablaze with rioting factions of insecurities and dreams, a cacophonous battleground of conflicting moral codes and dogma. I was, therefore, back to normal.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Nathan Parsons

The human condition itself inspires me.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Svetlana Alexievich

Los hombres nunca están a la altura de los grandes acontecimientos. Siempre les superan los hechos.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Oli Anderson

One of the most human things that you can do is reach out for the stars knowing that you might not ever touch them; we are all perfectly imperfect, but to live knowing so is to be a fulfilled human being.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Thom Mayne

Scientific reality is the modern human condition, and you can see that in the symbolic nature of my work.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Gregory Boyle

Human beings are settlers, but not in the pioneer sense. It is our human occupational hazard to settle for little. We settle for purity and piety when we are being invited to an exquisite holiness. We settle for the fear-driven when love longs to be our engine. We settle for a puny, vindictive God when we are being nudged always closer to this wildly inclusive, larger-than-any-life God. We allow our sense of God to atrophy. We settle for the illusion of separation when we are endlessly asked to enter into kinship with all.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Sigmund Freud

We all still show too little respect for nature, which in Leonardo's deep words recalling Hamlet's speech "is full of infinite reasons which never appeared in experience." Every one of us human beings corresponds to one of the infinite experiments in which these "reasons of nature" force themselves into experience.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ajee Krishnan

Seeds eat no mud Stem eats no seed, Leaf eats no stem, Flower consumes no leaf Nor fruit eats flower, The fruit, quit the tree with happiness Without harming it. But the intelligent human-being, eats up all; still unhappy , hungry and ...

By Anonym 16 Sep

C. Joybell C

In our day and age, global society has been saturated with the wrong teaching of false positivity. The denial of darkness never equates the abundance of light. And the denial of your actual character never equates to the reality of your best character. People today are afraid to work on themselves and on their actual realities, they believe that outward appearances are enough. Outward appearances have become everything in our current day and age. People don't see what they are actually like, nor who they actually are, in reality. They live in a phantasmic version of reality. It has to stop. In the phantasmic version of reality, there is no chance to experience true love, true goodness, and true metamorphosis. The caterpillar does not become a butterfly by telling everybody it has wings. It actually buries itself in darkness and grows those wings.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Hank Green

I'm stuck on this planet with you. And honestly, I'm glad. I've been exposed to a lot of awful people in the last few months, but I've met so many more that are amazing, thoughtful, generous, and kind. I honestly believe that is the human condition. And if the Carls are testing us, this final test is the hardest to accomplish. If you pay attention, there is only one story that makes sense, and that is one in which humanity works together more and more since we took over this planet. Yeah, we fuck it up all the time, yeah, there have been some massive steps backward, but look at us! We are one species now more than we have ever been. People fight against that, and they probably always will, but could there be any time in history when what Carl is asking would be more possible?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Joe Hill

Death and ruin is man's preferred ecosystem.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Ralph Waldo Emerson

In a tavern everybody puts on airs except the landlord.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Karl Wiggins

The Wrong Planet tribe are the pranksters, the court jesters, the comedians, the Bohemians, the flower children, the nomads and vagrants, the free spirits. Without these the world would be full of humans who are little more than robots.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Jeremy Griffith

Until the human condition could be resolved it was not safe to acknowledge the different roles men and women played in the journey to enlightenment. Over time it was found that the best way to control prejudices was to prevent acknowledgement of any substantial differences between the sexes. The dogma of politically correct culture emerged.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Karen Essex

You see, Great Caesar. she said, this is the way in which mortals retain the power of the divine---in every earthly choice they make. 'But it's a paradox.' he said. 'Human beings are in control of everything and nothing at all.' 'Yes, she answered, her coy smile spreading joy across her lovely face. It is that simple.

By Anonym 19 Sep

William Blake

There is a Moment in each Day that Satan cannot find

By Anonym 19 Sep

Germany Kent

There's no room for hate and violence in this world. We must learn to be more kind, compassionate, empathetic, and sympathetic to humanity.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Tucker Max

Anything that reflects the human condition back on humans in the entertainment medium is art.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Taylor Rhodes

he walks into the bedroom like he owns it. says, “i wanna be filthy with you.” takes me down hungry. helps me shed my skin. cafuné. he looked at me like i wasn’t something ruined. filled my vicious parts with gold. touched me with too much yearning. he said, “i’d burn for you.” how can he not see we’re the creators of the fire? he growled, “moan for me.” the wolf bit down and i howled into the night.

By Anonym 15 Sep

George Friedman

The tragedy of the human condition is that the thing that makes us most human - community - originates in the inhumanity of war.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Rasheed Ogunlaru

You may possibly become rich by just caring about yourself and what you want to gain from life but you cannot possibly enrich the lives of everyone you meet that way. The pathway to enlightenment and transformation and liberation is the heart not the mind.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Lord Chesterfield

People hate those who make them feel their own inferiority.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Katherine Center

The human condition is imperfection. And that's how it's supposed to be.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Nadja Sam

When it comes to suffering, appearance is everything.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Hermann Hesse

The human attitude of which classical music is the expression is always the same; it is always based on the same kind of insight into life and strives for the same kind of victory over blind chance. Classical music as gesture signifies knowledge of the tragedy of the human condition, affirmation of human destiny, courage, cheerful serenity.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Suzy Kassem

When picking a leader, choose a peacemaker. One who unites, not divides. A cultured leader who supports the arts and true freedom of speech, not censorship.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Corinne Maier

Daddy, I don't like military parades. I never want to be like those people who march rank and file to music - they were given brains by mistake.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Yvonne Prinz

You see, in the end we're all miserable. It's the human condition.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michael Grant

I realized, when I saw the forest burning, how fascinating the firelight is. It's beautiful, and people stare at it, don't they? It destroys things and kills people, but humans love it. Is it because they crave their own destruction, Sam? I want to understand your kind. I am going out into the wider world, and I must learn. But first things first. First, to escape this shell, this egg in which I have gestated, all eyes will be on the fire, all eyes blinded by the smoke, and when I walk out of here, out into your large world with its billions, no one will even see. It's the beauty of light, don't you see, Sam? It reveals, but it also distracts and blinds. It's even better than darkness.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

A scientific fact has no value to me unless it can be implemented to improve human condition.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Asia Argento

What you might see as depravity is, to me, just another aspect of the human condition.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Oli Anderson

Having problems doesn't make you noble or virtuous, it makes you human. Nobility and virtue comes from the way that you handle your problems and either learn to move past them or live with them if out of your control.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Liza M. Wiemer

For whatever it's worth, I believe we're born imperfect, and perfection, whatever that may be, is unattainable by us mere humans.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Kashish Gurung

Over-thinking, a devouring monster, entice, only the inky reflections; there's a pleasure you come by, from this anomalous encounter; kills your desire, for human affection.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Elizabeth Kolbert

If Faustian restlessness is one of the defining characteristics of modern humans, then, by Pääbo’s account, there must be some sort of Faustian gene. Several times, he told me that he thought it should be possible to identify the basis for our “madness” by comparing Neanderthal and human DNA. “If we one day will know that some freak mutation made the human insanity and exploration thing possible, it will be amazing to think that it was this little inversion on this chromosome that made all this happen and changed the whole ecosystem of the planet and made us dominate everything,” he said at one point. At another, he said, “We are crazy in some way. What drives it? That I would really like to understand. That would be really, really cool to know.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Pablo Antonio Cuadra

The human condition ... is defined by the aspiration to always supersede oneself, which in turn requires nonconformity.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Norman Lear

I think somehow I got a sense of the foolishness of the human - my favorite phrase, the foolishness of the human condition.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Chad Harbach

The Human Condition being, basically, that we’re alive and have access to beauty, can even erratically create it, but will someday be dead and will not.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Antonin Artaud

Nous ne sommes pas libres. Et le ciel peut encore nous tomber sur la tête. Et le théâtre est fait pour nous apprendre d'abord cela

By Anonym 15 Sep

Brian Wesbury

The "human condition" is always to push forward for the better and economics is the study of that process.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Taylor Rhodes

highway wildflowers swaying like the ocean. queen anne’s lace like doilies for a tea party never attended. this is a conversation between two parts of yourself. the fever will break soon, but until then i’ll be untangling you from the knots in my windblown hair. i smell like a wet forest, like long grass covered in sequins. i called your name but was drowned out by the thunder. i remember you murmuring, “please,” while you took my shirt off. i remember you and the airy “please” when you pulled me toward you by my legs. i remember “pleeease” while i learned how to let go. i remember your divine “please.” chanting it as if it’d draw a demon out of hiding. “please, please, please.” and i screamed, “yes.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Aravind Adiga

From the advertisement, his eyes moved up the skywalk, the zigzagging metal bridge that connected various locations in the neighborhood to the Banda train station. Behind the metal grid, men moved back and forth. Tommy Sir's eyes grew tired. He felt that up there, on that seemingly never-ending bridge, shadowy figures were moving toward obscure destinations, possibly only to return to their point of origin, like in an architectural sketch of infinity by M.C. Escher. Hell is a choice, made daily and by millions, and breathing slowly and watching this aerial cage, Tommy Sir saw Mumbai, minute by minute, unbecome and become hell.