Best 476 of Walking quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 17 Sep

Aragon

New myths are formed beneath each of our steps.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Samuel Beckett

I set off. What a gait. Stiffness of the lower limbs, as if nature had denied me knees, extraordinary splaying of the feet to the right and left of the line of march. The trunk, on the contrary, as if by the effect of a compensatory mechanism, was as flabby as an old ragbag, tossing wildly to the unpredictable jolts of the pelvis.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Albina Fabiani

Do you know how fast you are walking? ... To get a close estimate, count the number of steps you take in a minute and divide by 30... :)

By Anonym 14 Sep

Steve Claridge

Martin Jol is literally a dead man walking

By Anonym 15 Sep

Mehmet Murat Ildan

Because the earth is walking in the space, even when we sit on the earth, we are still walking!

By Anonym 13 Sep

Jim Rohn

I admit that I haven't read everything in my library, but I feel smarter just walking in it!

By Anonym 13 Sep

Rene Balcer

In L.A., the only thing within walking distance is your car.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Charmaine J Forde

I am Falling in love again with autumn, The smell of warm cider, The orange color leaves, Pumpkins everywhere and the crisp breeze, People walking or riding their bikes, Folks jogging or going on hikes, I love autumn for so many reasons, I must admit- This is my favorite season

By Anonym 20 Sep

Ferris Jabr

writing and walking are extremely similar feats, equal parts physical and mental. When we choose a path through a city or forest, our brain must survey the surrounding environment, construct a mental map of the world, settle on a way forward, and translate that plan into a series of footsteps. Likewise, writing forces the brain to review its own landscape, plot a course through that mental terrain, and transcribe the resulting trail of thoughts by guiding the hands. Walking organizes the world around us; writing organizes our thoughts.

By Anonym 13 Sep

James Broughton

For me, prose walks, poetry dances.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Malak El Halabi

You have the body of a god and the smile of a demon. I walk towards you, barefoot, a believer walking a religious path. I wrap my arms around your neck, a priest hugging his crucifix. I offer you my all. Burn me like incense. Let's make all the church bells in hell ring just for us.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Evan Dando

I know so many songs. I'm like a walking karaoke torture machine.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Will Self

I’ve taken to long-distance walking as a means of dissolving the mechanised matrix which compresses the space-time continuum, and decouples human from physical geography. So this isn’t walking for leisure -- that would be merely frivolous, or even for exercise -- which would be tedious. No, to underscore the seriousness of my project I like a walk which takes me to a meeting or an assignment; that way I can drag other people into my eotechnical world view. ‘How was your journey?’ they say. ‘Not bad,’ I reply. ‘Take long?’ they enquire. ‘About ten hours,’ I admit. ‘I walked here.’ My interlocutor goggles at me; if he took ten hours to get here, they’re undoubtedly thinking, will the meeting have to go on for twenty? As Emile Durkheim so sagely observed, a society’s space-time perceptions are a function of its social rhythm and its territory. So, by walking to the business meeting I have disrupted it just as surely as if I’d appeared stark naked with a peacock’s tail fanning out from my buttocks while mouthing Symbolist poetry.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Elaine Stritch

As a diabetic, I'm a walking picnic. I have to eat measured amounts of food at certain times.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Benny Bellamacina

Always walk as if you’re running late, it’s healthier.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Edward Carey

I collect the walks of my life. Some people have asked me if I have walked so very far to merit such an activity, but I say to them, it's not about how far you have walked, but how thoroughly.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Annie Dillard

Today is the winter solstice. The planet tilts just so to its star, lists and holds circling in a fixed tension between veering and longing, and spins helpless, exalted, in and out of that fleet blazing touch. Last night Orion vaulted and spread all over the sky, pagan and lunatic, his shoulder and knee on fire, his sword three suns at the ready-for what? I won’t see this year again, not again so innocent; and longing wrapped round my throat like a scarf. “For the Heavenly Father desires that we should see,” says Ruysbroeck, “and that is why He is ever saying to our inmost spirit one deep unfathomable word and nothing else.” But what is the word? Is this mystery or coyness? A cast-iron bell hung from the arch of my rib cage; when I stirred, it rang, or it tolled, a long syllable pulsing ripples up my lungs and down the gritty sap inside my bones, and I couldn’t make it out; I felt the voiced vowel like a sigh or a note but I couldn’t catch the consonant that shaped it into sense.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Nietzsche

We do not belong to those who have ideas only among books, when stimulated by books. It is our habit to think outdoors - walking, leaping, climbing, dancing, preferably on lonely mountains or near the sea where even the trails become thoughtful.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Nas

There's not one person in the world that's not a living, walking contradiction.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Patti Smith

We went our separate ways, but within walking distance of one another.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Yann Martel

What his uncle does not understand is that in walking backwards, his back to the world, his back to God, he is not grieving. He is objecting. Because when everything cherished by you in life has been taken away, what else is there to do but object?

By Anonym 13 Sep

Joel Stein

I hate walking up to strangers.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

Becoming God’s reflection first in our private life and walking before God creates a wonderful platform for us to be eligible to change a whole nation for God

By Anonym 20 Sep

Carolyn Jewel

You are walking to Hope Springs?” “Yes, Your Grace.” “In this weather?” She glanced around and gave him a smile. “I haven’t any other weather to walk in.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Christina Aguilera

My emotions overload because there is no hand to hold, there’s no shoulder here to lean on; I’m walking all on my own.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jean Rhys

She spent the foggy day in endless, aimless walking, for it seemed to her that if she moved quickly enough she would escape the fear that hunted her. It was a vague and shadowy fear of something cruel and stupid that had caught her and would never let her go. She had always known that it was there - hidden under the more of less pleasant surface of things. Always. Ever since she was a child. You could argue about hunger or cold or loneliness, but with that fear you couldn't argue. It went too deep. You were too mysteriously sure of its terror. You could only walk very fast and try to leave it behind you.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Robert Macfarlane

For pilgrims walking...every footfall is doubled, landing at once on the actual road and also on the path of faith.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Major Taylor

In a word I was a pioneer, and therefore had to blaze my own trail.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jessica Anderson

I walked and walked, sometimes with an objective- a friend's house, a shop, the church or school- but mostly at random, to outrun oppression.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Marketa Irglova

I feel energized walking off stage.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Federico Castigliano

The destiny of every walking man is to immerse himself in the panorama surrounding him, to the point of becoming one with it and, ultimately, to vanish".

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ludvig Holberg

Saadanne haarde Vilkaar underkaste de fleeste sig selv, for at følge Strømmen, og for at i Agt tage det som gemeenligen kaldes en Anstændighed, da dog intet er mindre anstændigt og meere daarligt, end at anvende Penge ikke alleene paa unyttige Ting, men endogsaa paa saadanne, som ere Legemet skadelige, og skille en ved mange uskyldige Fornøjelser. Jeg meener, at dens Opførsel er anstændig, der fører et Levnet lige tvert her imod; der sparer unyttige Udgifter, for at være i Stand til at anvende Penge til sin egen og Landets Ære; der gaaer til Fods, og bevæger sig, for at have et sundt Legeme; der æder og drikker saaledes til Middag, at han ikke spilder sit Aftens-Maaltiid. Saaledes er og stedse haver været mit Levnet; og veed jeg ikke at have giort Exces af noget, uden af Snus-Tabac, hvilket, saasom jeg omsider haver mærket, at det var mig ikke tienligt, jeg udi nogle Aar haver modereret.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Daley Thompson

When you're walking into the stadium, you just say to yourself, 'the 100m is the same anywhere, the shot put is the same weight anywhere.'

By Anonym 20 Sep

J. G. Hamann

When I rest my feet my mind also ceases to function.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Wendell Berry

The gait most congenial to agrarian thought and sensibility is walking. It is the gait best suited to paying attention, most conservative of land and equipment, and most permissive of stopping to look or think. Machines, companies, and politicians "run". Farmers studying their fields travel at a walk.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Patrick Leigh Fermor

The notion that I had walked twelve hundred miles since Rotterdam filled me with a legitimate feeling of something achieved. But why should the thought that nobody knew where I was, as though I were in flight from bloodhounds or from worshipping corybants bent on dismemberment, generate such a feeling of triumph? It always did.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jack Kerouac

Walking on water wasn't built in a day.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Sheniz Janmohamed

with each measured step, we know this earth is only as solid as we are.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Annie Dillard

I have often noticed that these things, which obsess me, neither bother nor impress other people even slightly. I am horribly apt to approach some innocent at a gathering, and like the ancient mariner, fix him with a wild, glitt’ring eye and say, “Do you know that in the head of the caterpillar of the ordinary goat moth there are two hundred twenty-eight separate muscles?” The poor wretch flees. I am not making chatter; I mean to change his life.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Patrick Ness

A man without a filter, is chaos walking

By Anonym 13 Sep

Samuel Palmer

I hope to begin a new plan... not sitting down to local matter but walking and watching.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Thomas Hardy

Some of the dairy people, who were also out of doors on the first Sunday evening after their engagement, heard her impulsive speeches, ecstasized to fragments, though they were too far off to hear the words discoursed; noted the spasmodic catch in her remarks, broken into syllables by the leapings of her heart, as she walked leaning on his arm; her contented pauses, the occassional laugh upon which her soul seemed to ride - the laugh of a woman in company with the man she loves and has won from all other women - unlike anything else in nature. They marked the buoyancy of her tread, like the skim of a bird which has not yet alighted.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Rebecca Solnit

Of course women's walking is often construed as performance rather than transport, with the implication that women walk not to see but to be seen, not for their own experience but for that of a male audience, which means that they are asking for whatever attention they receive.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Janice Dickinson

I was lusted after walking down the streets of New York.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Brendan Behan

Every cripple has his own way of walking.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Brely Evans

It's a true testament to say that there are no small roles in Hollywood. People say, "Oh, I just said one line." or "I was walking in the background." Don't deny humble beginnings.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Jacob Lund Fisker

Walkers easily travel three miles by foot. Drivers get in their cars to get from one side of the parking lot to the other. Neither quite understand why the other is so crazy, when it's so easy to do things their way.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Paul Weller

I play out my role, I've even been out walking -They tell me that it helps, but I know when I'm beaten.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Ricky Maye

Your footsteps will have more to say about your spiritual life than knowledge attained.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Jeffrey C. Robinson

Walking is the desire for life.