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Walkers quotes by Max Walker
#1. When I go and speak now at all sorts of conferences, later in the night there's always a better Maxie Walker than me. Billy Birmingham's legendary for basically being able to verbally kneecap any of a number of Australia's characters, particularly in the commentary box. #Quote by Max Walker
Walkers quotes by Anna Kendrick
#2. I'm into 'The Walking Dead,' 'Shaun of the Dead,' obviously, and I've seen all the Romero movies. I am a classic zombie queen. And I love the White Walkers on 'Game of Thrones.' Weirdly, it wasn't until pretty late in life that I found my entry point into horror films. #Quote by Anna Kendrick
Walkers quotes by Alan Maiccon
#3. The one who runs, reach the train. But you lose the seat. The one you slowly walk, miss the train, but find solace. The one who walks reaches the train, and a seat with a table; with some other walkers. #Quote by Alan Maiccon
Walkers quotes by Alex Cox
#4. And Walker was made with a Mexican crew, although it was shot in Nicaragua. #Quote by Alex Cox
Walkers quotes by Cheryl Cooke Harrington
#5. AirWalker. With a name like that, it had to be Mitch Walker's plane. Was it possible she'd found herself a bush pilot with a poetic soul? #Quote by Cheryl Cooke Harrington
Walkers quotes by Jimmy Fallon
#6. John Walker Lindh, a twenty-year-old American studying in Pakistan, was captured in Northern Afghanistan fighting for the Taliban. Experts call it the worst semester abroad program ever. #Quote by Jimmy Fallon
Walkers quotes by Phyllis Diller
#7. You know you're old when your walker has an airbag. #Quote by Phyllis Diller
Walkers quotes by Mila Gray
#8. It's going to take a while." I add. "After I've changed the dressing I have to give him a thorough...physical exam."
Walker's eyebrows shoot up and he gives me a smirk. #Quote by Mila Gray
Walkers quotes by Jim Donovan
#9. It saddens me when I see older people using canes and walkers, especially since I know, in many cases, it could have been prevented. With the exception of accidents and injuries, the crippling effects of aging we see are the result of poor health choices, a sedentary lifestyle, lack of exercise and most of all, the acceptance that this is a "normal" part of the aging process. It is not. This will become quite clear as you read in Chapter 8 what the various health authorities have to say. #Quote by Jim Donovan
Walkers quotes by Leigh Bardugo
#10. Inej's mother had told her that gifted wire walkers were descended from the People of the Air, that they'd once had wings, and that in the right light, those wings could still be glimpsed on the humans to whom they showed favor. #Quote by Leigh Bardugo
Walkers quotes by Christine Feehan
#11. Suddenly gator was framed in the doorway, grinning at them, his black unruly hair tumbling into his face and his piercing blue eyes bright with laughter. "Oh, I see you are most friendly with each other. And Lily was so worried." He turned his head. "Ian Tucker, come look at this. Our man has found himself a little kitty cat."
"Shut up, Gator, or I'm going to shoot you." Nicholas put the gun away and looked down at dahlia. She had the covers pulled up to her chin. Here eyes were enormous and getting bigger by the moment as more Ghost Walkers crowded into the doorway to gape at the sight of Nicholas, the loner, in bed with Dahlia.
"And you said he didn't know what to do with a woman," Tucker Addison accused the tallest of the group, Ian McGillicuddy.
"I stand corrected." Ian gave Nicholas a small salute.
Dahlia made a small distressed squeak. Nicholas picked up the gun. "I'm going to start shooting if the lot of you don't get out and close the door."
"What a poor sport," Gator groused. "And this is my house. #Quote by Christine Feehan
Walkers quotes by John Burroughs
#12. In what bold relief stand out the lives of all walkers of the snow! The snow is a great tell-tale, and blabs as effectually as it obliterates. I go into the woods, and know all that has happened. I cross the fields, and if only a mouse has visited his neighbor, the fact is chronicled. #Quote by John Burroughs
Walkers quotes by Taylor Jenkins Reid
#13. I have something really important to tell you," he said. "Are you ready? It's really important. It's breaking news."

"Tell me."

"I'll love you forever."

"I already knew that," I said. "And I'll love you forever, too."

"Yeah?"

"Yeah," I said. "I'll love you until we're so old we can barely walk on our own and we have to get walkers and put those cut-up yellow tennis balls on them. I'll love you past that, actually. I'll love you until the end of time. #Quote by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Walkers quotes by Gurney Norman
#14. In Isaac Murphy: I Dedicate This Ride Frank X Walker helps restore to public memory one of history's greatest jockeys. Isaac Murphy's story has universal significance but it is very much a Kentucky story, of which all Kentuckians should be proud. #Quote by Gurney Norman
Walkers quotes by Gwen Moore
#15. There are a lot of people in Milwaukee who have had adverse impacts from Scott Walker. He's managed to mess over everyone in Milwaukee. #Quote by Gwen Moore
Walkers quotes by Alice Sebold
#16. At some point, to counter the list of the dead, I had begun keeping my own list of the living. It was something I noticed Len Fenerman did too. When he was off duty he would note the young girls and elderly women and every other female in the rainbow in between and count them among the things that sustained him. The young girl in the mall whose pale legs had grown too long for her now too-young dress and who had an aching vulnerability that went straight to both Len's and my own heart. Elderly women, wobbling with walkers, who insisted on dyeing their hair unnatural versions of the colors they had in youth. Middle-aged single mothers racing around in grocery stores while their children pulled bags of candy off the shelves. When I saw them, I took count. Living, breathing women. Sometimes I saw the wounded- those who had been beaten by husbands or raped by strangers, children raped by their fathers- and I would wish to intervene somehow.
Len saw these wounded women all the time. They were regulars at the station, but even when he went somewhere outside his jurisdiction he could sense them when they came near. The wife in that bait-'n'-tackle shop had no bruises on her face but cowered like a dog and spoke in apologetic whispers. The girl he saw walk the road each time he went upstate to visit his sisters. As the years passed she'd grown leaner, the fat from her cheeks had drained, and sorrow had loaded her eyes in a way that made them hang heavy and hopeless inside her m #Quote by Alice Sebold
Walkers quotes by Peter Ackroyd
#17. Be informed, also, that this good and savoury Parish is the home of Hectors, Trapanners, Biters who all go under the general appelation of Rooks. Here are all the Jilts, Cracks, Prostitutes, Night-walkers, Whores, Linnen-lifters, who are like so many Jakes, Privies, Houses of Office, Ordures, Excrements, Easments and piles of Sir-reverence: the whores of Ratcliffe High-way smell of Tarpaulin and stinking Cod from their continuall Traffick with seamen's Breeches. There are other such wretched Objects about these ruined Lanes, all of them lamentable Instances of Vengeance. And it is not strange (as some think) how they will haunt the same Districts and will not leave off their Crimes until they are apprehended, for these Streets are their Theatre. Theft, Whoredom and Homicide peep out of the very Windows of their Souls; Lying, Perjury, Fraud, Impudence and Misery are stamped upon their very Countenances as now they walk within the Shaddowe of my Church. #Quote by Peter Ackroyd
Walkers quotes by Marie Von Ebner-Eschenbach
#18. Runners are poor walkers. #Quote by Marie Von Ebner-Eschenbach
Walkers quotes by Fergus Muirhead
#19. For all the prizes, recitals and honours that grace Gordon Walker's glittering career, he still likes nothing more than coming home back to play. "I do like my Burns Suppers in Ayrshire. I've piped in the haggis, addressed it and then piped it back out again. #Quote by Fergus Muirhead
Walkers quotes by Mike Tyson
#20. Every time there's a revolution, it comes from somebody reading a book about revolution. David Walker wrote a book and Nat Turner did his thing. #Quote by Mike Tyson
Walkers quotes by John Ortberg
#21. Ironically, often the thing that keeps me from experiencing joy is my preoccupation with self. The very selfishness that keeps me from pouring myself out for the joy of others also keeps me from noticing and delighting in the myriad small gifts God offers each day. This is why Walker Percy describes boredom as "the self stuffed with the self." #Quote by John Ortberg
Walkers quotes by Rebecca Solnit
#22. Every walker is a guard on patrol to protect the ineffable. #Quote by Rebecca Solnit
Walkers quotes by Carl Sagan
#23. Not all birds can fly. What separates the flyers from the walkers is the ability to take off. #Quote by Carl Sagan
Walkers quotes by Dorothy Barresi
#24. Your enemies call it comeuppance
and relish the details
of a drug too fine, how long
you must have dangled there beside yourself.
In the middle distance of your
twenty-ninth year, night split open
like a fighter's bruised palm,
a purple ripeness.

Friends shook their heads.
With you it was always
the next attractive trouble,
as if an arranged marriage had been made
in a country of wing walkers, lion tamers,
choirboys leaping from bellpulls
into the high numb glitter, and you,
born with the breath of wild on your tongue
brash as gin.

True, it was charming for a while.
Your devil's balance, your debts.
Then no one was laughing.
Hypodermic needles and cash registers
emptied themselves in your presence.
Cars went head-on.
Sympathy, old motor, ran out
or we grew old, our tongues
wearing little grooves in our mouths
clucking disappointment.

Michael, what pulled you up
by upstart roots
and set you packing,
left the rest of us here, body-heavy
on the edge of our pews.
Over the reverend's lament
we could still hear laughter, your mustache
the angled black wings
of a perfect crow. Later
we taught ourselves the proper method for mourning
haphazard life: salt, tequila, lemon.
Drinking and drifting
in your honor we barely felt a thing. #Quote by Dorothy Barresi
Walkers quotes by Natasha Leggero
#25. I'm not saying Martha Stewart is old, but she needs a new Walker more than the 'Fast and Furious' franchise. #Quote by Natasha Leggero
Walkers quotes by J.R.R. Tolkien
#26. The Company of the Ring shall be Nine; and the Nine Walkers shall be set against the Nine Riders that are evil. #Quote by J.R.R. Tolkien
Walkers quotes by Paddy Dillon
#27. There is no doubt that the GR20, traversing the rugged mountains of Corsica, is one of the top trails of the world. Its reputation precedes it, and most walkers who trek the route describe it afterwards as one of the toughest they have ever completed. Others find they are unable to complete it, having seriously underestimated its nature. The GR20 climbs high into the mountains and stays there for days on end, leading ordinary walkers deep into the sort of terrain usually visited only by mountaineers. The scenery is awe-inspiring, with bare rock and vertical lines in some parts, contrasting with forests, lakes and alpine pastures in other places. Those #Quote by Paddy Dillon
Walkers quotes by Franz Kafka
#28. Most men are not wicked ... They are sleep-walkers, not evil evildoers. #Quote by Franz Kafka
Walkers quotes by Adolf Hitler
#29. I can not be mistaken - what I say and do is historical.I follow my life with the precision and security of a sleep walker #Quote by Adolf Hitler
Walkers quotes by David Icke
#30. Former US president, drug baron and pedophile, George Herbert Walker Bush, incidentally, is mentioned more than any other person in my experience in relation to shape-shifting. #Quote by David Icke
Walkers quotes by Paul Nurse
#31. I am still a keen mountain walker and an enthusiastic glider pilot. #Quote by Paul Nurse
Walkers quotes by William Donaldson
#32. To sit a fine Christian gentleman down in close proximity to an unsavoury crowd of prostitutes was bad enough. Even worse was to allow him to be humiliated intellectually by the afore-mentioned rabble. (When you must have know perfectly well that it is not given to mere policemen, as it is to street-walkers, to think coherently on their feet). #Quote by William Donaldson
Walkers quotes by Robert James Thomson
#33. I don't believe any sort of traveler does a better job than any other sort of traveler at obeying traffic safety laws. It's difficult to foresee a camera program that can be used with bikers and walkers. #Quote by Robert James Thomson
Walkers quotes by Abraham Lincoln
#34. I am a moderate walker, however I never stroll back. #Quote by Abraham Lincoln
Walkers quotes by Richard Gilman
#35. There's an appreciation, not unlike that for dancers or tightrope walkers, of the body undergoing tests and coming through them by courage and technique; a desire for "clean" results. #Quote by Richard Gilman
Walkers quotes by T-Bone Walker
#36. I was called "T-Bow" but the people got it mixed up with "T-Bone." My name is Aaron Walker but "T-Bone" is catchy, people remember it. My auntie gave it to me when I was a kid. Mother's mother was a Cherokee Indian full blooded. There were sixteen girls and two boys in my mother's family, all dead but two. #Quote by T-Bone Walker
Walkers quotes by Robert Macfarlane
#37. As the pen rises from the page between words, so the walker's feet rise and fall between paces, and as the deer continues to run as it bounds from the earth and the dolphin continues to swim even as it leaps again and again from the sea, so writing and wayfaring are continuous activities, a running stitch, a persistence of the same seam or stream. #Quote by Robert Macfarlane
Walkers quotes by Greg Iles
#38. have crystal meth over in Natchez?" "Of course we do. I'm not interested in the meth. I'm interested in the men who make and sell it." Walker's eyes narrow, then go wide with comprehension. "And what exactly do you want me to do? #Quote by Greg Iles
Walkers quotes by Rahki
#39. I grew up listening to Commission, Kirk Franklin and Hezekiah Walker. If I was found listening to any rap, my pops would throw them out, or crush the CDs and tapes - literally. #Quote by Rahki
Walkers quotes by Diana Quick
#40. I have a cottage near Aldeburgh, and from there it's a sturdy two-mile walk across farmland to an empty beach, where I collect hag stones and run around with the dog. I'm a keen walker, and I love Suffolk's big skies. #Quote by Diana Quick
Walkers quotes by Kenneth Patchen
#41. You, the woman; I, the man; this, the world:
And each is the work of all.

There is the muffled step in the snow; the stranger;
The crippled wren; the nun; the dancer; the Jesus-wing
Over the walkers in the village; and there are
Many beautiful arms around us and the things we know.

See how those stars tramp over the heavens on their sticks
Of ancient light: with what simplicity that blue
Takes eternity into the quiet cave of God, where Ceasar
And Socrates, like primitive paintings on a wall,
Look, with idiot eyes, on the world where we two are.

You, the sought for; I, the seeker; this, the search:
And each is the mission of all.

For greatness is only the drayhorse that coaxes
The built cart out; and where we go is reason.
But genius is an enormous littleness, a trickling
Of heart that covers alike the hare and the hunter.

How smoothly, like the sleep of a flower, love,
The grassy wind moves over night's tense meadow:
See how the great wooden eyes of the forrest
Stare upon the architecture of our innocence.

You, the village; I, the stranger; this, the road:
And each is the work of all.

Then, not that man do more, or stop pity; but that he be
Wider in living; that all his cities fly a clean flag...
We have been alone too long, love; it is terribly late
For the pierced feet on the water and we must not die #Quote by Kenneth Patchen
Walkers quotes by Jacob Lund Fisker
#42. 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. #Quote by Jacob Lund Fisker
Walkers quotes by Zora Neale Hurston
#43. Responding to Wright's critique, Hurston claimed that she had wanted at long last to write a black novel, and "not a treatise on sociology." It is this urge that resonates in Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon and Beloved, and in Walker's depiction of Hurston as our prime symbol of "racial health - a sense of black people as complete, complex, undiminished human beings, a sense that is lacking in so much black writing and literature." In a tradition in which male authors have ardently denied black literary paternity, this is a major development, one that heralds the refinement of our notion of tradition: Zora and her daughters are a tradition-within-the-tradition, a black woman's voice. #Quote by Zora Neale Hurston
Walkers quotes by Ken Kesey
#44. He shakes the hands of Wheelers and Walkers and Vegetables, shakes hands that he has to pick up out of laps like picking up dead birds, mechanical birds, wonders of tiny bones and wires that have run down and fallen. Shakes hands with everybody he comes to except Big George the water freak, who grins and shies back from that unsanitary hand, so McMurphy just salutes him and says to his own right hand as he walks away, Hand, how do you suppose that old fellow knew all the evil you been into? #Quote by Ken Kesey
Walkers quotes by Rebecca Solnit
#45. Walkers are 'practitioners of the city,' for the city is made to be walked. A city is a language, a repository of possibilities, and walking is the act of speaking that language, of selecting from those possibilities. Just as language limits what can be said, architecture limits where one can walk, but the walker invents other ways to go. #Quote by Rebecca Solnit
Walkers quotes by John R. Stilgoe
#46. Ordinary exploration begins in the juiciest sort of indecision, in deliberate, then routine fits of absence of mind... Exploring requires the cloak of invisibility bicyclists and walkers take for granted. #Quote by John R. Stilgoe
Walkers quotes by Jane Smiley
#47. One of the things that Ivar knew about Mrs. Walker was that she would only tell him what she knew if he asked the right question, so he spent a portion of his time meditating over what he might ask Mrs. Walker and how he might phrase the question. #Quote by Jane Smiley
Walkers quotes by Laurel Jay
#48. Corpses were real. He had heard about these cannibal dead walkers in the northeast, but they were in fact real. Rumor had it that one - just one - had made its way down towards the Mid-Atlantic.
The rumored Dead Walker lived. #Quote by Laurel Jay
Walkers quotes by Laurie Holden
#49. I've had a quite a few nightmares about being chased by walkers. #Quote by Laurie Holden
Walkers quotes by Joseph Brodsky
#50. Everything can change in Petersburg except its weather. And its light. It's the northern light, pale and diffused, one in which both memory and eye operate with unusual sharpness. In this light, and thanks to the directness and length of the streets, a walker's thoughts travel farther than his destination ... #Quote by Joseph Brodsky
Walkers quotes by Sergio Chejfec
#51. For me parks are good when first of all, they're not impeccable, and when solitude has appropriated them in such a way that solitude itself becomes an emblem, a defining trait for walkers, sporadic at best, who in my opinion should be irrevocably lost or absorbed in thought, and a bit confused, too, as when one walks through a space that's at once alien and familiar. #Quote by Sergio Chejfec
Walkers quotes by Jason Bay
#52. Larry Walker paved the way for guys like me. #Quote by Jason Bay
Walkers quotes by Katsura Hoshino
#53. When there's something you can't understand no matter how much you think about it, you can't let yourself brood over it forever.

~Allen Walker #Quote by Katsura Hoshino
Walkers quotes by Jordana Brewster
#54. Paul [Walker]'s kindness was pure. He never asked for credit of glory. He was just a really good guy. #Quote by Jordana Brewster
Walkers quotes by Ian Rankin
#55. There were always dog walkers out & about. Sometimes they even stopped for a chat while the various mutts inspected each other. Rebus would be asked how old his dog was.
No idea.
The breed, then ?
Mongrel.
And all the while, he would be thinking about cigarettes. #Quote by Ian Rankin
Walkers quotes by Kyra Gates
#56. Whatever he did it drove you away and into my bed and don't you forget that!
"Tyler" Walkers by Kyra Gates #Quote by Kyra Gates
Walkers quotes by Jodi Picoult
#57. I used to stand in front of the mirror in the bathroom to see what they were staring at. I wanted to
know what made their heads turn, what it was about me that was so incredibly different. At first I
couldn't tell. I mean, I was just me.
Then one day, when I looked in the mirror, I understood. I looked into my own eyes and I hated
myself, maybe as much as all of them did.
That was the day I started to believe they might be right. #Quote by Jodi Picoult
Walkers quotes by Nick Hahn
#58. The coffin was handmade from the wood of a single Eucalyptus tree. There were no handles, it rested on the shoulders of six elegant tribesmen. These were Maasai from Kenya, the warrior tribe, known for their courage and endurance. The walkers followed at a respectful distance, the pace was grueling. #Quote by Nick Hahn
Walkers quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#59. There is one thought for the field, another for the house. I would have my thoughts, like wild apples, to be food for walkers, and will not warrant them to be palatable if tasted in the house. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Walkers quotes by Jay Kristoff
#60. Sex is a weapon. Your eyes? Your body? Your smile?' She shrugged. 'Weapons. And they give you more power than a thousand swords. Open more gates than a thousand War Walkers. Love has toppled kings, Mia. Ended empires. Even broken our poor, sunsburned sky #Quote by Jay Kristoff
Walkers quotes by Jimmy Fallon
#61. Scott Walker's campaign slogan is 'Reform. Growth. Safety.' Which is actually similar to Donald Trump's new slogan: 'Mexico. Money. Crazy.' #Quote by Jimmy Fallon
Walkers quotes by Chuck Norris
#62. While I filmed the 'Walker, Texas Ranger' series for eight and a half years, I had never had much time to read, except for screenplays of the episodes. #Quote by Chuck Norris
Walkers quotes by Jennifer Ashley
#63. Walker's body wouldn't manifest the right reaction. He should be wanting to fight the threat or flee from it. Instead, his instincts were telling him to throw down the rifle, grab Rebecca, haul her into his arms, and kiss the hell out of her. #Quote by Jennifer Ashley
Walkers quotes by Ludwig Wittgenstein
#64. An honest religious thinker is like a tightrope walker. He almost looks as though he were walking on nothing but air. His support is the slenderest imaginable. And yet it really is possible to walk on it. #Quote by Ludwig Wittgenstein
Walkers quotes by Cathy Day
#65. At the college where I teach, I'm surrounded by circus people. We aren't tightrope walkers or acrobats. We don't breathe fire or swallow swords. We're gypsies, moving wherever there's work to be found. Our scrapbooks and photo albums bear witness to our vagabond lives: college years, grad-school years, instructor-mill years, first-job years. In between each stage is a picture of old friends helping to fill a truck with boxes and furniture. We pitch our tents, and that place becomes home for a while. We make families from colleagues and students, lovers and neighbors. And when that place is no longer working, we don't just make do. We move on to the place that's next. No place is home. Every place is home. Home is our stuff. As much as I love the Cumberland Valley at twilight, I probably won't live there forever, and this doesn't really scare me. That's how I know I'm circus people. #Quote by Cathy Day
Walkers quotes by Mitt Romney
#66. George Herbert Walker Bush. He was a pretty-pretty great President and anything but. #Quote by Mitt Romney
Walkers quotes by Neil Gaiman
#67. Repeat after me, there are the living and the dead, there are day-folk and night-folk, there are ghouls and mist-walkers, there are high hunters and the Hounds of God. Also, there are solitary types."
"What are you?" asked Bod.
"I," she said sternly, "am Miss Lupescu."
"And what is Silas?"
She hesitated. Then she said, "He is a solitary type. #Quote by Neil Gaiman
Walkers quotes by Elizabeth Warren
#68. If Scott Walker sees 100,000 teachers & firefighters as his enemies, maybe it's time we take a closer look at his friends. #Quote by Elizabeth Warren
Walkers quotes by Jonathan Maberry
#69. There were more of them out there. More walkers. And I was being asked to step up and be ... what? Some kind of Captain Heroism who would lead the boys in the Red, White, and Blue to victory? What was I getting myself into? This wasn't task force duty, this wasn't even SWAT-team level. I'd never even smelled anything this big before and now I was expected to train and lead a black ops team? How frigging insane was this? Why were they asking me? I'm just a cop. Where are the guys who actually do this for a living? How come none of them were here? Where's James Bond and Jack Bauer? Why me, of all people? #Quote by Jonathan Maberry
Walkers quotes by Leslie Stephen
#70. Walking is the natural recreation for a man who desires not absolutely to suppress his intellect but to turn it out to play for a season. All great men of letters have therefore been enthusiastic walkers. #Quote by Leslie Stephen
Walkers quotes by Rick Yancey
#71. And then Evan Walker kisses me. #Quote by Rick Yancey
Walkers quotes by Naomi Novik
#72. Those the walkers carried into the Wood were less lucky. We didn't know what happened to them, but they came back out sometimes, corrupted in the worst way: smiling and cheerful, unharmed. They seemed almost themselves to anyone who didn't know them well, and you might spend half a day talking with one of them and never realize anything was wrong, until you found yourself taking up a knife and cutting off your own hand, putting out your own eyes, your own tongue, while they kept talking all the while, smiling, horrible. And then they would take the knife and go inside your house, to your children, while you lay outside blind and choking and helpless even to scream. If someone we loved was taken by the walkers, the only thing we knew to hope for them was death, and it could only be a hope. #Quote by Naomi Novik
Walkers quotes by Robin Wall Kimmerer
#73. Instead I just stand there, tears running down my cheeks in nameless emotion that tastes of joy and of grief. Joy for the being of the shimmering world and grief for what we have lost. The grasses remember the nights they were consumed by fire, lighting the way back with a conflagration of love between species. Who today even knows what that means? I drop to my knees in the grass and I can hear the sadness, as if the land itself was crying for its people: Come home. Come home.
There are often other walkers here. I suppose that's what it means when they put down the camera and stand on the headland, straining to hear above the wind with that wistful look, the gaze out to sea. They look like they're trying to remember what it would be like to love the world. #Quote by Robin Wall Kimmerer
Walkers quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#74. It requires a direct dispensation from Heaven to become a walker. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Walkers quotes by Rick Yancey
#75. We got it all wrong, there was no alien swarm descending from the sky in their flying saucers or big metal walkers like something out of Star Wars or cute little wrinkly E.T.s who just wanted to pluck a couple of leaves, eat some Reese's Pieces, and go home. That's not how it ends. #Quote by Rick Yancey
Walkers quotes by Dorothy Gilman
#76. Maybe everyone lives with terror every minute of every day and buries it, never stopping long enough to look. Or maybe it's just me. I'm speaking here of your ordinary basic terrors like the meaning of life or what if there's no meaning at all ... Sometimes I think we're all tightrope walkers suspended on a wire two thousand feet in the air, and so long as we never look down we're okay, but some of us lose momentum and look down for a second and are never quite the same again: we know. #Quote by Dorothy Gilman
Walkers quotes by Judith Jamison
#77. I believe God has a path for me. He's always had a path for me, and I've always been in the right place at the right time - not because of my efforts, but because of my preparation and because of the guides that I have, the mentors that I have, the spiritual walkers that I've had all my life. #Quote by Judith Jamison
Walkers quotes by Catherynne M Valente
#78. I am the Walker and the Maze. #Quote by Catherynne M Valente
Walkers quotes by Robin Jarvis
#79. ...moderate social deviance or class non-conformism I have imputed to the first generation of pedestrians. Improved roads, after all, were one of the principal means by which the country was building a national communications network that would underpin the huge commercial and industrial expansion of the nineteenth century; changing the landscape of the country to produce the arterial interconnection of the modern state in place of a geography of more or less self-enclosed local communities; consolidating the administrative structures of the state and facilitating political hegemony over a rapidly growing and potentially unstable population; and promulgating a 'national' culture in the face of regional diversity and independence. With the main roads such powerful instruments of change, the walker's decision to exploit his freedom to resist the imperative of destination and explore instead by lanes, by-roads and fieldpaths, could well be interpreted as an act of denial, flight or dissent vis-a-vis the forces that were ineradicably transforming British society. #Quote by Robin Jarvis
Walkers quotes by William Butler Yeats
#80. The unpurged images of day recede; The Emperor's drunken soldiery are abed; Night resonance recedes, night-walkers' song After great cathedral gong. #Quote by William Butler Yeats
Walkers quotes by Christine Feehan
#81. You listen to me this one time, Dahlia. If something goes wrong, anything at all, you haul butt out of here fast. You have the cell phone and the number. Call Lily. The Ghost Walkers will be here as soon as possible."
She caught him before he could turn away. "You listen to me this one time, Nicholas. If anything goes wrong, don't be a hero. Haul your butt out of there and in one piece. We'll call Lily, and she can send the others. #Quote by Christine Feehan
Walkers quotes by Ian Sansom
#82. If there is a lack of specificity in Grossman's description of the town and the walkers, and if the story perhaps sometimes becomes lost and confusing, then it is because the landscape and its inhabitants are really shadows, creatures of an interior world, whose journey and whose quest are within. Falling Out of Time is short, and clearly a deeply personal book, but its importance and impact ought not to be underestimated. #Quote by Ian Sansom
Walkers quotes by Kurtis Blow
#83. I was called Kool Dj Kurt Walker ... but they wanted tocall me Kurtis Blow. #Quote by Kurtis Blow
Walkers quotes by Ray Davies
#84. Better close your window tight or I might come in for a bite, I'm a sleep walker. #Quote by Ray Davies
Walkers quotes by Naomi Novik
#85. The Wood knew I was here: even now its creatures were moving towards me, stealthy padding feet through the forest, walkers and wolves and worse things still. I suddenly was sure that there were things that never left the Wood at all, things so dreadful no one had ever seen them. And they were coming. #Quote by Naomi Novik
Walkers quotes by K.S. Collier
#86. I'm enjoying two beautiful visions tonight. Watching you stand there against a marvelous background has to be the most intriguing sunset I have ever experienced. #Quote by K.S. Collier
Walkers quotes by Jayne Ann Krentz
#87. Why is it that fancy hotels always locate the rooms that are supposed to be accessible to folks in wheelchairs and walkers at the end of the hall as far from the elevators as possible? And why is it those rooms are always the ones with the worst views? #Quote by Jayne Ann Krentz
Walkers quotes by Mimi Pond
#88. In LA, it's the law that you must be engaged in writing a screenplay with your hairdresser, pool boy, personal trainer, life coach, dog walker, or yoga instructor. #Quote by Mimi Pond
Walkers quotes by Audre Lorde
#89. I am very, very happy for Alice Walker. #Quote by Audre Lorde
Walkers quotes by Charlie Walker
#90. Walker's Law: There are few things made harder in this world by having money. #Quote by Charlie Walker
Walkers quotes by Herschel Walker
#91. I do this 'Walker shake.' You got to get knocked down many times, shake it off. Life is about ups and downs, and you got to keep standing up. #Quote by Herschel Walker
Walkers quotes by Rowan McBride
#92. I brushed my mouth over his. "Are you still crazy?"
Walkers stiffened in my hold. "For you."
"Obsessed?"
"Devoted," he said fiercely. #Quote by Rowan McBride
Walkers quotes by Jarod Kintz
#93. Not only do I not believe in not believing in God, I'm also a big supporter of crutches, canes, walkers, and anything that helps support man through difficult times. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Walkers quotes by Jesse Ball
#94. In a long life, said many an old man, this is but one more thing. Yet there were others who were young and knew nothing about the helplessness of life's condition. Did they glow with light? They did, but of course, it could not be seen. And all the while, the grinding of bones like machinery, and the light step of tightrope walkers out beyond the windows. #Quote by Jesse Ball
Walkers quotes by Rebecca Solnit
#95. A lone walker is both present and detached, more than an audience but less than a participant. Walking assuages or legitimizes this alienation. #Quote by Rebecca Solnit
Walkers quotes by Jay Leno
#96. Did you see Walker's father? 'My son loves America.' Yeah, like O.J. loved his wife. #Quote by Jay Leno
Walkers quotes by Colin Fletcher
#97. Although the vast majority of walkers never even think of using a walking staff, I unhesitatingly include it among the foundations of the house that travels on my back. #Quote by Colin Fletcher
Walkers quotes by Guy De Maupassant
#98. It was then between one o'clock in the morning and half-past that hour; the sky soon cleared a bit before me, and the lunar crescent peeped out from behind the clouds - that sad crescent of the last quarter of the moon. The crescent of the new moon, that which rises at four or five o'clock in the evening, is clear, bright and silvery; but that which rises after midnight is red, sinister and disquieting; it is the true crescent of the witches' Sabbath: all night-walkers must have remarked the contrast. The first, even when it is as narrow as a silver thread, projects a cheery ray, which rejoices the heart, and casts on the ground sharply defined shadows; while the latter reflects only a mournful glow, so wan that the shadows are bleared and indistinct. ("Who Knows?") #Quote by Guy De Maupassant
Walkers quotes by Donald C. Peattie
#99. All the great naturalists have been habitual walkers, for no laboratory, no book, car, train or plane takes the place of honest footwork for this calling, be it amateur's or professional's. #Quote by Donald C. Peattie
Walkers quotes by George Orwell
#100. To anyone who had been there since the beginning it probably seemed even in December or January that the revolutionary period was ending; but when one came straight from England the aspect of Barcelona was something startling and overwhelming. It was the first time that I had ever been in a town where the working class was in the saddle. Practically every building of any size had been seized by the workers and was draped with red flags or with the red and black flag of the Anarchists; every wall was scrawled with the hammer and sickle and with the initials of the revolutionary parties; almost every church had been gutted and its images burnt. Churches here and there were being systematically demolished by gangs of workman. Every shop and cafe had an inscription saying that it had been collectivised;
even the bootblacks had been collectivized and their boxes painted red and black. Waiters and shop-walkers looked you in the
face and treated you as an equal. Servile and even ceremonial forms of speech had temporarily disappeared. Nobody said
'Sen~or' or 'Don' ort even 'Usted'; everyone called everyone else 'Comrade' or 'Thou', and said 'Salud!' instead of 'Buenos
dias'. Tipping had been forbidden by law since the time of Primo de Rivera; almost my first experience was receiving a lecture
from a hotel manager for trying to tip a lift-boy. There were no private motor-cars, they had all been commandeered, and the
trams and taxis and much of the other t #Quote by George Orwell
Walkers quotes by Carl Sagan
#101. Science and mathematics [are] much more compelling and exciting than the doctrines of pseudoscience, whose practitioners were condemned as early as the fifth century B.C. by the Ionian philosopher Heraclitus as 'night walkers, magicians, priests of Bacchus, priestesses of the wine-vat, mystery-mongers.' But science is more intricate and subtle, reveals a much richer universe, and powerfully evokes our sense of wonder. And it has the additional and important virtue-to whatever extent the word has any meaning-of being true. #Quote by Carl Sagan
Walkers quotes by Mary Schmich
#102. I couldn't have foreseen all the good things that have followed my mother's death. The renewed energy, the surprising sweetness of grief. The tenderness I feel for strangers on walkers. The deeper love I have for my siblings and friends. The desire to play the mandolin. The gift of a visitation. #Quote by Mary Schmich
Walkers quotes by David B. Givens
#103. The two-point rhythm of walking's stride clears the mind for thinking. (N.B.: Perhaps, after telling the spinal circuits to "take a walk," the forebrain shifts to automatic pilot, so to speak, freeing the neocortex to ponder important issues of the day.) Many philosophers were lifetime walkers, who found that bipedal rhythms facilitated creative contemplation and thought. In his short life, e.g., Henry David Thoreau walked an estimated 250,000 miles--ten times the circumference of earth. #Quote by David B. Givens
Walkers quotes by Robin Jarvis
#104. [Robert] Newell's recommendation of walking is also interesting:

'The best way undoubtedly of seeing a country is on foot. It is the safest, and most suited to every variety of road; it will often enable you to take a shorter track, and visit scenes (the finest perhaps) not otherwise accessible; it is healthy, and, with a little practice, easy; it is economical: a pedestrian is content with almost any accommodations; he, of all travellers, wants but little, 'Nor wants that little long'. And last, though not least, it is perfectly independent.'

Newell cites independence, as do a number of the 'first generation' of Romantic walkers I have already surveyed; more striking are his commendation of walking as the safest option, which reflects a very altered perception of the security of travel from that which prevailed in the eighteenth century, and his advocacy of the practical and health benefits of pedestrianism, which against suggests its institutionalisation as a form of tourism and its extension to lower reaches of the middle classes. #Quote by Robin Jarvis

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