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Cave Dwellers Quotes By Iris Murdoch

Actors are cave dwellers in a rich darkness which they love and hate. — Iris Murdoch

Cave Dwellers Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi

Nonviolence is not a cloistered virtue, confined only to the rishi and the cave-dweller. — Mahatma Gandhi

Cave Dwellers Quotes By Friedrich Durrenmatt

We are not cave dwellers anymore, we live in the age of technology. When someone needs a car, he does not need to build it. He can buy it. When someone needs a murder, he himself does not need to kill. He can order it. — Friedrich Durrenmatt

Cave Dwellers Quotes By Abigail George

I would dream of birds and flora, beasts and cave dwellers. Every childhood night was a broken night. My sister escaped. For a while, my brother did too (extraordinarily). — Abigail George

Cave Dwellers Quotes By Diana Gabaldon

People are gregarious by necessity. Since the days of the first cave dwellers, humans
hairless, weak, and helpless save for cunning
have survived by joining together in groups; knowing, as so many other edible creatures have found, that there is protection in numbers. And that knowledge, bred in the bone, is what lies behind mob rule. Because to step outside the group, let alone to stand against it was for uncounted thousands of years death to the creature who dared it. To stand against a crowd would take something more than ordinary courage; something that went beyond human instinct. And I feared I did not have it, and fearing, was ashamed. — Diana Gabaldon

Cave Dwellers Quotes By Gloria Vanderbilt

All art, from the paintings on the walls of cave dwellers to art created today, is autobiographical because it comes from the secret place in the soul where imagination resides. — Gloria Vanderbilt

Cave Dwellers Quotes By Roberto Bolano

... dazzled by the shine of their own virtue, a shine that might not last (since virtue, once recognized in a flash, has no shine and makes its home in a dark cave amid cave dwellers, some dangerous indeed) ... — Roberto Bolano