Words matter. These are the best Wildness Quotes from famous people such as Gus Van Sant, Francois Nars, Eve Ensler, John Burnside, Helen Fisher, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I think that what I’m attracted to is people who are wild. But the self-destructive side comes out of the wild side. The wildness is very different from me. That’s why I think I like it.
It’s not that I’m easily shocked. It takes a lot to shock me. And wildness I like. But vulgarity shocks me.
My dream is that people will find a way back home, into their bodies, to connect with the earth, to connect with each other, to connect with the poor, to connect with the broken, to connect with the needy, to connect with people calling out all around us, to connect with the beauty, poetry, the wildness.
I have never understood why so many gardeners favour straight lines and narrow, regulated borders; perhaps they think wildness could work only in a larger space.
Men couldn’t care less if your strands are perfectly styled and neat. In fact, he might like you more with some wildness or bedhead, since it shows you’re carefree and relaxed.
One of the darkest evils of our world is surely the unteachable wildness of the Good.
Genesis 9 is where the animals went wild, and God gave them wildness. After the flood, that’s when he made animals wild. Up until that time, everybody was vegetarian.
If you have a certain wildness of spirit, a cabinet maker’s workshop is not the place to express it.
Real freedom lies in wildness, not civilization.
I like the wildness of Buddy Guy.
There is something bigger than fact: the underlying spirit, all it stands for, the mood, the vastness, the wildness.
I want adventure in my life. I want to do things I haven’t done before. These Hollywood people are so careful of their image and looking right, but there’s a wildness when I come into the photographs. I just want to wade through rivers, climb mountains.
Real freedom lies in wildness, not in civilization.
What would the world be, once bereft Of wet and wildness? Let them be left, O let them be left, wildness and wet, Long live the weeds and the wildness yet.