Friday, June 22, 2018 Text is available under the CC BY-SA 3.0 licence.

Masiela Lusha

« All quotes from this author
 

In the end we're all searching for our home, that one place where we belong.
--
Comments on her work in Time of the Comet

 
Masiela Lusha

» Masiela Lusha - all quotes »



Tags: Masiela Lusha Quotes, Home Quotes, Authors starting by L


Similar quotes

 

Nigel Barton (On TV): I feel I don't belong here, that's my trouble.
Interviewer (on TV): Well, where do you belong? At home?
Harry Barton: Of course!
Nigel Barton (on TV): No, I'm afraid I don't. Now it hurts to say this, of course, but it's the truth. Back at home, in the village, in the workingmen's club, with people I went to school with, I'm so much on the defensive, you see. They suspect me of making qualitative judgments about their environment, you understand, but it's not that I wish to do so. Yet I even find my own father looking at me oddly some times, waiting to pounce on some remark, some expression in my face, watching me like a hawk. I don't feel at home in either place. I don't belong. It's a tightrope between two different worlds, and I'm walking it.
Harry Barton: You're a bloody liar, Nigel!

 
Dennis Potter
 

Back home, these lessons were taught in songs and stories passed along by grandmothers, wise women who held a cherished place in the circle of community. I thought someday to take my place among them. But the war had broken the cycle and torn millions of people away from the bosoms of their mothers. We were forever searching to recapture all that we had lost connections to blood, to bones, to earth.
And connections resurface refuse to be denied.

 
Valya Dudycz Lupescu
 

There are uncertain truths even true statements that we may take to be false but there are no uncertain certainties.
Since we can never know anything for sure, it is simply not worth searching for certainty; but it is well worth searching for truth; and we do this chiefly by searching for mistakes, so that we have to correct them.

 
Karl Popper
 

To really belong, we have got, first, to get it clear with ourselves that we do not belong and do not want to belong to an unfree world. As free men and women we have got to reject much of it and to know why we are rejecting it.

 
C. Wright Mills
 

These tests are designed to exclude others from the discourse - just as the word discourse is itself designed to do. These words are intended to say to people: this is a group thing. If you don't understand what we're talking about, you're not a member of the group. So, if you call this place the Canny Man's it shows that you belong, that you know what's what in Edinburgh. And that, you know, is what everybody wants, underneath. We want to belong.

 
Alexander McCall Smith
© 2009–2013Quotes Privacy Policy | Contact