We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Multitudes Quotes from George Dennison Prentice, Plato, James Gleick, Chris Robinson, John W. Dawson. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
There are many men whose tongues might govern multitudes if they could govern their tongues.
The eyes of the soul of the multitudes are unable to endure the vision of the divine.
For the modern physicist, reality is the whole thing, past and future joined in a single history. The sensation of now is just that, a sensation, and different for everyone. Instead of one master clock, we have clocks in multitudes.
I’m the weirdo. There have been multitudes of times in my career where I could have taken an easier road or a more commercial path, and I’ve been just like, that’s not gonna make me happy.
Now multitudes of root words are identical in the American languages over vast areas some of them with precisely the same senses, and others with various shades of analogical meaning.
When Jesus then is with the multitudes, He is not in His house, for the multitudes are outside of the house, and it is an act which springs from His love of men to leave the house and to go away to those who are not able to come to Him.
I accept that there are multitudes seeking God, seeking meaning, and so on, but if they reject atheism, I would rather they became modern-day Catholics or Jews than that they became Muslims.
Money, again, has often been a cause of the delusion of the multitudes. Sober nations have all at once become desperate gamblers, and risked almost their existence upon the turn of a piece of paper.
The Gospels record that nearly everywhere the Savior went, He was surrounded by multitudes of people. Some hoped that He would heal them; others came to hear Him speak. Others came for practical advice. Toward the end of His mortal ministry, some came to mock and ridicule Him and to clamor for His crucifixion.
Every experiment, by multitudes or by individuals, that has a sensual and selfish aim, will fail.
A handful of men, inured to war, proceed to certain victory, while on the contrary, numerous armies of raw and undisciplined troops are but multitudes of men dragged to the slaughter.
There are the manufacturing multitudes of England; they must have work, and find markets for their work; if machines and the Black Country are ugly, famine would be uglier still.
There have been multitudes of times in my career where I could have taken an easier road or a more commercial path, and I’ve been just like, ‘That’s not gonna make me happy.’
It’s art that pushes against psychological and social expectations, that tries to transform decay into something generative, that is replicative in a baroque way, that isn’t about progress, and wants to – as Walt Whitman put it – ‘contain multitudes.’
Do I contradict myself? Very well, then I contradict myself, I am large, I contain multitudes.