Alone In A Crowd Quotes

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Ernest Hemingway
“The people that I liked and had not met went to the big cafes because they were lost in them and no one noticed them and they could be alone in them and be together.”
Ernest Hemingway, A Moveable Feast

Sanhita Baruah
“Even when it seems that there is no one else, always remember there's one person who never ceased to love you - yourself.”
Sanhita Baruah

Krista Ritchie
“I’m so fucking tired of being alone. I was scared that he’d tell me to fucking leave. Because that means going back to a life I can’t see for myself anymore.”
Krista Ritchie, Hothouse Flower

“I had nothing to contribute. I played no part. I was on the edge.
Everything around me, grey.
It was the same old feeling, back again.
I was in the middle of the group but I might as well have been a million miles away from these people.”
Tim Relf, Stag

Faraaz Kazi
“I inhale loneliness like it is the sweet smell of virgin earth conquered by fiery rain drops. Within me, I'm a thousand others.”
Faraaz Kazi, Truly, Madly, Deeply

“I hate when I can't control my loneliness”
-Leju Thomas

Kenneth Eade
“We are all alone in this world; even in a crowd.”
Kenneth G. Eade, HOA Wire

Pierce Brown
“It is strange being in a crowd where no one knows your face or cares for your purpose. In Lykos, I would have been jostled by men I'd grown up with, run across girls I'd chased and wrestled with as a child. Here, other Colors slam into me and offer not even a faint apology. This is a city, and I do not like it. I feel alone.”
Pierce Brown, Red Rising

André Alexis
“The group of people in front of her was jovial and paid her no attention. The group behind was much the same. She was alone without being alone.”
Andre Alexis, Pastoral

“Even in a crowd, you are alone inside your own head”

Anthony Liccione
“Death takes in many people, but still lives alone.”
Anthony Liccione

J.M.  Richards
“I had always thought that I was fine with being alone. Halfway through high school, I moved from Brazil to America, and it took me forever to make friends. I had culture shock of virtually every kind, besides which I was awkward, geeky, and shy. So I ate alone, telling myself that it was fine while I watched other people have normal conversations with their friends.”
J.M. Richards, Tall, Dark Streak of Lightning

“Living in a world that full of busy people is like living in a world ALONE.”

“No one is alone,It's ones perception,Someone can imagine as alone in a group or one can think as in group while he is alone”
Muhammad Ibraheem

Marie-Kristin Hofmann
“She loves her lonely moments, the silence away from the crowds. When it's just her daydreaming.”
Marie-Kristin Hofmann, Remember the wild girl

R.A. Salvatore
“Another week of emptiness, of solitude, though the schooner was fully crewed and there were few places where someone could be out of sight of everyone else. That was the thing about the open ocean, you were never physically alone, yet all the world seemed removed. Catti-brie and Drizzt had spent hours together, just standing and watching, each lost, drifting on the rolls of the azure blanket, together and yet so alone.”
R.A. Salvatore, Passage to Dawn

“Suicide does not mean there was no killer.”
Unknown Author

Iris Murdoch
“Eccentrics with unseeing eyes glided through, savouring amid so much society their own particular loneliness and private sins and sorrows.”
Iris Murdoch, The Green Knight

“I miss your smile, but I miss mine even more.”
Kid Cudi

Abhishek Ratna
“You don’t need a team! Often, we do not do certain things because we feel that to take up something new, we need a team or at least one more person who thinks as we do. If you are smart enough you may not need any one else!”
Abhishek Ratna, No Parking. No Halt. Success Non Stop!

“Loneliness is the ultimate poverty.”
Pauline Phillips

Anne Clendening
“I'm in hell. I'm separate from everyone and everything. I'm John Travolta in The Boy in the Plastic Bubble.”
Anne Clendening, Bent: How Yoga Saved My Ass

Ava Gardner
“Hollywood is loneliness beside the swimming pool.”
Ava Gardner

Benjamin Franklin
“Nine men in ten are would-be suicides.”
Benjamin Franklin

Mary Renault
“Why, Anytos, I have fought as a democrat, here and in Samos, only because Sokrates taught me to think for myself. And Plato forsook the tyrants, though some were his kin, for Sokrates’ sake. He sets each man seeking the truth that is in him.” I could see him waiting for me to cease, to say what he had ready to say, exactly as if I had not spoken. I had felt easy with him, liking the way he treated every man as an equal; but it is strange to speak with someone one’s thoughts do not reach. Of a sudden it was as if a great desert surrounded me; I even felt the fear of Pan, driver of herds, as one does in lonely places.”
Mary Renault, The Last of the Wine