Blindfold Quotes

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Trenton Lee Stewart
“Something about this made Reynie uneasy. Had he done so badly? Was this meant to test his courage? He did as he was told, closing his eyes and bracing himself as best he could.
"Why are you flinching?" the pencil woman asked.
"I don't know. I thought maybe you were going to slap me."
"Don't be ridiculous. I could slap you perfectly well with your eyes open. I'm only going to blindfold you.”
Trenton Lee Stewart, The Mysterious Benedict Society

“How can you fall in love at first sight when you can't even see?”
Melinda Cross

J.R.R. Tolkien
“I shall claim full amends for every fall and stubbed toe, if you do not lead us well.”
J.R.R. Tolkien, The Two Towers

Michael Bassey Johnson
“A homely face does not guarantee a homely character. Appearance is the body, character is the spirit, and the soul bears the most vital qualities.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Stephen M. Irwin
“She put her tongue out and felt the raw edges of the torn silk. She looped her tongue around them and drew them into her teeth. Just a little bit, she thought, that's all I need to free my eyelids. She pulled the tasteless web between her teeth and ground, pulling her jaw down in a grimace - it felt as it she was eating the very skin off her face. But the silk over her eyelids shifted.”
Stephen M. Irwin, The Dead Path

Michael Bassey Johnson
“It is not in the gene of an Intellectually blinded person to experience the paradise in the writer's imagination.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Leonard J. Arrington
“The statue of Justice, symbol of the law, as she holds aloft her balance scale, is blindfolded. Justice is blind to race, creed, color – and to personal eccentricity. If there were a comparable state of Clio, the Muse of history, she would have to be presented with the blindfold lying at her feet, because the balance of her scales must be weighed with a conscious awareness of the facts and interpretations she must weigh.”
Leonard J. Arrington, Brigham Young: American Moses

Margaret Atwood
“We do like to have such good opinions of our own motives when we're about to do something harmful, to someone else. But as Mr. Erskine also pointed out, Eros with his bow and arrows is not the only blind god. Justitia is the other one. Clumsy blind gods with edged weapons: Justicia totes a sword, which, coupled with her blindfold, is a pretty good recipe for cutting yourself.”
Margaret Atwood, The Blind Assassin

Felicity Brandon
“This time his voice comes from the left and I hear his footfall moving around my body as I obey. Suddenly I am all limbs, stretching out to please him. I am absurdly vulnerable and beyond aroused. I want him now.”
Felicity Brandon, Corrupted Desires: A Dark Erotic Anthology

“I’ve finally given in, my eyes are shut under the blindfold. I can hear and smell, but I cannot see. My hands are clammy I feel cold yet I am warm. It is what I wanted, but I am now unsure, dubious yet at the same time excited and curious. I would like to think I feel a bit like Alice just before she fell down the hole into the rabbit hole. Yet there are no rabbits here… not even those of the rampant persuasion.”
LEONORA MORRISON

Lailah Gifty Akita
“The darkness of ignorance, blindfold us.”
Lailah Gifty Akita

“Don’t let religion blindfold you”
Sunday Adelaja

“The best work is always progressive and result-oriented, work done to please other people is like a ritual - free of self-analysis or result-orientation, the approach becomes rigid due to a fear of negative results, we blindfold ourselves so much that thinking and innovation despite being so close becomes invisible.”
Shahenshah Hafeez Khan