Indifferent Quotes

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Carl Sagan
“The universe seems neither benign nor hostile, merely indifferent.”
Carl Sagan

“Life is similar to a bus ride.
The journey begins when we board the bus.
We meet people along our way of which some are strangers, some friends and some strangers yet to be friends.
There are stops at intervals and people board in.
At times some of these people make their presence felt, leave an impact through their grace and beauty on us fellow passengers while on other occasions they remain indifferent.
But then it is important for some people to make an exit, to get down and walk the paths they were destined to because if people always made an entrance and never left either for the better or worse, then we would feel suffocated and confused like those people in the bus, the purpose of the journey would lose its essence and the journey altogether would neither be worthwhile nor smooth.”
Chirag Tulsiani

“Detachment is not the absence of emotion, it is the process of becoming one with the Oneness that is the Universe. To be detached, is to realize that the fullness of all there is, is too much to react to with just one emotion, one thought, or any bias. To be detached, is to acknowledge all, without owning any of it. To be detached, is to summon forth the whole entirety of understanding, to the fragment that is the void.”
Justin K. McFarlane Beau

Ludwig Wittgenstein
“I give no sources, because it is indifferent to me
whether what I have thought has already been
thought before me by another.”
Ludwig Wittgenstein, Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus

Mahatma Gandhi
“I appeal for cessation of hostilities, not because you are too exhausted to fight, but because war is bad in essence. You want to kill Nazism. You will never kill it by its indifferent adoption.”
Mahatma Gandhi, Gandhi: An autobiography

Richard Yates
“How small and neat and comically serious the other men looked, with their grey-flecked crew cuts and their button-down collars and their brisk little hurrying feet! There were endless desperate swarms of them, hurrying through the station and the streets, and an hour from now they would all be still. The waiting mid-town office buildings would swallow them up and contain them, so that to stand in one tower looking out across the canyon to another would be to inspect a great silent insectarium displaying hundreds of tiny pink men in white shirts, forever shifting papers and frowning into telephones, acting out their passionate little dumb show under the supreme indifference of the rolling spring clouds.”
Richard Yates, Revolutionary Road

Ahmed Mostafa
“Forgive my indifference; I'd rather be distant than devastated.”
Ahmed Mostafa

Joseph Conrad
“He did not care what the end would be, and in his lucid moments overvalued his indifference. The danger, when not seen, has the imperfect vagueness of human thought. The fear grows shadowy; and Imagination, the enemy of men, the father of all terrors, unstimulated, sinks to rest in the dullness of exhausted emotion.”
Joseph Conrad, Lord Jim

Richelle E. Goodrich
“Relax; the world's not watching that closely. It's too busy contemplating itself in the mirror.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Making Wishes: Quotes, Thoughts, & a Little Poetry for Every Day of the Year

Jostein Gaarder
“People are, generally speaking, either dead certain or totally indifferent (Both types are crawling around deep down in the rabbit's fur!)”
Jostein Gaarder, Sophie's World

Savo Heleta
“The story Grandpa told us helped me realize that people cannot be divided into groups by ethnicity, religion, or any other feature, only into groups of good, bad, and indifferent people.”
Savo Heleta, Not My Turn to Die: Memoirs of a Broken Childhood in Bosnia

Dannika Dark
“Every man at some point in his life needs to be tested so he can find out if he’s a righteous man or an indifferent one.”
Dannika Dark, Two Minutes

Malak El Halabi
“He wasn't like those handsome men you see on the fashion billboards. He was handsome in a rugged way like a wood cutter with an unkept beard or a man who just finished fixing the engine of his car, wiping his oily hands over his white flannel shirt. Like a man who knows that he has starry eyes that can bring stars closer but doesn't even bother to look.”
Malak El Halabi

“If you bake bread with indifference, you bake a bitter bread that feeds but half man's hunger. -Kahlil Gibran”
Louisa Thomsen Brits, The Book of Hygge: The Danish Art of Living Well

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“If we’re honest, what makes something impossible is not our fear. Rather, it is our indifference.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Patricia Highsmith
“How indifferent he was to Carol after all, Therese thought. She felt he didn't see her, as he sometimes hadn't seen figures in rock or cloud formations when she had tried to point them out to him.”
Patricia Highsmith, The Price of Salt

“God knows you very well; He is not indifferent to your destiny”
Sunday Adelaja

Gilles Deleuze
“Placing oneself in a position where one is thus traversed, broken, fucked by the socius, looking for the right place where, according to the aims and interests assigned to us, one feels something moving that has neither an interest nor a purpose.”
Gilles Deleuze, Anti-Oedipus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia

Ayn Rand
“She did not mind this new background; she was indifferent to the slums as she had been indifferent to the drawing rooms.”
Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead

“Men have true freedom only if they are indifferent to the past and the future. As soon as they regret or expect, there’s attachment and suffering.”
Maxime Lagacé

Thomm Quackenbush
“I don't know what my future will bring me and it's terrifying. To stand before this vast expanse and know that the future could take away what matters most simply because that is the nature of indifferent chaos in the hands of wanton boys.”
Thomm Quackenbush, Pagan Standard Times: Essays on the Craft

Jon  Stone
“The classic psychoanalytical interpretation of la belle indifférence is that it is evidence that an intrapsychic conflict has been converted and kept from its unacceptable conscious expression by the production of a physical symptom – so-called primary gain. Freud was the first to admit that this process of conversion was not always complete.”
Jon Stone

Dada Bhagwan
“To have indifference (nispruha) is also an offence and to be with inclination (saspruha) is also an offence. One should remain saspruha-nispruha (inclined towards attaining the Self-indifferent towards worldly life).”
Dada Bhagwan, Non-Violence: Ahimsa

Dada Bhagwan
“Where one has become indifferent (nispruha), there pure love has not arisen. And where there is no pure love, no work can be accomplished there.”
Dada Bhagwan, Generation Gap

Dada Bhagwan
“We' (the Gnani Purush) are neither indifferent (nispruha) nor are 'we' with inclination (saspruha) We are saspruha-nispruha. 'We' have indifference towards your worldly matters and 'we' have interest in matters regarding of your Soul (Atma).”
Dada Bhagwan

“Christians don’t have the moral right to be indifferent”
Sunday Adelaja

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“People and things need not be interesting to us for them to be beneficial to us.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

“Christians don’t the moral right to be indifferent”
Sunday Adelaja

“Personal Responsibility is when a person sees a problem and refuses to be indifferent, but decides to rather look for ways and means of resolving the problem”
Sunday Adelaja