Playground Quotes

Quotes tagged as "playground" (showing 1-9 of 9)
“For some, life may be a playground to undermine the brainwaves of others or simply a vainglorious game with an armory of theatrics, illustrating only bleak self-deception, haughty narcissism and dim deficiency in empathy. ("Another empty room")”
Erik Pevernagie

“Life is a conjurer’s trick that may become a playground for multifarious side-splitting acts; sometimes a showdown for a series of torturous, off the wall questions or often a terrain for tragic miscalculations. ("Wheeling and dealing." )”
Erik Pevernagie

Jaeda DeWalt
“Imagination is our inner-child and creativity, its playground.”
Jaeda DeWalt

“If we love someone deeply, be they friends, family or lovers, don’t treat the relationship like a playground game of back and forth or tit for tat. See it as a loving connection and let that be the basis of it all.”
lauren klarfeld

Shannon L. Alder
“We are all children coming inside from recess with varying degrees of dirt on us.”
Shannon L. Alder

Karen Marie Moning
“She'd had her way, and had the top--the third time--informing him he was her 'own private playground'.”
Karen Marie Moning, Kiss of the Highlander

Mehmet Murat ildan
“For a child, everywhere is a playground; for an adult, it is the same, only the plays are different!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Arthur C. Clarke
“Yet among all the distractions and diversions of a planet which now seemed well on the way to becoming one vast playground, there were some who still found time to repeat an ancient and never-answered question:
“Where do we go from here?”
Arthur C. Clarke, Childhood's End

Edward Lucas White
“The universe no longer seems to me a scene, at least in front of the great, blank curtain of the unknowable, filled by an orderly progress of more or less cognizable and predictable occurrences, depending upon interrelated causes; it seems the playground of the irresponsible, prankish, malevolent somethings, productive of incalculabilities.”
Edward Lucas White, The Stuff of Dreams: The Weird Stories of Edward Lucas White