Unfeeling Quotes

Quotes tagged as "unfeeling" (showing 1-8 of 8)
Miranda July
“Nothing really mattered, and nothing could be lost.”
Miranda July, No One Belongs Here More Than You

Julie Kagawa
“Better to feel nothing, to be numb, than to lose control. It's the only way I know to deal with it.”
Julie Kagawa, The Forever Song

Gore Vidal
“I'm exactly as I appear. There is no warm lovable person inside. Beneath my cold exterior, once you break the ice, you find cold water.”
Gore Vidal

Anthony Liccione
“We are rich in hearts, but poor with love.”
Anthony Liccione

Sigmund Freud
“Dark, unfeeling and unloving powers determine human destiny.”
Sigmund Freud, New Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Many writers make the mistake of making their readers appear like Lazarus, without any iota of care, throwing down books to readers to crunch as if they are dogs.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Anna Freeman
“Granville did not come to enquire after me, as I had known he would not. I had always considered him made awkward by painful emotion, but now I considered that perhaps hew as only unfeeling.”
Anna Freeman, The Fair Fight