Deaf And Blind Quotes by Carlos Castaneda, Mark Twain, Maynard James Keenan, Edgar Allan Poe, Henry David Thoreau, Matthew Henry and many others.
The sorcerer’s description of the world is perceivable. But our insistence on holding on to our standard version of reality renders us almost deaf and blind to it.
Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.
Seek and see all the marvels around you. You will get tired of looking at yourself alone, and that fatigue will make you deaf and blind to everything else. – Don Juan
Choices always were a problem for you. What you need is someone strong to guide you. Deaf and blind and dumb and born to follow, what you need is someone strong to use you – like me.
The rain came down upon my head – Unshelter’d. And the wind rendered me mad and deaf and blind.
He who cannot read is worse than deaf and blind, is yet but half alive, is still-born.
None so blind, so deaf, as those that will not hear, that will not see.
Being preoccupied with our self-image is like being deaf and blind. It’s like standing in the middle of a vast field of wildflowers with a black hood over our heads. It’s like coming upon a tree of singing birds while wearing earplugs.
Dwelling upon the self too much produces terrible fatigue. A man in that position is deaf and blind to everything else. The fatigue itself makes him cease to see the marvels all around.
Only mind has sight and hearing; all things else are deaf and blind.
A good marriage would be between a blind wife and a deaf husband.