Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Castles Quotes from famous authors such as Sana Khan, Afrika Bambaataa, Pat Summitt, Rita Rudner, Roger Ebert. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
When I watched castles in ‘Alice In Wonderland’ or ‘Snow White,’ I would think of owning a house in white and not pink.
You want to buy cars and houses and castles, all of that’s on you and how America has systematized your mind to be into materialism. Hip-hop ain’t got nothing to do with that. I’m glad that anybody making money has picked themselves up – I just want them to give some of it back to the community.
Have you ever walked along a shoreline, only to have your footprints washed away? That’s what Alzheimer’s is like. The waves erase the marks we leave behind, all the sand castles. Some days are better than others.
Neurotics build castles in the air, psychotics live in them. My mother cleans them.
Clouds do not really look like camels or sailing ships or castles in the sky. They are simply a natural process at work. So too, perhaps, are our lives.
To know your ruling passion, examine your castles in the air.
American fantasy is not a genre we think about too often. Sure, we are familiar with the worlds of English boarding school houses and castles and fairies, but true American fantasy, fantasy that is built on the land of this country, is hard to come by.
I’ve always been a history lover. I’ve spent a lot of recreational time walking around historical castles and estates, in Britain and Europe, and so I know what the real thing looks like.
For a 12-year-old with a hyperactive imagination who liked to dream of dreary gothic castles, suburban Florida felt a little stifling.
I realize that I’ve had Ian Van Dahl: ‘Castles in the Sky,’ the Ibiza jam, periodically stuck in my head for years, like years of my life. Every now and then ‘Castles in the Sky’ will just happen. Maybe that’s some sort of indication that it’s actually my favorite song of all time.
So many of the fantasy stories I encountered growing up were set in worlds that were largely modelled on medieval Europe in one way or another. Lots of white folks in feudal societies, castles and kings, that kind of thing.
By the time the children go to bed, I am as drained as any mother who has spent her day working, car pooling, building Lego castles and shopping for the precisely correct soccer cleat.
I have no ambition to surprise my reader. Castles with unknown passages are not compatible with my homely muse.
If you are going to build something in the air it is always better to build castles than houses of cards.
The world went tilted in a lovely way – suddenly, television was no longer television. It was like, ‘Oh, my God, this is the new world!’ I got to work with horses and cannons, and fight sequences and castles.
I had always been interested in mythology. I suppose my brief stay in Wales during World War II influenced my writing, too. It was an amazing country. It has marvelous castles and scenery.
We think of medieval England as being a place of unbelievable cruelty and darkness and superstition. We think of it as all being about fair maidens in castles, and witch-burning, and a belief that the world was flat. Yet all these things are wrong.
I have traveled a fair amount, and I have visited some great cities. I love architecture and museums and castles and ruins and central markets and even double-decker bus tours. But, I am a sucker for a tropical beach.
Simply by not owning three medium-sized castles in Tuscany I have saved enough money in the last forty years on insurance premiums alone to buy a medium-sized castle in Tuscany.
As Governor of my country, I have been an enemy to its enemies; I have slain the English; I have mortally opposed the English King; I have stormed and taken the towns and castles which he unjustly claimed as his own.
The myth is that IP rights are as important as our rights in castles, cars, and corn oil. IP is supposedly intended to encourage inventors and the investment needed to bring their products to the clinic and marketplace.
Vote Labor, and you build castles in the air. Vote Conservative, and you can live in them.
Sorry, I don’t do castles. I hate those winding turret stairs.
Why should we strive, with cynic frown, to knock their fairy castles down?
We’re all making castles in the sand, wonderful tapestries, an exquisite corpse. But is it meaningful? No. It’s dogs barking. It doesn’t mean anything beyond our yelping, at the pain of being alive.
‘Castles Made of Sand’ was a song that my parents put me to sleep to, so naturally, it still puts me in a zen state.
It is so easy for us theorists who build wonderful castles, beautiful ideas. Sometimes, it is remarkable, sometimes these beautiful ideas prove to be close to what the observations tell us. But often and also they turn out to be wrong.
The price of toppling Gadhafi will be steep. But Libyans will topple him, and in doing so, they will bring down with him the castles of fear our dictators thought they had fortified.
I love England though; I’ve been back a few times and just love it. My favorite thing to do there is going to museums and all the castles. Oh, and my husband and I went mountain biking across England on our honeymoon!
I’ve had lots of ideas. For example, I had the idea of making a small version of the Vatican’s dome. I also got ideas from medieval castles – I’ve mixed medieval castles with the Romanesque style.