Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Inanimate Quotes from famous authors such as Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Mitt Romney, Russell Baker, Michel Faber, Virgil Abloh. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I own things I like, but nothing inanimate that I treasure in a deeply consuming way.
When sperm and egg unite, something goes from inanimate to animate. It is life.
The goal of all inanimate objects is to resist man and ultimately defeat him.
My affinity, as a novelist, with Dickens has been overstated. I relish the way everything in his prose pulsates with life force, and I’m in debt to him every time I invest inanimate objects with uncanny animism. But his female characters annoy me.
I’m fascinated by the idea that a human connection can be triggered through inanimate devices.
No inanimate object is ever fully determined by the laws of physics and chemistry.
It’s amazing how these little guys can say things that a mortal human could never get away with. There’s some sort of unspoken license… when outlandish things come out of an inanimate object, somehow it equals humor.
Forests, lakes, and rivers, clouds and winds, stars and flowers, stupendous glaciers and crystal snowflakes – every form of animate or inanimate existence, leaves its impress upon the soul of man.
I don’t believe in blaming inanimate objects for anything.
There’s some sort of unspoken license… when outlandish things come out of an inanimate object, somehow it equals humor.
What my work is about is, ‘Can something that is not an inanimate object be considered valuable?’
I get in a temper with inanimate objects. I can’t bear plastic. I do get in a complete rage with something that’s been shrink-wrapped.
We will create life from inanimate compounds, and we will find life in space. But the life that should more immediately interest us lies between these extremes, in the middle range we all inhabit between our genes and our stars.
Pronouns really don’t matter in a song – ‘I’ or ‘he’ or ‘she’ or even subscribing a lyric to an inanimate object.
I love bringing the inanimate object to life.
I am intrigued by inanimate objects. They’re a piece of history, someone’s statement and ideas of life.
I hate ladders. I don’t mind heights, but I hate getting hit with ladders and falling into ladders. Anything where there are ladders involved or inanimate, unpredictable objects or multiple people gets dangerous.
I always liked the challenge of that, how to take an inanimate object and build something around it that’s scary.
Inanimate objects can be classified scientifically into three major categories; those that don’t work, those that break down and those that get lost.
Any object, whether animate or inanimate, will have a size. Airplanes, boats, or musical string instruments vary in size just like animals and plants, and in all cases, their size and their material construction are totally different matters even though they affect one another.
To me, respect for human life begins with making it more difficult to obtain an inanimate object that is designed to snuff it out.
We often forget that everything we see, animate or inanimate, is a visual manifestation of the work of our invisible God. We have become so accustomed to trees, mountains, sky, air, water, flowers, animals, vegetables and people that we no longer see them for what they are – God’s work.
I don’t fall in love with inanimate objects. I don’t bond with them. I only fall in love with people.
I believe inanimate objects have a spirit.
Manners are the lubricating oil of an organization. It is a law of nature that two moving bodies in contact with each other create friction. This is as true for human beings as it is for inanimate objects.
When I opened my gym, I got rid of the scales! Stepping on a scale empowers an inanimate object – every time you get on it, you turn over the helm of your emotional well being to something that doesn’t care about you.
I’ve always had a problem with over-identification with inanimate objects.
Even quicker than the development of super-technology is the human adaptation to taking it for granted. We live in a world where regular people converse publicly with an inanimate object and escape Bedlam or a dunking.
There’s something about seeing this little inanimate object coming to life that’s just very exciting. That’s why with ‘Nightmare’ I held out for so long to do it.
I always design the hat with the wearer in mind; otherwise, it’s an inanimate object.