Top 12 Lifeless Quotes

In this post, you will find great Lifeless Quotes from famous people, such as Chris Pine, Boris Pasternak, Etienne Schneider, Jermaine Jackson, Bodhidharma. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

I have no control over what people think, and if I were

I have no control over what people think, and if I were to spend energy on that, I would be a lifeless, deadened human being.
I don’t like people who have never fallen or stumbled. Their virtue is lifeless and it isn’t of much value. Life hasn’t revealed its beauty to them.
Boris Pasternak
Our aim is to open access to a wealth of previously unexplored mineral resources on lifeless rocks hurling through space, without damaging natural habitats.
Etienne Schneider
To see him there lifeless and breathless was very emotional for me. But I held myself together because I knew he‘s very much alive in his spirit, and that was just a shell. But I kissed him on his forehead, and I hugged him, and I touched him and I said, ‘Michael, I’ll never leave you. You’ll never leave me.’
Jermaine Jackson
As long as you’re enthralled by a lifeless form, you’re not free.
No matter how vital experience might be while you lived it, no sooner was it ended and dead than it became as lifeless as the piles of dry dust in a school history book.
Ellen Glasgow
I’ve always thought a hotel ought to offer optional small animals. I mean a cat to sleep on your bed at night, or a dog of some kind to act pleased when you come in. You ever notice how a hotel room feels so lifeless?
I don’t particularly like recording studios, they tend to be lifeless and without any natural light, so I wanted to record wherever we lived. We just don’t want to be bound to a studio to who we’d have to pay untold sums to.
When faith did come, it came, I think, by way of my little paralyzed daughter. Her lifeless hands led me; I think her tiny feet still know beautiful paths.
Joyce Kilmer
Communities such as Auchmithie, Sandend, and even Wick once thrived on herring fishing. But it led me to ruminate on the likely fate for most of our coasts – with the decline of fishing many of the coastal communities are destined to become charming but lifeless exhibits of past endeavour.
Usually, turkey burger recipes result in something so lifeless and tasteless that drowning one in ketchup (that most perfect and delicious of condiments) doesn’t help much. Part of the problem is calling this food a ‘burger’ at all, because it’s never going to satisfy the way juicy, salty, medium-rare beef will.
These are not books, lumps of lifeless paper, but minds alive on the shelves.
Gilbert Highet