Motivational Walter Moers Quotes And Sayings

Motivational Walter Moers Quotes And Sayings

Walter Moers Quotes:- Walter Moers (born 24 May 1957) is a German comic creator and author.

 

Inspirational Walter Moers Quotes

 

“Wednesdays were the best thing about Atlantis. The middle of the week was a traditional holiday there. Everyone stopped work and celebrated the fact that half the week was over.”-Walter Moers

Inspirational Walter Moers Quotes

“Wine is drinkable sunlight. It’s the most glorious summer’s day imaginable, captured in a bottle.”-Walter Moers

 

“But when there’s light, there’s darkness as well.”-Walter Moers

 

“He was the best bad idea I ever had.”-Walter Moers

 

“If what I reading has the power to grip me, I can read under the most difficult circumstances.”-Walter Moers



“An author owes a duty to the truth.”-Walter Moers

 

“When bad habits become a habit, you have to turn over a new leaf.”-Walter Moers

 

“I felt I ought to comment on that, but nothing occurred to me.”-Walter Moers

 

“Why not ask yourself whether your other dreams are real? You go on trips and undergo the strangest experiences every night. How do you know they only take place in your mind?”-Walter Moers

 

“There are times when the truth is the worst possible thing you can come out with.”-Walter Moers

 

“The Central Indian Trifakirs, though something of a pest, were quite harmless. They always appeared in threes, of course, and made a practice of handing out muddle-headed philosophical tracts.”-Walter Moers

 

Famous Walter Moers Quotes

 

“If flatness were funny, a dinner plate would be hilarious.”-Walter Moers

“You can’t beat a good education!”-Walter Moers

 

“Knowledge is the night!”-Walter Moers

 

“That’s the reward for your good deed,’ I explained, ‘a clear conscience. It really perks you up.”-Walter Moers

 

“I simply wasn’t born to remain in the same place forevermore…”-Walter Moers

 

“I’m as good as dead, but they haven’t buried me yet.”-Walter Moers

 

“A blue bear has twenty-seven lives. I shall recount thirteen-and-a-half of them in this book but keep quiet about the rest. A bear must have his secrets, after all; they make him seem attractive and mysterious.”-Walter Moers

 

“Stealing from one author is plagiarism; from many authors, research.”-Walter Moers

 

“Never trust a Troglotroll”-Walter Moers

“Really good literature is seldom appreciated in its own day. The best authors die poor, the bad ones make money – it’s always been like that.”-Walter Moers

 

“Life is too precious to be left to chance”-Walter Moers

 

“Having jettisoned all my ballast, I concentrated on escaping.”-Walter Moers

 

“I had dispensed with a rudder on the principle that fate must be given a chance.”-Walter Moers

 

“He wasn’t such a bad fellow after all. The rudiments of self-improvement and the intention to achieve it were definitely present.”-Walter Moers

 

Best Walter Moers Quotes

 

“People always covet what they themselves do not possess.”-Walter Moers

“I now understood the secret of music and knew what makes it so infinitely superior to all the other arts: its incorporeality. Once it has left an instrument it becomes its own master, a free and independent creature of sound, weightless, incorporeal and perfectly in tune with the universe.”-Walter Moers

 

“Someone with an obsession for arranging things in alphabetical order was an absurdist, whereas someone with an obsession for arranging them in reverse alphabetical order was a zyxedist.”-Walter Moers

 

“The written word is redundant on the high seas. Why? Because paper gets wet too easily.”-Walter Moers

 

“From the stars, we come to the stars we go. Life is but a journey into the unknown.”-Walter Moers

 

Greatest Walter Moers Quotes

 

“It’s quite simple, just follow the dotted line,” the Planmaker explained. “Don’t let any bad idea lead you astray. Don’t let them persuade you to take a short cut or take one yourself. Life is a winding path. One sometimes has to make detours. That’s my humble opinion, anyway.”-Walter Moers

 

“There is no such thing as a moral or an immoral book. Books are well written or badly written, that’s all.”-Walter Moers

 

“Reading is an intelligent way of not having to think.”-Walter Moers

“Anyone can write. Some people can write a bit better than others; they’re called authors. Then there are some who can write better than authors; they’re called artists.”-Walter Moers

 

“Ordinary folk prefer familiar tastes – they’d sooner eat the same things all the time – but a gourmet would sample a fried park bench just to know how it tastes.”-Walter Moers

 

“He gave me a look of mingled anticipation, curiosity, and compassion, like a cat with a captive bird in its claws.”-Walter Moers

 

“However great the challenge, it’s easier to overcome with a decent meal inside of you.”-Walter Moers

 

“On horseback, you feel as if you’re moving in time to classical music; a camel seems to progress to the beat of a drum played by a drunk.”-Walter Moers

 

“I never trained, however, because I was a spontaneous talent. Practicing spoiled my style.”-Walter Moers

 

“I’ve never thought much of a strictly organized and methodical study. You can’t arrange a library in alphabetical order until you’ve collected one.”-Walter Moers

 

“If he survived Roaming Rock, he kept telling himself, death would have lost its sting.”-Walter Moers