Tricksters Quotes,

"Trickster, love will be the end of you." Michael Buckley. IMG
"If there was a trick, there must be a trickster." Dorothy Richardson. IMG
"i am a trickster who doesn't know solitude" Tite Kubo. IMG
"All gods are tricksters, and war gods worst of any." Janet Morris. IMG
"Nature conceals her secrets because she is sublime, not because she is a trickster." Albert Einstein. IMG
"The future is a trickster rabbit, full of surprises. Only the past is predictable. -Bobby Goodspeed" James Howe. IMG
"Memory is a fascinating trickster. Words and images have enormous power and can easily displace actual experience over the years." Stephen Jay Gould. IMG
"The art of a news reporter is to learn how to lull a victim, because all good reporters are confidence tricksters in embryo." Derek Tangye. IMG
"The inscrutability [of economics] is perhaps not unintentional. It gives endless employment to dialecticians who otherwise might become public charges or, at very worst, swindlers and tricksters." Jack Vance. IMG
"Rage was sometimes a useful ally in the heat of a fight, but it was a trickster. It made everything seem possible." Jonathan Maberry. IMG
"The trickster's function is to break taboos, create mischief, stir things up. In the end, the trickster gives people what they really want, some sort of freedom." Tom Robbins. IMG
"The trickster, the riddler, the keeper of balance, he of the many faces who finds life in death and who fears no evil; he who walks through doors." Christopher Paolini. IMG
"Everything depends on whether we have for opponents those French tricksters or those daring rascals, the English. I prefer the English. Frequently their daring can only be described as stupidity. In their eyes it may be pluck and daring." Manfred Von Richthofen. IMG
"And I think it's because good cons are all based on the victim's need, and the successful con artist is the one, I guess, who can exploit that. I remember reading something about this, that one of the great traits of confidence tricksters is the level that they flatter their victim." Alfred Molina. IMG
"This is a gathering of Lovers. In this gathering there is no high, no low, no smart, no ignorant, no special assembly, no grand discourse, no proper schooling required. There is no master, no disciple. This gathering is more like a drunken party, full of tricksters, fools, mad men and mad women. This is a gathering of Lovers." Rumi. IMG
"Think of brilliant trickster Vik Muniz as the offspring of Man Ray and Jacques Henri Lartigue, combining the former's relentless experimentation, the latter's effortless wit, and their mutual inventiveness in work that defies category." Vince Aletti. IMG
"Failure is a trickster with a keen sense of irony and cunning. It takes great delight in tripping one when success is almost within reach." Napoleon Hill. IMG
"I am not times fool, nor a god hardened by the millennia; I am not the trickster in the black cape nor the sorrowful wanderer. I have a conscience. I know right from wrong I know what I do and yes, I do it. I am the Vampire Lestat. That's your answer do with it as you will." Anne Rice. IMG
"He was beautiful, that was always affirmed, but his beauty was hard to fix or to see, for he was always glimmering, flickering, melting, mixing, he was the shape of a shapeless flame, he was the eddying thread of needle-shapes in the shapeless mass of the waterfall. He was the invisible wind that hurried the clouds in billows and ribbons. You could see a bare tree on the skyline bent by the wind, holding up twisted branches and bent twigs, and suddenly its formless form would resolve itself into that of the trickster." A S Byatt. IMG
"No event for the Koyukon - or for most other indigenous peoples - is ever entirely meaningless or accidental, but neither is any event entirely predetermined or fated. Rather like the trickster, Raven, who first gave it its current form, the sensuous world is a spontaneous, playful and dangerous mystery in which we participate, an articulate and improvisational field of powers ever responsive to human actions and spoken words." David Abram. IMG
"To live On means not yours-be brave in silks and laces, Gallant in steeds; splendid in banquets; all Not yours. Given, uninherited, unpaid for; This is to be a trickster; and to filch Men's art and labour, which to them is wealth, Life, daily bread;-quitting all scores with "friend, You're troublesome!" Why this, forgive me, Is what, when done with a less dainty grace, Plain folks call "Theft." Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton. IMG


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