41 Bare Feet Quotes On Success In Life

These bare feet quotes will inspire you. Bare Feet, not wearing any shoes or socks.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, knowledgeable, and encouraging bare feet quotes, bare feet sayings, and bare feet proverbs.

Best Bare Feet Quotes

  1. “The old people came literally to love the soil and they sat or reclined on the ground with a feeling of being close to a mothering power. The soil was soothing, strengthening, cleansing and healing.” ~ Luther Standing Bear
  2. “The first time I went to West Virginia I was surprised by how poor it was. It was like north India, there’s kids running around in bare feet. The white working class has been disenfranchised as well. It’s been disenfranchised by the liberal-left as well as the conservative-right. You really have to get people right across America and Britain and Europe and the world as a whole concentrating on the economic issues that affect them, because when you don’t have that, you have all these phony, racist and cultural wars, and sexist wars.” ~ Irvine Welsh
  3. “I hung out with some crazy desert people. One guy was just walking around with only shorts on – he’d been walking with bare feet for the last two years. He was totally scarred and eating on all fours like a dog.” ~ Lykke Li
  4. “Be sure you put your feet in the right place, then stand firm.” ~ Abraham Lincoln

  5. “I like to walk, touch living Mother Earth—bare feet best, and thrill every step. Used to envy happy reptiles that had advantage of so much body in contact with earth, bosom to bosom. [We] live with our heels as well as head and most of our pleasure comes in that way.” ~ John Muir
  6. “Bare Foot Folk and is full of really interesting songs, Ange Hardy takes folk tales and creates new folk songs that sound traditional around the story. This is one she’s called mother willow tree, it’s beautiful” ~ Mike Harding
  7. “Cecy, what are you doing here?” She took a step forward, then paused on the threshold, glancing down at her bare feet. “I could ask of you the same.” “I like to talk to the horses at night. They make good company. And you should not be out and about in your nightgown. There are Lightwoods wandering these halls.” ~ Cassandra Clare
  8. “Give me a mystery – just a plain and simple one – a mystery which is diffidence and silence, a slim little bare-foot mystery: give me a mystery – just one!” ~ Yevgeny Yevtushenko
  9. “We live with our heels as well as head and most of our pleasure comes in that way.” ~ John Muir

  10. “I like feet. I definitely have a fetish. I love to see a man’s bare foot, but it’s got to be taken care of. If they’re not well manicured, you’ve got to wonder what the rest of him is like. [laughs] I don’t want to get in bed with somebody and feel his gnarly feet.” ~ Brooke Burke
  11. “The first four months of writing the book, my mental image is scratching with my hands through granite. My other image is pushing a train up the mountain, and it’s icy, and I’m in bare feet.” ~ Mary Higgins Clark
  12. “I usually get myself into situations that cause sparks. I mean I’m a girl that likes the storms. I love feeling alive, I love walking out in the cold in my bare feet and feeling the ice on my toes.” ~ Tori Amos
  13. “Only two people have been on the cover of Time Magazine in bare feet. I’m one, the other is Gandhi.” ~ Marc Andreessen

  14. “While we’re young and beautiful, living free and easy. Here without a worry, dancing in our bare feet because when the summer’s done we might not be so young and beautiful.” ~ Carrie Underwood
  15. “The old people came literally to love the soil and they sat or reclined on the ground with a feeling of being close to a mothering power. It was good for the skin to touch the earth and the old people liked to remove their moccasins and walk with bare feet on the sacred earth. Their tipis were built upon the earth and their altars were made of earth. The birds that flew into the air came to rest upon the earth and it was the final abiding place of all things that lived and grew. The soil was soothing, strengthening, cleansing and healing.” ~ Luther Standing Bear
  16. “I tried on the farmer’s hat, Didn’t fit. . . A little too small – just a bit Too floppy. . . . . I tried on the summer sun, Felt good. Nice and warm – knew it would. Tried the grass beneath bare feet, Felt neat. Finally, finally felt well dressed, Nature’s clothes fit me best.” ~ Shel Silverstein
  17. “If the gas pedal on your car is shaped like a bare foot, you might be a redneck.” ~ Jeff Foxworthy

  18. “Humans cannot fly, but they can get the flying feeling. All they need to do is go out at night into a wild storm where the thunder roars like applause and the lightning throws itself in daggers of light at your bare feet and you suddenly find you are not afraid.” ~ Hilary McKay
  19. “The front door flew open, and Mary shot out of the house, jumping off the porch, not even bothering with the steps to the ground. She ran over the frost-laden grass in her bare feet and threw herself at him, grabbing on to his neck with both arms. She held him so tightly his spine cracked. She was sobbing. Bawling. Crying so hard her whole body was shaking. He didn’t ask any questions, just wrapped himself around her. I’m not okay,” she said hoarsely between breaths. “Rhage…I’m not okay.” ~ J.R. Ward
  20. “A cowboy, a lawyer, and a mechanic watched Queen of the Damned,” I murmured. Warren—who had once, a long time ago, been a cowboy—snickered and wiggled his bare feet. “It could be the beginning of either a bad joke or a horror story.” “No,” said Kyle, the lawyer, whose head was propped up on my thigh. “If you want a horror story, you have to start out with a werewolf, his gorgeous lover, and a walker.” ~ Patricia Briggs
  21. “Bare feet are the best shoes!” ~ David Belle

  22. “A ranch hand, equivalent of the old gaucho, rides after an ostrich, swinging three-thonged and weighted baleadoras. Note how only the toe of the boot is in the stirrup iron. In old times, the gaucho often rode with only the great toe of the bare foot in a metal ring.” ~ Luis Marden
  23. “When Isaiah predicted that spears would become pruning hooks, that’s a reference to cultivating. Pruning and trimming and growing and paying close attention to the plants and whether they’re getting enough water and if their roots are deep enough. Soil under the fingernails, grapes being trampled under bare feet, fingers sticky from handling fresh fruit. It’s that green stripe you get around the sole of your shoes when you mow the lawn. Life in the age to come. Earthy.” ~ Rob Bell
  24. “Nineteen eighty is almost here, thank God. the hippies are getting old, they blew their brains on acid and now they’re begging on street corners all over San Francisco. Their hair is tangled and their bare feet are thick and gray as shoes. We’re sick of them.” ~ Jennifer Egan
  25. “I want to be where your bare foot walks, because maybe before you step, you’ll look at the ground. I want that blessing” ~ Rumi

  26. “Who I am on stage is very, very different to who I am in real life. But I don’t see that having a sexy image when you are on stage means that you don’t love God. No one knows what I’m really like from that. I like to walk around with bare feet and I don’t like to comb my hair. I’m always so glammed up and so diva on stage and that’s what they see. People don’t understand that… No one knows my personal relationship with God and it’s not up to me to prove that to anyone.” ~ Beyonce Knowles
  27. “We can’t have an idea of what life should look like, about how spirit should be manifesting as our very life, because all of those ideas would just be products of the past – something we learned, imagined, or desired. Once again, we find ourselves back in the unknown – not in the idea of the unknown, but in the lived reality of it. It’s the mind humbled, on its knees, with bare feet and free of the known.” ~ Adyashanti
  28. “Take a shot in front of D.L. Probing for a vein in my dirty bare foot… Junkies have no shame… They are impervious to the repugnance of others. It is doubtful if shame can exist in the absence of sexual libido… The junky’s shame disappears with his nonsexual sociability which is also dependent on libido.” ~ William S. Burroughs
  29. “I find it a lot healthier for me to be someplace where I can go outside in my bare feet.” ~ James Taylor

  30. “So I stood up and did a handstand on my Guru’s roof, to celebrate the notion of liberation. I felt the dusty tiles under my hands. I felt my own strength and balance. I felt the easy night breeze on the palms of my bare feet. This kind of thing — a spontaneous handstand–isn’t something a disembodied cool blue soul can do, but a human being can do it. We have hands; we can stand on them if we want to. That’s our privilege. That’s the joy of a mortal body. And that’s why God needs us. Because God loves to feel things through our hands.” ~ Elizabeth Gilbert
  31. “Yoga class is intimate even just from the standpoint of taking off your socks. Exposing your bare feet can be a big deal. You may be an African American next to a Caucasian or a Latino. But once practice begins and we drop in, separation dissolves.” ~ James Fox
  32. “Where I lived – winter and hard earth.I sat in my cold stone roomchoosing tough words, granite, flint,to break the ice. My broken heart -I tried that, but it skimmed,flat, over the frozen lake.She came from a long, long way,but I saw her at last, walking,my daughter, my girl, across the fields,In bare feet, bringing all spring’s flowersto her mother’s house. I swearthe air softened and warmed as she moved,the blue sky smiling, none too soon,with the small shy mouth of a new moon.” ~ Carol Ann Duffy
  33. “And forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.” ~ Khalil Gibran

  34. “Let the children be free; encourage them; let them run outside when it is raining; let them remove their shoes when they find a puddle of water; and when the grass of the meadows is wet with dew, let them run on it and trample it with their bare feet; let them rest peacefully when a tree invites them to sleep beneath its shade; let them shout and laugh when the sun wakes them in the morning.” ~ Maria Montessori
  35. “I was ravenous for my child and took to gorging myself in the boneyard, hoping that she might possibly meet me halfway, or just beyond, one night, if only for an instant—step back into her own bare feet, onto the wet grass or fallen leaves or snowy ground of the living Enon, so that we could share just one last human word.” ~ Paul Harding
  36. “I have the same pet peeve as Anderson Cooper, which is bare feet in public. I hate it. It so grosses me out, especially in New York. Oh my God, New York in the summer with people and their feet in their sandals and their flip-flops, like get it away!” ~ Busy Philipps
  37. “She is your treasure, she must have a husband;
    I must dance bare-foot on her wedding day,
    And, for your love to her, lead apes in hell.” ~ William Shakespeare
  38. “I like to walk around with bare feet and I don’t like to comb my hair.” ~ Beyonce Knowles

  39. “I know what the problem is, of course. The disorientation, the distraction, the difficulty focusing – all classic Phase One signs of deliria. But I don’t care. If pneumonia felt this good I’d stand out in the snow in the winter with bare feet and no coat, or march into the hospital and kiss pneumonia patients” ~ Lauren Oliver
  40. “Love That’s it: The cashless commerce. The blanket always too short. The loose connexion. To search behind the horizon. To brush fallen leaves with four shoes and in one’s mind to rub bare feet. To let and rent hearts; or in a room with shower and mirror, in a hired car, bonnet facing the moon, wherever innocence stops and burns its programme, the word in falsetto sounds different and new each time. Today, in front of a box office not yet open, hand in hand crackled the hangdog old man and the dainty old woman. The film promised love.” ~ Gunter Grass
  41. “Riley was quiet for a minute. She gathered her blanket all around her. “Paul always loved you, Alice. He knows I know that. I know he loves me, too. But it’s different.” Alice opened her mouth, but nothing came out at first. “He loved me once. But I think that part is over,” she said slowly. “No, it’s not. It hasn’t even begun.” Riley took Alice’s bare foot in her hand and squeezed it. “I told him, though, that he better be good to you. When you came along, I said I’d share you, but I told him to remember that you’re my sister. I loved you first.”” ~ Ann Brashares

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