65 Fuzzy Quotes On Success In Life

These fuzzy quotes will inspire you. Fuzzy having a frizzy, fluffy, or frayed texture or appearance or difficult to perceive clearly or understand and explain precisely; indistinct or vague.A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging fuzzy quotes, fuzzy sayings, and fuzzy proverbs.

Best Fuzzy Quotes

  1. “There is no point in having sharp images when you’ve fuzzy ideas.” ~ Jean-Luc Godard
  2. “There is nothing worse than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept.” ~ Ansel Adams
  3. “I remember a time when things were a lot more fun around here, when good was good and evil was evil, before things got fuzzy.” ~ Don Henley
  4. “The difference between science and the fuzzy subjects is that science requires reasoning while those other subjects merely require scholarship.” ~ Robert A. Heinlein

  5. “I’m optimistic. I see no longer people accepting fuzzy thinking in the world. The change is not that people aren’t still saying under-informed things. The change is that if you’re in power and you say something under-informed, there are people out there with a voice who will take you to task for having done so” ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson
  6. “From time to time, it is worth wandering around the fuzzy border regions of what you do, if only to remind yourself that no human activity is an island.” ~ Julian Baggini
  7. “That’s the story of my life; I always get the fuzzy end of the lollipop.” ~ Marilyn Monroe
  8. “When I started in this [music] business, I had a dream, but it was amorphous, and I had no experience. I just had a fuzzy notion of what life would be like if I became what I pictured.” ~ Bette Midler

  9. “One cannot set out to make a work that’s spiritual. What is a contemporary iconography for the spiritual? Is it some fuzzy space?” ~ Anish Kapoor
  10. “Liberty, freedom and democracy are very fuzzy words, but human rights is very specific.” ~ Joichi Ito
  11. “There is a fuzzy but real distinction that can and I believe should be made, between patriotism, which is attachment to a way of life, and nationalism, which is the insistence that your way of life deserves to rule over other ways of life.” ~ Todd Gitlin
  12. “Fuzzy thinking leads to hesitancy in acting. Clear thinking makes it easier to act boldly and consistently.” ~ Steve Pavlina

  13. “But sometimes, too, you have this little feeling of knowing, this fuzzy, gnawing sense that someone will become a major something in your life. You just know that theirs will be a life you will enter and become a part of.” ~ Deb Caletti
  14. “People feel removed from sexism. ‘I’m not a sexist, but I’m not a feminist.’ They think there’s this fuzzy middle ground. There’s no fuzzy middle ground. You either believe that women are people or you don’t. It’s that simple.” ~ Joss Whedon
  15. “Who is the enemy? Who is holding back more rapid movement to the better society that is reasonable and possible with available resources?…Evil, stupidity, apathy, the ‘system’ are not the enemy…The real enemy is fuzzy thinking on the part of good, intelligent, vital people…In short, the enemy is strong natural servants who have the potential to lead but do not lead, or who choose to follow a non-servant.” ~ Robert K. Greenleaf
  16. “I’m extremely compassionate, loving, all of those warm fuzzy things, but the outer shell doesn’t project that all the time.” ~ Frank Ocean

  17. “If we get away from the lazy and fuzzy thinking that is like a poison in our society – if we get away from all the bad television that we tend to watch – and begin to take up serious meditation and other sacred exercises, we will have a real revolution of consciousness. If that happens, the world will change by itself.” ~ Marianne Williamson
  18. “He tried to learn seductive phrases in all languages, but the only Swedish he had ever really needed was, “Do you serve anything aside from pickled fish?” and “If you wrap me in furs, I can pretend to be your little fuzzy bear.” ~ Cassandra Clare
  19. “Brian Eno and Robert Fripp’s foray into some artful excursions into some ethereal electric experiments. There was a lot curious activities emerging in London, Amsterdam, and Berlin back then developing some fiercely fuzzy of synth-like effects way outside the norm which really blew the lid off things.” ~ Billy Gibbons
  20. “I have heard upscale adult U.S. citizens ask the ship’s Guest Relations Desk whether snorkeling necessitates getting wet…I now know the precise mixocological difference between a Slippery Nipple and a fuzzy navel.” ~ David Foster Wallace

  21. “I think, like most people, my moral values tend to be pretty fuzzy.” ~ Mick Jagger
  22. “Community connectedness is not just about warm fuzzy tales of civic triumph. In measurable and well-documented ways, social capital makes an enormous difference in our lives…Social capital makes us smarter, healthier, safer, richer, and better able to govern a just and stable democracy.” ~ Robert D. Putnam
  23. “The fuzzy boundary lines between different readership ages have always puzzled me, so these days I just write what comes, and assume I can fix the mess later with an editor’s help.” ~ Julie Berry
  24. “Once in a while, I see my fellow TV investors praise a business just because they like the entrepreneur behind it. That kind of thinking might make you feel warm and fuzzy inside – but let’s get back to reality.” ~ Kevin O’Leary

  25. “I’m getting all warm and fuzzy inside at the prospect of these demon things roaming the street, preying on us. (Tate)” ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon
  26. “It was one of those and so they died/the end stories, that made us demigods feels all warm and fuzzy inside.-Percy” ~ Rick Riordan
  27. “Speak up,’ says Myrna who has a fuzzy white caterpillar of a moustache. ‘My hearing’s not so good.’ ‘I WAS SHOT IN THE HEAD.’ Liz turns to Thandi. ‘I thought you said you didn’t remember how you got the hole in your head.’ Thandi apologizes. ‘I just remembered.’ ‘Shot in the head!’ Florence-scratchy-voice says. ‘Oy, that’s rough.’ ‘Aw, it’s nothing special. Happens pretty regularly where I’m from,’ Thandi says. ‘WHAT?’ asks Myrna with the moustache. ‘Say it toward my left ear, that’s the good one.’ ‘I SAID, “IT’S NOTHING SPECIAL,”‘ Thandi yells/” ~ Gabrielle Zevin
  28. “Despicable creatures, vultures: without a doubt the most disgusting birds ever. I suppose they served their purpose, but did they have to be so greasy and ugly? Couldn’t we have cute fuzzy rabbits that cleaned up roadkill instead?” ~ Rick Riordan

  29. “The locker at the end of her bed had no lock, and one of the hinges was busted. She opened it up. There was a thing in it. The thing might have been a sandwich at some point, or an animal, or a human hand…but what it was now was fuzzy and putrid. A minute later, Ginny was down the stairs, out the door, and gone.” ~ Maureen Johnson
  30. “What we have at the moment isn’t as the old liturgies used to say, ‘the sure and certain hope of the resurrection of the dead,’ but a vague and fuzzy optimism that somehow things may work out in the end.” ~ N. T. Wright
  31. “Does fuzzy logic tickle?” ~ Steven Wright
  32. “There was a time when I kept track of it all; when my mind worked like a giant lint brush being swept over the fuzzy surface of popular culture. But these days, pop culture seems to have gotten fuzzier and fuzzier; notoriety comes and goes in the snap of a finger.” ~ Susan Orlean

  33. “I’m healthy, have a loving and adorable family, great hunting dogs, a gravity defying musical career and most importantly, fuzzy-headed idiots hate me.” ~ Ted Nugent
  34. “Your father wasn’t a positive influence on you, was he? (Simone) Being the god of nightmares, he wasn’t a warm fuzzy bunny. Unless you count Happy Bunny. Amazingly the two of them have a lot in common…And I have to say that I’ve developed a fondness for that pissy rodent. (Xypher)” ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon
  35. “I might not like the fact that you are my commander, Greek, but as a soldier I will obey you regardless of my personal distaste for your company. (Valerius) Gee, T-Red, doesn’t it make you all warm and fuzzy just to be near him? (Talon)” ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon
  36. “The liberal vision of America is that it should be less arrogant, less unilateral, more internationalist. In Obama’s view, America would subsume itself under a fuzzy internationalism in which the international community, which I think is a fiction, governs itself through the U.N.” ~ Charles Krauthammer

  37. “Some kids get called “bundles of joy” or “slices of heaven” or “dreams come true.” We got “the fifty-fourth generation of DNA experiments.” Doesn’t have the same warm and fuzzy feel. But maybe I’m oversensitive.” ~ James Patterson
  38. “The human brain works as a binary computer and can only analyze the exact information-based zeros and ones (or black and white). Our heart is more like a chemical computer that uses fuzzy logic to analyze information that can’t be easily defined in zeros and ones.” ~ Naveen Jain
  39. “A Wrackspurt . . . They’re invisible. They float in through your ears and make your brain go fuzzy,” she said. “I thought I felt one zooming around in here.” ~ J. K. Rowling
  40. “My grandmother used to embarrass me more, when she would pick me up from school wearing a big fuzzy hat. I didn’t like that.” ~ Adam Sandler

  41. “To experience the satisfaction and enjoyment of success in life, a definitive goal is essential. Many people fail at this vital point. The goal must be definite and specific, not in any sense vague or fuzzy. And to prove attainable, its image needs to be sharpened and resharpened continually, so that it stands out vividly in your thoughts. You must know, at all times, precisely and for certain what it is you want to accomplish and achieve. Strong and organized purposefulness toward a definite objective will focus your powers into a strong motivation in attainment of your goal.” ~ Norman Vincent Peale
  42. “Drinking alcohol takes you into a lower state of mind. If you drink a lot of it, things get very fuzzy and they are not very sharp or defined. This brings you into a lower state of attention.” ~ Frederick Lenz
  43. “In the past two decades anthropologists have gathered data on life and death in pre-state societies rather than accepting the warm and fuzzy stereotypes. What did they find? In a nutshell: Hobbes was right, Rousseau was wrong.” ~ Steven Pinker
  44. “So to keep a fantasy, do not peer too closely at the world; fuzzy vision suits you best. Your creative power, turned away, is aimed inside to juggle fantasies, to solve the problems of a child’s intrigue.” ~ Arthur J. Deikman

  45. “It’s hard being such a powerful woman in the business. I’m known for not always being warm and fuzzy, because you’ll just get bulldozed over.” ~ Christina Aguilera
  46. “I made it to the childbearing phase without TV dependence, then looked around and thought, Well gee, why start now? Why get a pet python on the day you decide to raise fuzzy little gerbils?” ~ Barbara Kingsolver
  47. “Jefferson found in the religion phrases of the First Amendment no vague or fuzzy language to be bent or shaped or twisted as suited any Supreme Court Justice or White House incumbent. That amendment had built a wall, with the ecclesiastical estate on one side and the civil estate on the other.” ~ Edwin Gaustad
  48. “Words are a pretty fuzzy substitute for mathematical equations.” ~ Isaac Asimov

  49. “No matter how carefully records are kept and filed and computerized, they grow fuzzy with time. Stories grow by accretion. Tales accumulate–like dust. The longer the time lapse, the dustier the history–until it degenerates into fables.” ~ Isaac Asimov
  50. “The concept of ‘measurement’ becomes so fuzzy on reflection that it is quite surprising to have it appearing in physical theory at the most fundamental level … does not any analysis of measurement require concepts more fundamental than measurement? And should not the fundamental theory be about these more fundamental concepts?” ~ John Stewart Bell
  51. “I am willing to believe that my unobtainable sixty seconds within a sponge or a flatworm might not reveal any mental acuity that I would care to call consciousness. But I am also confident […] that vultures and sloths, as close evolutionary relatives with the same basic set of organs, lie on our side of any meaningful (and necessarily fuzzy) border and that we are therefore not mistaken when we look them in the eye and see a glimmer of emotional and conceptual affinity.” ~ Stephen Jay Gould
  52. “Seeing you lights up my day, to hear your voice makes me smile all cheesy, to see you smile makes my heart all warm and fuzzy, when you say I love you makes my body weak.” ~ Alice Gardner

  53. “As an educator, I try to get people to be fundamentally curious and to question ideas that they might have or that are shared by others. In that state of mind, they have earned a kind of inoculation against the fuzzy thinking of these weird ideas floating around out there. So rather than correct the weird ideas, I would rather them to know how to think in the first place. Then they can correct the weird idea themselves.” ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson
  54. “Siphonophores do not convey the message a favorite theme of unthinking romanticism that nature is but one gigantic whole, all its parts intimately connected and interacting in some higher, ineffable harmony. Nature revels in boundaries and distinctions; we inhabit a universe of structure. But since our universe of structure has evolved historically, it must present us with fuzzy boundaries, where one kind of thing grades into another.” ~ Stephen Jay Gould
  55. “Intuition is a combination of insight and imagination that was once attributed to spiritual communication. Mathematicians call it ‘fuzzy logic,’ drawing conclusions from vague or subjective input. The mind becomes aware without the direct intervention of reasoning. Once you can imagine something you can begin the process of creating it. Executives use intuition to make many product, investment, and hiring decisions, even if they deny it. Success in business may depend on an accurate gut.” ~ Jennifer James
  56. “Fuzzy thinking is, after all, just one step above not thinking at all. But to take the ideas of serious transformational thinkers and philosophers and throw the “new age” label at them is also abhorrent.” ~ Marianne Williamson

  57. “People who think they can just do a non-stop flight to mystical, non-dual thinking, to get it out without going through the process, are usually not right. That’s airy-fairy thinking. They have to wait until they are hurt themselves, or they are cheated, or lied to or betrayed, and they will see that their non-dual thinking is not tested, or truly a gift of the spirit. It’s simply fuzzy thinking.” ~ Richard Rohr
  58. “Fuzzy logic will produce a computer that will even seem to have a personality. It will seem to have a character. It will be able to talk to you. It will be able to translate from one language to another instantaneously. You will be able to give it instructions. You will be able to tell it stories. If it doesn’t understand something, it will ask you.” ~ Owsley Stanley
  59. “When many people think of “new age” they think of crystals and purple decals and ceramic angels in people’s windows and a kind of fuzzy thinking – which is abhorrent to a serious person.” ~ Marianne Williamson
  60. “At 50, I thought proudly: Here we are, half century! Being 60 was fairly frightening. You want to know how I spent my 70th birthday? I put on a completely black face, a fuzzy black Afro wig, wore black clothes and hung a black wreath on my door.” ~ Bette Davis’

  61. “I have more appreciation for why the Bible avoids fuzzy psychologisms and says simply to the stealer, “Steal no more,” and to the tempted, “Flee temptation.” The Bible challenges us to look upward, not inward, for counsel at moments of crisis.” ~ Philip Yancey
  62. “If it is the case that our activities depend on how we ourselves see them, what we believe about them, then if we have crazy, fuzzy ideas about teaching, we will be likely to do crazy and fuzzy things in its name.” ~ Paul Q. Hirst
  63. “The border between good and evil is terribly fuzzy.” ~ Milan Kundera

  64. “[W]omen’s magazines know that more than two thirds of women pray each day so they tend to promote “spirituality” which is warm, soft, fuzzy, and “me-centered, ” rather than religion, which is definitely not. Shot with a soft-focus lens, spirituality in women’s media has morphed into another method of stress reduction. Lulling and inoffensive, spirituality is more about taking long walks and buying $65 Jo Malone scented candles than making ethical decisions or moral judgments. It’s another way to calm ourselves, refresh ourselves, or applaud ourselves.” ~ Myrna Blyth
  65. “We live in a world where it has become politically correct to avoid absolutes. Many want all religions to be given the same honor, and all gods regarded as equally true and equally fictitious. But take these same people, who want fuzzy, all-inclusive thinking in spiritual matters, and put them on an airplane. You will find they insist on a very dogmatic, intolerant pilot who will stay on the straight and narrow glidepath so their life will not come to a violent end short of the runway. They want no fuzzy thinking here!” ~ Jack T. Chick

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