Mingle Quotes On Success In Life

These mingle quotes will inspire you. Mingle mix or cause to mix together or move freely around a place or at a social function, associating with others.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging mingle quotes, mingle sayings, and mingle proverbs.

Best Mingle Quotes

  1. “The source of all life and knowledge is in #‎ man and #‎ woman , and the source of all living is in the interchange and the meeting and mingling of these two: man-life and woman-life, man-knowledge and woman-knowledge , man-being and woman-being.” ~ D. H. Lawrence
  2. “Do you know what friendship is… it is to be brother and sister; two souls which touch without mingling, two fingers on one hand.” ~ Victor Hugo
  3. “All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on.” ~ Havelock Ellis
  4. “The human understanding is like a false mirror, which, receiving rays irregularly, distorts and discolors the nature of things by mingling its own nature with it.” ~ Francis Bacon

  5. “The rugged trees are mingling Their flowery sprays in love; The ivy climbs the laurel To clasp the boughs above.” ~ William C. Bryant
  6. “Mingling religion with politics may be disavowed and reprobated by every inhabitant of America.” ~ Thomas Paine
  7. “More than kisses, letters mingle souls.” ~ John Donne
  8. “Science, which cuts its way through the muddy pond of daily life without mingling with it, casts its wealth to right and left, but the puny boatmen do not know how to fish for it.” ~ Alexander Herzen

  9. “It is not classified as a pagan religion. The so-called New Age activities and this are not called religions and therefore don’t come under the prohibition of mingling church and state that we have in this country.” ~ Dixie Lee Ray
  10. “People nowadays like to be together not in the old-fashioned way of, say, mingling on the piazza of an Italian Renaissance city, but, instead, huddled together in traffic jams, bus queues, on escalators and so on. It’s a new kind of togetherness which may seem totally alien, but it’s the togetherness of modern technology.” ~ J. G. Ballard
  11. “Russian ladies, for the most part, cherish only Platonic love, without mingling any thought of matrimony with it; and Platonic love is exceedingly embarrassing.” ~ Mikhail Lermontov
  12. “I can mingle with the stars and throw a party on Mars

    I am a prisoner, locked up behind Xanax bars” ~ Lil Wayne

  13. “We do not grow absolutely, chronologically. We grow sometimes in one dimension, and not in another, unevenly. We grow partially. We are relative. We are mature in one realm, childish in another. The past, present, and future mingle and pull us backward, forward, or fix us in the present. We are made of layers, cells, constellations.” ~ Anais Nin
  14. “It’s not a bad thing for a writer not to feel at home. Writers – we’re much more comfortable at parties standing in the corner watching everybody else having a good time than we are mingling.” ~ Neil Gaiman
  15. “The Idols of Tribe have their foundation in human nature itself, and in the tribe or race of men. For it is a false assertion that the sense of man is the measure of things. On the contrary, all perceptions as well of the sense as of the mind are according to the measure of the individual and not according to the measure of the universe. And the human understanding is like a false mirror, which, receiving rays irregularly, distorts and discolors the nature of things by mingling its own nature with it.” ~ Francis Bacon
  16. “You know the typical crowd, Wow, it’s Friday night, what are you going to do? Just sit there? Well, yeah. Because there’s nothing out there. It’s stupidity. Stupid people mingling with stupid people. Let them stupidify themselves. I’ve never been bothered with the need to rush out into the night. That’s all. Sorry for all the millions, but I’ve never been lonely. I like myself. I’m the best form of entertainment I have.” ~ Charles Bukowski
  17. “I’m shy, but I’m not clinically shy. I don’t have social anxiety disorder or anything like that. I more have a gentle shyness. Like, I have a little trouble mingling at parties.” ~ Samantha Bee

  18. “The magic of the street is the mingling of the errand and the epiphany.” ~ Rebecca Solnit
  19. “If angels stoop from visions of more than earthly beauty to spells of less than earthly worth, they are but fallen angels, mingling divine utterances with the babblings of madness, and the madness is not the divineness.” ~ Edwin Hubbel Chapin
  20. “There is a certain artificial polish, a commonplace vivacity acquired by perpetually mingling in the beau monde; which, in the commerce of world, supplies the place of natural suavity and good-humour, but is purchased at the expense of all original and sterling traits of character.” ~ Washington Irving
  21. “White people, wake up before it is too late. Do you want Negroes working beside you, your wife and your daughters, in your mills and factories? Frank Graham favors mingling of the races.” ~ Jesse Helms

  22. “One particular aspect of Siddhartha’s revelation of the outside world has always struck me. Quite possibly he lived his first thirty years without any knowledge of number. How must he have felt, then, to see crowds of people mingling in the streets? Before that day he would not have believed that so many people existed in all the world. And what wonder it must have been to discover flocks of birds, and piles of stones, leaves on trees and blades of grass! To suddenly realise that, his whole life long, he had been kept at arm’s length from multiplicity.” ~ Daniel Tammet
  23. “We need to feel the cheer and inspiration of meeting each other, we need to gain the courage and fresh life that comes from the mingling of congenial souls, of those working for the same ends.” ~ Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin
  24. “God formed us for His pleasure, and so formed us that we as well as He can in divine communion enjoy the sweet and mysterious mingling of kindred personalities. He meant us to see Him and live with Him and draw our life from His smile.” ~ Aiden Wilson Tozer

  25. “Charles V used to say that “the more languages a man knew, he was so many more times a man.” Each new form of human speech introduces one into a new world of thought and life. So in some degree is it in traversing other continents and mingling with other races. As a hawk flieth not high with one wing, even so a man reacheth not to excellence with one tongue.” ~ Roger Ascham
  26. “Photography has saturated us as spectators from its inception amidst a mingling of laboratorial pursuits and magic acts to its current status as propagator of convention, cultural commodity, and global hobby.” ~ Barbara Kruger
  27. “There is a deeper pleasure in following truth to the scaffold or the cross, than in joining the multitudinous retinue, and mingling our shouts with theirs, when victorious error celebrates its triumphs.” ~ Horace Mann
  28. “It is like most other ancient books – a mingling of falsehood and truth, of philosophy and folly – all written by men, and most of the men only partially civilized. Some of its laws are good – some infinitely barbarous. None of the miracles related were performed. . . . Take out the absurdities, the miracles, all that pertains to the supernatural – all the cruel and barbaric laws – and to the remainder I have no objection. Neither would I have for it any great admiration.” ~ Robert Green Ingersoll
  29. “The man was running away with the rest, and selling his papers for a shilling each as he ran—a grotesque mingling of profit and panic.” ~ H. G. Wells

  30. “Joy and sorrow in this world pass into each other, mingling their forms and their murmurs in the twilight of life as mysterious as an overshadowed ocean, while the dazzling brightness of supreme hopes lies far off, fascinating and still, on the distant edge of the horizon” ~ Joseph Conrad
  31. “He leaned closer, their faces drawing near, and he could feel the heat of her breath mingling with his. He closed his eyes against the memory of a thousand other kisses and touched his lips to hers. He felt a kind of spark, and all at once he felt her slowly coming back to him. She was the arm that held him close in times of trouble, she was the whisper on the pillow beside him at night.” ~ Nicholas Sparks
  32. “And then like thunder broke the frost, The chill wall fell, and morrowless Immortal maid and man embraced Their light and shadow mingling.” ~ Alison Croggon

  33. “Where the wave of moonlight glosses The dim gray sands with light, Far off by furthest Rosses We foot it all the night, Weaving olden dances, Mingling hands and mingling glances Till the moon has taken flight; To and fro we leap And chase the frothy bubbles, While the world is full of troubles And is anxious in its sleep. . . .” ~ William Butler Yeats
  34. “Do you know what friendship is?’ he asked. ‘Yes,’ replied the gypsy; ‘it is to be brother and sister; two souls which touch without mingling, two fingers on one hand.’ ‘And love?’ pursued Gringoire. ‘Oh! love!’ said she, and her voice trembled, and her eye beamed. ‘That is to be two and to be but one. A man and a woman mingled into one angel. It is heaven.” ~ Victor Hugo
  35. “You walked in, laughing, tears welling confused, mingling in your throat. How can you be so many women to so many people, oh you strange girl?” ~ Sylvia Plath
  36. “There is a passion of reverence, almost of pity, mingling with the love of an honest man for a pure girl, which makes it the most exquisite, perhaps, of all human sentiments.” ~ Lucas Malet

  37. “The Godhead is, to speak concisely, undivided there is one mingling of Light, as it were of three suns joined to each other.” ~ Gregory of Nazianzus
  38. “Intricate minglings of different uses in cities are not a form of chaos. On the contrary, they represent a complex and highly developed form of order.” ~ Jane Jacobs
  39. “My own lov’d light,
    That very soft and solemn spirit worships,
    That lovers love so well–strange joy is thine,
    Whose influence o’er all tides of soul hath power,
    Who lend’st thy light to rapture and despair;
    The glow of hope and wan hue of sick fancy
    Alike reflect thy rays: alike thou lightest
    The path of meeting or of parting love–
    Alike on mingling or on breaking hearts
    Thou smil’st in throned beauty!” ~ Charles Robert Maturin
  40. “…Any such unnatural union as the mingling of an exclusive system, such as homeopathy, with scientific medicine in a school,…(will) render every school adopting such a policy unworthy of support of the profession.” ~ Harris L Coulter

  41. “I was very unique as a child, dressed a certain way, acted a certain way, didn’t fit in with everybody. So I immediately got picked on, especially around the age of 12 and 13, when you start going to junior high and start mingling with the older kids. To counteract that, strictly for self-defense, I wanted to get bigger.” ~ John Cena
  42. “It is comparatively a faint and reflected beauty that is admired, not an essential and intrinsic one. It is because the old are weak, feel their mortality, and think that they have measured the strength of man. They will not boast; they will be frank and humble. Well, let them have the few poor comforts they can keep. Humility is still a very human virtue. They look back on life, and so see not into the future. The prospect of the young is forward and unbounded, mingling the future with the present.” ~ Henry David Thoreau
  43. “May we two stand,
    When we are dead, beyond the setting suns,
    A little from other shades apart,
    With mingling hair, and play upon one lute.” ~ William Butler Yeats
  44. “There’s not much high and low culture anymore: there’s just mingling streams of art and what matters is whether it’s good art or bad art.” ~ Neil Gaiman

  45. “This surpassed the fear of death. Death would be a mercy if it would make the feeling stop, the uncontrollable panic mingling with the mind-scrambling certainty of something sinister approaching, something with no need to hurry, something that would not be so kind as to let him die. The fear was palpable, suffocating, irresistible.” ~ Brandon Mull
  46. “I feel ashamed that so many of us cannot imagine a better way to do things than locking children up all day in cells instead of letting them grow up knowing their families, mingling with the world, assuming real obligations, striving to be independent and self-reliant and free.” ~ John Taylor Gatto
  47. “I’ve always enjoyed mixing and mingling with the Tasmanian community and that’s, if you like, the bread and butter of politics. And from my perspective, it’s meant more time at home, which I also enjoy and it’s also meant the greater interaction with the Tasmanian community. And it’s also given me freedom to speak out.” ~ Eric Abetz
  48. “Co-mingling really disturbs a lot of the purists, who want to see the historical and cultural divides instead of the meshing.” ~ Laura Owens

  49. “After a fashion, they did, mingling the sale of perfumes with anti-Nazi propaganda. In the event, my tirelessly publicized determination to wrest back control of the business neutralized most of the adverse repercussions on me from an unwilling association with their propaganda.” ~ Coco Chanel
  50. “It’s this mingling of the economic and political elite which is really destroying our democracy.” ~ Jill Stein
  51. “Honor to the idealists, whether philosophers or poets. They have improved us by mingling with our daily pursuits great and transcendent conceptions. They have thrown around our sensual life the grandeur of a better, and drawn us up from contacts with the temporal and the selfish to communion with beauty and truth and goodness.” ~ Edwin Hubbel Chapin
  52. “A peace-mingling falsehood is preferable to a mischief-stirring truth.” ~ Saadi

  53. “Sweet was the sound, when oft, at evening’s close,
    Up yonder hill the village murmur rose;
    There as I passed, with careless steps and slow,
    The mingling notes came soften’d from below;
    The swain responsive as the milkmaid sung,
    The sober herd that low’d to meet their young;
    The noisy geese that gabbled o’er the pool,
    The playful children just let loose from school;
    The watch-dog’s voice that bay’d the whispering wind,
    And the loud laugh that spoke the vacant mind;
    These all in sweet confusion sought the shade,
    And fill’d each pause the nightingale had made.” ~ Oliver Goldsmith
  54. “The leader, mingling with the vulgar host, Is in the common mass of matter lost.” ~ Homer
  55. “Her hands flew to her mouth. ‘Are we even twins?’ Josh rested his hand on her shoulder and brought his forehead to rest against hers, strands of their blond hair mingling. ‘I will always be your brother, Sophie. I will always look after you.” ~ Michael Scott
  56. “In L.A., everyone is in their car all the time, so you’re used to not interacting with people for the majority of the day, and it kind of trickles into nightlife and all that. People stay within their circles and there’s no real mingling to be had.” ~ Shenae Grimes

  57. “… the most fiendish plant I know of, the sort of thing Beelzebub might pluck to make a bouquet for his mother-in-law … it looks as if it had been made out of a sow’s ear for the spathe, and the tail of a rat that died of Elephantiasis for the spadix. The whole thing is mingling of unwholesome greens, vivid purples, and pallid pinks, the livery of putrescence in fact, and it possesses and odor to match the coloring.” ~ Edward Augustus Bowles
  58. “Some poems are like the Centaurs–a mingling of man and beast, and begotten of Ixion on a cloud.” ~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  59. “Some poems are like the Centaurs–a mingling of man and beast, and begotten of Ixion on a cloud.” ~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

  60. “It is well if the good man himself does not feel his devotions a little clouded, those foggy sensuous steams mingling with and polluting the pure altar surface.” ~ Charles Lamb
  61. “Only by being suspended aloft, by dangling my mind in the heavens and mingling my rare thought with the ethereal air, could I ever achieve strict scientific accuracy in my survey of the vast empyrean. Had I pursued my inquiries from down there on the ground, my data would be worthless. The earth, you see, pulls down the delicate essence of thought to its own gross level.” ~ Aristophanes
  62. “Thus then a single harmony orders the composition of the whole…by the mingling of the most contrary principles.” ~ Aristotle

  63. “Cut off my head, and singular I am, Cut off my tail, and plural I appear; Although my middle’s left, there’s nothing there! What is my head cut off? A sounding sea; What is my tail cut off? A rushing river; And in their mingling depths I fearless play, Parent of sweetest sounds, yet mute forever.” ~ Thomas B. Macaulay
  64. “Cut off my head, and singular I am, Cut off my tail, and plural I appear; Although my middle’s left, there’s nothing there! What is my head cut off? A sounding sea; What is my tail cut off? A rushing river; And in their mingling depths I fearless play, Parent of sweetest sounds, yet mute forever.” ~ Thomas B. Macaulay

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