36 Stockholm Quotes On Success In Life

These Stockholm quotes will inspire you. Stockholm is the capital of Sweden. It has the most populous urban area in Sweden as well as in Scandinavia.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging Stockholm quotes, Stockholm sayings, and Stockholm proverbs.

Best Stockholm Quotes

  1. “When I first encountered the name of the city of Stockholm, I little thought that I would ever visit it, never mind end up being welcomed to it as a guest of the Swedish Academy and the Nobel Foundation.” ~ Seamus Heaney
  2. “But now I wish I could back to Stockholm to make international films there.” ~ Lasse Hallstrom
  3. “You will also allow me to thank the Academy for inviting me to lecture in Stockholm, for its hospitality, and for the opportunity afforded me for admiring the charm of your people and the beauty of your country.” ~ Guglielmo Marconi
  4. “I went to high school in Texas for one year, my senior year. My parents wanted me to get out of Stockholm because I was running with the wrong crew. They wanted me to get back to my roots.” ~ Joel Kinnaman
  5. “Stockholm is very, like, posh and uptight, and everything should be so luxurious and refurbished.” ~ Karin Dreijer Andersson

  6. “I mean, they call it Stockholm Syndrome and post traumatic stress disorder. And, you know, I had no free will. I had virtually no free will until I was separated from them for about two weeks.” ~ Patty Hearst
  7. “I’m in Stockholm in my office. I just got here after seeing my eighth child on an ultrasound, so I’m in a good mood. It’s beautiful: an energetic little skeleton.” ~ Stellan Skarsgard
  8. “There is a very vibrant cultural scene in Stockholm. There are lots of places where there are concerts, and there are loads of museums and theaters.” ~ Bjorn Ulvaeus
  9. “Just the way in Europe, Paris, Copenhagen, and Stockholm, and Frankfurt, possibly and Berlin, certainly, all had important roles, because of independence. Because they were depending on themselves.” ~ Jane Jacobs
  10. “Authors who moan with praise for their editors always seem to reek slightly of the Stockholm syndrome.” ~ Christopher Hitchens

  11. “The first time I was in Stockholm, everybody was real cordial, but I started having these nightmares that I was being watched by aliens, basically all the time. My theory on it was that it was really, really unnerving to be in a place where English isn’t the first language.” ~ Mikky Ekko
  12. “I tried to find myself and become a happy person without all the drugs and alcohol. And then I got back to Stockholm and I got pissed one night and had to sing.” ~ Gustav Ejstes
  13. “Here we have a case, the Swedish case, where I have never been charged with a crime, where I have already been cleared [by the Stockholm prosecutor] and found to be innocent, where the woman herself said that the police made it up, where the United Nations formally said the whole thing is illegal, where the State of Ecuador also investigated and found that I should be given asylum. Those are the facts, but what is the rhetoric?” ~ Julian Assange
  14. “At least here in Stockholm if you go out to any of our 4 metal clubs and talk to ten guys you can be sure nine of them play in a band! The bad thing is there is no underground movement here anymore. Going to a show with local band’s ten years ago would mean at least 300 people, now you can be lucky if 50 shows up!” ~ Johan Hegg
  15. “I’ve always been intrigued by Stockholm Syndrome. Reminds me of my childhood.” ~ Jonathan Ames

  16. “I can write a story in working-class Stockholm Swedish, but I’m not going to assume I can perform the same feat with Cockney. I’ll focus on adventures in story, themes and structure instead.” ~ Karin Tidbeck
  17. “Since I’ve been in an actor, I’ve lived in Italy, in London, in Stockholm – I had the fortune of working in different locations. If you live someplace long enough, you acquire slightly different systems of thought, and it influences your outlook on life. I just slowly adapted the way I speak.” ~ Matthew Settle
  18. “I think that for example as a prisoner of course I was pressured to become very submissive and in a way the syndrome of Stockholm is when you shift position and then you become like you’re supposed to act, which is accepting the authority of those who have abducted you.” ~ Ingrid Betancourt
  19. “Women, who are the prime victims of religion, and perhaps in some, stockholm syndrome effect, often form the most fervent advocates of the very thing that degrades them. I believe that in the end, it will be women who will turn this around. This should be the final stage of feminism. For a feminist to still believe in god is like a freed slave still living on the plantation.” ~ Matthew Chapman
  20. “Did vampirism encourage Stockholm syndrome?” ~ MaryJanice Davidson

  21. “The delicate and intricate pattern of competition and cooperation in the economic behavior of the hundreds of thousands of citizens of Stockholm offers a challenge to the economist that is perhaps as complex as the challenges of the physicist and the chemist.” ~ George Stigler
  22. “The full history of the interlocking participation of the Imperial German Government and international finance in the destruction of the Russian Empire is not yet written…It is not a mere coincidence that at the notorious meeting held at Stockholm in 1916, between the former Russian Minister of the Interior, Protopopoff, and the German Agents, the German Foreign Office was represented by Mr. Warburg, whose two brothers were members of the international banking firm, Kuhn, Loeb and Company, of which the late Mr. Jacob Schiff was a senior member.” ~ Boris Brasol
  23. “The most beautiful thing in Tokyo is McDonald’s. The most beautiful thing in Stockholm is McDonald’s. The most beautiful thing in Florence is McDonald’s. Peking and Moscow don’t have anything beautiful yet.” ~ Andy Warhol
  24. “Maybe it was a Patty Hearst thing. Stockholm syndrome or whatever it’s called when you’re being held against your will but then you become sucked in and fall in love. Or if not exactly love, you fall into something you can’t see out of. ‘I can’t shoot a machine gun’ becomes ‘Hey, this hardly has any kick-back!” ~ Augusten Burroughs
  25. “Stop it. Do not feel safe with him. The Stockholm Syndrome is not your friend.” ~ J.R. Ward

  26. “As a novelist, there are three phone calls you never expect to receive in your lifetime because if you waited for them you would grow despairing – one calling from Stockholm with a Swedish accent, one from the NBA, and one from Oprah Winfrey.” ~ Chris Bohjalian
  27. “Global military spending levels constitute an unconscionable use of resources and remain at an all-time high, reaching a total of USD 1.75 trillion in 2012, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.” ~ Alfred-Maurice de Zayas
  28. “I would be immediately arrested by the British police and I would then be extradited either immediately to the United States or to Sweden. In Sweden I am not charged, I have already been previously cleared [by the Senior Stockholm Prosecutor Eva Finne]. We were not certain exactly what would happen there, but then we know that the Swedish government has refused to say that they will not extradite me to the United States we know they have extradited 100 per cent of people whom the U.S. has requested since at least 2000.” ~ Julian Assange
  29. “American suffragist, speech “Is Woman Suffrage Progressing?” at Stockholm, Sweden Radicalism is a label that is always applied to people who are endeavoring to get freedom.” ~ Marcus Garvey
  30. “I live a bit outside of Stockholm and I almost never go into town. I can live anywhere, I think.” ~ Karin Dreijer Andersson

  31. “Literature was not promulgated by a pale and emasculated critical priesthood singing their litanies in empty churches – nor is it a game for the cloistered elect, the tinhorn mendicants of low calorie despair. Literature is as old as speech. It grew out of human need for it, and it has not changed except to become more needed. The skalds, the bards, the writers are not separate and exclusive. From the beginning, their functions, their duties, their responsibilities have been decreed by our species. –speech at the Nobel Banquet at the City Hall in Stockholm, December 10, 1962” ~ John Steinbeck
  32. “I’m based in Stockholm and I train at Nexus Fighter Centre, it’s my club and my head coach Andreas Michael but for two weeks now I went to Vegas to train with Team Alliance with coach Eric Del Fierro, Phil Davis and top level guys. I had top level sparring so I’m more than ready.” ~ Alexander Gustafsson
  33. “According to Colonel Ely Garrison, in his autobiography and according to the United States Naval Secret Service Report on Paul Warburg, the Russian Revolution had been
    financed by the Rothschilds and Warburgs, with a member of the Warburg family carrying the actual funds used by Lenin and Trotsky in Stockholm in 1918.” ~ Eustace Mullins
  34. “I definitely have a kind of Stockholm Syndrome for superhero movies because it’s very clear that’s the era we’re in. It’s like Christianity in the Middle Ages.” ~ Wesley Morris
  35. “Dave Rocha is a mature and eminently musical improviser. His sumptuous tone and cafefully chosen notes embody real musical thought. His performance of ‘Dear Old Stockholm’ at Chez Hanny evoked favorable comparisons to Miles Davis’ classic recording.” ~ Frank Hanny
  36. “The solemnity of the annual Nobel ceremonies in Stockholm with the cheerful bad taste of the grand opening of a shopping center in Los Angeles.” ~ Vincent Canby

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