65 Unison Quotes On Success In Life

These unison quotes will inspire you. Unison, simultaneous performance of action or utterance of speech.

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

Best Unison Quotes

  1. “The best teamwork comes from men who are working independently toward one goal in unison.” ~ James Cash Penney
  2. “The dream was always running ahead of me. To catch up, to live for a moment in unison with it, that was the miracle.” ~ Anais Nin
  3. “When you work you are a flute through whose heart the whispering of the hours turns to music. Which of you would be a reed, dumb and silent, when all else sings together in unison?” ~ Khalil Gibran
  4. “An individual voice can be heard in a choir that otherwise sings in unison. This is something that is not excused.” ~ Tahar Ben Jelloun
  5. “All things arise in unison. Thereby we see their return.” ~ Laozi

  6. “There could have been no two hearts so open, no tastes so similar, no feelings so in unison” ~ Jane Austen
  7. “We all need one another; much and often. Just as every human creature needs a place to be alone in, a sacred, private “home” of his own, so all human creatures need a place to be together in, from the two who can show each other their souls uninterruptedly, to the largest throng that can throb and stir in unison.” ~ Charlotte Perkins Gilman
  8. “There is in souls a sympathy with sounds: And as the mind is pitch’d the ear is pleased With melting airs, or martial, brisk or grave; Some chord in unison with what we hear Is touch’d within us, and the heart replies.” ~ William Cowper
  9. “We have three centers: the emotional center, the intellectual center, and the physical body center. Each one of them has its own intelligence. How much better would we be if all three were working in unison?” ~ Erin Gray
  10. “Now they were as strangers; nay worse than strangers, for they could never become acquainted.” ~ Jane Austen

  11. “Strangers used to gather together at the cinema and sit together in the dark, like Ancient Greeks participating in the mysteries, dreaming the same dream in unison.” ~ Angela Carter
  12. “The things I learned from the army – and I think it was a lesson for life – was how to work in unison with other people. How to take responsibility.” ~ Oded Fehr
  13. “Which of you would be silent – when all else sings together in unison?” ~ Khalil Gibran
  14. “To illustrate what I mean, an apt dancer may be in thorough unison with the others in that particular group, and at the same time reveal a difference in dancing temperament, rhythm or technique; she may phrase, accentuate or actually interpret differently.” ~ Florenz Ziegfeld
  15. “I like the idea of playing in unison with yourself.” ~ Richard Thompson

  16. “If all of us acted in unison as I act individually there would be no wars and no poverty. I have made myself personally responsible for the fate of every human being who has come my way.” ~ Anais Nin
  17. “There is a grandeur in the uniformity of the mass. When a fashion, a dance, a song, a slogan or a joke sweeps like wildfire from one end of the continent to the other, and a hundred million people roar with laughter, sway their bodies in unison, hum one song, or break forth in anger and denunciation, there is the overpowering feeling that in this country we have come nearer the brotherhood of man than ever before.” ~ Eric Hoffer
  18. “I discovered that the most interesting music of all was made by simply lining the loops in unison, and letting them slowly shift out of phase with other.” ~ Steve Reich
  19. “In times when religious or political faith or hope predominates, the writer functions totally in unison with society, and expresses society’s feelings, beliefs, and hopes in perfect harmony.” ~ Juan Goytisolo
  20. “There is in souls a sympathy with sounds.” ~ William Cowper

  21. “I’m the kind of person who can hear that stuff. If you sing along to the radio and you’re not going to sing unison with the melody, but find the harmony, I find that pretty easy to do.” ~ Art Garfunkel
  22. “Oh, what a catastrophe for man when he cut himself off from the rhythm of the year, from his unison with the sun and the earth. Oh, what a catastrophe, what a maiming of love when it was a personal, merely personal feeling, taken away from the rising and the setting of the sun, and cut off from the magic connection of the solstice and the equinox!” ~ D. H. Lawrence
  23. “The Chains of conformity click in tiresomely monotonous unison.” ~ Leonard Sweet
  24. “Physical love must end up as a creative love. And creative love must end up as a divine love. And divine love must end up as a unison love. And unison love must become God Itself. These are the known stages of love.” ~ Harbhajan Singh Yogi
  25. “It is a faculty of the human mind to become what it contemplates, and to act in unison with its object.” ~ Thomas Paine

  26. “The only reaction that frightens me is people not laughing. It’s extraordinary to me when you get a laugh. That you can go in front of a bunch of people you never met before, you can say some stuff and they all laugh in unison – that’s amazing. It’s a miracle.” ~ Chris Rock
  27. “At Epidaurus, in the stillness, in the great peace that came over me, I heard the heart of the world beat. I know what the cure is: it is to give up, to relinquish, to surrender, so that our little hearts may beat in unison with the great heart of the world.” ~ Henry Miller
  28. “It’s amazing how sudden the effect is – it must be the result of a deep atavistic mating urge buried inside us. A glance and you think: ‘Yes, this is the one, this one is right for me.’ Every instinct in your body seems to sing in unison.” ~ William Boyd
  29. “Sometimes, when she’s out here alone, she can feel the pulse of something bigger, as if all things animate were beating in unison, a glory and a connection that sweeps her out of herself, out of her consciousness, so that nothing has a name, not in Latin, not in English, not in any known language.” ~ T.C. Boyle
  30. “Remember love. Remember our hearts are one. Even when we are fighting with each other, our hearts are beating in unison. I love you.” ~ Yoko Ono

  31. “A great factory with the machinery all working and revolving with absolute and rhythmic regularity and with the men all driven by one impulse, and moving in unison as though a constituent part of the mighty machine, is one of the most inspiring examples of directed force that the world knows. I have rarely seen the face of a mechanic in the action of creation which was not fine, never one which was not earnest and impressive.” ~ Thomas Nelson Page
  32. “One opinion I share with the Dadaists is that art-making presupposes a revolutionary state of mind. Assimilating the practice into commodity or symbol of status nullifies its fundamental aims; therefore at the center of my own adherence to to this ranginess in taste is that it doesn’t add up to membership in a private club. The differences choose me. There are so many approaches, so many innovative moves, so many oddly shaped ears in the field; may they never sing in unison.” ~ C.D. Wright
  33. “Enya never writes a bad melody. That’s first and foremost her secret. As she goes along, she’ll start changing the dynamics, pushing here and there so that not everything is perfectly in unison. It adds a texture you can acquire only from having different voices. The variations lead to interesting quirks. It’s an integral part of the Enya sound.” ~ Nicky Ryan
  34. “To reduce risk it is necessary to avoid a portfolio whose securities are all highly correlated with each other. One hundred securities whose returns rise and fall in near unison afford little protection than the uncertain return of a single security.” ~ Harry Markowitz
  35. “Tell me what you want, what you really, really want,” he said. “Braiiinnnnssss,” we said in unison.” ~ Maureen Johnson

  36. “Nowhere in politics is there such a mismatch between public and private realm as in transport. Everyone on the M6 last weekend would have agreed with Transport Minister Alasdair Darling’s reported hatred of cars. They too wanted drivers off the roads and on to public transport. Go to it, Mr Darling, they cried in unison, get rid of all those cars. Except, of course, their own. Other people’s cars are traffic. My car is the outward essence of my being. It is my hat, stick and cane. It embodies my freedom as a citizen and my right as a democrat. My car is my soul in flight.” ~ Simon Jenkins
  37. “Why the critics, like a flock of ducks, always move in perfect unison: Their authority with the public depends upon an appearance of unanimous agreement. One dissenting voice would shatter the whole fragile structure.” ~ Edward Abbey
  38. “They sang the words in unison, yet somehow created a web of sounds with their voices. It was like hearing a piece of fabric woven with all the colors of a rainbow. I did not know that such beauty could be formed by the human mouth. I had never heard harmony before.” ~ Anita Diament
  39. “By the way, you guys seriously screwed up just now. (Nero) We know. (They said in unison.) Yeah, well, what you don’t know is how grateful your girl is to you. I just thought you should know that you guys are a hero to her…and she thinks we’re all idiots. (Nero)” ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon
  40. “What has three heads, six arms, and half a brain?” Three asked. One and Two answered in unison. “Nate Sutter.” ~ Brandon Mull

  41. “Why were we fighting if you had that kind of power?” In unison, every ex-Dark-Hunter and Nick said, “Just because you can doesn’t mean you should.” “And sometimes things have to go wrong in order to go right,” Wulf said. When the other guys looked confused by his solo outburst, he added, “I guess I’m the only one he ever said that one to.” ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon
  42. “For I am I: ergo, the truth of myself; my own sphinx, conflict, chaos, vortex—asymmetric to all rhythms, oblique to all paths. I am the prism between black and white: mine own unison in duality.” ~ Austin Osman Spare
  43. “If it works, it works,’ Kat told him. ‘And if it doesn’t?’ he asked. She looked at him. ‘If it doesn’t, then I’ve heard Monaco has the nicest prisons in all of Europe.’ ‘It does,’ both Hamish and Angus said in unison. And with that, it was decided.” ~ Ally Carter
  44. “As soon as she was close, she whispered, “you’ve got to get out of here.” “No, you’ve got to get out of here,” he told her. “Go downstairs. Go now.” “No,” she countered. “You go.” “Why?” he asked. “You tell me first.” But before they could say another word, the last elevator slid slowly open and two men in masks rushed out. From the opposite side of the of the ballroom, shots rang out, rapid fire, piercing the ceiling, plaster falling onto the dance floor like snow. And then Hale and Macey whispered in unison, “Because of that.” ~ Ally Carter
  45. “I am much more interested in achieving unison with nature than in copying it.” ~ Georges Braque

  46. “Church always seemed the same. Jess could tune it out the same way he tuned out school, with his body standing up and sitting down in unison with the rest of the congregation but his mind numb and floating, not really thinking or dreaming but at least free.” ~ Katherine Paterson
  47. “When you do what you want, not what you wish…’ said the first raven. ‘When you no longer seek your reflection in others’ eyes…’ said the second. ‘When you see yourselves face to face…’ said the third. ‘Then,’ the ravens intoned in unison, ‘you will have found what you truly seek.” ~ Adam Gidwitz
  48. “Gauguin flew into a frenzy! He held my head under the X-ray machine for ten straight minutes and for several hours after I could not blink my eyes in unison.” — “If The Impressionists Had Been Dentists” ~ Woody Allen
  49. “Names for bands lose their meaning after a little while. They become a series of sounds that you associate with people in music, really. The most important thing about choosing a name for a band is if you can imagine forty-thousand people screaming it in unison.” ~ Brian Molko
  50. “”Open Arms” has a lot of unison singing in it. And it works: Grown men will come to our gigs and cry during that one.” ~ Guy Garvey

  51. “One time in the late ’50s, when Peter Finch, Laurence Harvey, and I were all offered the same movie role – the assumption being that we weren’t friends – we marched up to producer Dino De Laurentiis’s door and declared in unison, ‘We don’t think we’re suitable for the part.'” ~ Peter O’Toole
  52. “In response to skyrocketing gas prices, liberals say, practically in unison, ‘We can’t drill our way out of this crisis.’ What does that mean? This is like telling a starving man, ‘You can’t eat your way out of being hungry!’ ‘You can’t water your way out of drought!’ ‘You can’t sleep your way out of tiredness!’ ‘You can’t drink yourself out of dehydration!’ Seriously, what does it mean? Finding more oil isn’t going to increase the supply of oil? It is the typical Democratic strategy to babble meaningless slogans as if they have a plan. Their plan is: the permanent twilight of the human race.” ~ Ann Coulter
  53. “I think it was wonderful when Princess Di died so that everyone could cry in unison. I thought that the crying together was the most powerful gift that she gave in her death.” ~ Sark
  54. “A wedding was a strange ceremony, she thought, with all those formal words, those solemn vows made by one to another; whereas the real question that should be put to the two people involved was a very simple one. Are you happy with each other? was the only question that should be asked; to which they both should reply, preferably in unison, Yes.” ~ Alexander McCall Smith
  55. “We need to unleash the military in unison with our partners in Europe and the Middle East to be effective.” ~ Jeb Bush

  56. “When panting sighs the bosom fill,
    And hands by chance united thrill
    At once with one delicious pain
    The pulses and the nerves of twain;
    When eyes that erst could meet with ease,
    Do seek, yet, seeking, shyly shun
    Ecstatic conscious unison, –
    The sure beginnings, say, be these
    Prelusive to the strain of love
    Which angels sing in heaven above?” ~ Arthur Hugh Clough
  57. “It is not enough that there is a collection of people with the common aim of working in unison towards an objective… Aspiration and desire only are not enough.” ~ Idries Shah
  58. “If you had to call it “unison”, it ain’t unison. It ain’t the same as somebody else. If you can hear that it’s unison, and you have to name it something other than “unison”, it ain’t unison, you know what I mean? It’s two guys playin’, but one guy is playin’ slightly out of tune, one is playin’ slightly off meter.” ~ Miles Davis
  59. “An image that is unseen can’t sell anything. It is pure, therefore true, beautiful, in one word: innocent. As long as no eye contaminates it, it is in perfect unison with the world. If it is not seen, the image and the object it represents belong together.” ~ Wim Wenders
  60. “In a ballet company, you’re trying to create unison and uniform when you’re in a cour de ballet.” ~ Misty Copeland

  61. “”Women of the Gallagher Academy, who comes here?” she asked. Just then, every girl at every table (even the newbies) stood and said in unison, “We are the sisters of Gillian.” “Why do you come?” my mother asked. “To learn her skills. Honor her sword. And keep her secrets.” “To what end do you work?” “To the cause of justice and light.” “How long will you strive?” “For all the days of our lives,” we finished and I felt a little like a character in one of my grandma’s soap operas.” ~ Ally Carter
  62. “If only all the contradictory voices shouting in my head would calm down and sing a song in unison, whatever it was I wouldn’t care as long as they sang without dissonance.” ~ Ralph Ellison
  63. “One citizen, or a few, maybe powerless if all the rest are determined to benefit from the imposition of unjust supranational rules. But this excuse cannot work for large numbers. Just imagine 10 million US citizens saying in unison: “I am just one powerless citizen. There is nothing I can do to change my government’s policies!”” ~ Thomas Pogge
  64. “Policeman are soldiers who act alone; soldiers are policeman who act in unison.” ~ Herbert Spencer
  65. “The reason [drummers] call things “unison”, and they sound unison, is because you actually play two different tempos . . . like you’re a little sharp or a little flat; it’s so slight that they call it “unison”, but it’s not unison.” ~ Miles Davis

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