Best Quotes About Nomad

I'm an adaptable nomad. I love Paris, I've been living in Los Angeles and New York since 1990. I love London, too. My roots are inside of me. -Julie Delpy

I think my being such a nomad let me into acting. I was always having to create a new image whenever we moved. -Aidan Quinn

My nomadic childhood dramatically fed my eventual decision to be an actor, but not in the way you might think. -Josh Lucas

My mother was the total influence. My father was what we call a nomadic person; he was a wanderer. -Danny Aiello

Xenophobia manifests itself especially against civilizations and cultures that are weak because they lack economic resources, means of subsistence or land. So nomadic people are the first targets of this kind of aggression. -Antonio Tabucchi

It is virtually impossible to control Northern Kenya, which is populated chiefly by migrant nomads. -Richard Leakey

During my first month in Italy I lived a nomadic life. -Hugh Dalton

A nomad I will remain for life, in love with distant and uncharted places. -Isabelle Eberhardt

If I had no family, my wife and I would lead a much more romantic and nomadic existence. -David McCallum

I'm a nomad. -Jorja Fox

When I was a kid and the carnival would come to the shopping centre, I'd go down and talk to all the people running the rides. I like that whole lifestyle, moving from town to town in a nomadic existence. -Randy Quaid

I'm becoming a professional nomad and enjoying that whole part of my life. -Dar Williams

My father was a good man, but he was a con man. He was a wanderer, nomadic. -Danny Aiello

I've always been pretty nomadic. -Minnie Driver

I'm not nomadic by nature. -Ginnifer Goodwin

Being on the road is like a campout. I'm the only girl. The guys in my band are like my big brothers. It's definitely an adventure, but it can be a nomadic lifestyle. -Kate Voegele

I'm a nomad. I have a place in New York in the Flatiron District, and I have a place in Paris in Ile Saint-Louis, and I spend a lot of time in Congo. -Eve Ensler

When I travel, I feel more like a nomad than a tourist. -Mohsin Hamid

I've never been one to stay still. I was born a nomad, and I still am a nomad and always will be. -Waris Dirie

For an artist, a good place to be is you have some kind of influence and power to get things done, but in your essence you remain a nomad or a soldier facing a difficulty to be overcome. -Cai Guo-Qiang

You could say I'm a bit of a nomad. -Poppy Delevingne

As a musician I'm kind of nomadic, Waldo-like. I show up in different places, and I'm witness to unbelievable things. -Yo-Yo Ma

The Koran was revealed at a time of great change in the Arab world, the seventh-century shift from a matriarchal nomadic culture to an urban patriarchal system. -Salman Rushdie

I am a traveler. I am a nomad. I rarely sleep in the same bed more than three or four nights. And I know hotel life better than anyone. -Diane von Furstenberg

I think I was a nomad in another life. -Donna Karan

All my life I have been a nomad. -Ayaan Hirsi Ali

I'm a bit of a nomad anyway, so I find it quite easy to settle in places very quickly. -Sophie Kennedy Clark

Sometimes I feel very alone. I am a bit of a nomad. Many people in sort of emerging countries, emerging economies, find themselves displaced. So there is that sense, and so I'm part of a whole, I think, group of displaced people. -Chris Abani

I've lived a very nomadic life, which I enjoy. -Orlando Bloom

From 1991 to 2000, I was totally nomadic. I was travelling 300 days a year and building out my research. These were a bit like my learning and migrating years, so to say. -Hans-Ulrich Obrist

The romantic view would be that nomads are wonderful people, better than us; they care about the environment. -Robyn Davidson

I do not mean to say that we should, or could, return to traditional nomadic economies. I do mean to say that there are systems of knowledge and grand poetical schemata derived from the mobile life that it would be foolish to disregard or underrate. And mad to destroy. -Robyn Davidson

The characters that populate my books are global nomads in their own right, keeping multiple homes around the world and constantly jet-setting to new places. -Kevin Kwan

In 2007, I did a horseback trip across part of central Mongolia with my 13-year-old son – we encountered Marco Polo at all these historical places where Mongolian nomads would reference his accounts and his relationship with Kublai Khan. -John Fusco

'Station to Station' came out of a sense of urgency – a sense that culture, be it art, film or architecture, has become so compartmentalised. For this project, we wanted to break that and create a language that is more nomadic and less materialistic and really empowering for the creators and the audience. -Doug Aitken

I think that 'Station to Station' is a nomadic project not only in a literal sense, as it's traveling by train from place to place. Some of these places are New York City or Los Angeles, but some of these places are rather off-the-grid places. -Doug Aitken

I think about museums often. There are things that I want museums to do that they often don't. For me, I like it when there's a system within the museum that can continuously change – whether it's a museum that is nomadic or one that's designed so the building can shape-shift. I like restless spaces, and I want to be engaged. -Doug Aitken

Design can successfully bind the ancient nomadic cultures with today's global marketplace, ensuring the preservation of traditions and knowledge for further generations. This aspect of research is obviously rich in its business potential as well. -Yelena Baturina

I think the nomads really give us inspiration about how we can live in harmony with our environment. -Tim Cope

Much of my journey in Kazakhstan was about understanding the legacy of the Soviet times and finding out what remained of nomadic. -Tim Cope

The Khoton people are a small minority group of Mongolians renowned for living a traditional nomad life in the remote slopes and valleys of the Kharkhiraa-Turgen mountain range. -Tim Cope

Finding shelter with nomads in the desert during summer was a matter of survival for me and my animals. -Tim Cope

Perhaps most important for nomads was the belief in the symbiosis that existed between wolf and humans on the steppe. Wolves were an integral part of keeping the balance of nature, ensuring that plagues of rabbits and rodents didn't break out, which in turn protected the all-important pasture for the nomads' herds. -Tim Cope

In Mongolia, the nomads always told me that wolves were the most dangerous things on the steppe, and I didn't believe them at first. -Tim Cope

I wanted to know what it would be like to get on a horse and ride all the way west to Europe and take a look back at my own culture through the eyes of a nomad. -Tim Cope

My dream was to ride a horse from Mongolia to Hungary, 10,000 km across the great Eurasian Steppe, and in doing so, come to understand the nomadic cultures that have presided there for thousands of years. -Tim Cope

Those of us raised in modern cities tend to notice horizontal and vertical lines more quickly than lines at other orientations. In contrast, people raised in nomadic tribes do a better job noticing lines skewed at intermediate angles, since Mother Nature tends to work with a wider array of lines than most architects. -Sam Kean

I move around, like a true Kazakh nomad. -Ilya Ilyin

The nomads' egalitarian lifestyle astonished the Greeks, who kept their own women indoors weaving and minding children. The exotic Scythian lifestyle fueled the Greek imagination and led to an outpouring of myths about fierce Amazons, 'the equals of men.' -Adrienne Mayor

From about 700 B.C. to A.D. 500, the vast territory of Scythia, stretching from the Black Sea to China, was home to diverse but culturally related nomads. Known as Scythians to Greeks, Saka to the Persians, and Xiongnu to the Chinese, the steppe tribes were masters of horses and archery. -Adrienne Mayor

Unlike settled, patriarchal societies such as classical Greece and Rome, where women stayed home to weave and mind children, the lives of nomadic steppe tribes centered on horses and archery. -Adrienne Mayor

An ancient Scythian nomad skeleton buried with an eagle was reportedly excavated near Aktobe Gorge, Kazakhstan. Ancient petroglyphs in the Altai region depict eagle hunters, and inscribed Chinese stone reliefs show eagles perched on the arms of hunters in tunics, trousers, and boots, identified as northern nomads (1st to 2nd century A.D.). -Adrienne Mayor

Evidence pointing to eagle hunting's antiquity comes from Scythian and other burial mounds of nomads who roamed the steppes 3,000 years ago and whose artifacts abound in eagle imagery. -Adrienne Mayor

Civilisation was built around wheat, around people settling down and not being nomadic. Baking is one of the oldest professions. -Paul Hollywood

Born to a tribal Bedouin family of nomadic desert shepherds in the region of Tripoli, Gaddafi was profoundly anti-colonialist. It is affirmed that his paternal grandfather died fighting against the Italian invaders when Libya was invaded by them in 1911. -Fidel Castro

I grew up in Saudi Arabia and India and Cyprus, and I lived in a war-zone myself, and, I mean, I had a pretty bizarre, I guess, nomadic childhood, and so I was really drawn to international relations and political science. -Hannah Simone

My mom, well, she's half Greek, half German-Italian; born in England. She's just a nomad. She loves Middle Eastern style, Indian style, so much so that she ended up having Indian babies. -Hannah Simone

I'm quite a domestic person by nature, and the nomad thing had got a bit stale on me, really. -Christine McVie

I lived somewhat of a nomadic life, even when I lived in Ohio. We spent time in rural areas, in suburban areas, never really city areas. We rode four-wheelers. We had pigs and ferrets. And creeks. We had a creek in my backyard. It was like 'Huckleberry Finn.' -Haley Bennett

Being nomadic isn't sustainable forever. I've gotten to be really good at it. -Haley Bennett

The Gobi is in many ways like the old American West, filled with abandoned hamlets and buildings, traces of disappeared peoples. Across its oceanic blond grass, horses and the black silhouettes of camels move languidly, as if they are the only inhabitants. Ancient Turkic nomads left enigmatic petroglyphs carved into boulders 2,000 years ago. -Lawrence Osborne

I have been a nomad for most of my thirties, even creatively. -Gavin Creel

I'm on the road constantly. I'm a nomad. I don't really have a home right now. I don't identify with one place in particular. -Daya

I am not sure for how long I'll stick to this industry. Acting is just a part of my nomadic life. -Nithya Menen

Six years of your life is a long time to do anything, and especially in this business, where you get so used to being nomadic and moving on to different jobs. -Busy Philipps

My routine is similar to that of a nomad. But I crave for the comforts enjoyed by a normal girl. In fact, while shooting for my debut film, 'Sanam Teri Kasam,' I turned my vanity van into my room. -Mawra Hocane

I'm a nomad. A Jewish road warrior. I do not have a concept of home. I wish I did. But I live with the idea that we have to get out of town before dawn. -Abbie Hoffman

The precariatised mind is one without anchors, flitting from subject to subject, in the extreme suffering from attention deficit disorder. But it is also nomadic in its dealings with other people. -Guy Standing

Us Jews are nomadic people. -Bryan Fogel

My family is very nomadic – my mom, in particular, traveled the world as a young person, and her father before that, and I guess I have that inside me. -O. T. Fagbenle

Being an actor is a nomadic profession, and I just try to feel at home wherever I am at that moment. -Mia Goth

I am nomadic by nature. -Shruti Haasan

I thrive on that nomadic lifestyle. -Lucy Boynton

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