Climbed Related Quotes

“She's the kind of girl who climbed the ladder of success wrong by wrong.”

Mae West

“Placing one foot in front of the other, I've climbed to higher lengths. Reaching beyond my own limitations, to show my inner strength. No obstacle to hard, for this warrior to overcome. I'm just a man on a mission, to prove my disability hasn't won.”

Robert M. Hensel

On the other side of the handrail, the hallway's gray marble floor looks as if we've climbed a stairway through the clouds.

Chuck Palahniuk

They climbed their ladders to wheedle and prune the trees into holiness

Catherynne M. Valente

For a long time, I couldn't even afford food and clothing. I climbed from the very bottom of the society.

Zong Qinghou

“We've climbed a long way here, gone a long way toward discounting the beginnings of this economic pickup. I don't really want to do any investing here. I'm raising cash on the hope that I get a better opportunity and better prices on a pullback.”

Larry Rice

The Beauty of the Mountain is hidden for all those who try to discover it from the top, supposing that, one way or an other, one can reach this place directly. The Beauty of the Mountain reveals only to those who climbed it...

Antoine De Saint-exupery

I began to see motorcyclists who had attached computer discs to their back mudflaps, because they made good reflectors. In a place called Xingwuying, locals climbed the Great Wall whenever they wanted to receive a cell phone signal.

Peter Hessler

“After the races I immediately climbed into a car. We have a picture of me in the car with a big grin on my face like, 'I want to do this; this is fun.' When I saw that kids were racing quarter midgets, I begged my dad to let me start racing, and he eventually gave in.”

Sarah Mccune

Actually, I do happen to resemble a hallucination. Kindly note my silhouette in the moonlight." The cat climbed into the shaft of moonlight and wanted to keep talking but was asked to be quiet. "Very well, I shall be silent," he replied, "I shall be a silent hallucination.

Mikhail Bulgakov