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The great crowds themselves are meaningless. The thing that counts is what happens in the hearts of the people. The evangelist sows the seed, and much inevitably falls upon stony ground and bears no fruit. But if only a few seeds flourish, the results are manifold.
Never follow the crowd, go where it's empty
If you want to hold a crowd, just mystify it.
In the crowd, herd, or gang, it is a mass-mind that operates-which is to say, a mind without subtlety, a mind without compassion, a mind, finally, uncivilized.
The intelligence of that creature known as a crowd is the square root of the number of people in it.
There's a lot of whiners in every crowd.
The credulity of crowds is never-ending.
A crowd, whether it be a dangerous mob, or an amiably joyous gathering at a picnic is not a community. It has a mind, but no institutions, no organizations, no coherent unity, no history, no traditions.
And the crowd often betrayed the people
Anything that makes a noise is satisfactory to a crowd.
Wherever the crowd goes run in the other direction. They're always wrong.
Don't follow the crowd, let the crowd follow you.
Everyone with any sense and experience in life would rather take his fellows one by one than in a crowd. Crowds are noisy, unreasonable and impatient. They can trample you easier than a single person can. And a crowd will never buy you lunch.
It was pointless. The crowd was itself. There was no swaying it, squeezing through, or reasoning with it. You breathed with it and you sang its songs. You waited for its fire.
Weakness is emanating from the crowd
Those who follow the crowd usually get lost in it.
The problem of living in this modern world is the problem of finding room in it. The crowd principle is so universally at work through modern life that the geography of the world had been changed to conform to it. We live in crowds. We get our living in crowds. We are amused in herds.
You have to learn the crowd. I just pay attention to them so I can make sure I can make them laugh.
Follow the crowd and you will never be followed by a crowd.
In the eyes of God, the infinite spirit, all the millions that have lived and now live do not make a crowd. He only sees each individual
You don't have to go with the crowd.
The Humanity of men and women is inversely proportional to their Numbers. A Crowd is no more human than an Avalanche or a Whirlwind. A rabble of men and women stands lower in the scale of moral and intellectual being than a herd of Swine or of Jackals.
I always find myself very distrustful of intense crowd phenomena, and I think those are things that we should always try to question, especially critically.
Crowds are influenced mainly by images produced by the judicious employment of words and formulas
When you draw a crowd of people in a street or room or landscape, decide whether you want to say that the people dominate the place or that the place is more important than the people.
Yells of joy, thousands in chorus. It sounded almost like they were cheering her on.
You are neither right nor wrong because the crowd disagrees with you.
A man is capable of thought. A crowd is not.
While people are quick to praise the wisdom of the crowd, being an old-school journalist, I look at the wisdom of the crowd and know it can quickly turn into a mob mentality.
Increase is a crowd puller
The bigger the crowd the better really! The noise calms your nerves.
A crowd always thinks with its sympathy, never with its reason.
It occurred to me that perhaps in this city the crowd was essential to the individual; without it, he had nothing against which to scrape his anger, no echo for grief, and not the slightest proof that there were others more lonely than he. it was just a passing thought.
A crowd isn't formed after people gather; people gather after the crowd forms.
Curtain Opened, Heard the Crowd Roar
To go nowhere, follow the crowd.
Just because you're standing in a crowd doesn't mean you belong there.
The 'wisdom of the crowds' is the most ridiculous statement I've heard in my life. Crowds are dumb.
A lot of people in the crowd want to be told what to do; if you just put your hands up, they do it.
A human group transforms itself into a crowd when it suddenly responds to a suggestion rather than to reasoning, to an image rather than to an idea, to an affirmation rather than to proof, to the repetition of a phrase rather than to arguments, to prestige rather than to competence.
I like big crowds. I find it easier to focus.
Who would wish to be among the commonplace crowd of the little famous - who are each individually lost in a throng made up of themselves?
The crowd intimidates me, its breath suffocates me. I feel paralyzed by its curious look, and the unknown faces make me dumb.
I try to avoid large crowds.
Every crowd is different. But that's something that I enjoy, and you can feel it in the first few seconds when you walk out on stage. You know, how a crowd is.
Over the long run, the crowd is always wrong.
family, and by the time they took their seats
Over all crowds there seems to float a vague distress, an atmosphere of pervasive melancholy, as if any large gathering of people creates an aura of terror and pity.
In the stands, the audience was divided between booing and cheering. Half of them were upset that the read team had forfeited the race, but the other half were impressed to see a manticore punched.
Never follow the crowd.
People were just out of control! ... They've all got cell phones stuck to their ears and yet I've never seen such distance between people trying so hard to be close.
I'm an outdoorsman kind of person, so I don't like the buzz of the crowd, crowd, crowd and all that so much. I mean I don't mind it, but I don't seek it out.
That's lifted the crowd up into the air.
The public makes a hit.
For a crowd is not company; and faces are but a gallery of pictures; and talk but a tinkling cymbal, where there is no love.
In this city, every deserted street corner conceals a crowd. It appears in a minute when something disrupts the way in which the world is supposed to work. It can disappear almost as instantaneously.
An audience can be like a pack of wolves.
Crowds cannot make right what God has declared to be wrong.
Never follow the crowd, for the masses are often misled.
Every crowd has a silver lining.
What have you got against people?"
Finn hated crowds. Thousands of people bumping and churning. "Too many opinions.
The sum of the crowd's IQ was far below that of its most modest single member. Mobs have passions, not brains.
Problem is, "everyone else" is as crowd-like as "everyone." Their opinions usually aren't unique, and their analysis often isn't any broader or better than the main crowd
Two different things: A crowd is a tribe without a leader. A crowd is a tribe without communication. Most organizations spend their time marketing to the crowd. Smart organizations assemble the tribe.
When people in stadiums do the Wave, it's the group-mind collective organism spontaneously organizing itself to express an emotion, pass time, and reflect the joy of seeing the rhythms of many as one, a visual rhyming or music in which everyone senses where the motion is going.
The crowd is blind. And to have eyes in this crowd is to be condemned, is to be crucified.
Why will people be so stupid as to suppose themselves the only foreigners among a crowd of ten thousand persons?
The crowd is the gathering place of the weakest; true creation is a solitary act.
Those who follow the crowd will never be followed by the crowd.
You don't know what a rough crowd is. If all I have to do is go make people laugh, that's nothing. Let me tell you what a tough crowd is. A tough crowd is going to a morning service and you got six people there and you gotta pat your house payment. That's a tough crowd.
Such is the nature of crowds: either they are humble and servile or arrogant and dominating. They are incapable of making moderate use of freedom, which is the middle course, or of keeping it.
So still and silent that they clash with the crowd in their very immobility; standing noisy in their silence; harsh as a cry of terror in their quietness.
In a crowd every sentiment and act is contagious, and contagious to such a degree that an individual readily sacrifices his personal interest to the collective interest.
band behind them. The crowd moved and shifted. Tickertape and confetti fluttered down from the second- and third-floor windows of the business
the false courage of association with a crowd.
Small children and unruly people who are demanding attention.
How about the wrong crowd," I said. "You getting in with them?"
"Not much luck," Paul said. "I'm trying like hell, but the wrong crowd doesn't seem to want me."
"Don't quit," I said. "You want something, you go after it. I was nearly thirty-five before I could get in with wrong crowd.
You are not a crowd. You are not a label. As an individual you have a unique place in my heart and mind.
If you're at my level and you go to a bookstore, even a good turnout is not that many people. Sometimes it is. But for the most part, it's not a huge turnout.
Are we just going to be a crowd of voices, or are we going to be a crowd of hands?
Never follow the crowd in what you do; the crowd has never produced anything of lasting quality, value or beauty.
I don't see masses, I don't see it like, oh there's hundreds of people here and I'm overwhelmed. I just try to think, well I could be a kid in that crowd, or my daughters could be in that crowd, and no one wants to feel like they're just part of the masses.
There can be crowd issues everywhere in cycling. But it's a good thing for cycling that it's so accessible for spectators. That's why it's so popular - because fans can get close to the road and the race. But you also have to be aware of the dangers.
You see the crowds. I mean, you don't see enthusiasm like that at a Hillary [Clinton] rally. People are falling asleep.
Some people are marching together and some on their own. Others are running, the smaller ones crawl. But some sit in silence.
You are always concentrated on the inner thing. The moment one becomes aware of the crowd, performs for the crowd, it is spectacle.
Chances are, if you are following the crowd, you're following the wrong path.
Beware of those that seek constant crowds. they are nothing alone.
The crowd makes the ballgame.
I would rather trust a person than a crowd.
People-clueless,clueless people-stood there,staring in confusion as they tried to figure out what kind of show I was doing and whether they should clap or call the police.
I've gone on in front of a crowd of 10 people and 7,000 people.
I have a luxury of people coming to see me whether I play for the crowd or not. I don't take that lightly.
Why don't I like crowds? I suppose the worst possible thing I could say is that I don't like people, and that crowds are just collections of people. That seems like a very nihilistic way to look at the world.
Live interaction with a crowd is a cathartic, spiritual kind of exchange, and it's intensified at a festival.
Never get lost in the crowd. Climb a mountain for a better view.
I saw a cluster of people
The only certainty about following the crowd is that you will all get there together.
entirely clear over the screams of the crowds. The
Best place to hide was in a crowd.