Positive Quotes

Best Human Connection Quotes

Human Connection Quotes

  • Deep human connection is … the purpose and the result of a meaningful life – and it will inspire the most amazing acts of love, generosity, and humanity.

    Melinda Gates
  • Cherish your human connections: your relationships with friends and family.

    Barbara Bush
  • The business of business is relationships; the business of life is human connection.

    Robin Sharma
  • We need to remind ourselves of the beauty of human connection and of nature and pull ourselves out of devices for a moment and appreciate what it is just to be human beings.

    Olivia Wilde
  • Communication – the human connection – is the key to personal and career success.

    Paul J. Meyer
  • Albert Einstein quote: A human being is a part of the whole called by us universe...A human being is a part of the whole called by us universe, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feeling as something separated from the rest, a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.

    Albert Einstein
  • Human connections are deeply nurtured in the field of shared story.

    Jean Houston
  • You have to make a space in your heart, in your mind and in your life itself for authentic human connection.

    Marianne Williamson
  • Everyone always wants new things. Everybody likes new inventions, new technology. People will never be replaced by machines. In the end, life and business are about human connections. And computers are about trying to murder you in a lake. And to me the choice is easy.

    Steve Carell
  • Cherish your human connections: your relationships with friends and family. Even your super weirdo creep cousin.

    Joseph Brodsky
  • We live in a world where many of us have a lot of friends on Facebook but yet we have lost human connection.

    Robin Sharma
  • As connected as we are with technology, it’s also removed us from having to have human connection, made it more convenient to not be intimate.

    Sandra Bullock
  • Selling – at its core – is not a business transaction. It is first and foremost the forging of a human connection.

    Bob Burg
  • I said there are at least two kinds of satisfaction, however, and the other has nothing to do with skill. It comes from human connection. It comes from making others happy, understanding them, loving them.

    Atul Gawande
  • People find meaning and redemption in the most unusual human connections.

    Khaled Hosseini
  • So the opposite of addiction is not sobriety. It is human connection.

    Johann Hari
  • People are never too young or too old to look for human connection.

    John Turturro
  • I love using the latest technologies to make life more efficient, but I don’t want to advocate that technology replaces the need to get together and enjoy human connections with people.

    Maynard Webb
  • A human being is a part of the whole called by us universe; a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts, and his feelings as something separate from the rest – a kind of optical delusion of consciousness.

    Albert Einstein
  • I reserve my greatest admiration for those who continue to struggle to embrace the whole impossible tangle of snakes that is our society; those who fight to identify and strengthen human connections, and defeat polarizing forces that strain to drive us apart.

    Shana Alexander
  • In our highly mediated, technologically driven world, we’re all looking for meaningful ways to connect. This has constantly inspired me to create environments full of lively, immersive, experiential elements specifically crafted to foster human connection.

    David Rockwell
  • To draw a tree, to pay such close attention to every aspect of a tree, is an act of reverence not only toward the tree, and toward the earth itself, but also our human connection to it. This is one of the magical things about drawing – it gives us almost visionary moments of connectedness.

    Alan Lee
  • The thing that will never go away is that connection you make with a band or a song where you’re moved by the fact that it’s real people making music. You make that human connection with a song like ‘Let It Be’ or ‘Long and Winding Road’ or a song like ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ or ‘Roxanne,’ any of those songs. They sound like people making music.

    Dave Grohl
  • The opposite of addiction is human connection. And I think that has massive implications for the war on drugs. The treatment of drug addicts almost everywhere in the world is much closer to Tent City than it is to anything in Portugal. Our laws are built around the belief that drug addicts need to be punished to stop them. But if pain and trauma and isolation cause addiction, then inflicting more pain and trauma and isolation is not going to solve that addiction. It’s actually going to deepen it.

    Johann Hari
  • Whatever your supposed politics are – left, right – if you put it in a human connection, most people will rise to the occasion and feel the human pain in a way that they might not if it was presented in a more conceptual way.

    George Saunders
  • Human communication, ‘as the saying goes, is a clash of symbols’ it covers a multitude of signs. But it is more than media and messages, information and persuasion; it also meets a deeper need and serves a higher purpose. Whether clear or garbled, tumultuous or silent, deliberate or fatally inadvertent, communication is the ground of meeting and the foundation of community. It is, in short, the essential human connection.

    Ashley Montagu
  • I never go out, ever. And I think that’s why I’ve been craving human connection so badly, and in a way, I’m excited to go on tour to be around people all the time.

    Marnie Stern
  • The part of the brain that is watching the television and is on the computer at the same time, preparing to jump onto the treadmill for 15 minutes, might be able to lead into sex, but it would be hard put to lead us to romance, or to real authentic human connection.

    Marianne Williamson
  • Passion, interest, or caprice, suggested daily motives for the dissolution of marriage; a word, a sign, a message, a letter, the mandate of a freedman, declared the separation; the most tender of human connections was degraded to a transient society of profit or pleasure.

    Edward Gibbon
  • Of all the alchemies of human connection-sex and childbirth and marriage and friendship-the strangest is this: You can stand up and tell a story that is made entirely, embarrassingly, of “I’s,” and a listening audience somehow turns each “I” into a “me.” This alchemy, of self-absorption into shared experience, is the alchemy of all literature.

    Adam Gopnik
  • The internet has taken away a lot of personalization. A lot of people are writing articles and talking about being able to social network and making these connections but I don’t think anything will replace the human connection making an actual conversation to somebody face to face.

    Steve Mahoney
  • Starbucks being an extension of peoples home and work. The sense of community, human connection. That appears to be as relevant in Turkey, China, Japan and Spain as it is here in America. And Starbucks I think is creating something for people all over the world that has not existed before.

    Howard Schultz
  • Human connection is the way things work. It’s like a patronage system. You know somebody, and he knows somebody, and he knows somebody, and he knows the district governor, and it’s okay.

    Ian Frazier
  • What most interests me is human connection, whether it’s on the street, in
    community, through music, storytelling, and shared experience. People tell me to be a rock cellist, make money, and give up on the activism so I can make more money.

    Ben Sollee
  • I think that one of the reasons that we chose the word love as the subject is because your human connection and how you affect everybody around you, you’ll only understand the gravity of that as you pass later on in life. I think as artists it’s our ability to communicate that in certain ways.

    Tom DeLonge
  • As a young lawyer, I learned to try to find common ground with people, to look for a human connection. When I got to the Senate, despite the fact that there were a lot of people who didn’t want me to get there – and were sure they’d never even talk to me, let alone work with me – I really tried to do the job I was sent there to do by the people of New York, which was to get things done for my constituents. I worked with Republicans, and we found a lot of common ground. It isn’t easy, but it’s part of what we have to do in politics today.

    Hillary Clinton
  • That movie was my girlfriend. That was my girl.” I knew there was going to be initial anger. As a matter of fact, when I was deciding to do Footloose that was one of the first things that I had to realize. First of all, I had to figure out a human connection to it but then I also had to reconcile that I was going to get beat up a little bit on this a little bit.

    Craig Brewer
  • Post-9/11, we saw an immediate uptick in the amount of people in our stores, all over the country. People wanted that human connection. We are not going to fracture the Starbucks experience.

    Howard Schultz
  • It’s taken years for me to understand that dying doesn’t end the story; it transforms it. Edits, rewrites, the blur, aand epiphany of one-way dialogue. Most of us wander in and out of one another’s lives until not death, but distance, does us part– time and space and heart’s weariness are the blander executioners or human connection.

    Gail Caldwell
  • If I had a worldview, and I don’t know if I do, but if I did, it’s one that’s intensely humanistic. [That worldview] is that the only thing that matters is family and personal connection, and that’s the only thing that gives life meaning. Religion and gods and beliefs – for me, it all comes down to your brother. And your brother might be the brother in your family, or it might be the guy next to you in the foxhole, it’s about human connections.

    Eric Kripke
  • Tech is all about building human connections.

    Padmasree Warrior
  • The artistry on the show [ Underground] is apparent in each episode. From the riveting writing to the purposeful and precise direction, the masterful work of the DP [Director of Photography] Kevin McKnight and his crew, and the layers and depths each actor goes to to ensure we the audience feel a human connection to these characters led me to sign my name on the dotted line.

    Aisha Hinds
  • I felt like I was cheating myself of those communities and cheating the audience because I wasn’t able to know them. That’s what the bikes did, without me having to put any arbitrary philosophy on what it was supposed to be. It enabled human connection.

    Ben Sollee

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