Superstition Quotes and Sayings
Superstition is the death of a thinking mind.
– Dr T.P.Chia
The root of all superstition is that men observe when a thing hits, but not when it misses.
– Francis Bacon
What we don’t understand we can make mean anything.
– Chuck Palahniuk
What the mind doesn’t understand, it worships or fears.
– Alice Walker
I don’t believe in superstition because it brings bad luck!
Superstition is the only religion of which base souls are capable of.
– Joseph Joubert
The superstitions of today are the scientific facts of tomorrow.
— John Balderston
Superstition is the poison of the mind.
– Joseph Lewis
Superstitions are, for the most part, but the shadows of great truths.
– Tryon Edwards
Superstition is cowardice in the face of the Divine.
Superstition is the belief in the causal nexus.
– Ludwig Wittgenstein
Men become superstitious, not because they have too much imagination, but because they are not aware that they have any.
– George Santayana
I am all for curses and superstition, but there’s a point at which they start getting in the way. That point had arrived.
– Tahir Shah
The worst superstition is to consider our own tolerable.
– Doris Lessing
You may substitute knowledge for superstition without satisfying the needs that drive people into superstition’s arms.
– Susan Neiman
Superstition is another word for Everyday life.
– Lionel Suggs
Superstition is the poetry of life.
– Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
The superstitious one will never walk upon a grave. It’s said that its sinful in the day and terrible bad luck in the dark.
– C.L. Bevill
Men are probably nearer the essential truth in their superstitions than in their science.
— Henry Thoreau
When it’s your fourth marriage, you tend to lose faith in superstitions.
– Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Superstition was with me at that moment, but it was not yet her hour for complete victory.
– Charlotte Brontë
The worst of all superstitions may be that astrology is a superstition.
— Kedar Joshi
My mother believed in all superstitions, plus she made some up.
– Donald E. Westlake
With their backs to the sunrise they worship the night.
– Robert G. Ingersoll
Superstition has been defined as the use of a form whose significance has been forgotten.
– Dion Fortune