James Hillman Quotes and its meanings

James Hillman has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Age Beauty Car Change Courage Education Fear Happiness History Home Society War Wisdom

James Hillman quotes about Fear

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What does James Hillman write about?

James Hillman has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about age, beauty, car, change, courage, education, fear, happiness, history, home, society, war & wisdom. People always share Age quotes, Beauty quotes, car, change, courage, education, fear, happiness, history & home from his literary works.

What are the top most famous quotes by James Hillman?

Here are the top most famous quotes by James Hillman.

  • All we can do when we think of kids today is think of more hours of school, earlier age at the computer, and curfews. Who would want to grow up in that world?
  • Depression opens the door to beauty of some kind.
  • We approach people the same way we approach our cars. We take the poor kid to a doctor and ask, What's wrong with him, how much will it cost, and when can I pick him up?
  • The culture is going into a psychological depression. We are concerned about our place in the world, about being competitive: Will my children have as much as I have? Will I ever own my own home? How can I pay for a new car? Are immigrants taking away my white world?
  • We can't change anything until we get some fresh ideas, until we begin to see things differently.
  • Loss means losing what was We want to change but we don't want to lose. Without time for loss, we don't have time for soul.
  • I don't think anything changes until ideas change. The usual American viewpoint is to believe that something is wrong with the person.
  • The older people that one admires seem to be fearless. They go right out into the world. It's astounding. Maybe they can't see or they can't hear, but they walk out into the street and take life as it comes. They're models of courage, in a strange way.
  • Everything that everyone is afraid of has already happened: The fragility of capitalism, which we don't want to admit the loss of the empire of the United States and American exceptionalism. In fact, American exceptionalism is that we are exceptionally backward in about fifteen different categories, from education to infrastructure.
  • Fear is a huge thing for older people.