Wondering Sayings and Quotes

Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old wondering quotes, wondering sayings, and wondering proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources.


Never stop wandering into wonder.     

Suzy Kassem

Sometimes you have to wonder until you start to wonder why you are even wondering.     

Edmond Mbiaka

While mortals sleep, the angels keep their watch of wondering love     

Phillips Brooks

The curious are always in some danger. If you are curious you might never come home.     

Jeanette Winterson

It's curious how we act in moments of personal despair.     

Lawrence Welk

The public should always be wondering how it is possible to give so much for the money.     

Henry Ford

There's a bottomless heart hooked into all of you and it's wondering how much you care.     

George Harrison

When you're curious, you find lots of interesting things to do.     

Walt Disney

Keep wondering whether your waking reality is a dream and you will wake up to the real.     

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

Curious things, habits. People themselves never knew they had them.     

Agatha Christie

There is a very specific, unique brand of rivalry that exists between twins. You're always wondering who the Alpha twin is.     

Alex Hirsch

When the machine grinds to a halt, the cogs themselves begin wondering about their function     

Ken Knabb

Curiosity is looking over other people's affairs, and over-looking our own.     

H. L. Wayland

Clary found herself wondering if the forsaken were edible     

Cassandra Clare

It is curious that physical courage should be so common in the world and moral courage so rare.     

Mark Twain

It would be curious to discover who it is to whom one writes in a diary. Possibly to some mysterious personification of one's own identity.     

Beatrice Webb

There is nothing left of him but curiosity and a pair of eyes.     

Kurt Vonnegut

Stop wondering if you're good enough. Know you are, and start acting like it.     

Simon Black

When we find ourselves wondering about the meaning of conditions and events, its always useful to ask, who profits?     

Richard Mitchell

Curiosity is a feeling which causes us not to be content with the beauty and fragrance of the flower, but which prompts us to look under the rose.     

Jeanette Winterson