Virginia Woolf

Virginia Woolf

“Lock up your libraries if you like; but there is no gate, no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of my mind.”
―Virginia Woolf

17 thoughts on “Virginia Woolf Quote

  1. I agree one of the things that are endless is Learning. For it uses something that is beyond the physical. The human mind is both fragile as it is complex. Let me put it this way put man against a lion and we loose but give man enough time and he can beat even the king of the jungle.

  2. Yes, my library is really where my heart is because I know a lot of what my heart can achieve is reading and storing the information in me.

  3. It has been said that there is no end to education. It is an encouragement in whatsoever situation, we have to keep on learning.

  4. Yea “no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of my mind.” the mind is a powerful tool. Take care of your mind.

  5. The mind is a very powerful tool that one can place so much on it. It like a storehouse with so much ideas and information

  6. Peoples’ minds are free to think whatever they want. It is not bound to what a lot of people should be thinking about certain subjects and whatnot. However, we must take caution that it can either be used wisely, or it can be used just to aggravate people and lead them spiraling down into avoidable chaos. This is why I think our minds are very powerful indeed, and nothing can stop us if we really are set on trying to achieve what we want along the way.

  7. Imprisonment of the mind is the most dangerous type of imprisonment. I would rather they imprison my body than my mind.

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