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95,232.  You did not walk with me

Of late to the hill-top tree

By the gated ways,

As in earlier days;

You were weak and lame,

So you never came,

And I went alone, and I did not mind,

Not thinking of you as left behind.

 

I walked up there today

Just in the former way;

Surveyed around

The familiar ground

By myself again:

What difference then?

Only that underlying sense

Of the look of a room on returning thence.  (Walk & Alone)  Thomas Hardy, The Walk

 

 

122,291.  The goose step for instance is one of the most terrible sights in the world.  (Write & Literature & Biography & Author & Books & Walk)  George Orwell, cited Arena: George Orwell IV: The Lion & The Unicorn, BBC 1983

 

 

4,284.  We humans uniquely habitually walk around upright on two legs … Big brains and upright walking really are hallmarks of humans. (Human Being & Brain & Walk)  Professor Alice Roberts, Horizon: What Makes Us Human? BBC 2013

 

 

6,038.  Walking would fundamentally alter the course of our evolutionary history.  (Evolution & Human Being & Walking)  Dr Alice Roberts, Origins of Us: Bones BBC 2011 1/3

 

 

5,447.  There is no easy walk to freedom anywhere, and many of us will have to pass through the valley of the shadow of death again and again before we reach the mountaintop of our desires.  (Freedom & Walk)  Nelson Mandela

 

 

6,576.  All truly great thoughts are conceived while walking.  (Think & Walk)  Friedrich Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols

 

 

11,613.  An active line in a walk, moving freely without a goal.  A walk for walk’s sake.  The agent is a point that shifts position.  (Art & Walk)  Paul Klee, Pedagogical Sketchbook 1923

 

 

20,670.  Her:  You know, you say you’ve been walking for thirty years, right?

 

Him:  Right.

 

Her:  Have you ever thought that maybe you were lost?

 

Him:  No.

 

Her:  How do you know you are walking in the right direction?

 

Him:  I walk by faith and not by sight.  (GBH Films & Walk & Faith)  The Book of Eli 2010 starring Denzel Washington & Gary Oldman & Mila Kunis & Ray Stevenson & Jennifer Beals & Tom Waits et al, directors the Hughes brothers   

 

 

53,702.  If God had meant us to walk everywhere he wouldn’t have given us Little Chefs.  (Town & Comedy & Walk)  The League of Gentlemen: Nightmare in Royston Vasey s1e3, Vicar

 

 

65,754.  Walk as if you are kissing the Earth with your feet.  (Buddhism & Walk)  Thích Nhất Hạnh, Peace is Every Step: The Path of Mindfulness in Everyday Life

 

 

76,438.  Here.  Watch.  Who’s this then? ... I’ll do the funny walk.  (Hotel & Walk)  Fawlty Towers: The Germans s1e6, Basil to Germans in restaurant

 

 

92,964.  A Walk on the Wild Side.  Nelson Algren, title of novel

 

 

92,965.  A Walk On The Wild Side.  Lou Reed

 

 

92,966.  You stop me again when I’m walking and I’ll cut your fucking Jacob’s off.  Snatch 2000 starring Brad Pitt & Vinnie Jones & Jason Statham & Stephen Graham & Alan Ford & Robbie Gee & Lennie James & Ade & Dennis Farina & Adam Fogerty & Mike Reidet et al, director Guy Ritchie, Bricktop 

 

 

92,967.  I will walk alone.  Rab C Nesbitt

 

 

92,969.  As I walked through the wilderness of the world.  (Walk & Wilderness)  John Bunyan, The Pilgrim’s Progress 1678

 

 

86,995.  And then he walked away.  Away out of my life for ever.  (Romance & Walk)  Brief Encounter 1946 starring Celia Johnson & Trevor Howard & Stanley Holloway & Joyce Carey & Cyril Raymond & Everley Gregg & Marjorie Mars & Margaret Barton & Alfie Bass & Wallace Bosco & Sydney Bromley et al, director David Lean

 

 

92,970.  We ourselves must walk the path.  Buddha

 

 

92,971.  In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.  John Muir

 

 

92,973.  I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.  John Muir

 

 

92,972.  You don’t walk away if you love someone.  You help the person.  Hillary Clinton

 

 

92,974.  I like long walks, especially when they are taken by people who annoy me.  Noël Coward   

 

 

96,873.  Nevertheless, one would have known him for a tramp a hundred yards away.  There was something in his drifting style of walk, and the way he had of hunching his shoulders forward, essentially abject.  Seeing him walk, you felt instinctively that he would sooner take a blow than give one.  (Tramp & Walk)  George Orwell, Down and Out in Paris and London

 

 

102,864.  Ministry of Silly Walks: ‘It’s not particularly silly, is it?’  Monty Python’s Flying Circus s2e1: Face the Press, BBC 1970

 

 

115,415.  Walking – but how much do you really need to do to make a difference? … Is 10,000 steps really worth doing?  (Exercise & Walk)  Michael Mosley, The Truth About Getting Fit, BBC 2018  

 

115,416.  The fact is you can get similar perhaps greater benefits from a few brisk walks a day is enormously encouraging.  (Exercise & Walk)  ibid.

 

 

116,244.  ‘20 minutes a day of physical activity – walking – can make a profound difference to your health.’  (Exercise & Walk)  Professor Greg Whyte, Tonight: Exercise: New Year, New You? ITV 2018

 

 

129,339.  Around the world a bizarre ritual persists: man knowingly and willingly matches himself against the flames.  Practiced in diverse cultures, embodied in several religion, and mysterious and ancient custom of firewalking has intrigued observers for hundreds of years.  Two puzzling question remain unanswered for centuries: How did the custom originate?  And what protects the firewalkers from being burned?  (Fire & Walk)  In Search of s2e3 … Firewalkers, 1978

 

129,340.  Firewalking is surprisingly widespread.  (Fire & Walk)  ibid.