Digging A Hole Quotes by Tammara Webber, Christopher Paolini, Rajneesh, Louis Sachar, A. A. Milne, Laurie Halse Anderson and many others.
When you find yourself in a hole, the first thing to do is stop digging.
I’m the sort of person that starts digging a hole and doesn’t stop until it’s finished.
Any mundane activity can become meditative. Digging a hole in the garden, planting new roses in the garden – you can do it with such tremendous love and compassion, you can do it with the hands of a buddha.
It was all because of his no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealinggreat-great-grandfather!
I’ll give you three guesses, Rabbit. Digging holes in the ground? Wrong. Leaping from branch to branch of a young oak tree? Wrong. Waiting for somebody to help me out of the river? Right. Give Rabbit time, and he’ll always get the answer.
I was good at digging holes. It was the rest of life I sucked at.
When you find yourself in a hole, quit digging.
I know how much embarrassment hurts, and I love it as a theme because you can keep digging a hole. It’s just an endless well, embarrassment.
If you dig a hole and it’s in the wrong place, digging it deeper isn’t going to help.
I love planting. I love digging holes, putting plants in, tapping them in. And I love weeding, but I don’t like tidying up the garden afterwards.
If you’re digging a hole in the wrong place, making it deeper doesn’t help anything.
It is a good thing to follow the First Law of Holes: if you are in one, stop digging.