When a person has free time, he likes to live or roam in a place where he feels peace and hope. There are many places (huts) in the world where you can think carefully about your success and mistakes.
There is a favorable environment around the hut where nature provides a positive energy to improve it and complete the great work.
Many scholars in the world built a hut in a quiet environment to fulfill their purpose and spend some time there.
Hut Quotes are related to great scholars who have described its importance through Hut Quotes.
Read here a collection of prized Hut Quotes, in which the importance of the hut is described in these few words.
Collection of the Best Hut Quotes
1. Nobody entering a hut pays for the heart he will enjoy in it. ― Bajan Proverb
2. Who takes a hut, also takes the rats and cockroaches. ― African Proverb
3. I had this stereotypical view that back people apart from me probably threw stones and lived in huts.
4. In a simple wooden hut, you can create great universal ideas because the seed of the great ideas often grows and develops in the land of modesty.
― Mehmet Murat ildan
5. We live in a world where a hut made of clay is more durable than brick buildings because poverty doesn’t allow it to be reconstructed. ― Munia Khan
6. I dream that one day I would be a published writer and people would read my books – if not, I would be living in the mountains in a small hut, near a pond where swans swim, writing a diary for myself. ― Srinidhi.R
7. Everybody eats something But you won’t eat me You won’t get me on your plate Or have me over for tea Everybody lives somewhere Mud hut or igloo But what I got is the hottest spot And it’s away from you. ―Andy Partridge
8. Love in a hut, with water and a crust, Is Love, forgive us! cinders, ashes, dust. ― John Keats
9. My parents would tell us to go outside and play or to do creative stuff, but television was very limited. So we used our own creativity to entertain ourselves. We were out in the woods a lot making huts and playing horses.
― Jan Brett
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10. These are the roots of trees, O monks, these are empty huts. Meditate, monks, do not be negligent, or else you will regret it later. This is our instruction to you. ― Gautama Buddha
11. What do you do when you’re living in a hut for $500 a month and subsisting on Boston Market and Subway? You just keep doing what you’re doing. ― Sophia Amoruso
12. Although the circle dance is known throughout the entire world, the front dance is limited to the cultures of which the rectangular hut is a part. ― Curt Sachs
13. The University of Timbuktu never existed. The only thing that existed in Timbuktu was a small mud hut.
― R.J. Rushdoony
14. There was a rock in front of my hut, a tall, gray rock. By its looks, it seemed to be well-disposed toward me.
― Knut Hamsun
15. Life is a smoke that curls-
Curls in a flickering skein,
That winds and whisks and whirls,
A figment thin and vain,
Into the vast inane.
One end for hut and hall.
― William Ernest Henley
16. I am a mud hut, I can not stand shocks. ― Swahili Proverb
17. Do not carry rubbish out of your hut. ― Russian Proverb
18. To have a hut built from mud here is better than a palace made from gold and marble on the Arabian Gulf.
― Kurdish Proverb
19. What good is a palace if it’s inhabited by owls. Better a straw hut inhabited by humans. ― Filipino Proverb
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20. I lived in a hut with no roof, and I rode to school on a donkey. I used to shoot birds with a slingshot to cook for dinner. Now I prefer to get my food from KFC. ― Wyclef Jean
21. Love in a hut, with water and a crust, IsLove, forgive us!cinders, ashes, dust; Love in a palace is perhaps at last More grievous torment than a hermit’s fast. ― John Keats
22. We who lived in concentration camps can remember the men who walked through the huts comforting others, giving away their last piece of bread. ― Viktor E. Frankl
23. I go down to my little hut, where it’s tight and dark and warm, and within minutes I can go back to being six or seven or eight again. ― Roald Dahl
24. I exist as an annexe of the BBC. I’m down the road a bit from the main building, in a little hut. ― Alexei Sayle
25. I lived in grass huts in a jungle in the Philippines for three weeks with tribal people. ― Evangeline Lilly
26. What is experience? A poor little hut constructed from the ruins of the palace of gold and marble called our illusions. ― Philibert Joseph Roux
27. Hope is a flatterer, but the most upright of all parasites; for she frequents the poor man’s hut, as well as the palace of his superior. ― William Shenstone
28. Many who build castles in the air cannot build a hut on earth. ― German Proverb
29. A hut is a palace to the poor man. ― Irish Proverb
30. The darkness of the world made no distinctions; it entered its palaces as it did its huts. ― Cornelia Funke
31. You search for life sitting in closed rooms and reading books, and I have seen life in the brothel. I have seen life in small huts and narrow, dark alleyways… Look at life with the naked eye, and see the extent to which it has become a victim. ― Shaukat Siddiqui
32. In the meanest hut is a romance, if you knew the hearts there. ― Karl August Varnhagen Von Ense
32. A collection of huts surrounded by a barbed-wire fence, and in the huts lived 500 of the original inhabitants of our area. And so it went with many country towns around Australia. ― Phillip Noyce
33. (This town) doesn’t look like anything; it isn’t anything. Its five tin-roofed huts cling to the skinny tracks of the Uganda Railway like parasites on a vine. ― Beryl Markham
34. Old love is a row of beach huts in November. ― Julian Barnes
35. Satellite technology is a wonderful thing. From space, we can stare down and look at perimeter fences, huts, mine entrances, and even sites of mass graves. ― John Sweeney
36. Perspective, as its inventor remarked, is a beautiful thing. What horrors of damp huts, where human beings languish, may not become picturesque through aerial distance! ― George Eliot
37. I lived in grass huts in a jungle in the Philippines for three weeks with tribal people. ― Evangeline Lilly
38. Every man is the builder of his own hut. ― Tahitian Proverb
39. One who enters a hut does not smell the termites roasting in the boiler. ― South African Proverb
40. A mud hut cannot withstand great shocks. ― Swahili Proverb
41. don’t sit on your patio in the high noon of your tranquility and make light of the huts that people build in the midnight of their desperation. ― Fred B. Craddock
42. We who lived in concentration camps can remember the men who walked through the huts comforting others, giving away their last piece of bread. ― Viktor E. Frankl
43. Thou shalt not take moochers into thy hut? ― Homer
44. Every writer dreams of having a backyard cottage, similar to Dahl’s ‘writing hut.’ English cottages and charming huts might seem out of reach, but a good carpenter could build a modest cottage on the cheap. ― Kate Klise
45. For us to get to those huts and no one’s home, it’s going to be a kick to the nuts. ― Joe Teti
46. When the man is away, the monkey eats his corn and goes into his hut. ― Zulu Proverb
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47. If civilization had been left in female hands we would still be living in grass huts. ― Comille paglia
48. There are even many huts built entirely of the universal aloe. ― Edward Burnett Tylor
49. From a loft perch, Tarzan viewed the village of thatched huts across the intervening plantation. ― Edgar Rice Burroughs
50. Indeed, there is something is this valley, some spirit and some life, and much to talk about in the huts. Although nothing has come ye, something is here already. ― Alan Paton
51. I found you people in mud huts. you were living in caves. ― Kane
52. I had this stereotypical view that black people apart from me probably threw stones and lived in huts. ― Trisha Goddard
53. These ancient huts were soon cleared of the rubbish covering them. I planned them and removed them for investigation below, which undertaking took until the fourth of Nov. ― Howard Carter
54. The great city is that which has the greatest man or woman: if it is a few ragged huts, it is still the greatest city in the whole world. ― Walt Whitman
55. the network of treehouses and huts and underground burrows that made up the thriving metropolis in which they lived – all logs and twine and dried mud, everything leaning to the left or the right. ― James Dashner
56. I see drawings and pictures in the poorest of huts and the dirtiest of corners. ― Vincent Van Gogh
57. I see drawings and pictures in the poorest of huts and the dirtiest of corners. ― Vincent Van Gogh
58. For us to go to those huts and no one’s home, it’s going to be a kick to the nuts. ― Joe Ten
59. The Natives grieve when the white men leave their huts. Because they’re obviously, definitely nuts. ― Noel Coward
60. My sole literary ambition is to write one good novel, then retire to my hut in the desert, assume the lotus position, compose my mind and senses, and sink into meditation, contemplating my novel. ― Edward Abbey
61. Jesus was not sent here to teach the people to build magnificent churches and temples amidst the cold wretched huts and dismal hovels. He came to make the human heart a temple, and the soul an altar, and the mind a priest. ― Khalil Gibran
62. Since I’m a fan of collections and anthologies, believe that the best writing often shines in shards and galloping stretches, I never find myself lobbying for a writer I enjoy reading regularly to hole up in Heidegger’s hut for four or five years to bring forth a mountain.
― James Wolcott
63. My dad grew up basically in a hut in Taiwan without enough food to eat. And within one generation his son in America gets to do a comedy show about whatever he wants. ― Aziz Ansari
64. The man that brings ant-infested faggots into his hut should not grumble when lizards begin to pay him a visit. ― Chinua Achebe
65. Looking about I see no cherry blossoms And no crimson leaves A straw-thatched hut by a bay In the autumn dusk. ― Fujiwara no Teika
66. We forgave, followed, and accepted because we liked the way he looked. And he had a pretty wife. Camelot was fun, even for the peasants, as long as it was televised to their huts. ― Joe McGinniss
67. My writing method is to sit in a very small hut absolutely alone. I write in total solitude. And I write on paper, on hand, and then it gets typed. Normal for me. ― Sally Potter
68. He’d watch the loading and unloading of boats; the building of houses, shacks, and huts; and above all, the people, each carrying a bundle of stories inside them. ― Marcus Sedgwick
69. Each year in Africa about two and a half million people go blind … and they just go blind … they sit around in their huts. ― Fred Hollows
70. I come from a hut, from a hut I went to the projects, from the projects I went to a mansion so you out there you have ABSOLUTELY NO EXCUSE!― Wyclef Jean
71. The most humble of huts is pleasing when it is clean; the most luxurious setting offers no attraction if it is covered in dust. ― Mariama Ba
72. Mountains breed learned men and shepherds’ huts house philosophers. ― Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
73. I have a book of buildings from 25,000 BC. These are huts built out of mammoth bones. These buildings were beautifully made, from the bones of the body into the shelter. ― Ben Nicholson
74. These ancient huts were soon cleared of the rubbish covering them. I planned them and removed them for investigation below, which undertaking took until the fourth of Nov. ― Howard Carter
75. As much as we love being sociable on holiday, part of me craves the idea of being away, staying in a hut on the beach, and maybe not seeing anyone for days apart from Jamie and the boys. ― Louise Nurding