Ibn Battuta Famous Quotes & Sayings

7 Ibn Battuta Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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I one day saw, in the assembly of this prince, a man with a knife in his hand, which he placed upon his own neck; he then made a long speech, not a word of which I could understand; he then firmly grasped the knife, and its sharpness and the force with which he urged it were such, that he severed his head from his body, and it fell on the ground.14 I was wondering much at the circumstance, when the King said to me: Does any among you do such a thing as this? I answered, I never saw one do so. He smiled, and said: These our servants do so, out of their love to us. He Ibn Battuta Sayings: I one day saw, in the assembly of this prince, a man with a knife
Who lives sees, but who travels sees more. Ibn Battuta Sayings: Who lives sees, but who travels sees more.
I have indeed - praise be to God - attained my desire in this world, which was to travel through the earth, and i have attained in this respect what no other person has attained to my knowledge. Ibn Battuta Sayings: I have indeed - praise be to God - attained my desire in this world,
Traveling - it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller. Ibn Battuta Sayings: Traveling - it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.
Traveling - it offers you a hundred roads to adventure, and gives your heart wings! Ibn Battuta Sayings: Traveling - it offers you a hundred roads to adventure, and gives your heart wings!
The wind then became calmed in some degree: when, after sun-rise, we perceived that the mountain we had seen was in the air, and that we could see light between it and the sea. I was much astonished at this: but, seeing the sailors in the utmost perturbation, and bidding farewell to one another, I said, Pray what is the matter? They said, What we supposed to be a mountain, is really a Rokh,1 and if he sees us, we shall assuredly perish, there being now between us and him a distance of ten miles only. But God, in his goodness, gave us a good wind, and we steered our course in a direction from him, so that we saw no more of him; nor had we any knowledge of the particulars of his shape. Ibn Battuta Sayings: The wind then became calmed in some degree: when, after sun-rise, we perceived that the
traveling - it gives you home in thousand strange places, then leaves you a stranger in your own land. Ibn Battuta Sayings: traveling - it gives you home in thousand strange places, then leaves you a stranger