Hippie Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Hippie Quotes from famous persons: Tove Lo, Aaron Koblin, Steve Kanaly, Sam Farr, John Hughes. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Hippie Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

I knew when I went to a very hippie high school that fo

I knew when I went to a very hippie high school that focused on music that I wanted to do something in the industry.
I studied at UC Santa Cruz before going on to do a grad program at UCLA. Santa Cruz was like an awesome hippie summer camp. I got to take a vacation from reality and hang out on beaches and in forests.
We’d go out in Larry‘s hippie van and drive out all around Dallas. He loved Chinese food, he’d go in and say. Remember me Major Nelson, me and my friends here are making this show called Dallas, have you got a table for us? It would work every time.
Steve Kanaly
When I was in the California legislature in the ’80s, the organic growers, who were sort of the small hippie farmers in those days, brought it to my attention that there were no regulations on organic labeling. In essence, anybody could just grow a thing any way they wanted and put ‘organic’ on it.
Sam Farr
I’m a former hippie, so clothes are important to me – your clothes defined you in that period. I guess clothes still defines people. But, I change a lot. I’m in my Brooks Brothers period now.
For a while, I tried to masquerade as somewhat of a hippie because I was under the impression that was the kind of guy girls would like. I was pretty unsuccessful because I liked the idea of camping more than actually camping. I did go to a Grateful Dead concert, but I was pretty bored.
The people who really know me understand that I have a tough exterior, but I’m actually just a hippie at heart.
My real fantasy if I was to drop out would be to live in a mobile home and be a hippie and drive around festivals and have millions of children – children with dreadlocks and nose rings – and play the flute.
I grew up in a very urban, bohemian family where everyone was a hippie or a pacifist. It was artistically and intellectually stimulating, but they were definitely not into outdoor sports or activities.
I try to be really hippie about things. I’m uptight in all the ways that are really important, but the things my husband and family can benefit from my uptightness, I’m completely lacking.
I am a complete hippie when it comes to travelling.
I’ll do anything that sparks me. Sometimes I’ll want to do something random with ballet, and then I’ll want to be a hippie caterpillar in an animation film. Who knows what will come my way, but I’m going to try and put little hints into the universe, and hopefully they’ll float on by.
I’m just an old hippie. You know, peace and love.
Sherman Hemsley
I get emotionally spent answering questions about my dead father and my criminal friends and my upbringing in a hippie environment in a marginalized community.
When I was eight, a hippie guy taught me how to meditate and gave me this scarf I was supposed to wear when I meditated. I still have it; it’s probably one of the items that mean most to me.
Andy was not a hippie or rebel but more like a mischievous child. He was never out to destroy everything. He became a New Yorker, and New Yorkers know, like the media, what’s going on around them is a fashion thing that will change to something else.
I’m flowing and letting things happen as they happen. I want to be living out of suitcases on the road. I’m open to the universe, whatever comes my way. I feel like a hippie – but hey, it works.
Not to sound too hippie, but I work so much off of energy. I’m a Pisces, and that’s part of who I am.
I’m such a hippie.
I live with some of my best friends from high school, very commune-like, in my house. It’s my hippie way of life.
My parents were a little more on the hippie spectrum of Christianity – they weren’t liberal Christians by any means, they were pretty conservative – but they preached mostly about love and caring for people, so I grew up with a lot of compassion and empathy.
I grew up in a hippie commune so I have a real hippie part of me.
Learning that Jeremy Corbyn had a fondness for cold beans, it’s impossible not to think of him in ‘The Young Ones.’ Hippie, long-haired Neil?
I’m sort of a hippie pacifist in terms of general persona.
As a child I ate all sorts of veg because my mother was a hippie and grew them all and made our clothes.
I’m like a hippie. At the end of the day, that’s what my voice caters to.
Growing up in London, with a hippie mom, I don’t know that I’m most people’s definition of what a black person is. I’m mixed, yes, but in the world I’m defined as black before I’m defined white. I’ve never been called white.
Carmen Ejogo
The fact that we were encouraged to follow our conscience and not to follow the crowds – that’s something I really miss. On the other hand, there were things that drove me nuts in the ’60s. There was an aspect of the hippie movement that everyone is an artist, which is lethal.
I was raised with hippie parents, so I get down with the positive. I don’t pay attention to the negative.
I think my style is kind of a cross between a skater hippie and an R&B star. If there were something I was going to endorse, it would probably be something like sneakers. Something that would be me.
Could I use some butter and cheese and eggs in my cooking without going down some kind of hippie shame spiral? Yes. Of course I could.
It’s hard to talk about it without sounding like a hippie. But trees are really inspiring to me. They’re like the masters of the earth.
In the past when I was on protests, it was always people shouting out of the cars, ‘get a job, get a bath, get a haircut.’ So, am I a dole-scrounging hippie, or am I middle class and privileged? Just by stepping forward, somehow you become scrutinized, rather than the actual issues that count.
Guess what, I might be the first hippie pinup girl.
Janis Joplin
I took a job at a factory in New Jersey to try to save money to go to Europe. When I took the job, I set a date for quitting. I was going to hitchhike around, be a hippie, see the world. I just wanted to be responsible long enough to get up the money to get there and trip around.
I never was a hippie! I went to India because so many friends like Mia Farrow and the Beatles were going there to discover truth. And so I went and trekked through India by myself, but instead of discovering truth, I wanted to join the Peace Corps.
My mother was extremely controlled, sort of flawless. And I always tend to be a bit more hippie.
I’m an old hippie who lives in the now. I seldom look forward, but we have to.
As I got into my teens, I started reading better books, beginning with the Beats and then the hippie writers, people like Wallace Stegner up in Northern California, and all the political New Journalism stuff, the Boys on the Bus dudes and Ken Kesey.
I’m not very good at business. I’m more of a creative, fun-loving hippie type.
In my house every Sunday, everybody was cleaning the house. There was always music, and everybody was dancing, sometimes naked, around the house. Not hippie, but very free.
Growing up, I was a little hippie kid. I went to some good concertsAmnesty International with Bob Dylan and Tracy Chapman… The best concert I ever went to was this one at the Cow Palace my freshman year in college on New Year‘s Eve. It was Pearl Jam opening for Nirvana opening for Red Hot Chili Peppers.
I didn’t fit in on any level when I moved from Brooklyn to Burbank – on any level. And then I met a bunch of hippies, and I became a little hippie myself. A Brooklyn hippie.
There were two things I wanted to be: an actor and a hippie.
I am a certified hippie and I love nature.
The people I grew up around who I really liked were quick on the draw. It always just wowed me. And my mum would make weird funny comments. I can see in myself her self-deprecating, hippie humour. I can’t take myself too seriously.
I went to Bard College, which was a really interesting synthesis of a hippie school and a serious academic institution. It was really the perfect spot for me.
I’m a modern-day hippie.
Growing up I played in garage bands and cover bands with my older brother, and he got us a gig opening up for some hippie jam band. I was 15. I felt like such an adult!
I was a hippie. I dropped in and out of everything. Then I found acting. It really grounded me.
I grew up counterculture. I’m essentially a hippie, and I’m essentially a folkie.
I’m a hippie at heart – I always want everyone to be happy.
The most important thing is to find the balance between city and nature. I have that ‘hippie quality‘ – my husband is a super-hippie Los Angeles boy – so we’ll have to make time to go to Puerto Rico, and upstate New York, and be sure we get to do outdoorsy stuff like that.
Ana Ortiz
I’m from the ’60s, but no one has ever accused me of being a hippie. I never had much interest in the Woodstock crowd, which partied to change the world, while real people were starving to death in Africa.
Lloyd Kaufman
My dad has seen and done a lot. He comes from the hippie era where music and living life to the fullest is more important than stability and playing by the rules.
I used to wear the sweetest, gnarliest things that smelt like candy. That said, I’ve always burned incense – a real hippie situation – and have forever been drawn to patchouli, musk, woodsy scents and rose.
I have what some people consider to be a ‘hippie’ mentality.
I used to travel in tennis shoes; I am just not allowed to anymore. I’m an old hippie from San Francisco.
Amy Irving
I’m a little bit of a hippie at heart, so I always wear things that are comfortable and flowing.
I really like the cute Beatles, the beginning. I don’t really like the moustached Beatles very much. And then the hippie Beatles I’m not super-thrilled with, although they had good songs.
The real hippie is trying to create something inclusive, something holistic, something loving and healthy which isn’t in perpetual conflict with authority and actually knows that the only way to disarm the entire game is to step aside and not take any sides.
I’ve been called a career hippie. I like that, I like that a lot.
To get the hippie out of certain characters is probably the most difficult thing for me. I was not a hippie by choice but by birth.
We came out in the midst of the hippie hangover. All this mellow music.
My hair is way, way long. I’ve hitchhiked across the country a zillion times. I’ve ridden in every car. I was never a hippie. It takes more than long hair.
My style is cinematic; it is a touch of French woman of the ’60s and American hippie with a Brooklyn edge. I love wearing wide-brim hats, newsboy caps, mini dresses and sheer blouses with details.