“Madness is a necessary and beautiful part of the human experience.” – John Lennon

“The world is mad and the people in it are mad too, but I must confess that I think the world would be dull without a little madness.” – Paulo Coelho

“In this mad world, only the mad are truly sane.” – Akira Kurosawa

“There is method in madness, and madness in method.” – William Shakespeare

“Madness is the ultimate sanity.” – Friedrich Nietzsche

“The world is mad, but I find my sanity in embracing the madness.” – Edgar Allan Poe

“In a mad world, only the mad are truly free.” – Salvador Dali

“Sometimes the only way to stay sane is to go a little mad.” – Lewis Carroll

“The world has always been mad, but sometimes it takes a bit of madness to truly see it.” – Albert Einstein

“The world is a madhouse, and I’m the joker.” – Mark Twain

“In a mad world, only the maddest succeed.” – Pablo Picasso

“Madness is the spark of genius in a chaotic world.” – Vincent Van Gogh

“If you can’t beat the madness, join it.” – Charles Bukowski QUOTES BY FAMOUS PEOPLE ABOUT ISOLATION

“Madness is the gateway to creativity in a world of conformity.” – Jim Morrison

“The only thing crazier than this mad world is trying to fit into it.” – J. Cole

“It’s a mad, mad world but there’s method to the madness.” – H.G. Wells

“In this mad world, even the sanest mind can become a madman.” – Neil Gaiman

“Madness is the one thing that connects us all in this strange world.” – Virginia Woolf

“Madness is the key to unlock the hidden truths of a chaotic world.” – Plato

“In a mad world, your only choice is to embrace the madness or be consumed by it.” – Paulo Coelho

“The world is mad, but it’s the maddest who make the difference.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“You have to be a little crazy to survive in this mad world.” – Hunter S. Thompson

“Madness is the only thing that keeps me sane in this mad world.” – Ray Bradbury

“In a world gone mad, the sane are often the ones labelled crazy.” – Fyodor Dostoevsky

“Madness is not a sign of weakness; it’s a sign of strength in a world that often makes no sense.” – Paulo Coelho