They walk with speed who walk alone
Posted by ESC on April 18, 2005
In Reply to: They walk with speed who walk alone posted by Victoria S Dennis on April 18, 2005
: : They walk with speed who walk alone. Meaning and/or origin please.
: It's a slightly garbled quotation from a poem by Rudyand Kipling: "Down to Gehenna or up the the Throne/He travels the fastest who travels alone."
: Roughly speaking Kipling meant that whatever your aims are in life, whether those aims are noble or base, you will achieve them fastest if you keep free of emotional ties.
In the words of Commander Cody: I've got my home in my hand. I'm a travelin' man. When I want a woman, I want a one-night stand. I move pretty fast cause I got my home in my hand.
Or something like that.