OBSTINATE, adj. Inaccessible to the truth as it is manifest in the splendor and stress of our advocacy. The popular type and exponent of obstinacy is the mule, a most intelligent animal. - Ambrose Bierce
When we rely on our own strength, God’s opportunities become inaccessible to us - Sunday Adelaja
The stars awaken a certain reverence, because though always present, they are inaccessible - Ralph Waldo Emerson
There is a solitude, which each and every one of us has always carried with him, more inaccessible than the ice-cold mountains, more profound than the midnight sea; the solitude of self. Our inner being, which we call ourself, no eye nor touch of man or angel has ever pierced. - Elizabeth Cady Stanton
The more rigid and exclusive one makes the border between philosophy and theology, the more that distinction itself has to fall on the side of theology, and the more inaccessible that very distinction becomes to philosophy - Gregory B. Sadler
no human culture is inaccessible to someone who makes the effort to understand, to learn, to inhabit another world. - Henry Louis Gates Jr.
Ideals make reason inaccessible. - Floriano Martins