Cosmic Dust Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Cosmic Dust Sayings By Suzy Kassem: Everybody has a little bit of the sun and moon in them. Everybody has a Everybody has a little bit of the sun and moon in them. Everybody has a little bit of man, woman, and animal in them. Darks and lights in them. Everyone is part of a connected cosmic system. Part earth and sea, wind and fire, with some salt and dust swimming in them. We have a universe within ourselves that mimics the universe outside. None of us are just black or white, or never wrong and always right. No one. No one exists without polarities. Everybody has good and bad forces working with them, against them, and within them. — Suzy Kassem
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Cosmic Dust Sayings By C.S. Lewis: I cried out for the pain of man,I cried out for my bitter wrathAgainst the I cried out for the pain of man,
I cried out for my bitter wrath
Against the hopeless life that ran
For ever in a circling path
From death to death since all began;
Till on a summer night
I lost my way in the pale starlight
And saw our planet, far and small,
Through endless depths of nothing fall
A lonely pin-prick spark of light,
Upon the wide, enfolding night,
With leagues on leagues of stars above it,
And powdered dust of stars below-
Dead things that neither hate nor love it
Not even their own loveliness can know,
Being but cosmic dust and dead.
And if some tears be shed,
Some evil God have power,
Some crown of sorrow sit
Upon a little world for a little hour-
Who shall remember? Who shall care for it? — C.S. Lewis
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Cosmic Dust Sayings By Dash Shaw: Eventually our whole world, every culture, will explode and we'll all just be fucking cosmic Eventually our whole world, every culture, will explode and we'll all just be fucking cosmic dust. We'll all dissipate. We'll all be nothing and everything. What's more spiritual than that? — Dash Shaw
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Cosmic Dust Sayings By Jillian Jacobs: Weaving love stories from cosmic dust. Weaving love stories from cosmic dust. — Jillian Jacobs
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Cosmic Dust Sayings By David Medved: Detailed scientific arguments by the authors present a serious challenge to the expositors of the Detailed scientific arguments by the authors present a serious challenge to the expositors of the Copernican Principle (that man is merely an impure lump of carbon crawling about on the surface of an insignificant speck of cosmic dust). — David Medved
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Cosmic Dust Sayings By Kirsten Beyer: Suddenly, she saw herself once again, standing before a mirror, just as she had in Suddenly, she saw herself once again, standing before a mirror, just as she had in the Q Continuum when her body had been collected from cosmic dust and made whole. Before her the outlines of a woman were visible, the contours of her body a rough approximation of Janeway's own. But this woman gave off her own illumination, an almost blinding light. Janeway stared at her, not in the mirror, but as the mirror. All she had ever been, or would ever be, gazed silently at her, quietly demanding recognition. That — Kirsten Beyer
Cosmic Dust Sayings By Manly Hall: Before our globe had become egg-shaped or round it was a long trail of cosmic Before our globe had become egg-shaped or round it was a long trail of cosmic dust or fire-mist, moving and writhing like a serpent. This, say the explanations, was the Spirit of God moving on the chaos until its breath had incubated cosmic matter and made it assume the annular shape of a serpent with its tail in its month
emblem of eternity in its spiritual and of our world in its physical sense. — Manly Hall
Cosmic Dust Sayings By Elizabeth Lesser: And then there's the sticky question of "What is the self?" Is it merely a And then there's the sticky question of "What is the self?" Is it merely a bundle of neural impulses held together by flesh and gravity for a tiny flash of time? And when the flash burns out, does our body turn to dust and our personal ego dissolve into the cosmic soup? Or is each one of us more substantial than that? Are we spiritual beings having a human experience? Does our soul continue once released from the confines of body and ego? And when, as human beings, we listen for guidance from our authentic core, is it really the eternal soul whose song we hear? — Elizabeth Lesser
Cosmic Dust Sayings By Isaac Asimov: At two-tenths the speed of light, dust and atoms might not do significant damage even At two-tenths the speed of light, dust and atoms might not do significant damage even in a voyage of 40 years, but the faster you go, the worse it is
space begins to become abrasive. When you begin to approach the speed of light, hydrogen atoms become cosmic-ray particles, and they will fry the crew ... So 60,000 kilometers per second may be the practical speed limit for space travel. — Isaac Asimov
Cosmic Dust Sayings By David Cronenberg: She took his hands in hers and placed them on her breasts. They ache a She took his hands in hers and placed them on her breasts. They ache a bit, you know. After all, they've been penetrated by two hundred and forty tiny titanium pellets. Like asteroids and a cosmic dust shower. — David Cronenberg
Cosmic Dust Sayings By R.C. Sproul: There is not one piece of cosmic dust that is outside the scope of God's There is not one piece of cosmic dust that is outside the scope of God's sovereign providence. — R.C. Sproul
Cosmic Dust Sayings By Alastair Reynolds: Consider all the inanimate matter in the universe, all the dumb atoms, all the mindless Consider all the inanimate matter in the universe, all the dumb atoms, all the mindless molecules, all the oblivious dust grains and pebbles and rocks and iceballs and worlds and stars, all the unthinking galaxies and superclusters, wheeling through the oblivious time-haunted megaparsecs of the cosmic supervoid.
In all that immensity, she had somehow contrived to BE a human being, a microscopically tiny, cosmically insignificant bundle of information-processing systems, wired to a mind more structurally complex than the Milky Way itself, maybe even more complex than the rest of the *whole damned universe*! — Alastair Reynolds
Cosmic Dust Sayings By Neil DeGrasse Tyson: We live on a cosmic speck of dust, orbiting a mediocre star in the far We live on a cosmic speck of dust, orbiting a mediocre star in the far suburbs of a common sort of galaxy, among a hundred billion galaxies in the universe. — Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Cosmic Dust Sayings By Andrew Smith: I pictured the first time we saw the girl, breezing past us in that Lincoln, I pictured the first time we saw the girl, breezing past us in that Lincoln, blond hair whirling around her, her glasses tipped down, her smile, the stroke of her fingers. The teasing.
Simon tumbled the meteorite around in the sweat of his hand. I wondered what it would be like to look down at the earth, to fall, to burn brilliantly in the air like the image of the girl who passed by, kicking back dust like cosmic ash, and could she see that, now; was she up there above us?
I wondered.
We closed our eyes. — Andrew Smith
Cosmic Dust Sayings By Neil DeGrasse Tyson: However, every advance in our knowledge of the cosmos has revealed that we live on However, every advance in our knowledge of the cosmos has revealed that we live on a cosmic speck of dust, orbiting a mediocre star in the far suburbs of a common sort of galaxy, among a hundred billion galaxies in the universe. The news of our cosmic unimportance triggers impressive defense mechanisms in the human psyche. — Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Cosmic Dust Sayings By Ann Aguirre: I'll always want him. Until every sun goes dark in every sky, until I am I'll always want him. Until every sun goes dark in every sky, until I am nothing more than long-forgotten cosmic dust, I will want him. And even then I suspect my particles will long for his. — Ann Aguirre
Cosmic Dust Sayings By Gore Vidal: Because there is no cosmic point to the life that each of us perceives on Because there is no cosmic point to the life that each of us perceives on this distant bit of dust at the galaxy's edge ... there is all the more reason for us to maintain in proper balance what we have here. Because there is nothing else. No thing. This is it. And quite enough, all in all. — Gore Vidal
Cosmic Dust Sayings By A.R. LaBaere: They ate my humanity but no humanity in beginning humans Earth dust atomsClever microorganisms defy They ate my humanity but no humanity in beginning humans Earth dust atoms

Clever microorganisms defy gods

But defy nothing

Phantom of truth

Beneath reality's facade — A.R. LaBaere
Cosmic Dust Sayings By Neil DeGrasse Tyson: We still don't know for sure what the trigger was, but since we've discovered meteorites We still don't know for sure what the trigger was, but since we've discovered meteorites with supernova dust, we do know that a violent explosion rocked our cosmic neighborhood at the time of our birth, and it's quite possible that without it, our stable, stately solar system would never exist at all. — Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Cosmic Dust Sayings By Jack London: to squirm my little space in the cosmic dust whence I came, to squirm my little space in the cosmic dust whence I came, — Jack London
Cosmic Dust Sayings By Bangambiki Habyarimana: I am 1324512000 seconds old. In the cosmic blink of an eye, I will become I am 1324512000 seconds old. In the cosmic blink of an eye, I will become once again cosmic dust. — Bangambiki Habyarimana
Cosmic Dust Sayings By Shabistari: Dive deeply into a drop of water, anda hundred oceans will flood you.Look into a Dive deeply into a drop of water, and
a hundred oceans will flood you.
Look into a mote of dust, and
a million nameless beings will jump out.
A hundred harvests rest in a germ of barley seed, and
in the right light, an insect's wing reflects the sea.
Why be surprised?
Deep in the pupil of my eye lie cosmic rays,
and the center of my heart
beats with the pulse of the cosmos. — Shabistari
Cosmic Dust Sayings By Philip K. Dick: They see through the here, the now, into the vast black deep beyond, the unchanging. They see through the here, the now, into the vast black deep beyond, the unchanging. And that is fatal to life. Because eventually there will be no life; there was once only the dust particles in space, the hot hydrogen gases, nothing more, and it will come again. This is an interval, ein Augenblick. The cosmic process is hurrying on, crushing life back into granite and methane; the wheel turns for all life. It is all temporary. — Philip K. Dick
Cosmic Dust Sayings By Carl Sagan: The size and age of the Cosmos are beyond ordinary human understanding. Lost somewhere between The size and age of the Cosmos are beyond ordinary human understanding. Lost somewhere between immensity and eternity is our tiny planetary home. In a cosmic perspective, most human concerns seem insignificant, even petty. And yet our species is young and curious and brave and shows much promise. In the last few millennia we have made the most astonishing and unexpected discoveries about the Cosmos and our place within it, explorations that are exhilarating to consider. They remind us that humans have evolved to wonder, that understanding is a joy, that knowledge is prerequisite to survival. I believe our future depends on how well we know this Cosmos in which we float like a mote of dust in the morning sky. — Carl Sagan
Cosmic Dust Sayings By Albert Einstein: Everything is determined, the beginning as well as the end, by forces over which we Everything is determined, the beginning as well as the end, by forces over which we have no control. It is determined for the insect, as well as for the star. Human beings, vegetables, or cosmic dust, we all dance to a mysterious tune, intoned in the distance by an invisible piper. — Albert Einstein
Cosmic Dust Sayings By Robert James Waller: I don't like feeling sorry for myself. That's not who I am. And most of I don't like feeling sorry for myself. That's not who I am. And most of the time I don't feel that way. Instead, I am grateful for having at least found you. We could have flashed by one another like two pieces of cosmic dust.
God or the universe or whatever one chooses to label the great systems of balance and order does not recognize Earth-time. To the universe, four days is no different than four billion light years. I try to keep that in mind.
But, I am, after all, a man. And all the philosophic rationalizations I can conjure up do not keep me from wanting you, every day, every moment, the merciless wail of time, of time I can never spend with you, deep within my head.
I love you, profoundly and completely. And I always will.
The last cowboy,
Robert — Robert James Waller
Cosmic Dust Sayings By A.S. King: We are all made from star dust and we will all return to star dust, We are all made from star dust and we will all return to star dust, like a cosmic palindrome. — A.S. King