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Space Sayings By Danai Gurira: You look at women like Lena Dunham, you look at how women are kind of You look at women like Lena Dunham, you look at how women are kind of crafting their own space on the screen. I want to add to that. — Danai Gurira
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Space Sayings By H. Rider Haggard: Yet man dies not whilst the world, at once his mother and his monument, remains. Yet man dies not whilst the world, at once his mother and his monument, remains. His name is lost, indeed, but the breath he breathed still stirs the pine-tops on the mountains, the sound of the words he spoke yet echoes on through space; the thoughts his brain gave birth to we have inherited to-day; his passions are our cause of life; the joys and sorrows that he knew are our familiar friends
the end from which he fled aghast will surely overtake us also!
Truly the universe is full of ghosts, not sheeted churchyard spectres, but the inextinguishable elements of individual life, which having once been, can never die, though they blend and change, and change again for ever. — H. Rider Haggard
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Space Sayings By Erin Kellison: Maisie was willing to bet there'd be a third living room within. Because what else Maisie was willing to bet there'd be a third living room within. Because what else would they do with all this space but buy sofas to fill it? — Erin Kellison
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Space Sayings By Abigail Easton: What were you doing all those years, after you disappeared?' Doug paused, unsure of his What were you doing all those years, after you disappeared?' Doug paused, unsure of his words. 'After she died.'

Grace looked at the grave across the space she had been too weak to cross. 'I was learning to make music. — Abigail Easton
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Space Sayings By Carl Jung: Part of the human Self or Soul is not subject to laws of space and Part of the human Self or Soul is not subject to laws of space and time. — Carl Jung
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Space Sayings By Ray Bradbury: Too many of us have lost the passion and emotion of the remarkable things we-ve Too many of us have lost the passion and emotion of the remarkable things we-ve done in space. Let us not tear up the future, but rather again heed the creative metaphors that render space travel a religious experience. When the blast of a rocket launch slams you against the wall and all the rust is shaken off your body, you will hear the great shout of the universe and the joyful crying of people who have been changed by what they-ve seen. — Ray Bradbury
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Space Sayings By Margaret Atwood: From nowhere, a word appears: Mesozoic. He can see the word, he can hear the From nowhere, a word appears: Mesozoic. He can see the word, he can hear the word, but he can't reach the word. He can't attach anything to it. This is happening too much lately, this dissolution of meaning, the entries on his cherished wordlists drifting off into space. — Margaret Atwood
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Space Sayings By Shannon Dermott: Do you need help with anything?" he asked with a wicked arched brow. "Maybe with Do you need help with anything?" he asked with a wicked arched brow. "Maybe with cookies for Santa."
Scowling because no one was here but us, I said, "You're a bit late for that. Santa already came."
He hadn't moved, but I knew better than to think he would. Flynn was a pro at filling the bubble air space that was meant to be private and personal. "And were you a good girl?" he asked.
Awkwardly folding my arms over my chest, I said, "Not sure, I haven't checked. But you needn't look. We all know you are all bad."
Laughing, he said, "Yeah, well, there are other things worth unwrapping."
Grinding my teeth, I asked, "What, you didn't get your Ho, Ho, Ho, last night?"
Tossing back another full belly laugh, he said, "You know you're kind of funny when you want to be. — Shannon Dermott
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Space Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: McKenna will always be a part of me, no matter where he goes. They say McKenna will always be a part of me, no matter where he goes. They say that people who've lost a limb sometimes feel as if they still have it. How many times I've felt that McKenna was still here, and the empty space beside me was alive with his presence." She closed her eyes and leaned forward until her forehead and the tip of her nose touched the cool glass. "I love him beyond reason," she whispered. "He's a stranger to me now, and yet he is still so familiar. I can't imagine a sweeter agony, having him so close. — Lisa Kleypas
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Space Sayings By Catherine Carrigan: Guidance happens when we create the space in our minds to allow our angels to Guidance happens when we create the space in our minds to allow our angels to speak up.
Set your ego aside and listen! — Catherine Carrigan
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Space Sayings By Alberto Manguel: In the dark, with the windows lit and the rows of books glittering, the library In the dark, with the windows lit and the rows of books glittering, the library is a closed space, a universe of self-serving rules that pretend to replace or translate those of the shapeless universe beyond. — Alberto Manguel
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Space Sayings By Maurice Merleau Ponty: My past has its space, its paths, its nameplaces, and its monuments. Beneath the crossed My past has its space, its paths, its nameplaces, and its monuments. Beneath the crossed but distinct orders of succession and simultaneity, beneath the train of synchronizations added onto line by line, we find a nameless network
constellations of spatial hours, of point-events. Should we even say 'thing,' should we say 'imaginary' or 'idea,' when each thing exists beyond itself, when each fact can be a dimension, when ideas have their regions? The whole description of our landscape and the lines of our universe, and of our inner monologue, needs to be redone. Colors, sounds, and things
like Van Gogh's stars
are the focal points and radiance of being. — Maurice Merleau Ponty
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Space Sayings By Laura Kaye: Nick came right up into Becca's space and, without a word, buried his hands in Nick came right up into Becca's space and, without a word, buried his hands in her hair and his tongue in her mouth. It was the kind of kiss that could change a woman's life. — Laura Kaye
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Space Sayings By Cory Booker: These false barriers that we've erected of space and race, all these illusions that we've These false barriers that we've erected of space and race, all these illusions that we've allowed to infect us like toxins, we've got to rid ourselves of that. We are a better nation when we are ultimately united in a common purpose and a common cause. — Cory Booker
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Space Sayings By Mary Balogh: But they are good hands," he said, holding them up in the space between them, But they are good hands," he said, holding them up in the space between them, palms toward her. Slim hands, slender fingers, gold rings on four of them. Three of those fingertips had felled a man and left him gasping for survival. "They will protect you all the rest of my life and never hurt you. They will hold you and bring you comfort when you need it. They will hold our children. They will caress you and bring you pleasure. Come. Lie down on the bed." Our — Mary Balogh
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Space Sayings By Nate Berkus: If you actually keep things very organized and clutter-free, you can have more furniture than If you actually keep things very organized and clutter-free, you can have more furniture than you think you can in a small space. — Nate Berkus
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Space Sayings By Edgar Rice Burroughs: Traveling through space is stupifyingly monotonous. Traveling through space is stupifyingly monotonous. — Edgar Rice Burroughs
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Space Sayings By Tom Glavine: I guess we all have that 'Dig Me' space, where we have some of our I guess we all have that 'Dig Me' space, where we have some of our things displayed. Mine's a little bit more off the beaten path. You're not going to see it as soon as you walk into my house, but it does exist. — Tom Glavine
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Space Sayings By Bruno Schulz: On that night the sky laid bare its internal construction in many sections which, like On that night the sky laid bare its internal construction in many sections which, like quasi-anatomical exhibits, showed the spirals and whorls of light, the pale-green solids of darkness, the plasma of space, the tissue of dreams. — Bruno Schulz
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Space Sayings By Paul R. Pillar: Any outside use of military power would at best furnish a temporary respite from the Any outside use of military power would at best furnish a temporary respite from the processes that we see playing out. We know that because we have been through all this before. The "surge" of several years ago was supposed to provide space and time for Iraqi political interests to work out their differences. 30,000 additional U.S. troops failed to lead to any working out of those differences, and the outcome is the mess we see today. — Paul R. Pillar
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Space Sayings By Peter Diamandis: You could not legally put a human and fly them into space. In fact, you You could not legally put a human and fly them into space. In fact, you couldn't bring a spaceship back. All those spaceships we were sending commercially into space were one way. You sort of like, got rid of them. And most passengers, who go up, do want to come back down. — Peter Diamandis
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Space Sayings By Steven Millhauser: Then solar systems, galaxies, supernovas, infinite space itself will become elements of a final masterworka Then solar systems, galaxies, supernovas, infinite space itself will become elements of a final masterwork
a never-ending festival, a celestial amusement park in which every exploding star and spinning electron is part of the empyreal choreography. — Steven Millhauser
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Space Sayings By Abu Bakar Bashir: So we want an Islamic state where Islamic law is not just in the books So we want an Islamic state where Islamic law is not just in the books but enforced, and enforced with determination. There is no space and no room for democratic consultation. The Shariah is set and fixed, so why do we need to discuss it anymore? Just implement it! — Abu Bakar Bashir
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Space Sayings By Vilmos Zsigmond: If you need to strap a camera to you or get in a small space, If you need to strap a camera to you or get in a small space, then it makes sense to use digital.I do think it is possible to use a digital camera artistically, but it can only be good if you are using film technique. Film has grain, and digital has pixels, and there is not that much of a difference, but digital does not replace the need to create a scene and light it properly and spend time considering the shot. — Vilmos Zsigmond
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Space Sayings By Eugen Drewermann: In all cultures, it is the task of a religion to close the field of In all cultures, it is the task of a religion to close the field of contingency ... and to set up havens of the absolute where it is possible to be led from acting to listening, from having to being, from planning to hoping, from judging to forgiving from the finite into the infinite. A society in which such open spaces of eternity do not exist or are only insufficiently developed dies of itself due to lack of air to breathe. — Eugen Drewermann
Space Sayings By Mark Kelly: After the loss of Columbia a couple of years ago, I think we were reminded After the loss of Columbia a couple of years ago, I think we were reminded of the risk. All of us, though, have always known that the Space Shuttle is a very risky vehicle, much more risky than even flying airplanes in combat. — Mark Kelly
Space Sayings By Maria V. Snyder: Yes, I thought I'd try electrocution next. Since a bomb, a fire, Vinco's knife and Yes, I thought I'd try electrocution next. Since a bomb, a fire, Vinco's knife and a brief encounter with outer space didn't kill me. — Maria V. Snyder
Space Sayings By H.G.Wells: It is well to understand how empty space is. If, as we have said, the It is well to understand how empty space is. If, as we have said, the sun were a ball nine feet across, our earth would, in proportion, be the size of a one-inch ball, and at a distance of 323 yards from the sun. The moon would be a speck the size of a small pea, thirty inches from the earth. Nearer to the sun than the earth would be two other very similar specks, the planets Mercury and Venus, at a distance of 125 and 250 yards respectively. Beyond the earth would come the planets Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune, at distances of 500, 1806, 3000, 6000, and 9500 yards respectively. — H.G.Wells
Space Sayings By Morihei Ueshiba: In the art of peace, a single cut of the sword summons up the wondrous In the art of peace, a single cut of the sword summons up the wondrous powers of the universe. That one sword links the past, present, and future; it absorbs the universe. Time and space disappear. All of creation, from the distant past to the present moment, lives in the sword. All human existence flourishes right here in the sword you hold in your hands. You are now prepared for anything that may arise. — Morihei Ueshiba
Space Sayings By Junot Diaz: I do think that books are invaluable as a reservoir of what we call the I do think that books are invaluable as a reservoir of what we call the human space. And this is why I think that, even if they're threatened, the work that they do has an incalculable merit. — Junot Diaz
Space Sayings By Christos Tsiolkas: He wanted to say that he'd learned to read in gaol [jail], to really read. He wanted to say that he'd learned to read in gaol [jail], to really read. He wanted to tell her that the library had been his favorite place inside, that when he read 'As I Lay Dying' he'd found a voice that made sense of time and space as he was experiencing it in gaol, that it had spoken to him more clearly and more profoundly than any voice he'd ever encountered before: of how the past could not be separated from memory, of how it was not only time that changed people, but memory as well. — Christos Tsiolkas
Space Sayings By Dan Simmons: Here is the essence of mankind's creative genius: not the edifices of civilization nor the Here is the essence of mankind's creative genius: not the edifices of civilization nor the bang-flash weapons which can end it, but the words which fertilize new concepts like spermatoza attacking an ovum. It might be argued that the Siamese-twin infants of word/idea are the only contribution the human species can, will, or should make to the reveling cosmos. (Yes, our DNA is unique, but so is a salamander's. Yes, we construct artifacts, but so have species ranging from beavers to the architecture ants ... Yes, we weave real fabric things from the dreamstuff of mathematics, but the universe is hardwired with arithmetic. Scratch a circle and pi peeps out. Enter a new solar system and Tycho Brahe's formulae lie waiting under the black velvet cloak of space/time. But where has the universe hidden a word under its outer layer of biology, geometry, or insensate rock?) — Dan Simmons
Space Sayings By C.S. Lewis: The creature was there, a curiously shaped creature no doubt, but all loathing had vanished The creature was there, a curiously shaped creature no doubt, but all loathing had vanished clean out of his mind, so that neither then nor at any other time could he remember it, nor ever understand again why one should quarrel with an animal for having more legs or eyes than oneself. — C.S. Lewis
Space Sayings By Nick Land: Machinic desire can seem a little inhuman, as it rips up political cultures, deletes traditions, Machinic desire can seem a little inhuman, as it rips up political cultures, deletes traditions, dissolves subjectivities, and hacks through security apparatuses, tracking a soulless tropism to zero control. This is because what appears to humanity as the history of capitalism is an invasion from the future by an artificial intelligent space that must assemble itself entirely from its enemy's resources. — Nick Land
Space Sayings By Douglas Adams: Oh, er, well the hatchway in front of us will open in a few moments Oh, er, well the hatchway in front of us will open in a few moments and we will shoot out into deep space I expect and asphyxiate. If you take a lungful of air with you you can last for up to thirty seconds, of course. — Douglas Adams
Space Sayings By Terry Tempest Williams: Space is the twin sister of time. If we have open space then we have Space is the twin sister of time. If we have open space then we have open time to breathe, to dream, to dare, to play, to pray to move freely, so freely, in a world our minds have forgotten, but our bodies remember. — Terry Tempest Williams
Space Sayings By Alexandra Adornetto: The water was lapping around my waist by the time Ivy and Gabriel found me. The water was lapping around my waist by the time Ivy and Gabriel found me. I was shivering, but I hardly noticed. I didn't move or speak, not even when Gabriel lifted me out of the water and carried me back to our house. Ivy helped me into the shower, and came to help me out half an hour later when I'd forgotten where I was and just stood under the pounding water. Gabriel bought me some dinner, but I couldn't eat it. I sat on my bed, staring into space and doing nothing but thinking of Xavier and trying not to think of him at the same time. The separation made me realize just how safe I felt with him. I craved his touch, his smell, even the awareness that he was nearby. But now he felt miles away, and I couldn't reach him, and that knowledge made me feel ready to crumble, to cease to exist. — Alexandra Adornetto
Space Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: He shuddered, and for lack of any other notion, kissed her forehead. Her arms came He shuddered, and for lack of any other notion, kissed her forehead. Her arms came up sudden as a snare and held him fiercely, pulling him down onto her again and he seized her, too, crushing her to him hard enough to feel the breath go out of her, unable to let go. He thought vaguely of Brianna's talk of giant orbs that whirled through space, the thing called gravity - and what was grave about it? He saw that well enough just now: a force so great as to balance some body unthinkably immense in thin air, unsupported - or send two such bodies crashing into each other, in an explosion of destruction and the smoke of stars. — Diana Gabaldon
Space Sayings By Sophie Kinsella: Have you ever thought about the grid of Manhattan?' It's like ... a metaphor for Have you ever thought about the grid of Manhattan?' It's like ... a metaphor for life. You think you have the freedom to walk anywhere. But in fact ... you are strictly controlled. Up or down. Left or right. Nothing in between. No other options.' Life should be like an open space ... you should be able to walk in whatever direction you choose. — Sophie Kinsella
Space Sayings By Timothy J. Keller: In other words, some people in our culture want too much out of a marriage In other words, some people in our culture want too much out of a marriage partner. They do not see marriage as two flawed people coming together to create a space of stability, love, and consolation - a "haven in a heartless world," as Christopher Lasch describes it.37 This will indeed require a woman who is "a novelist/astronaut with a background in fashion modeling"38 or the equivalent in a man. — Timothy J. Keller
Space Sayings By Ralph Merkle: Lighter computers and lighter sensors would let you have more function in a given weight, Lighter computers and lighter sensors would let you have more function in a given weight, which is very important if you are launching things into space, and you have to pay by the pound to put things there. — Ralph Merkle
Space Sayings By Thomas Mann: Space, like time, engenders forgetfulness; but it does so by setting us bodily free from Space, like time, engenders forgetfulness; but it does so by setting us bodily free from our surroundings and giving us back our primitive, unattached state ... Time, we say, is Lethe; but change of air is a similar draught, and, if it works less thoroughly, does so more quickly. — Thomas Mann
Space Sayings By Philippe Falardeau: If you look at the end of the movie [Monsegnor Lahzar], I give a lot If you look at the end of the movie [Monsegnor Lahzar], I give a lot of space to what the spectator can also imagine of what's going to be Bachir's life afterwards. So, there's the restraint part, and there's the fact that the story is happening in the school which allowed me to tackle all these subjects without making it too didactic, because in the school everything happens. — Philippe Falardeau
Space Sayings By Douglas Adams: Even the most seasoned star tramp can't help but shiver at the spectacular drama of Even the most seasoned star tramp can't help but shiver at the spectacular drama of a sunrise seen from space, — Douglas Adams
Space Sayings By Martin Rees: Perhaps future space probes will be plastered in commercial logos, just as Formula One cars Perhaps future space probes will be plastered in commercial logos, just as Formula One cars are now. Perhaps Robot Wars in space will be a lucrative spectator sport. If humans venture back to the moon, and even beyond, they may carry commercial insignia rather than national flags. — Martin Rees
Space Sayings By Inio Asano: I always thought I wasn't afraid to die. No... No one is afraid of death I always thought I wasn't afraid to die. No... No one is afraid of death itself. Your pain and suffering is over in an instant. What really makes me suffer... Is seeing you crying over me... From the darkness of the Milky Way.

I'm sorry... Please don't make that face. You look best when you're smiling, you know. — Inio Asano
Space Sayings By F.K. Preston: Four years ago the clocks started turning back. I open my eyes and see nothing. Four years ago the clocks started turning back. I open my eyes and see nothing. I feel nothing below or above me. I feel the absence of things. The absence of my flesh, my bones, my body, my mind. All that is left is awareness. I see nothing but the absence of colour. It's not a black darkness. It's simply nothing. The interior of a black hole. I recall news of a black hole lingering along the edges of our solar system. All that time ago. Four years ago. When the clocks started turning back. I hear nothing. Until there is a something. A small thing. A voice. I listen. There are more voices. The sounds are human. How long has it been since I've heard a human? The sounds scratch along my now present attention. They carve into my hearing. They are horrid, wretched things. Voices screaming. Growing loud and desperate. How many voices? Billions. This is the birth of our species. We are born screaming. It's all we know to do. We have screamed for eternity. Within this empty space. — F.K. Preston
Space Sayings By Adam Hammond: The next time you feel yourself giving in to the sometimes overwhelming urge to panic The next time you feel yourself giving in to the sometimes overwhelming urge to panic about the fate of literature in the digital age, follow this simple remedy: remember that you dream. For that is ironclad proof ... that literature - that narrative art in whatever form - will never die. Humans, strange creatures that we are, make sense of our lives by telling stories. In the space between each day and the next, we refresh our minds by concocting the most fantastic and elaborate fictions. We spend roughly a third of our lives thus, re-arranging our scattered experiences into stories. That we do it at all is bizarre and inexplicable. But as long as we do it, we will crave stories - human stories, stories that speak to us - in our waking life. The Internet, powerful as it is, cannot change that. — Adam Hammond
Space Sayings By L. H. Cosway: I think that in the space between birth and death you can have one life, I think that in the space between birth and death you can have one life, or you can have many. But in order to have many, you also need the strength to end the one that came before. And there lies the tricky part. — L. H. Cosway
Space Sayings By Nnedi Okorafor: I couldn't see the end of the corridor, so I stared at the entrance. The I couldn't see the end of the corridor, so I stared at the entrance. The ship was a magnificent piece of living technology. Third Fish was a Miri 12, a type of ship closely related to a shrimp. Miri 12s were stable calm creatures with natural exoskeletons that could withstand the harshness of space. They were genetically enhanced to grow three breathing chambers within their bodies. Scientists planted rapidly growing plants within these three enormous rooms that not only produced oxygen from the CO2 directed in from other parts of the ship, but also absorbed benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene. This was some of the most amazing technology I'd ever read about. Once settled on the ship, I was determined to convince someone to let me see one of these amazing rooms. But at the moment, I wasn't thinking about the technology of the ship. I was on the threshold now, between home and my future. — Nnedi Okorafor
Space Sayings By Philip K. Dick: We really do see astigmatically, in fundamental sense: our space and time creations of our We really do see astigmatically, in fundamental sense: our space and time creations of our own psyche and when these momentarily falter - like acute disturbance of middle ear.
Occasionally we list eccentrically, all sense of balance gone. — Philip K. Dick
Space Sayings By Peter Diamandis: Back in 2007, I had the opportunity to meet Professor Stephen Hawking through the X Back in 2007, I had the opportunity to meet Professor Stephen Hawking through the X PRIZE Foundation. In my first conversation with him I learned that he was passionate about flying into space someday. — Peter Diamandis
Space Sayings By Natasa Nuit Pantovic: It is not natural to challenge the existing beliefs breaking patterns, and yet once you It is not natural to challenge the existing beliefs breaking patterns, and yet once you manage, you create a space for the new patterns to form, the ones that are filled with Love, Acceptance, Knowledge, and you give yourself & your kids a chance to Spiritually Grow. — Natasa Nuit Pantovic
Space Sayings By John F. Kennedy: The first man-made satellite to orbit the earth was named Sputnik. The first living creature The first man-made satellite to orbit the earth was named Sputnik. The first living creature in space was Laika. The first rocket to the Moon carried a red flag. The first photograph of the far side of the Moon was made with a Soviet camera. If a man orbits the earth this year his name will be Ivan. — John F. Kennedy
Space Sayings By J.G. Ballard: It was an excess of fantasy that killed the old United States, the whole Mickey It was an excess of fantasy that killed the old United States, the whole Mickey Mouse and Marilyn thing, the most brilliant technologies devoted to trivia like instant cameras and space spectaculars that should have stayed in the pages of Science Fiction ... some of the last Presidents of the U.S.A. seemed to have been recruited straight from Disneyland. — J.G. Ballard
Space Sayings By Jamais Cascio: When we developed written language, we significantly increased our functional memory and our ability to When we developed written language, we significantly increased our functional memory and our ability to share insights and knowledge across time and space. The same thing happened with the invention of the printing press, the telegraph, and the radio. — Jamais Cascio
Space Sayings By J.C. Reed: He dominated everything: my thoughts, my space, even the air I breathed. He dominated everything: my thoughts, my space, even the air I breathed. — J.C. Reed
Space Sayings By Marc Garneau: I think there's going to be a very sudden shift in people's perception of the I think there's going to be a very sudden shift in people's perception of the International Space Station, because suddenly it's going to look much, much bigger than it already is. — Marc Garneau
Space Sayings By Richard Gehr: Within the space of a few shows you can hear the band morph between their Within the space of a few shows you can hear the band morph between their various identities as savvy arena rockers, intense starship pilots, vaudeville nostalgists, modest American folkies, boundary-dissolving improvisers, roots-conscious spiritualists, and mind-fucking pranksters. — Richard Gehr
Space Sayings By Justin Smith: I'm appreciative that somehow I've always found a way through the years to capture a I'm appreciative that somehow I've always found a way through the years to capture a new fan base and continue to remain relevant in some space and still make a living doing what I love - to me that's all that matters. — Justin Smith
Space Sayings By Sherry Turkle: There is another way to think about conversation, one that is less about information and There is another way to think about conversation, one that is less about information and more about creating a space to be explored. You are interested in hearing about how another person approaches things - her or her opinions and associations. In this kind of conversation - I think of it as 'whole person conversation' - if things go quiet for a while you look deeper, you don't look away or text a friend. You try to read your friends in a different way. Perhaps you look into their faces or attend to their body language. Or you allow for silence. Perhaps when we talk about 'conversations' being boring, such a frequent complaint, we are saying how uncomfortable we are with stillness. — Sherry Turkle
Space Sayings By Deepak Chopra: Quantum physics has found that there is no empty space in the human cell, but Quantum physics has found that there is no empty space in the human cell, but it is a teeming, electric-magnet ic field of possibility or potential — Deepak Chopra
Space Sayings By Stephen Root: The ratio of people to cake is too big. The ratio of people to cake is too big. — Stephen Root
Space Sayings By Cate Blanchett: I think good theaters are really important. They allow you to exist in a space I think good theaters are really important. They allow you to exist in a space with other people. — Cate Blanchett
Space Sayings By Monica Esposito: The Mysterious Pass, which opens beyond space and time, is inconceivable by means of discursive The Mysterious Pass, which opens beyond space and time, is inconceivable by means of discursive thought and has, by definition, no fixed position. — Monica Esposito
Space Sayings By Dani Shapiro: This is in the natural order of thingsthe time of life we've now entered. The This is in the natural order of things
the time of life we've now entered. The afternoon, as Jung called it. Thoroughly unprepared we take the step into the afternoon of life. Are we unprepared simply because preparation is not possible? ... We learn
if we are lucky we learn
as we go.
... we are in the center of the stream. Much has already happened, and has formed the shape of our lives as surely as water shapes rock. Much lies ahead of us. We can't see what's coming. We can't know it. All we have is our hope that all will be well, and our knowledge that it won't always be so. We live in the space between this hope and this knowledge.
...
Life keeps coming at us. Fleeing it is pointless, as is fighting. What I have begun to learn is that there is value in simply standing there
this too
whether the sun is shining, or the wind whipping all around. [pp.239-240] — Dani Shapiro
Space Sayings By Taylor Swift: That I always had space to run and that I had the opportunity to play That I always had space to run and that I had the opportunity to play with my imagination. I also loved that my mum drew and painted with me. I always remember that my parents loved me, and that is essential when you're a kid; they always showed me how proud they were of my achievements. It's also very important when parents put their kids' drawings on the refrigerator. — Taylor Swift
Space Sayings By Pema Chodron: Only in an open, nonjudgmental space can we acknowledge what we are feeling. Only in Only in an open, nonjudgmental space can we acknowledge what we are feeling. Only in an open space where we're not all caught up in our own version of reality can we see and hear and feel who others really are, which allows us to be with them and communicate with them properly. — Pema Chodron
Space Sayings By Marshall McLuhan: Einstein pronounced the doom of continuous or 'rational' space, and the way was made clear Einstein pronounced the doom of continuous or 'rational' space, and the way was made clear for Picasso and the Marx Brothers and Mad magazine. — Marshall McLuhan
Space Sayings By Leigh Bardugo: In the space of a breath, Kaz had shoved Wylan against the tomb wall with In the space of a breath, Kaz had shoved Wylan against the tomb wall with his forearm, the crow head of his cane wedged beneath Wylan's jaw. "Tell me my business again." Wylan swallowed, parted his lips. "Do it," said Kaz. "And I'll cut the tongue from your head and feed it to the first stray cat I can find. — Leigh Bardugo
Space Sayings By William Golding: Roger stooped, picked up a stone, aimed and threw it at Henry-threw it to miss. Roger stooped, picked up a stone, aimed and threw it at Henry-threw it to miss. The stone, that token of preposterous time, bounced five yards to Henry's right and fell in the water. Roger gathered a handful of stones and began to throw them. Yet there was a space round Henry, perhaps six yards in diameter, into which he dare not throw. Here, invisible yet strong, was the taboo of the old life. Round the squatting child was the protection of parents and school and policemen and the law. Roger was conditioned by a civilization that knew nothing of him and was in ruins. — William Golding
Space Sayings By Arthur C. Clarke: Well, I guess [2001: A Space Odyssey] legitimized [science fiction], particularly for people who looked Well, I guess [2001: A Space Odyssey] legitimized [science fiction], particularly for people who looked down on science fiction; you know, the intelligentsia. My definition of the intelligentsia: someone who's educated beyond their intelligence. — Arthur C. Clarke
Space Sayings By Yuri Gagarin: I see Earth! It is so beautiful. I see Earth! It is so beautiful. — Yuri Gagarin
Space Sayings By Joshua Becker: You don't need more space. You need less stuff. You don't need more space. You need less stuff. — Joshua Becker
Space Sayings By Charles Dickens: Doubtful whether their rays have even yet discovered it, as a point in space where Doubtful whether their rays have even yet discovered it, as a point in space where anything is suffered or done: the shadows of the night were broad and black. All through the cold and restless interval, until dawn, they once more whispered in the ears of Mr. Jarvis Lorry - sitting opposite the buried man who had been dug out, and wondering what — Charles Dickens
Space Sayings By Jean Chatzky: If you work in a home office, you can likely write off that space, as If you work in a home office, you can likely write off that space, as long as you use it only for work. — Jean Chatzky
Space Sayings By Candis Terry: A rumble gurgled through the space between them."Was that you?"She looked down. "Was that me?""That A rumble gurgled through the space between them.
"Was that you?"
She looked down. "Was that me?"
"That noise. It sounded like a growl."
Well according to you, I am a ferocious car burglar. — Candis Terry
Space Sayings By James J. Gibson: The abstract analysis of the world by mathematics and physics rests on the concepts of The abstract analysis of the world by mathematics and physics rests on the concepts of space and time. — James J. Gibson
Space Sayings By Guy De Maupassant: Do you know how I picture God myself?" he said. "As an enormous, creative organ Do you know how I picture God myself?" he said. "As an enormous, creative organ beyond our ken, who scatters millions of worlds into space, just as one single fish would deposit its spawn in the sea. He creates because it is His function as God to do so, but He does not know what He is doing and is stupidly prolific in His work and is ignorant of the combinations of all kinds which are produced by His scattered germs. — Guy De Maupassant
Space Sayings By Harriet Prescott Spofford: I endured all our hardships as if they had been luxuries: I made light of I endured all our hardships as if they had been luxuries: I made light of scurvy, banqueted off train-oil, and met that cold for which there is no language framed, and which might be a new element; or which, rather, had seemed in that long night like the vast void of ether beyond the uttermost star, where was neither air nor light nor heat, but only bitter negation and emptiness. I was hardly conscious of my body; I was only a concentrated search in myself. — Harriet Prescott Spofford
Space Sayings By Eduardo Chillida: Boundaries are actually the main factor in space, just as the present, another boundary, is Boundaries are actually the main factor in space, just as the present, another boundary, is the main factor in time. — Eduardo Chillida
Space Sayings By Busta Rhymes: I feel like the quality of privacy and respect of people's personal space has been I feel like the quality of privacy and respect of people's personal space has been completely disintegrated. You can ask to take the picture. I will be so glad to take the picture and pose and look good for the picture. — Busta Rhymes
Space Sayings By Daniel Ehrenhaft: Reading requires actual concentration. If you skipped a paragraph, or even an important sentence, you Reading requires actual concentration. If you skipped a paragraph, or even an important sentence, you could lose the entire story. With most TV shows, though, you didn't have to concentrate at all. You could space out for a good ten minutes, then come back and still figure out what was going on. — Daniel Ehrenhaft
Space Sayings By Venerable Bede: This life of man appears for a short space, but of what went before, or This life of man appears for a short space, but of what went before, or what is to follow, we are utterly ignorant. — Venerable Bede
Space Sayings By Jeanette Winterson: It is not possible to control the outside of yourself until you have mastered your It is not possible to control the outside of yourself until you have mastered your breathing space. It is not possible to change anything until you understand the substance you wish to change. — Jeanette Winterson
Space Sayings By Jodi Picoult: Memories aren't stored in the heart or the head or even the soul, if you Memories aren't stored in the heart or the head or even the soul, if you ask me, but in the spaces between any given two people. — Jodi Picoult
Space Sayings By James S.A. Corey: Annie," Tilly said. "If I wanted to suck vile fluids out of a flaccid and Annie," Tilly said. "If I wanted to suck vile fluids out of a flaccid and indifferent tube, I'd have stayed on Earth with my husband. — James S.A. Corey
Space Sayings By Jon Foreman: I'm always looking to find order within the chaos. And sometimes when my life gets I'm always looking to find order within the chaos. And sometimes when my life gets fairly chaotic, I'll take a walk outside. I think about the order and the perfection of galaxies of planets in orbit and traveling around space and thinking how chaotic the wars and divorces and riots on our planet must look from outer space. — Jon Foreman
Space Sayings By Herman Wouk: Gliding across an imaginary line that splits the Pacific Ocean from the north to the Gliding across an imaginary line that splits the Pacific Ocean from the north to the south polar caps, the sunrise acquired a new label, June 23. Behind that line, June 22 had just dawned. This murky international convention, amid world chaos, still stood. For the globe still turned as always in the light of the sun, ninety million miles away in black space, and the tiny dwellers on the globe still had to agree, as they went about their mutual butcheries, on a way to tell the time. — Herman Wouk
Space Sayings By Ariel Pink: I would die to record in space. That would be the coolest. If I got I would die to record in space. That would be the coolest. If I got the option of, going into outer space and hanging out there for a day, and then coming back home and dying the next day, or just waiting around to see if there's any opportunity for the technology to develop so that I might experience outer space sometime in the future, I would probably take the ride today and die tomorrow. I'd be happy just hanging out between the moon and the Earth, getting a view. — Ariel Pink
Space Sayings By Christopher Carosa: In space you don't stop. In space you don't stop. — Christopher Carosa
Space Sayings By Scott Kelly: We have a lot of systems here on board the space station, and we can't We have a lot of systems here on board the space station, and we can't call a repair man when one of them breaks. — Scott Kelly
Space Sayings By Johan Harstad: In space, no one can hear you scream. In space, no one can hear you scream. — Johan Harstad
Space Sayings By Oprah Winfrey: I believe I don't know what the future holds, but I know who holds the I believe I don't know what the future holds, but I know who holds the future. I know who and what holds the future. I trust that beyond this space and time, all is well, and all will be well. — Oprah Winfrey
Space Sayings By Daniel C. Dennett: So Paley was right in saying not just that Design was a wonderful thing to So Paley was right in saying not just that Design was a wonderful thing to explain, but also that Design took Intelligence. All he missed - and Darwin provided - was the idea that this Intelligence could be broken into bits so tiny and stupid that they didn't count as intelligence at all, and then distributed through space and time in a gigantic, connected network of algorithmic process. — Daniel C. Dennett
Space Sayings By Sidney Lanier: I will fly in the greatness of God as the marsh-hen flies,In the freedom that I will fly in the greatness of God as the marsh-hen flies,
In the freedom that fills all the space 'twixt the marsh and the skies. — Sidney Lanier
Space Sayings By Jim Butcher: Calliope was never still. Even when she was seemingly motionless, he could see her mind Calliope was never still. Even when she was seemingly motionless, he could see her mind at work, sorting ideas, seeking solutions, cataloging the space around her. To see her beauty, one had to see her in motion. — Jim Butcher
Space Sayings By Ray Bradbury: They don't know that this is all one huge big blazing meteor that makes a They don't know that this is all one huge big blazing meteor that makes a pretty fire in space, but that someday it'll have to hit. — Ray Bradbury
Space Sayings By Mindy McGinnis: With Anna gone, we listen for footfalls, each of us avoiding the other with an With Anna gone, we listen for footfalls, each of us avoiding the other with an intense concentration. Occasionally we cross paths by accident, our bubbles of personal space like a Venn diagram, becoming darker where they overlap.
Dad left.
Anna is gone.
I have never been here. — Mindy McGinnis
Space Sayings By Ron Paul: Well, I don't think we should go to the moon. I think we maybe should Well, I don't think we should go to the moon. I think we maybe should send some politicians up there. — Ron Paul