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Under The Same Sky Sayings By Frank Church: The great purpose is to set aside a reasonable part of the vanishing wilderness, to The great purpose is to set aside a reasonable part of the vanishing wilderness, to make certain that generations of Americans yet unborn will know what it is to experience life on undeveloped, unoccupied land in the same form and character as the Creator fashioned it ... It is a great spiritual experience. I never knew a man who took a bedroll into an Idaho mountainside and slept there under a star-studded summer sky who felt self-important that next morning. Unless we preserve some opportunity for future generations to have the same experience, we shall have dishonored our trust. — Frank Church
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Under The Same Sky Sayings By Ayumi Hamasaki: No matter how far apart we are, don't forget that we're still under the same No matter how far apart we are, don't forget that we're still under the same sky, both traveling to the place we once dreamed of. — Ayumi Hamasaki
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Under The Same Sky Sayings By Matthew Baker: They drove together under the stars to the lake, where they sat with fishing poles They drove together under the stars to the lake, where they sat with fishing poles in a metal rowboat and waited for something to bite. Zack ate the toast, Uncle Orson gave some pointers, and then they cast their lines, again and again, into the pale fog. Dawn broke. The sunrise cracked. Clouds settled across the sky. The fog scattered as the air heated. And they still weren't catching anything. And that whole time, the exact same gull was circling overhead. "Nothing's happening," Zack complained. But Uncle Orson smiled at the clouds and smiled at the rowboat and smiled at the gull and smiled at the poles. "Nothing has to happen," Uncle Orson had said. — Matthew Baker
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Under The Same Sky Sayings By Auliq Ice: Living under the same sky with a person who is unbearable, is like living in Living under the same sky with a person who is unbearable, is like living in a grave or being buried a live. — Auliq Ice
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Under The Same Sky Sayings By Meera Syal: But tonight I finally made the connection that change always strolled hand in hand with But tonight I finally made the connection that change always strolled hand in hand with loss, with upheaval, and that I would always feel it keenly because in the end, I did not live under the same sky as most other people. (p179) — Meera Syal
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Under The Same Sky Sayings By Erich Maria Remarque: up to the belly. When the attack starts I will let myself fall into the up to the belly. When the attack starts I will let myself fall into the water, with my face as deep in the mud as I can keep it without suffocating. I must pretend to be dead. Suddenly — Erich Maria Remarque
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Under The Same Sky Sayings By David Lynch: I'm Waiting Here"feat. Lykke LiI'm waiting hereCan't we draw never fulfill these hereI move nowhere I'm Waiting Here"

feat. Lykke Li


I'm waiting here

Can't we draw never fulfill these here
I move nowhere only to find you here
Your deepest hell, never the same as them
Keep me low where the horizon melts

I'm waiting here

We made love
Under a dark moon
I've burned a lot of bridges
Some castles were made of sand
Only then

Can I alone look at the sky my dear
I am right, every falling star
Make a wish, it will turn away
So we can love on til infinity

Here
I'm waiting here

Here
I'm waiting here — David Lynch
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Under The Same Sky Sayings By Nina Zivancevic: At the conference I was asked whether all Yugoslav writers were now forced to live At the conference I was asked whether all Yugoslav writers were now forced to live in exile. I answered that I was far more concerned about the people who were not writers who were forced into exile. Writers are familiar with the conditions of exile; exile is not foreign to writers, they often choose to live that way. Exile can be one's state of mind even while living in one's own homeland. I've chosen to live in many different countries over the years because I've always felt closer to mankind per se than to any nation in particular, even my own. Until recently it had seemed banal to say that every person is entitled to think and breathe under the same sky, but as our imperfect human race has difficulty recalling its own history, we're now obligated to state the obvious over and over again. — Nina Zivancevic
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Under The Same Sky Sayings By Miyavi: No matter how far apart we are, we are all under and looking at the No matter how far apart we are, we are all under and looking at the same sky. — Miyavi
Under The Same Sky Sayings By George Orwell: And the people under the sky were also very much the same ... everywhere, all And the people under the sky were also very much the same ... everywhere, all over the world, hundreds or thousands of millions of people just like this, people ignorant of one another's existence, held apart by walls of hatred and lies, and yet almost exactly the same
people who had never learned to think but were storing up in their hearts and bellies and muscles the power that would one day overturn the world.
George Orwell
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Paul Beatty: Sitting here on the steps of the Supreme Court smoking weed, under the "Equal Justice Sitting here on the steps of the Supreme Court smoking weed, under the "Equal Justice Under Law" motto, staring into the stars, I've finally figured out what's wrong with Washington, D.C. It's that all the buildings are more or less the same height and there's absolutely no skyline, save for the Washington Monument touching the night sky like a giant middle finger to the world. — Paul Beatty
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Amy Cuddy: focus less on the impression you're making on others and more on the impression you're focus less on the impression you're making on others and more on the impression you're making on yourself. — Amy Cuddy
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Erin Hunter: But loyalty isn't rooted in friendship. It's much stronger than that. It comes from being But loyalty isn't rooted in friendship. It's much stronger than that. It comes from being born and raised under the same sky, from walking the same path as our ancestors, and from sharing the warrior code. With this life I commit you to upholding the warrior code, whatever challenges you might face. This is the wisdom of our ancestors, all our traditions distilled. Trust the code to lead you along the right path. — Erin Hunter
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Lionel Shriver: It was a whole world, his mouth, a whole unsuspected world, and kissing him occasioned It was a whole world, his mouth, a whole unsuspected world, and kissing him occasioned the same sense of discovery as sliding a clear drop of plain tap water under a microscope and divining whole schools of fantastic fibrillose creatures, or pointing a telescope at a patch of sky pitch-dark to the naked eye and lo, it is spattered with stars. — Lionel Shriver
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Jonathan Tropper: What would you like to do today?" he says. She gives him a funny look. What would you like to do today?" he says. She gives him a funny look. "What are my options?" "Sky's the limit." She considers it for a moment. "Brunch?" "I say the sky's the limit and all you can come up with is brunch?" "I'm just not sure we live under the same sky. — Jonathan Tropper
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Konrad Adenauer: We all live under the same sky, but we don't all have the same horizon. We all live under the same sky, but we don't all have the same horizon. In an instant age, perhaps we must relearn the ancient truth that patience, too, has its victories. — Konrad Adenauer
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Albert Camus: In the light, the earth remains our first and our last love. Our brothers are In the light, the earth remains our first and our last love. Our brothers are breathing under the same sky as we; justice is a living thing. Now is born that strange joy which helps one live and die, and which we shall never again postpone to a later time. — Albert Camus
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Habeeb Akande: It's funny how we all live under the same sky, but we don't all have It's funny how we all live under the same sky, but we don't all have the same horizon. — Habeeb Akande
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Spencer W. Kimball: The holy prophets have not only refused to follow erroneous human trends, but have pointed The holy prophets have not only refused to follow erroneous human trends, but have pointed out these errors. No wonder the response to the prophets has not always been one of indifference. So often the prophets have been rejected because they first rejected the wrong ways of their own society ...
Prophets have a way of jarring the carnal mind. Too often the holy prophets are wrongly perceived as harsh and as anxious to make a record in order to say, "I told you so." Those prophets I have known are the most loving of men. It is because of their love and integrity that they cannot modify the Lord's message merely to make people feel comfortable. They are too kind to be so cruel. I am so grateful that prophets do not crave popularity. — Spencer W. Kimball
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Richelle E. Goodrich: I walk at night under a moonless sky. Only the terrain guides my steps, yet I walk at night under a moonless sky. Only the terrain guides my steps, yet my footfall is as sure as if a dozen suns lit the way. I go to meet you under a leafless tree that never seems to grow or alter its shape. I am uncertain if it still lives or has learned to disguise its death. The same thought crosses my mind when I feel your cold fingers take my hand. It is not the tree I reflect upon.

'Do you still love me?' The words tumble clumsily out of the dark.

Hesitation is its own answer, but I reply 'I'm here' anyway as if my words were whispered comfort and not a weathered blade. They are taken wrong.

'I love you too.'

Your arms wrap me up and clamp tightly around my waist. An old, familiar kiss hardens my lips. I wonder why it is I return to this place every year where only memories remain fond. Perhaps it is because I keep hoping this leafless tree will either change or die. — Richelle E. Goodrich
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Megan Hart: You know what the best part of the stars is?""What's that?""They're the same no matter You know what the best part of the stars is?"
"What's that?"
"They're the same no matter what sky you're standing under. I mean ... yeah, they might move or look like they're in a different place, but they're the same stars."
"Yeah? So?"
"So even if you're apart from someone you want to be with, you can look up at the stars and know they're looking at the same ones. — Megan Hart
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Richard Bach: So much of what we said sounded crazy, yet none of it was false ... So much of what we said sounded crazy, yet none of it was false ... as if two theoretical physicists stood on stage to say that when we travel near lightspeed, we get younger than nontravellers; that a mile of space next to the sun is differnt than a mile of space next to the earth because the sun-mile space is curved more than the the earth-mile. Silly ideas, worth the admission price in smiles, but they're true. Is high-energy physics interesting because it's true or because it's crazy? — Richard Bach
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Sapardi Djoko Damono: The day will comeWhen my body no longer existsBut in the lines of this poemI The day will come
When my body no longer exists
But in the lines of this poem
I will never let you be alone
The day will come
When my voice is no longer heard
But within the words of this poem
I will continue to watch over you
The day will come
When my dreams are no longer known
But in the spaces found in the letters of this poem
I will never tired of looking for you — Sapardi Djoko Damono
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Daphne Du Maurier: I left them to it, the pointing of fingers on maps, the tracing of mountain I left them to it, the pointing of fingers on maps, the tracing of mountain villages, the tracks and contours on maps of larger scale, and basked for the one evening allowed to me in the casual, happy atmosphere of the taverna where we dined. I enjoyed poking my finger in a pan and choosing my own piece of lamb. I liked the chatter and the laughter from neighbouring tables. The gay intensity of talk - none of which I could understand, naturally - reminded me of left-bank Paris. A man from one table would suddenly rise to his feet and stroll over to another, discussion would follow, argument at heat perhaps swiftly dissolving into laughter. This, I thought to myself, has been happening through the centuries under this same sky, in the warm air with a bite to it, the sap drink pungent as the sap running through the veins of these Greeks, witty and cynical as Aristophanes himself, in the shadow, unmoved, inviolate, of Athene's Parthenon. ("The Chamois") — Daphne Du Maurier
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Amy A. Bartol: My only hope for survival lies in the knowledge that you are somewhere in this My only hope for survival lies in the knowledge that you are somewhere in this world, under the same sky, the same sun, the same stars. — Amy A. Bartol
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Gerald D. Waxman: There is a fundamental reason why we look at the sky with wonder and longing There is a fundamental reason why we look at the sky with wonder and longing - for the same reason that we stand, hour after hour, gazing at the distant swell of the open ocean. There is something like an ancient wisdom, encoded and tucked away in our DNA, that knows its point of origin as surely as a salmonid knows its creek. Intellectually, we may not want to return there, but the genes know, and long for their origins - their home in the salty depths. But if the seas are our immediate source, the penultimate source is certainly the heavens.
The spectacular truth is - and this is something that your DNA has known all along - the very atoms of your body - the iron, calcium, phosphorus, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, and on and on - were initially forged in long-dead stars. This is why, when you stand outside under a moonless, country sky, you feel some ineffable tugging at your innards. We are star stuff. Keep looking up. — Gerald D. Waxman
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Ally Blue: Hey, suit guy! The man bellowed. Chris bit back the urge to yell. He turned, Hey, suit guy! The man bellowed.
Chris bit back the urge to yell. He turned, expecting to be confronted by a hand held out for money. What he saw was a pair of enormous eyes, the same color as the spring sky, set in a face with high cheekbones and a delicate chiseled jaw. The man's short, spiked hair was dyed a vibrant purple, making his creamy pale skin glow. Letting his gaze shift downward in a sudden still silence, Chris took in the sleek, sculpted muscles under the snug green t-shirt, the faded jeans molded to slim hips and thighs.
He'd never in his life's seen anyone so beautiful. — Ally Blue
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Maxine Hong Kingston: We're all under the same sky and walk the same earth; we're alive together during We're all under the same sky and walk the same earth; we're alive together during the same moment. — Maxine Hong Kingston
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Rainer Maria Rilke: The park is high. And as out of a houseI step out of its glimmering The park is high. And as out of a house
I step out of its glimmering half-light
into openness and evening. Into the wind,
the same wind that the clouds feel,
the bright rivers and the turning mills
that stand slowly grinding at the sky's edge.
Now I too am a thing held in its hand,
the smallest thing under the sky. --Look:

Is that one sky?:
Blissfully lucid blue,
into which ever purer clouds throng,
and under it all white in endless changes,
and over it that huge, thin-spun gray,
pulsing warmly as on red underpaint,
and over everything this silent radiance
of a setting sun.

Miraculous structure,
moved within itself and upheld by itself,
shaping figures, giant wings, faults
and high mountain ridges before the first star
and suddenly, there: a gate into such
distances as perhaps only birds know... — Rainer Maria Rilke
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Sarvesh Jain: Why do two people who love each other has to live under the same roof? Why do two people who love each other has to live under the same roof? They're under the same sky. Isn't that enough? — Sarvesh Jain
Under The Same Sky Sayings By Richard Wagamese: He held his hand up to his face and licked the wound. Blood. Old-tasting and He held his hand up to his face and licked the wound. Blood. Old-tasting and rich like the sediment of a river. He looked at Jimmy. The blood on their faces meant they were part of the same stream now, bobbing in the current, borne forward effortlessly under the slowly twirling dome of the sky. — Richard Wagamese
Under The Same Sky Sayings By D.H. Lawrence: Now we see again, under the blue heavens where the larks are singing in the Now we see again, under the blue heavens where the larks are singing in the hot April sky, why the Romans called the Etruscans vicious. Even in their palmy days the Romans were not exactly saints. But they thought they ought to be. They hated the phallus and the ark, because they wanted empire and dominion and, above all, riches: social gain. You cannot dance gaily to the double flute and at the same time conquer nations or rake in large sums of money. Delenda est Carthago. To the greedy man, everybody that is in the way of its greed is vice incarnate. — D.H. Lawrence