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40 Wall Letters And Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Wall Letters And Sayings By James S.A. Corey: The name ROCINANTE was on the wall in letters as broad as his hand, and The name ROCINANTE was on the wall in letters as broad as his hand, and someone had added a stencil of a spray of yellow narcissus. It looked desperately out of place and very appropriate at the same time. When he thought about it that way, it seemed to fit most things about the ship. Her crew, for instance. — James S.A. Corey
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Wall Letters And Sayings By Kurt Vonnegut: If flying-saucer creatures or angels or whatever were to come here in a hundred years, If flying-saucer creatures or angels or whatever were to come here in a hundred years, say, and find us gone like the dinosaurs, what might be a good message for humanity to leave for them, maybe carved in great big letters on a Grand Canyon wall? Here is this old poop's suggestion: WE PROBABLY COULD HAVE SAVED OURSELVES, BUT WERE TOO DAMNED LAZY TO TRY VERY HARD ... — Kurt Vonnegut
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Wall Letters And Sayings By Ramsey Campbell: He hurried back. Walls seemed to shift and advance. Right here, it must be. Wasn't He hurried back. Walls seemed to shift and advance. Right here, it must be. Wasn't this passage too short? No, it wasn't a wall that blocked his way, only fog. The fog retreated before him - then at once yielded up a wall. Staggering crimson letters caught in the web of graffiti spelled KILLER. — Ramsey Campbell
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Wall Letters And Sayings By Anna Kamienska: Letters of the condemned. Last words scratched on a cell's wall. To write like that. Letters of the condemned. Last words scratched on a cell's wall. To write like that. — Anna Kamienska
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Wall Letters And Sayings By P.T. Barnum: How were the receipts today in Madison Square Garden ? How were the receipts today in Madison Square Garden ? — P.T. Barnum
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Wall Letters And Sayings By Gary Val Tenuta: I think. Therefore, I am. I think."- AnonymousI found this written in tiny letters in I think. Therefore, I am. I think."
- Anonymous

I found this written in tiny letters in the grout between the wall tiles above a urinal in a restroom at the University of Washington, circa 1980. I don't know if Descartes would have approved but I thought it was brilliant. — Gary Val Tenuta
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Wall Letters And Sayings By Kurt Vonnegut: Bergeron's epitaph for the planet, i remember, which he said should be carved in big Bergeron's epitaph for the planet, i remember, which he said should be carved in big letters in a wall of the grand canyon for the flying-saucer people to find was this:
WE COULD HAVE SAVED IT,
BUT WE WERE TOO DOGGONE CHEAP.
only he didn't say doggone. — Kurt Vonnegut
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Wall Letters And Sayings By H.P. Lovecraft: It is no news to me that tales of hidden races are as old as It is no news to me that tales of hidden races are as old as all mankind. — H.P. Lovecraft
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Wall Letters And Sayings By Plutarch: If we traverse the world, it is possible to find cities without walls, without letters, If we traverse the world, it is possible to find cities without walls, without letters, without kings, without wealth, without coin, without schools and theatres; but a city without a temple, or that practiseth not worship, prayer, and the like, no one ever saw. — Plutarch
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Wall Letters And Sayings By Tahereh Mafi: Narrow-mindedness will only get you as far as Nowhere, and once you're there, you're lost Narrow-mindedness will only get you as far as Nowhere, and once you're there, you're lost forever. — Tahereh Mafi
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Wall Letters And Sayings By Leslie Austin: I listen to the rainfall, my words wanna flow!Droplets run down the wall,where do they I listen to the rainfall,
my words wanna flow!
Droplets run down the wall,
where do they go?
Letters in the raw,
mesh together for the show! — Leslie Austin
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Wall Letters And Sayings By Cosmo Starlight: I've lived inside every ward of Freedom Incorporated and found I don't like being lied I've lived inside every ward of Freedom Incorporated and found I don't like being lied to. Put me in prison; do not put me on the street then call that freedom. Do not force me to into believing block-cut neon red, white, and blue letters super-glued to the tall, outside company wall blinking Freedom Incorporated," chapter seven 'The Problem' from writer Cosmo Starlight's sixth edition novel "Freedom Incorporated. — Cosmo Starlight
Wall Letters And Sayings By Matthew De Abaitua: A quantified family would be upper middle class. Likely working in big tech," said Theodore. A quantified family would be upper middle class. Likely working in big tech," said Theodore. "Their employers would have required it." Piece by piece, the projectors filled in the available data on the house, including on the kitchen wall, a large screen of blurred graphs, smudged letters and numbers, all in motion. "This is the hearth," he said. "The data flickering at the heart of the family. Location, activity, well-being." He squinted at the screen. "Can you bring this into resolution? — Matthew De Abaitua
Wall Letters And Sayings By Henry Ward Beecher: The deeper men go into life, the deeper is their conviction that this life is The deeper men go into life, the deeper is their conviction that this life is not all. It is an unfinished symphony. A day may round out an insect's life, and a bird or a beast needs no tomorrow. Not so with him who knows that he is related to God and has felt the power of an endless life. — Henry Ward Beecher
Wall Letters And Sayings By Andrea Heltsley: I second that. This is all so creepy. I feel like we are in some I second that. This is all so creepy. I feel like we are in some sort of strange movie, forget an episode of Buffy. We have passed into official horror movie territory.
-Nessa and Cora — Andrea Heltsley
Wall Letters And Sayings By M.L. Stedman: improbable to Tom that such endless space could exist improbable to Tom that such endless space could exist — M.L. Stedman
Wall Letters And Sayings By Petronius: A huge dog, tied by a chain, was painted on the wall and over it A huge dog, tied by a chain, was painted on the wall and over it was written in capital letters 'Beware of the dog.' — Petronius
Wall Letters And Sayings By Fernando Perez: Immigration and travel certainly don't mean the same thing everywhere. Here in Cuba, the big Immigration and travel certainly don't mean the same thing everywhere. Here in Cuba, the big wall isn't just the fact that it's an island, but the fact that we need an exit permit in order to leave, and the letters of invitation in order to visit another country. — Fernando Perez
Wall Letters And Sayings By Avijeet Das: I am privileged to have your illuminating presence in my life that adds etherealness to I am privileged to have your illuminating presence in my life that adds etherealness to my existence! — Avijeet Das
Wall Letters And Sayings By Hokusai: What is drawing? It is working oneself through an invisible iron wall that seems to What is drawing? It is working oneself through an invisible iron wall that seems to stand between what one feels and what one can do. - Vincent van Gogh, The Letters of Vincent van Gogh to His Brother — Hokusai
Wall Letters And Sayings By Trish Mercer: This way I'm 'honored' without anyone having to actually do, concede, admit, sacrifice, or change This way I'm 'honored' without anyone having to actually do, concede, admit, sacrifice, or change anything significant. They just tack a few meaningless letters up on a wall, some self-important men say some forgettable words, a few people cheer without knowing why but do so because it's expected, and then everyone decides they're satisfied. That, Peto, is politics."
"That's rubbish!"
"Same thing. — Trish Mercer
Wall Letters And Sayings By Arianna Huffington: When life is at that extremely hard time, all we can control is our attitude. When life is at that extremely hard time, all we can control is our attitude. — Arianna Huffington
Wall Letters And Sayings By Alexander McCall Smith: On the wall of this yard there was the wording, painted in high letters: Reliable On the wall of this yard there was the wording, painted in high letters: Reliable Autos. We get you there.
"Get you where?" asked Fanwell. Chobie smiled. "Where you want to get. That's where everybody's heading, after all. To where they want to get. — Alexander McCall Smith
Wall Letters And Sayings By Lisa See: I have inherited fragrance of classic books. Drilling the wall for light, hair tied to I have inherited fragrance of classic books. Drilling the wall for light, hair tied to a beam in fear of drowsing, I wrest from nature excellence in letters. — Lisa See
Wall Letters And Sayings By Cecelia Ahern: If you can't put magnolia on a wall then there are always a million other If you can't put magnolia on a wall then there are always a million other colors you can use, if you can't pay your phone bill then just write letters telling them. I'm not playing down the importance of these things, yes you need money for food, yes you need food to survive, but you also need sleep to have energy, to smile to be happy, and to be happy so you can laugh, just so you don't keel over with a heart attack. People forget they have options. And they forget that those things really don't matter. They should concentrate on what they have and not what they don't have. And by the way, wishing and dreaming doesn't mean concentrating on what you don't have, it's positive thinking that encourages hoping and believing, not whining and moaning. — Cecelia Ahern
Wall Letters And Sayings By Terry Pratchett: Sometimes I get nice letters from people who know they're due to meet him (Death) Sometimes I get nice letters from people who know they're due to meet him (Death) soon, and hope I've got him right.
Those are the kind of letters that cause me to stare at the wall for some time. — Terry Pratchett
Wall Letters And Sayings By Abhijit Naskar: At first the brain weighs a potential partner, and if the partner fits our ancestral At first the brain weighs a potential partner, and if the partner fits our ancestral wish list, we get a spike in the release of sex chemicals that makes us dizzy with a rush of unavoidable infatuation. It's the first step down the primeval path of pair-bonding. — Abhijit Naskar
Wall Letters And Sayings By Theodor W. Adorno: Even at that time the hope of leaving behind messages in bottles on the flood Even at that time the hope of leaving behind messages in bottles on the flood of barbarism bursting on Europe was an amiable illusion: the desperate letters stuck in the mud of the spirit of rejuvenesence and were worked up by a band of Noble Human-Beings and other riff-raff into highly artistic but inexpensive wall-adornments. Only since then has progress in communications really got into its stride. Who, in the end, is to take it amiss if even the freest of free spirits no longer write for an imaginary posterity, more trusting, if possible, than even their contemporaries, but only for the dead God? — Theodor W. Adorno
Wall Letters And Sayings By Victor Pelevin: In itself a wall on which a panoramic view of a non-existent world is drawn In itself a wall on which a panoramic view of a non-existent world is drawn does not change. But for a great deal of money you can buy a view from the window with a painted sun, a sky-blue bay and a calm evening. Unfortunately the author of this fragment will again be Ed - but even this is not important, because the very window the view is bought for is also only drawn in. Then perhaps the wall on which it is drawn is a drawing too? But drawn by whom and on what?
He raised his eyes to the wall of the toilet as though in hopes of an answer there. Traced on the tiles in red felt-tip pen were the jolly, rounded letters of a brief slogan: Trapped? Masturbate! — Victor Pelevin
Wall Letters And Sayings By Jessica N. Turner: I made a decision a long time ago that I was going to choose joy. I made a decision a long time ago that I was going to choose joy. I even painted a big rectangle on my wall and printed it in big letters so I wouldn't forget to make that choice every day. The major word in that rectangle isn't joy, it's CHOOSE. It's looking around me when life is difficult and trading every complaint I have for something beautiful in my life that far outweighs it. I know, it's that Pollyanna personified thing again, but living joyful beats being cynical any day of the week. — Jessica N. Turner
Wall Letters And Sayings By Jonathan Lethem: The alphabet Miss Poobner taught was represented on the wall above her head by a The alphabet Miss Poobner taught was represented on the wall above her head by a series of personified cartoonlike letters
Mr. A, Eating an Apple; Mrs. B, Buying a Broom; and so on
and something insipid about the parade of grinning letters defeated Dylan's will utterly. — Jonathan Lethem
Wall Letters And Sayings By H.P. Lovecraft: It was murder - strangulation - but one need not say that the claw-mark on It was murder - strangulation - but one need not say that the claw-mark on Mrs. Suydam's throat could not have come from her husband's or any other human hand, or that upon the white wall there flickered for an instant in hateful red a legend which, later copied from memory, seems to have been nothing less than the fearsome Chaldee letters of the word 'LILITH'. One need not mention these things because they vanished so quickly - as for Suydam, one could at least bar others from the room until one knew what to think oneself. The doctor has distinctly assured Malone that he did not see IT. The open porthole, just before he turned on the lights, was clouded for a second with a certain phosphorescence, and for a moment there seemed to echo in the night outside the suggestion of a faint and hellish tittering; — H.P. Lovecraft
Wall Letters And Sayings By Frederick Lenz: When you've become strong enough and developed enough, the teacher will fall away. When you've become strong enough and developed enough, the teacher will fall away. — Frederick Lenz
Wall Letters And Sayings By Nisargadatta Maharaj: Love is not selective, desire is selective. In love there are no strangers. When the Love is not selective, desire is selective. In love there are no strangers. When the centre of selfishness is no longer, all desires for pleasure and fear of pain cease; one is no longer interested in being happy; beyond happiness there is pure intensity, inexhaustible energy, the ecstasy of giving from a perennial source. — Nisargadatta Maharaj
Wall Letters And Sayings By Tom Waits: I dunno, when I started writing really I was like, filling out applications and stuff I dunno, when I started writing really I was like, filling out applications and stuff real early. Last name first, first name last, sex ... occasionally, stuff like that. Then I was writing letters, filling out forms, writing on bathroom walls ... — Tom Waits
Wall Letters And Sayings By Friedrich Nietzsche: On all the walls, wherever walls exist, I will inscribe this eternal indictment of ChristianityI On all the walls, wherever walls exist, I will inscribe this eternal indictment of Christianity
I have letters to make even blindmen see ... I call Christianity the single great curse, the single great innermost depravity, the single great instinct of revenge, for which no means is poisonous, secretive, subterranean, small enough
I call it mankind's single immortal blemish ... And we reckon time from the dies nefastus with which this calamity arose
following Christianity's first day!
Why not following its last day, instead?
Following today?
Transvaluation of all values! — Friedrich Nietzsche
Wall Letters And Sayings By Jennifer L. Armentrout: My brows rose. "You want your jeans off?" She pressed her cheek against my chest My brows rose. "You want your jeans off?" She pressed her cheek against my chest and tapped my leg once. I guessed that was drunk Morse code for yes. — Jennifer L. Armentrout
Wall Letters And Sayings By M. John Harrison: You can't cure people of their character,' she read. After this he had crossed something You can't cure people of their character,' she read.
After this he had crossed something out then gone on, 'You can't even change yourself. Experiments in that direction soon deteriorate into bitter, infuriated struggles. You haul yourself over the wall and glimpse new country. Good! You can never again be what you were! But even as you are congratulating yourself you discover tied to one leg the string of Christmas cards, gas bills, air letters and family snaps which will never allow you to be anyone else. A forty-year-old woman holds up a doll she has kept in a cardboard box under a bed since she was a child. She touches its clothes, which are falling to pieces; works tenderly its loose arm. The expression that trembles on the edge of realizing itself in the slackening muscles of her lips and jaw is indescribably sad. How are you to explain to her that she has lost nothing by living the intervening years of her life? How is she to explain that to you? — M. John Harrison
Wall Letters And Sayings By Yann Martel: Just beyond the ticket booth Father had painted on a wall in bright red letters Just beyond the ticket booth Father had painted on a wall in bright red letters the question: DO YOU KNOW WHICH IS THE MOST DANGEROUS ANIMAL IN THE ZOO? An arrow pointed to a small curtain. There were so many eager, curious hands that pulled at the curtain that we had to replace it regularly. Behind it was a mirror. — Yann Martel
Wall Letters And Sayings By Suzy Kassem: SAPPHIRE AND DIAMONDSWhen I look up at Heaven,I see the souls of those who diedBeaming SAPPHIRE AND DIAMONDS

When I look up at Heaven,
I see the souls of those who died
Beaming down at me,
Wanting to scream: "I'm still alive!",
Wishing to scribble across the sapphire sky -
Letters to their loved ones,
But a million dark oceans stand between us,
Between those who passed and the living,
Between those of us still stuck below,
And those who have crossed over the threshold of time -
Where what seems like eternity
Is really only a few minutes.
So you see, there is no reason to weep over the shining ones -
For even though the space that separates us is limitless,
The wall of time that divides us is only paper-thin.
And one day, we shall all reunite with them,
When our souls are released like fish
Back into the vast shimmering sea
To shine together like
Glittering diamonds. — Suzy Kassem