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  • Have you ever taken a sober look at any of the mutants who run these Hollywood-gossip sites? What a crew! None of them could ever, ever be stars, which is why they're always trying to "take the piss" from those they envy.

    Running   Stars   Taken  
  • Even by rock star standards, I was pretty awful.

    Stars   Rocks   Awful  
  • When you're a kid, 'Star Trek' is a slower burn. It's funny, it's entertaining, but it also has a maturity about it - which is its universal appeal, I think.

    Stars   Kids   Maturity  
  • Your fervent wishes can only find fulfillment if you succeed in attaining love and understanding of men, and animals, and plants, and stars, so that every joy becomes your joy and every pain your pain.

    Stars   Pain   Men  
    Albert Einstein (2013). “Albert Einstein, The Human Side: Glimpses from His Archives”, p.30, Princeton University Press
  • Why we are here: To tremble at the terrible beauty of the stars, to shed a tear at the perfection of Beethoven's symphonies, and to crack a cold one now and then.

    Stars   Beer   Symphony  
  • if your subject is an actor, he or she will also be shorter in person than they appear onscreen. This, also, you must keep to yourself. Even if you think you are giving their lack of height a positive spin, you aren't. 'You always seem larger than life in photos, but it's nice to see that in person you're just like us' might seem like a compliment, but what a star hears is 'You're stumpy, and you will lose jobs to taller people.

    Jobs   Stars   Nice  
  • Steve turned to us again, looking so dang enthusastic that I wondered how much coffee he'd had this morning. "So, you kids want to be big stars, eh?" God, no!" I said spewing crumbs. "No way!" Oddly, this seemed to throw a petite wrench into the convo.

    Morning   Stars   Coffee  
  • The shed of leaves became a cascade of red and gold and after a time the trees stood skeletal against a sky of weathered tin. The land lay bled of its colors. The nights lengthened, went darker, brightened in their clustered stars. The chilled air smelled of wood smoke, of distances and passing time. Frost glimmered on the morning fields. Crows called across the pewter afternoons.

  • Astronomers have a common ground for discussion with musicians in the harmony of the stars and musical concords in tetrads and triads of the fourth and the fifth, and with geometricians in the subject of vision; and in all other sciences many points, perhaps all, are common so far as the discussion of them is concerned. But the actual undertaking of works which are brought to perfection by the hand and its manipulation is the function of those who have been specially trained to deal with a single art.

    Art   Stars   Hands  
    "De architectura". Book by Vitruvius. Book I, Chapter I, Section 16,
  • God is not looking for more stars; He's looking for more servants.

    Stars   Servant  
  • In this land of unlimited opportunity, a place where, to paraphrase Woody Allen, any man or woman can realize greatness as a patient or as a doctor, we have only one commercial American filmmaker who consistently speaks with his own voice. That is Woody Allen, gag writer, musician, humorist, philosopher, playwright, stand-up comic, film star, film writer and film director.

    The New York Times, July 17, 1983.
  • We could never know who we truly were until we heard the whispers of the stars.

    Stars   Heard   Knows  
  • I could kiss you in the rain forever Turn all your pain to pleasure Fill up all your days with sunlight Make the passion last every night Give you my every possesion Make you my only obsession Climb up to the sky and pull down all the stars above But I could never love you enough

    Country   Song   Stars  
  • Without the instruments and accumulated knowledge of the natural sciences... humans are trapped in a cognitive prison. They are like intelligent fish born in a deep shallowed pool. Wondering and restless, longing to reach out, they think about the world outside. They invent ingenious speculations and myths about the origin of the confining waters, of the sun and the sky and the stars above , and the meaning of their own existence. But they are wrong, always wrong because the world is too remote from ordinary experience to be merely imagined.

  • We can't manipulate some stars while maintaining other stars as controls; we can't start and stop ice ages, and we can't experiment with designing and evolving dinosaurs.

    Stars   Ice   Design  
  • But He is risen, a later star of dawn.

    William Wordsworth (1848). “The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth: Together with a Description of the Country of the Lakes in the North of England”, p.109
  • My grandmother lived in a universe filled with life. It was impossible for her to conceive of any creature - even the smallest insect, let alone a human being - as insignificant. In every leaf, flower, animal, and star she saw an expression of a compassionate universe, whose laws were not competition and survival of the fittest but cooperation, artistry and thrift. . . .

  • The violets prattle and titter, And gaze on the stars high above.

    Stars   Violet  
    Heinrich Heine (1866). “The Poems of Heine: Complete”, p.68
  • No star is lost once we have seen, We always may be what we might have been.

  • Wilderness is not only a haven for native plants and animals but it is also a refuge from society. Its a place to go to hear the wind and little else, see the stars and the galaxies, smell the pine trees, feel the cold water, touch the sky and the ground at the same time, listen to coyotes, eat the fresh snow, walk across the desert sands, and realize why its good to go outside of the city and the suburbs. Fortunately, there is wilderness just outside the limits of the cities and the suburbs in most of the United States, especially in the West.

    Stars   Animal   Cities  
  • Most brilliant star upon the crest of Time Is England. England!

    alexander smith (1853). “poems”, p.163
  • e quindi uscimmo a riveder le stelle" ("and thence we came forth to see again the stars")

    Divina Commedia "Inferno" canto 34, l. 139 (ca. 1310 - 1321) (translation by John D. Sinclair)
  • See that fella over there? He's 20 years old. In 10 years, he's got a chance to be a star. Now that fella over there, he's 20 years old, too. In 10 years he's got a chance to be 30.

    Stars   Yankees   Years  
  • When you're a kid, I think you want to be a film star. And I'm not as enamoured with that any more. The reality of that life is a lot of travel, and a lot of being away, which is impractical because I have four children, so I don't want to be away that much, not the other side of the world away.

    Stars   Children   Kids  
    "Biography/Personal Quotes".
  • I was a star in England, but Ive never been a star in America. Now I am.

    Stars   America   England  
  • The compass rose is nothing but a star with an infinite number of rays pointing in all directions.It is the one true and perfect symbol of the universe.And it is the one most accurate symbol of you.Spread your arms in an embrace, throw your head back, and prepare to receive and send coordinates of being. For, at last you know—you are the navigator, the captain, and the ship.

    Stars   Numbers   Perfect  
  • Being a movie star is a quality that somebody sort of embodies, and being a celebrity is something that people give to you. It has to do with being recognizable, as opposed to something that people recognize in you. I just hope to make good movies. I know that sounds simple, but it's true.

    Stars   Simple   People  
  • He'd thought he was lost, but now he recognized that eternity was around him, like salt from a shaker or stars in the sky.

    Stars   Sky   Salt  
    Alice Hoffman (2000). “Local Girls”, p.76, Penguin Group
  • It is reasonable to hope that in the not too distant future we shall be competent to understand so simple a thing as a star.

    Stars   Future   Simple  
    Arthur S. Eddington, Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington (1926). “The Internal Constitution of the Stars”, p.393, Cambridge University Press
  • I met in the street a very poor young man who was in love. His hat was old, his coat worn, his cloak was out at the elbows, the water passed through his shoes, - and the stars through his soul.

    Love   Stars   Men  
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