Best 311 of Star quotes - MyQuotes
I like a hint but not a full story. I need an exotic star but not the whole universe.
I make this promise to the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) project atop Mauna Kea: I will do everything within the law to shut your toxic enterprise down.
A star that lets another star shine no longer has to work twice as hard to light up the sky.
If the sky was the limit, stars would not light our way to the edge of the universe.
The soul's rainbow has more colors than the sky's stars.
Giovannie De Sadeleer
Every star in the universe represents a soul of a soldier who gave his life for the life you live today.
She was the most beautiful, terrible thing he'd ever seen, like an acetylene flame, an incandescent filament, a fallen star right in front of him.
A single candle has the power to light up a room, a single star has the power to light up the sky, and a single soul has the power to light up the world.
A new star has been born and Vera’s performance brings alive the desolate life of O’Neil’s young heroine in a natural talent that is so fresh and yet so ageless.
I don't want realism. I want magic. I live magic. I am magic.
Reach for the stars, not your fears.
I call modern electronic light bulbs ‘Insomnia light bulbs’ because they are known to disrupt sleep.
What I want to be is an actor, not a star.
One bright star can light up a thousand dark skies.
Be so warm that people mistake you for the sun; so bright that people mistake you for the stars; and so accommodating that people mistake you for the universe.
When night comes do not despair; rejoice instead and say to yourself, “At least now I can see the stars.
Stars earn their brightest colors in the dark.
The sky has many secrets, but only reveals them to the stars.
Dark times don't create stars; it is at night when what has always been in the star is revealed.
A star that is determined to shine cannot be hidden, not even by darkness.
If you want to reach for the stars out there, you must first reach within, down here.
Stars don't beg the sky to shine.
The stars were extra bright tonight, and they shone and glimmered as if each one had something it wanted to say.
The distance between two stars is inconsequential when they shine as one.
No night, no stars.
Gravity is no match against one who is determined to reach the stars.
The world surrenders to an enlightened mind. The stars surrender to a joyful heart. The universe surrenders to a loving soul.
As paint needs a canvass for its beauty to show, stars need darkness for their splendor to shine.
You can turn off the world's lights, but you cannot turn off the universe's stars.
He was suddenly thrilled to see his private, personal star arise in the east. This was a particular star his nanny had chosen for him as a child. As a child, he would sometimes talk to this star, but only when he was his most serious, real self, and not being any sort of a show-off or clown. As he grew up, the practice had somehow worn off. He looked up at his old friend as if to say, “You see my predicament.” The star seemed to respond, “I see.” Abel next put the question: “What shall I do?” The star seemed to answer, “You will do what you will do.” For some reason this reply strengthened Abel’s belief in himself. Sleep gently enfolded him. The constellations proceeded across the hushed heavens as if tiptoeing past the dreaming mouse on his high branch.
If you throw a star into the dark, it will still shine.
If you throw a star into a dark room, it will still shine.
I feel like a part of my soul has loved you since the beginning of everything. Maybe we’re from the same star.
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
There dwells a life in every star; With brother spheres it rolls afar Its self-elected, radiant way. Still throb within the great earth-ball The forces which conduct us all From day to night, from night to day. - - - GER: Das Leben wohnt in jedem Sterne: Er wandelt mit den andern gerne Die selbsterwählte reine Bahn; Im innern Erdenball pulsieren Die Kräfte, die zur Nacht uns führen Und wieder zu dem Tag heran. Zahme Xenien VI.
It was dark now, and broodingly sluggish. Like something supine waiting to spring, with just the tip of its tail twitching. Leaves stood still on the trees. An evil green star glinted in the black sky like a hostile eye, like an evil spying eye. ("For The Rest Of Her Life")
Come back to me. Where have you gone? And why so long? I miss the star below your lip, the constellation on your chest. I miss your ways, how you net butter-flying words and release them for others to enjoy. I miss your tenderness, the sweetness of your breath and the song of your voice. I miss how you worship me. Come back to me once more. Why did you go? And whatever for? The heavens plotted against us. The clouds came and pissed on our lives. The smell of charged particles still lingers in the air. What will become of you and I? Come back to us.
The long term effects of exposure to high powered 20 watt sodium LASER guide stars are unlikely to be fully understood for a few more decades, as it is such a new technology and only a relatively small group of people have been exposed to it. LASER radiation safety standards appear to be where X-Ray radiation safety standards were in the 1900's.
Don’t curse the stars hoping to please the sky.
Stars learn to dance in the dark.
Calamities reveal your capabilities. Take note of this and when times get odd, prepare and shine.
She blazed. She kindled. Out of the night she burnt like a white star.
You will never reach the stars without courage to lose sight of the ground.
In the firmament of science Mayer and Joule constitute a double star, the light of each being in a certain sense complementary to that of the other.
The star of a man glows at birth, brightens on later years and dims at death.
Stars are not praised for shining during the day, but at night.
Fame is longing. Not yours, but the audience’s. A star is nothing more, nothing less, than the public face of private desire.
The bigger the star, the bigger the target.
I have heard that in the New Zealand native tradition, the soul, when it dies, becomes a star.
A star never lets anything dull its sparkle, not even darkness.
He looked at me like I was the stars when all I’d ever felt like was the dark nothingness between them.