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I love it when people say, "I love you more". It's like flavor on my tongue. It's like music on my heart. It's like talking to someone I'm not mad at. Something's stirring. I'm full of life. That particular flavor might taste like strawberries. That particular flavor might taste like regret. That particular flavor might taste like fear, sadness, or anger. All I know is that it tastes delicious. And it's worth the chase. Win or lose, that flavor is worth chasing. - Emma Swan, "The New Essential Guide to Witches" |
When virtue and modesty enlighten her charms, the lustre of a beautiful woman is brighter than the stars of heaven, and the influence of her power it is in vain to resist.
Humankind has always looked up to the night sky with a mix of hope and reverence. After all, if not for the stargazers and constellations we would never have left the safety of our homes to explore, sail the seas, and fall in love with the heavens. It’s no wonder, then, that the stars and heavens have been the subject of art and literary giants for centuries. Whether you’re a believer in their mystical power (hello, astrology!) or are more pragmatic in your approach (hello, Neil deGrasse Tyson!), there’s an insightful and memorable star quote or a saying to suit every mood and whim. (Source: www.scarymommy.com)
There is a little kind of star that drowns itself by hundreds in the river Thames--the many-rayed silver-white seed that makes journeys on all the winds up and down England and across it in the end of summer. It is a most expert traveller, turning a little wheel a-tiptoe wherever the wind lets it rest, and speeding on those pretty points when it is not flying. The streets of London are among its many highways, for it is fragile enough to go far in all sorts of weather. But it gets disabled if a rough gust tumbles it on the water so that its finely-feathered feet are wet. On gentle breezes it is able to cross dry-shod, walking the waters.
Depending on where you live, the stars may not always be visible. For instance, if you live in a big city, light pollution might drown out the darkness of the sky. But even if you do live in a city, it is so refreshing to get out into the countryside on occasion to look up at the sky and take in the wonder of the stars. (Source: everydaypower.com)