Quote by Carl Sagan
The sky calls to us. If we do not destroy ourselves, we will one day venture to the stars.
This quote conveys the idea that human beings have an inherent curiosity and desire to explore beyond the confines of Earth. It suggests that unless we bring harm to ourselves, in terms of war or self-destruction, we have the potential and the mind to eventually extend our reach to the distant galaxies. It expresses a hopeful view that, despite the challenges and obstacles we may face, there is a future where humanity will embrace the unknown and embark on space exploration.
I was from such a large family that when I first met my wife, I told her: 'You can go work outside of the house and I'll stay home and continue making my cartoon strips. Maybe I'll make some commercials nearby, you know I'll do anything locally, but I would love to just stay at home and raise the kids like I did when I was growing up.'
Such a number of nights,' said the girl, with a touch of woman's tenderness, which communicated something like sweetness of tone, even to her voice; 'such a number of nights as I've been patient with you, nursing and caring for you, as if you had been a child: and this the first that I've seen you like yourself; you wouldn't have served me as you did just now, if you'd thought of that, would you? Come, come; say you wouldn't.
A religion, that is, a true religion, must consist of ideas and facts both; not of ideas alone without facts, for then it would be mere Philosophy; -- nor of facts alone without ideas, of which those facts are symbols, or out of which they arise, or upon which they are grounded: for then it would be mere History.