Stars In The Sky Quotes by Nicholas Sparks, Alice Hoffman, Haruki Murakami, Anthony Horowitz, Donita K. Paul, Frederic Lawrence Knowles and many others.
I love you more than there are stars in the sky and fish in the sea.
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.
Not just beautiful, though–the stars are like the trees in the forest, alive and breathing. And they’re watching me.
The birds fly in the wrong places and there are too many stars in the sky.
There can be as many wrong reasons to do the right thing as there are stars in the sky. There might even be more than one legitimate right reason. But there is never a right reason to do the wrong thing. Not ever.
The night walked down the sky with the moon in her hand.
It’s lovely to live on a raft. We had the sky up there, all speckled with stars, and we used to lay on our backs and look up at them, and discuss about whether they was made or only just happened.
The stars in the sky will hang there till You tell them to.
People who promote the free market and growth are far more romantic, and far more ideologically driven and blinded by their vision than somebody who goes in and comments about the beauty of a forest or the stars in the sky.
but I know you’re the brightest shooting star in the sky – Astrid
I think human beings must have faith or must look for faith, otherwise our life is empty, empty. To live and not to know why the cranes fly, why children are born, why there are stars in the sky. You must know why you are alive, or else everything is nonsense, just blowing in the wind.
[The] whirlwind fife-and-drum of the storm bends the salt marsh grass, disturbs stars in the sky and the star on the steeple; it is a privilege to see so much confusion.
From the grasses in the field to the stars in the sky, each one is doing just that; and there is such profound peace and surpassing beauty in nature because none of these tries forcibly to transgress its limitations.
The stars in the sky are really other suns like our own, around which orbit other planets. (paraphrase)
Better a square foot of New York than all the rest of the world in a lump – better a lamppost on Broadway than the brightest star in the sky.
It is said that a wise man rules over the stars, but this does not mean that he rules over the influences which come from the stars in the sky. It means that he rules over the powers which exist in his own constitution.
For my part I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of the stars makes me dream.