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Ray Bradbury Quotes
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Ray Bradbury Quote: “It was in their friendship they just wanted to run forever, shadow and shadow.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “The jungle looked back at them with a vastness, a breathing moss-and-leaf silence, with a billion diamond and emerald insect eyes.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “So while our art cannot, as we wish it could, save us from wars, privation, envy, greed, old age, or death, it can revitalize us amidst it all.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “That’s the wonderful thing about man; he never gets so discouraged or disgusted that he gives up doing it all over again, because he knows very well it is important and WORTH the doing.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “But Clarisse’s favorite subject wasn’t herself. It was everyone else, and me. She was the first person in a good many years I’ve really liked. She was the first person I can remember who looked straight at me as if I counted.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “He knew what the wind was doing to them, where it was taking them, to all the secret places that were never so secret again in life.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “Somewhere in him, a shadow turned mournfully over. You had to run with a night like this so the sadness could not hurt.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “Do you know that books smell like nutmeg or some spice from a foreign land? I loved to smell them when I was a boy. Lord, there were a lot of lovely books once, before we let them go.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “I’m still crazy. The rain feels good. I love to walk in it.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “That’s the great secret of creativity. You treat ideas like cats: you make them follow you.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “Tell us again, for we forget, that work done without love is stillborn, mindless, and lost in the very hour of its deliverance.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “Each person was himself one alone. One oneness, a unit in a society, but always afraid, always alone. If I should scream, if I should call for help, would anyone hear would it even matter?”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “You can’t learn to write in college. It’s a very bad place for writers because the teachers always think they know more than you do-and they don’t. They have prejudices.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “The human race likes to give itself airs. One good volcano can produce more greenhouse gases in a year than the human race has in its entire history.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “Where do they come from? The dust. Where do they go? The grave. Does blood stir their veins? No: the night wind. What ticks in their head? The worm. What speaks from their mouth? The toad. What sees from their eye? The snake. What hears with their ear? The abyss between the stars.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “Death doesn’t exist. It never did, it never will. But we’ve drawn so many pictures of it, so many years, trying to pin it down, comprehend it, we’ve got to thinking of it as an entity, strangely alive and greedy. All it is, however, is a stopped watch, a loss, an end, a darkness. Nothing.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “We meet on the common ground of an uncommon age and share out our gifts of dark and light, good and bad, simple joy and not so simple sorrow.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “We’ve let too much time go by. We’ve been busy with war instead of being busy with peace. And that’s what space travel is all about. It’s all about peace and exploration and wonder and beauty.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “They are so confident that they will run on forever. But they won’t run on. They don’t know that this is all one huge big blazing meteor that makes a pretty fire in space, but that some day it’ll have to hit.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “Writing is not a serious business. It’s a joy and a celebration. You should be having fun with it.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “The faster you blurt, the more swiftly you write, the more honest you are.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “It learned you can’t love anything too much in this world.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “When rivers flooded, when fire fell from the sky, what a fine place the library was, the many rooms, the books. With luck, no one found you. How could they! – when you were off to Tanganyika in ’98, Cairo in 1812, Florence in 1492!?”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “Most of my stories are ideas in action. In other words, I get a concept, and I let it run away. I find a character to act out the idea. And then the story takes care of itself.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “There is only one type of story in the world-your story.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “And besides, I like to cry. After I cry hard it’s like it’s morning again and I’m starting the day over.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “When I was a young writer if you went to a party and told somebody you were a science-fiction writer you would be insulted. They would call you Flash Gordon all evening, or Buck Rogers.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “Find out what your hero or heroine wants, and when he or she wakes up in the morning, just follow him or her all day...”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “Everything that happens before Death is what counts.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “All of us, no matter how we look born into this world, feel something like the Hunchback. It doesn’t matter if you have a beautiful face or not.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “I am madness maddened when it comes to books, writers, and the great granary silos where their wits are stored.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “My cowardice is such of passion, complimenting the revolutionary spirit that lives in its shadow.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “I have four daughters and eight grandchildren. My soul lives on in them. That’s immortality. That’s the only immortality I care about.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “May you be in love every day for the next 20,000 days. And out of that love, remake a world.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “He slapped her face with amazing objectivity and repeated the question.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “Only if the third necessary thing could be given us. Number one, as I said: quality of information. Number two: leisure to digest it. And number three: the right to carry out actions based on what we learn from the interaction of the first two.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “Writing is supposed to be difficult, agonizing, a dreadful exercise, a terrible occupation.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “Joy is the grace we say to God.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “What are the best things and the worst things in your life, and when are you going to get around to whispering or shouting them?”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “You always dread the unfamiliar. Surely you remember the boy in your own school class who was exceptionally ‘bright,’ did most of the reciting and answering while the others sat like so many leaden idols, hating him. And wasn’t it this bright boy you selected for beatings and tortures after hours? Of course it was. We must all be alike. Not everyone born free and equal, as the Constitution says, but everyone made equal.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “Miraculously, smoke curled out of his own mouth, his nose, his ears, his eyes, as if his soul had been extinguished within his lungs at the very moment the sweet pumpkin gave up its incensed ghost.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “He stood breathing, and the more he breathed the land in, the more he was filled up with all the details of the land. He was not empty. There was more than enough here to fill him. There would always be more than enough.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “I’m ALIVE. Thinking about it, noticing it, is new. You do things and don’t watch. Then all of a sudden you look and see what you’re doing and it’s the first time, really.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “My job is to help you fall in love.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “And Will? Why, he’s the last peach, high on a summer tree. Some boys walk by and you cry, seeing them. They feel good, they look good, they are good. Oh, they’re not above peeing off a bridge, or stealing an occasional dime-store pencil sharpener; it’s not that. It’s just, you know, seeing them pass, that’s how they’ll be all their life; they’ll get hit, hurt, cut, bruised, and always wonder why, why does it happen? how can it happen to them?”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “And suddenly everything, absolutely everything, was there.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “I’m the thing you most desire, you represent the thing I least desire, death. It’s just the opposite of love.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “The bigger your market, Montag, the less you handle controversy, remember that! All.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “We are anthill men upon an anthill world.”
Ray Bradbury Quote: “Do you remember what happened to Mexico when Cortez and his very fine good friends arrived from Spain? A whole civilization destroyed by greedy, righteous bigots. History will never forgive Cortez.”
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