Lights Quotes

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“Everybody has a little bit of the sun and moon in them. Everybody has a little bit of man, woman, and animal in them. Darks and lights in them. Everyone is part of a connected cosmic system. Part earth and sea, wind and fire, with some salt and dust swimming in them. We have a universe within ourselves that mimics the universe outside. None of us are just black or white, or never wrong and always right. No one. No one exists without polarities. Everybody has good and bad forces working with them, against them, and within them.


PART SUN AND MOON by Suzy Kassem”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

Chad Sugg
“And like a colorful bloom of temporary lights in the sky, you will shine.”
Chad Sugg

Marie Lu
“You are a light,” she replies gently. “And when you shine, you shine bright.”
Marie Lu, The Midnight Star

Michael Connelly
“There were a billion lights out there on the horizon and I knew that all of them put together weren't enough to light the darkness in the hearts of some men.”
Michael Connelly, The Scarecrow

Josephine Angelini
“The people who love you will guide you like bright lights into the other worlds.”
Josephine Angelini, Trial by Fire

Dejan Stojanovic
“Either all lights are turned off or one inner light is missing.”
Dejan Stojanovic, The Sun Watches the Sun

“Tonight, It's not about You, Tonight It's about Me,
It's about How Your absence, troubles me,
It's about How i hide all of this Hurt .
Tonight it's not about Love, Tonight it's about separations,
it's about How i write, to remember You,
it's about How i remember You, through all of Myself .”
Syed Murtaza Haroon

Vera Nazarian
“Colored lights blink on and off, racing across the green boughs. Their reflections dance across exquisite glass globes and splinter into shards against tinsel thread and garlands of metallic filaments that disappear underneath the other ornaments and finery.

Shadows follow, joyful, laughing sprites.

The tree is rich with potential wonder.

All it needs is a glance from you to come alive.”
Vera Nazarian, The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration

Carrie Ryan
“Is that all we have left? Is that all we are? Lights on a map that are slowly dying, hanging on for nothing?”
Carrie Ryan, The Dead-Tossed Waves

Patricia Highsmith
“But there were too many points at which the other self could invade the self he wanted to preserve, and there were too many forms of invasion: certain words, sounds, lights, actions his hands or feet performed, and if he did nothing at all, heard and saw nothing, the shouting of some triumphant inner voice that shocked him and cowed him.”
Patricia Highsmith, Strangers on a Train

Jane Yolen
“You've got some power," Jakkin said. "One hug—and the lights go out!”
Jane Yolen, A Sending of Dragons

Markus Zusak
“The city was dark except for the building lights that seemed to appear like sores - like bandaids had been ripped off to expose the city's skin.”
Markus Zusak, Underdog

“She carried a thousand lights inside her heart, and a thousand lights carried her.”
Vatsal Surti, 20

John Fowles
“People won't admit it, they're too busy grabbing to see that the lights have fused. They can't see the darkness and the spider-face beyond and the great web of it all. That there's always this if you scratch at the surface of happiness and goodness.
The black and the black and the black.”
John Fowles, The Collector

Sol Luckman
“The fireworks went on for nearly half an hour, great pulsing strobes, fiery dandelions and starbursts of light brightening both sky and water. It was hard to tell which was reality and which was reflection, as if there were two displays, above and below, going on simultaneously—one in space-time, mused Max, and the other in time-space.”
Sol Luckman, Snooze: A Story of Awakening

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Light is the foundation of sight.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Anthony T. Hincks
“It's when the sky slowly changes from day to night that you see God turn on his outside lights to illuminate the heavens for those below.”
Anthony T. Hincks

Rosamund Hodge
“We went back to the ballroom we had passed through earlier. I recognized it by the gilt moldings on the walls, for in the darkness I could not see the ceiling-- and the floor was utterly changed. Gone were the mosaics; gone was the floor. Instead, still water filled the room from end to end, deep blue with white-gold glitters swirling above the water were tiny pinpricks of light.
"It's beautiful," I whispered.
Shade caught my hand again and drew me forward. I followed him two halting steps, expecting my feet to splash into the water-- but instead the soles of my feet touched something cool, firm, and smooth, like glass. I looked down: the water rippled around our feet but held our weight. So we walked to the center of a midnight lake and watched the lights swirl around us like a flock of birds.”
Rosamund Hodge, Cruel Beauty

Santosh    Kumar
“May the gracious rays of the sun lights up your ways, Happy Chhath Puja.”
Santosh Kumar

Adi Alsaid
“Emma counts down to three, and as soon as we splash into the water, it comes alive. Millions of white lights sparkle. They radiate out like a shockwave, tiny brilliant explosions like nothing I've ever seen. Emma is stomping onward, a path of light in her wake. I follow along, but I go slower, not wanting to take the next step until the last one has subsided, afraid that the magic will run out. It's like lightning underwater, like microscopic fireflies raging in sync. When the water calms back to darkness, I lean over, run my hand through the water. The lights follow suit, like it's my skin that's charged and not the water.
I hear Emma's stomping and near-maniacal laughter get closer. "What is this?" I ask, my face only a few inches away from the water. I hadn't even noticed how warm the lake is, how soaked through my jeans are. I swirl my fingers across the surface, enchanted.
"This is nature being ridiculous," Emma says. "Bioluminescent plankton. Like swimming in fireworks.”
Adi Alsaid, North of Happy

Martha Wells
“all singing "caution" in chorus”
Martha Wells, Network Effect

Allie Ray
“But just the same he was heading out of Hanger's Hollow, winding his way out of the black pitted heart of coal country and down into the electric buzz of life; down into the city with people breathing, laughing, filling the air with noise. Filling the dark with light, all night long. Holding back the loneliness of the woods all around them with both hands; pushing, daring the utter blackness to dim their glow.”
Allie Ray, Children of Promise

Steven Magee
“2020 was the year I started wearing only shorts inside the home and light bathing under full spectrum lights.”
Steven Magee

“There is also color temperature to consider, measured in Kelvin or K. This measures the color of light across the color spectrum, which will have an impact on your body's physiological response to it.”
Oliver Heath, Design A Healthy Home: 100 ways to transform your space for physical and mental wellbeing

“Circadian lighting might seem complicated if you've never heard of it before, but it can be done in a number of easy ways.
At its simplest, try using a string of very warm white, or orange, LEDS in the evening when you are relaxing before bedtime.
In overhead or side lights, use circadian light bulbs, which can be set to different colors of light, controlled by a dimmer switch.
Use color-changing LED light strips or bulbs with their own color remote controller.
Consider buying color-changing lighting products, such as stand-alone table or floor lamps.
Use a wake-up light alarm clock to wake you gently with color-changing lights in the morning, and relax you with soft lighting in warm tones at bedtime.”
Oliver Heath, Design A Healthy Home: 100 ways to transform your space for physical and mental wellbeing

“Love playing with Lights,
The ones that Glow,
The ones especially that shine Mellow,
& then my favourite,
The one at Dawn,
Saying: "Hello”
Somya Kedia

Steven Magee
“21 lights snuffed out by the gun lobby.”
Steven Magee

Sarah Addison Allen
“The footpath lights in the garden were hidden by ferns and Knock Out roses, giving the area a muted green glow, almost like being under the sea.”
Sarah Addison Allen, Other Birds: A Novel

“She wanted out of the dark,
but turned off all the lights that came on”
Augusto Branco

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