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“The vast open sea at night is a song being written; a rhyme, a mysterious and gentle arpeggiated work of Beethoven. It's sung by the waves as they travel on the face of the ocean, and their lyrics are the rhythm of the pounding surf.”
Giselle V. Steele, Rivers Never Fill The Sea

Munia Khan
“Wild waves rise and fall when they arrive
And that’s what makes the calm sea alive”
Munia Khan

Sarah Riad
“Dying is like the ocean, sometimes the tide comes in gently with soft, delicate waves quietly working in the background. Other days, the waves violently crash into explosions, demanding to be noticed but regardless of how it chooses to do its job, the tide will always come in.”
Sarah Riad, The Sharp Knife of a Short Life

Matshona Dhliwayo
“A river that feeds a village is better than an ocean that merely decorates an island.”
Matshona Dhliwayo

“There is something about the ocean that never fails to amaze me, the way she never fails to kiss the shores even though she is sent away, the way her waves can be both calm and terrifying and the way she never fails to sooth my soul.”
Tilicia Haridat

“Today I have come for a duel. Let's see which is greater - your depth or the depth of my sorrows.”
Akshay Shirsat

Henry Beston
“A year indoors is a journey along a paper calendar; a year in outer nature is the accomplishment of a tremendous ritual. To share in it, one must have a knowledge of the pilgrimages of the sun, and something of the natural sense of him and feeling for him which made even the most primitive people mark the summer limits of his advance and the last December ebb of his decline. All those Autumn weeks I have watched the great disk going south along the horizon of moorlands beyond the marsh, now sinking behind this field, now behind this leafless tree, now behind this sedgy hillock dappled with thin snow. We lose a great deal, I think, when we lose this sense and feeling for the sun. When all has been said, the adventure of the sun is the great natural drama by which we live, and not to have joy and awe of it, not to share in it, isw to close a dull door on nature’s sustaining and poetic spirit.”
Henry Beston, The Outermost House: A Year of Life on the Great Beach of Cape Cod

“I closed my eyes, took a deep breath and dived deeply into her ocean of love and that's how I saved my soul!”
Avijeet Das

“A strange feeling of loneliness
Adrift near the blue canvas
You may stare long and listen deep
Yet not know whether sea-shore or sea-snore!”
Avijeet Das

Matshona Dhliwayo
“If you throw a stone into the ocean, it will reach the bottom; if you throw a word into someone’s heart, it will reach their soul.”
Matshona Dhliwayo

Tamara Rendell
“Strange to feel in flesh
weaker than the skin of water
hung over the long bones of the shoreline
To feel as though drowning,
still breathing, moving
into logical tides and daybreaks”
Tamara Rendell, Mystical Tides

“Your eyes are an Ocean!”
Avijeet Das

Amy Leigh Mercree
“Your life is awash in waves of love in each moment. Open your eyes to the currents around you and bathe in the bliss.”
Amy Leigh Mercree, Joyful Living: 101 Ways to Transform Your Spirit and Revitalize Your Life

“We are like old sailors. The sea will always call us home.”
Eileen Anglin

“Let's sail on sailors
on this voyage of discovery!
If not new worlds,
at least we will discover
newer rainbows within our mind's skies,
and newer horizons in our mind's oceans!”
Avijeet Das

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