Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.
It is so hard for an evolutionary biologist to write about extinction caused by human stupidity. […] Let me then Float an unconventional plea, the inverse of the usual argument. […] The extinction of Partula is unfair to Partula . That is the conventional argument, and I do not challenge its primacy. But we need a humanistic ecology as well, both for the practical reason that people will always touch people more than snails do or can, and for the moral reason that humans are legitimately the measure of all ethical questions for these are our issues, not nature's.stephen jay gould
My soul is an enchanted boat, Which, like a sleeping swan, doth Float Upon the silver waves of thy sweet singing.Percy Bysshe Shelley
Fly fishing is a very pleasant amusement; but angling or Float fishing, I can only compare to a stick and a string, with a worm at one end and a fool at the other.
Fly fishing may be a very pleasant amusement; but angling or Float fishing I canonlycomparetoa stick and a string, with a worm at one end and a fool at the other.
Our glories Float between the earth and heaven Like clouds which seem pavilions of the sun.edward bulwer-lytton
There is (so to speak) "a mighty stream of tendency" to good in the human mind, upon which all objects Float and are imperceptibly borne along; and though in the voyage of life we meet with strong rebuffs, with rocks and quicksands, yet there is a "a tide in the affairs of men," a heaving and a restless aspiration of the soul, by means of which, "with sails and tackle torn," the wreck and scattered fragments of our entire being drift into the port and haven of our desires!william hazlitt
Shakespeare is a good raft whereon to Float securely down the stream of time; fasten yourself to that and your immortality is safe.george henry lewes
When you fly a balloon you don’t file a flight plan; you go where the wind goes. You feel like part of the air. You almost feel like part of eternity, and you just Float along.jeannette piccard
They're not going to teach science at all. What they do is take the science students down to the lake, tie them in burlap sacks and throw them in. If God thinks they're good science students, they Float.paula poundstone
Still believe that ever round you Spirits Float who watch and wait; Nor forget the twain who found you Sleeping nigh the Golden Gate.
I seemed to Float not into clearness, but into a darker obscure, and within a minute there had come to me out of my very pity the appalling alarm of his being perhaps innocent. It was for the instant confounding and bottomless, for if he were innocent, what then on earth was I ?Henry James
Fly fishing may be a very pleasant amusement; but angling or Float fishing I can only compare to a stick and a string, with a worm at one end and a fool at the other.samuel johnson
Life is also busy transporting and overturning the soils of earth, the stones, and the minerals. The miles-long drifts of sea kelp that Float along our coasts may carry hundreds of tons of volcanic boulders held in their roots. I have followed these streams of life over 300 km, and seen them strand on granite beaches, throwing their boulders up on a 9,000 year old pile of basalt, all the hundreds of tons of which were carried there by kelp.bill mollison
Cease, cease, wayward Mortal! I dare not unveil The shadows that Float o’er Eternity’s vale; Nought waits for the good but a spirit of Love, That will hail their blest advent to regions above. For Love, Mortal, gleams through the gloom of my sway, And the shades which surround me fly fast at its ray.Percy Bysshe Shelley
In the study of ideas , it is necessary to remember that insistence on hard-headed clarity issues from sentimental feeling , as if it were a mist, cloaking the perplexities of fact . Insistence on clarity at all costs is based on sheer superstition as to the mode in which human intelligence functions. Our reasoning grasps at straws for premises and Float on gossamer for deductions.Alfred North Whitehead
Up in the heights of the evening skies I see my City of Cities Float In sunset's golden and crimson dyes: I look and a great joy clutches my throat! Plateau of roofs by canyons crossed: windows by thousands fire-furled O gazing, how the heart is lost in the Deepest City in the World.
Style is the gossamer on which the seeds of truth Float through the world.
I seemed to Float not into clearness, but into a darker obscure, and within a minute there had come to me out of my very pity the appalling alarm of his being perhaps innocent. It was for the instant confounding and bottomless, for if he were innocent, what then on earth was I ?
The larch ... is not only preserved from decay and the worm by the great bitterness of its sap, but also it cannot be kindled with fire nor ignite of itself, unless like stone in a limekiln it is burned with other wood. ...This is because there is a very small proportion of the elements of fire and air in its composition, which is a dense and solid mass of moisture and the earthy, so that it has no open pores through which fire can find its way... Further, its weight will not let it Float in water.