Quote Challenge – Day 2

I have been nominated by Phoebe of Musings of a Puppydoc to this challenge.

These are my quotes for Day 2, inspired by Science Fiction

Arthur C Clarke Quote

Amie Kaufman Quote

Clifford Simak Quote

The Rules of the Quote Challenge are:

1-Post on three consecutive days.
2-You can pick one or three quotes per day.
3-Ask three different bloggers per day if they wish to participate. *

*Not being a big one on challenging people I changed rule 3, the original rule read: 3-Challenge three different bloggers per day

I am asking these 3 bloggers (who were at the top of my Reader list today) if they wish to participate, and I won’t be offended if they choose not to.

Brian at Bonnywood Manor

Sue @ snaphappi

Jesska at not throwing stones

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4 thoughts on “Quote Challenge – Day 2

    • Claudette 24/01/2016 / 9:27 am

      Yes, me too, and at the heart of it I think that is why we fear death, the losing of the loved one, they the leaving of the loved one. I also realised whilst I was matching them to my photos that they all reference death, some obliquely, some more directly.

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      • Osyth 24/01/2016 / 9:41 am

        Interesting. The common reference. I think it is about where we are in the moment. For example I’m brittle at the moment – very much back in my past and not necessarily comfortably. Guiltily probably so I have Plath on my mind. And am playing Dylan’s most angry tracks. For example. Another day I might be in a ffield of daffodils with Wordsworth and playing The Soup Dragons. It depends on what my subconscious is throwing up – and it is like vomit in my case 🙂

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        • Claudette 24/01/2016 / 6:36 pm

          Sorry to hear your brittle, know what that can be like. I hope the Universe sends you soft reassurances to ease you, and your subconscious gets it’s digestive issues sorted out soonest. HUGS.

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