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Neil Richard MacKinnon Gaiman (born Neil Richard Gaiman, 10 November 1960) is an English author of short fiction, novels, comic books, graphic novels, nonfiction, audio theatre, and films. His works include the comic book series The Sandman and novels Stardust, American Gods, Coraline, and The Graveyard Book. He has won numerous awards, including the Hugo, Nebula, and Bram Stoker awards, as well as the Newbery and Carnegie medals. He is the first author to win both the Newbery and the Carnegie medals for the same work, The Graveyard Book (2008). In 2013, The Ocean at the End of the Lane was voted Book of the Year in the British National Book Awards.
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1:Make your mistakes, next year and forever. ~ Neil Gaiman,
2:If you're making mistakes it means you're out there doing something." ~ Neil Gaiman,
3:I think hell is something you carry around with you. Not somewhere you go. ~ Neil Gaiman,
4:We are always living in the final days. What have you got? A hundred years or much, much less until the end of your world. ~ Neil Gaiman,
5:Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten. ~ Neil Gaiman,
6:The moments of déjà vu were coming more frequently, now. Moments would stutter and hiccup and falter and repeat. Sometimes whole mornings would repeat. Once I lost a day. Time seemed to be breaking down entirely.
   ~ Neil Gaiman, Fragile Things: Short Fictions and Wonders,
7:May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness. I hope you read some fine books and kiss someone who thinks you're wonderful, and don't forget to make some art ~ write or draw or build or sing or live as only you can. And I hope, somewhere in the next year, you surprise yourself. ~ Neil Gaiman,
8:May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness. I hope you read some fine books and kiss someone who thinks you're wonderful, and don't forget to make some art - write or draw or build or sing or live as only you can. And I hope, somewhere in the next year, you surprise yourself.
   ~ Neil Gaiman,
9:All we have to believe with is our senses, the tools we use to perceive the world: our sight, our touch, our memory. If they lie to us, then nothing can be trusted. And even if we do not believe, then still we cannot travel in any other way than the road our senses show us; and we must walk that road to the end. ~ Neil Gaiman in American Gods,
10:There's never been a true war that wasn't fought between two sets of people who were certain they were in the right. The really dangerous people believe they are doing whatever they are doing solely and only because it is without question the right thing to do. And that is what makes them dangerous. ~ Mr. Wednesday in American Gods by Neil Gaiman,
11:I know how Gods begin, Roger. We start as Dreams. Then we walk out of Dreams into the Land. We are worshiped and loved, and take power to ourselves.
And then, one day, there's no one left to worship us.
And in the end, each little God and Goddess takes its last journey back into Dreams... and what comes after, not even WE know.
I'm going to dance now, I'm afraid.
   ~ Neil Gaiman,
12:I had forgotten what fiction was to me as a boy, forgotten what it was like in the library: fiction was an escape from the intolerable, a doorway into impossibly hospitable worlds where things had rules and could be understood; stories had been a way of learning about life without experiencing it, or perhaps of experiencing it as an eighteenth-century poisoner dealt with poisons, taking them in tiny doses, such that the poisoner could cope with ingesting things that would kill someone who was not inured to them. Sometimes fiction is a way of coping with the poison of the world in a way that lets us survive it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
13:Inside the temple Richard found a life waiting for him, all ready to be worn and lived, and inside that life, another. Each life he tried on, he slipped into and it pulled him farther in, farther away from the world he came from; one by one, existence following existence, rivers of dreams and fields of stars, a hawk with a sparrow clutched in its talons flies low above the grass, and here are tiny intricate people waiting for him to fill their heads with life, and thousands of years pass and he is engaged in strange work of great importance and sharp beauty, and he is loved, and he is honored, and then a pull, a sharp tug, and it's... ~ Neil Gaiman,
14:Have you ever been in love? Horrible isn't it? It makes you so vulnerable. It opens your chest and it opens up your heart and it means that someone can get inside you and mess you up. You build up all these defenses, you build up a whole suit of armor, so that nothing can hurt you, then one stupid person, no different from any other stupid person, wanders into your stupid life...You give them a piece of you. They didn't ask for it. They did something dumb one day, like kiss you or smile at you, and then your life isn't your own anymore. Love takes hostages. It gets inside you. It eats you out and leaves you crying in the darkness, so simple a phrase like 'maybe we should be just friends' turns into a glass splinter working its way into your heart. It hurts. Not just in the imagination. Not just in the mind. It's a soul-hurt, a real gets-inside-you-and-rips-you-apart pain. I hate love. ~ Neil Gaiman,

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1:Fuck, I won a Hugo. ~ Neil Gaiman,
2:Ragnarok is coming. ~ Neil Gaiman,
3:Love takes hostages. ~ Neil Gaiman,
4:Angry gets shit done. ~ Neil Gaiman,
5:STILL WATER RUNS DEEP ~ Neil Gaiman,
6:Stuff & silliness ~ Neil Gaiman,
7:was convinced that he ~ Neil Gaiman,
8:Whither thou goest... ~ Neil Gaiman,
9:And so there is magic. ~ Neil Gaiman,
10:Dreams shape the world ~ Neil Gaiman,
11:Leave no path untaken. ~ Neil Gaiman,
12:My hound hath no nose. ~ Neil Gaiman,
13:Goodbyes are overrated. ~ Neil Gaiman,
14:I was their first book. ~ Neil Gaiman,
15:Only the Gods are real. ~ Neil Gaiman,
16:…and then what happened? ~ Neil Gaiman,
17:Names come and names go. ~ Neil Gaiman,
18:All tomorrows start here. ~ Neil Gaiman,
19:And the game begins anew. ~ Neil Gaiman,
20:Go get your heart broken. ~ Neil Gaiman,
21:I liked bats, always had, ~ Neil Gaiman,
22:Thank you,” said the dog. ~ Neil Gaiman,
23:YOUR LUCKY COLOR IS DEAD. ~ Neil Gaiman,
24:Libraries are our friends. ~ Neil Gaiman,
25:She was far from gruntled. ~ Neil Gaiman,
26:I am as my creator made me. ~ Neil Gaiman,
27:You can't make me love you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
28:All bookshelves are magical. ~ Neil Gaiman,
29:Too soon, the sun will rise. ~ Neil Gaiman,
30:Be wise. Be brave. Be tricky. ~ Neil Gaiman,
31:Black as night, sweet as sin. ~ Neil Gaiman,
32:Bod was obedient but curious. ~ Neil Gaiman,
33:Death is the great democracy. ~ Neil Gaiman,
34:It felt like a small forever. ~ Neil Gaiman,
35:I would read. I would explore ~ Neil Gaiman,
36:Motto: LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON. ~ Neil Gaiman,
37:Nobody's seen Jesus in years. ~ Neil Gaiman,
38:out of nowhere, into the here ~ Neil Gaiman,
39:pulling an uncooperative goat ~ Neil Gaiman,
40:Rebirth always follows death. ~ Neil Gaiman,
41:Saint-Saëns’s “Danse Macabre. ~ Neil Gaiman,
42:The dead should have charity. ~ Neil Gaiman,
43:What do stars do? They shine. ~ Neil Gaiman,
44:All your tomorrows start here. ~ Neil Gaiman,
45:I learned to write by writing. ~ Neil Gaiman,
46:I will not be my father's dog. ~ Neil Gaiman,
47:Omnia mutantur, nihil interit. ~ Neil Gaiman,
48:I loved to love what she loved. ~ Neil Gaiman,
49:The dread had not left my soul. ~ Neil Gaiman,
50:Watch where you put your words. ~ Neil Gaiman,
51:Words save our lives, sometimes ~ Neil Gaiman,
52:Darling? This is Ursula Monkton, ~ Neil Gaiman,
53:death by little death, he ceased ~ Neil Gaiman,
54:EVERY ENDING IS A NEW BEGINNING. ~ Neil Gaiman,
55:I'm an explorer," said Coraline. ~ Neil Gaiman,
56:Remember- their minds are chaos. ~ Neil Gaiman,
57:Words save our lives, sometimes. ~ Neil Gaiman,
58:A man's fortune is his own affair ~ Neil Gaiman,
59:As I live, breathe, and defecate! ~ Neil Gaiman,
60:Each person is a strand of story. ~ Neil Gaiman,
61:Even nothing cannot last forever. ~ Neil Gaiman,
62:Everything that is,casts a shadow ~ Neil Gaiman,
63:He was me, yes. But I am not him. ~ Neil Gaiman,
64:I like things to be story-shaped. ~ Neil Gaiman,
65:just put the fear of God in them. ~ Neil Gaiman,
66:Seek not revenge, but the Buddha. ~ Neil Gaiman,
67:Suffering is sometimes cleansing, ~ Neil Gaiman,
68:Teach me to hear mermaids singing ~ Neil Gaiman,
69:I cried until I was all cried out. ~ Neil Gaiman,
70:I'm a fairly undisciplined writer. ~ Neil Gaiman,
71:Let's start a new tomorrow, today. ~ Neil Gaiman,
72:That’s what I said,” said the cat. ~ Neil Gaiman,
73:A book is a little empathy machine. ~ Neil Gaiman,
74:Damn, you look good,” said Jacquel. ~ Neil Gaiman,
75:Everything that is, casts a shadow. ~ Neil Gaiman,
76:Everything was new once, after all. ~ Neil Gaiman,
77:Friday's a free day. A woman's day. ~ Neil Gaiman,
78:I’m dead. I’ve missed you. Kiss … ? ~ Neil Gaiman,
79:May your choices always be so clear ~ Neil Gaiman,
80:Truly life is wasted on the living. ~ Neil Gaiman,
81:Trust your heart, trust your story. ~ Neil Gaiman,
82:Without stories, we are incomplete. ~ Neil Gaiman,
83:As we write we summon little demons. ~ Neil Gaiman,
84:If there’s a heaven, it’s a library. ~ Neil Gaiman,
85:Inevitabilmente trattenuti dal mondo ~ Neil Gaiman,
86:Of course,’ said Tristran, politely. ~ Neil Gaiman,
87:So many things to see, people to do. ~ Neil Gaiman,
88:The black cat began to wash its face ~ Neil Gaiman,
89:Time is fluid here', said the Demon. ~ Neil Gaiman,
90:Dreams are hopes, and echoes of hope. ~ Neil Gaiman,
91:Enjoy the things that never happened. ~ Neil Gaiman,
92:enter the world of things as they are ~ Neil Gaiman,
93:Fear is contagious. You can catch it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
94:George R.R. Martin is not your bitch. ~ Neil Gaiman,
95:Hell is something you carry with you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
96:I make things up and write them down. ~ Neil Gaiman,
97:Make glorious and fantastic mistakes. ~ Neil Gaiman,
98:Old Mrs. Hempstock sniffed. “You’re a ~ Neil Gaiman,
99:That Hieronymus Bosch. What a weirdo. ~ Neil Gaiman,
100:Words can wound, and wounds can heal. ~ Neil Gaiman,
101:You got a lifetime. No more. No less. ~ Neil Gaiman,
102:You're sick. Sick and evil and weird. ~ Neil Gaiman,
103:Adults follow paths. Children explore. ~ Neil Gaiman,
104:Also, I've already won all the awards. ~ Neil Gaiman,
105:Every hour wounds. The last one kills. ~ Neil Gaiman,
106:I’d watch out for doors if I were you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
107:Read it first, then tell me it’s cool. ~ Neil Gaiman,
108:Sometimes there is nothing you can do. ~ Neil Gaiman,
109:The moonlight was enough. It would do. ~ Neil Gaiman,
110:The world is always ending for someone ~ Neil Gaiman,
111:Without our stories we are incomplete. ~ Neil Gaiman,
112:...but fear of death gives us strength. ~ Neil Gaiman,
113:Firstly, there no such person as Death. ~ Neil Gaiman,
114:Load of old tosh,” said Peter, crossly. ~ Neil Gaiman,
115:Mostly you are what they think you are. ~ Neil Gaiman,
116:Most people do not notice other people. ~ Neil Gaiman,
117:No es justo ni injusto. Simplemente es. ~ Neil Gaiman,
118:Omnia mutantur, nos et mutamur in illis ~ Neil Gaiman,
119:Richard asked Hunter. The three of them ~ Neil Gaiman,
120:The world is always ending for someone. ~ Neil Gaiman,
121:Todas las horas hieren. La última mata. ~ Neil Gaiman,
122:Today's future is tomorrow's yesterday. ~ Neil Gaiman,
123:When things get tough... Make good art. ~ Neil Gaiman,
124:Where does contagion end and art begin? ~ Neil Gaiman,
125:Without our stories, we are incomplete. ~ Neil Gaiman,
126:A book is a dream you hold in your hand. ~ Neil Gaiman,
127:A book is a dream you hold in your hands ~ Neil Gaiman,
128:A page turns. Destiny continues to walk. ~ Neil Gaiman,
129:But I thank Providence that I came here. ~ Neil Gaiman,
130:I ate pasties in the Upper Peninsula and ~ Neil Gaiman,
131:Identity can be so gelatinous sometimes. ~ Neil Gaiman,
132:If you are to survive, you must believe. ~ Neil Gaiman,
133:I made friends slowly, when I made them. ~ Neil Gaiman,
134:In ten years time I’ll be… (dead) sixty. ~ Neil Gaiman,
135:I think of myself as a very lazy author. ~ Neil Gaiman,
136:Kai beždžionė šypsosi, tatai grąsinimas. ~ Neil Gaiman,
137:Not gay, just never met the right woman. ~ Neil Gaiman,
138:Of course it was Loki. It's always Loki. ~ Neil Gaiman,
139:People only fight over imaginary things. ~ Neil Gaiman,
140:Ride the silver fish; you will not drown ~ Neil Gaiman,
141:Take what you have learned, and move on. ~ Neil Gaiman,
142:The world is always ending, for someone. ~ Neil Gaiman,
143:We owe it to each other to tell stories. ~ Neil Gaiman,
144:We’re like the wind. We blows both ways. ~ Neil Gaiman,
145:We save our lives in such unlikely ways. ~ Neil Gaiman,
146:Whenever it rains you will think of her. ~ Neil Gaiman,
147:You don't have to stay anywhere forever. ~ Neil Gaiman,
148:You don't pass or fail at being a person ~ Neil Gaiman,
149:You shine like a beacon in a dark world, ~ Neil Gaiman,
150:You shine like a beacon in a dark world. ~ Neil Gaiman,
151:A book is a dream you hold in your hands. ~ Neil Gaiman,
152:A flash of teeth in a hatchet-blade face. ~ Neil Gaiman,
153:And he showed Shadow how to do the thing. ~ Neil Gaiman,
154:And sometimes when you fall... you fly... ~ Neil Gaiman,
155:Chicago happened slowly, like a migraine. ~ Neil Gaiman,
156:¿Es que no oye los latidos de mi corazón? ~ Neil Gaiman,
157:He fell for a hundred years into darkness ~ Neil Gaiman,
158:He smelled like the underneath of things. ~ Neil Gaiman,
159:it was sucking fall to the ground, and it ~ Neil Gaiman,
160:Las palabras nos salvan la vida, a veces. ~ Neil Gaiman,
161:Rigged games are the easiest ones to beat ~ Neil Gaiman,
162:...There is no such thing as grown ups... ~ Neil Gaiman,
163:Whenever it rains, you will think of her. ~ Neil Gaiman,
164:Without dreams there could be no despair. ~ Neil Gaiman,
165:You dumped me, and I don’t exist anymore. ~ Neil Gaiman,
166:You were very good,” said the little dog. ~ Neil Gaiman,
167:All fire burns, little baby. You’ll learn. ~ Neil Gaiman,
168:and she looked both solemn and vulnerable. ~ Neil Gaiman,
169:Books were safer than other people anyway. ~ Neil Gaiman,
170:I’m just a soul whose intentions are good, ~ Neil Gaiman,
171:Life as a commodity, people as possessions ~ Neil Gaiman,
172:Make your mistakes, next year and forever. ~ Neil Gaiman,
173:Nothing, like something, happens anywhere. ~ Neil Gaiman,
174:Party name of Thorn? Tristran of that set? ~ Neil Gaiman,
175:somewhere in the night someone was writing ~ Neil Gaiman,
176:The only water in the forest is the River. ~ Neil Gaiman,
177:The quickest way is sometimes the longest. ~ Neil Gaiman,
178:The universe is amply supplied with night. ~ Neil Gaiman,
179:Two very scared white mice, holding hands. ~ Neil Gaiman,
180:We are all improved by the glow of memory. ~ Neil Gaiman,
181:What good is a vocabulary that isn't used? ~ Neil Gaiman,
182:Without dreams, there could be no despair. ~ Neil Gaiman,
183:Writers live in houses other people built. ~ Neil Gaiman,
184:You lie in the way that some folk breathe. ~ Neil Gaiman,
185:Adultos seguem caminhos. Crianças exploram. ~ Neil Gaiman,
186:Being brave doesn't mean you're not scared. ~ Neil Gaiman,
187:But time heals. Or at least it forms scabs. ~ Neil Gaiman,
188:Hell is empty, and all the devils are here. ~ Neil Gaiman,
189:I am amiable. Vague. Puzzled. Messy-haired. ~ Neil Gaiman,
190:I do not threaten, I merely advise caution. ~ Neil Gaiman,
191:If you will not kiss me, will you marry me? ~ Neil Gaiman,
192:I like stories where women save themselves. ~ Neil Gaiman,
193:I love stories where women save themselves. ~ Neil Gaiman,
194:It always ends. That's what gives it value. ~ Neil Gaiman,
195:It's easier to say true things in the dark. ~ Neil Gaiman,
196:It's there to be admired. It's there to be. ~ Neil Gaiman,
197:People are dreams and awkwardness and gawk. ~ Neil Gaiman,
198:She was the storm, she was the lightning... ~ Neil Gaiman,
199:Silver chains come in all shapes and sizes. ~ Neil Gaiman,
200:Sunku rasti ką nuogesni už perskrostą kūną, ~ Neil Gaiman,
201:Wherever you go, you take yourself wih you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
202:You are almost never cool to your children. ~ Neil Gaiman,
203:A book is a dream that you hold in your hand ~ Neil Gaiman,
204:Everybody has a secret world inside of them. ~ Neil Gaiman,
205:I am only alive when I perceive a challenge. ~ Neil Gaiman,
206:I fell for her like a suicide from a bridge. ~ Neil Gaiman,
207:It is as natural to die as it is to be born. ~ Neil Gaiman,
208:Laura loved people to taste what she tasted. ~ Neil Gaiman,
209:Many a horse had fallen at the final hurdle. ~ Neil Gaiman,
210:Promise them anything, but do what you will. ~ Neil Gaiman,
211:Rule number one: Don't fuck with librarians. ~ Neil Gaiman,
212:Silas came back at the the end of the month. ~ Neil Gaiman,
213:Somewhere in the night, someone was writing. ~ Neil Gaiman,
214:Wherever you go, you take yourself with you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
215:Who the fuck's Herodotus?" Asked the Iceman. ~ Neil Gaiman,
216:A book is a dream that you hold in your hand. ~ Neil Gaiman,
217:A book is a dream that you hold in your hands ~ Neil Gaiman,
218:ANANSI BOYS. Copyright © 2005 by Neil Gaiman. ~ Neil Gaiman,
219:Books were safer than other people anyway. My ~ Neil Gaiman,
220:I am the Dream of Cats, and I walk by myself. ~ Neil Gaiman,
221:I'm not much of a challenge here in the dark. ~ Neil Gaiman,
222:In this sorry world, the symbol is the thing. ~ Neil Gaiman,
223:It begins, as most things begin, with a song. ~ Neil Gaiman,
224:Libraries really are the gates to the future. ~ Neil Gaiman,
225:Life is a rock, but the radio rolled me over. ~ Neil Gaiman,
226:Mirrors,' she said, 'are never to be trusted. ~ Neil Gaiman,
227:On the whole, stories don't write themselves. ~ Neil Gaiman,
228:seldom do those who are silent make mistakes. ~ Neil Gaiman,
229:The stuff you bring back from dreams is free. ~ Neil Gaiman,
230:Things like that, they're too vicious to die. ~ Neil Gaiman,
231:We are writing the future in Letters of Fire. ~ Neil Gaiman,
232:Whatever it is you're scared of doing, Do it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
233:You want to know the future, love? Then wait: ~ Neil Gaiman,
234:A book is a dream that you hold in your hands. ~ Neil Gaiman,
235:All we have to believe with is our senses: the ~ Neil Gaiman,
236:But hope, like heroes, can prove hard to kill. ~ Neil Gaiman,
237:Daddy", she said, "you've made a recipe again. ~ Neil Gaiman,
238:Do not take revenge in the heat of the moment. ~ Neil Gaiman,
239:Have you ever been in love? Horrible isn’t it? ~ Neil Gaiman,
240:He’d argue with rocks and the rocks would win. ~ Neil Gaiman,
241:I don't know. I had to be something, didn't I? ~ Neil Gaiman,
242:If you can fake sincerity, you’ve got it made. ~ Neil Gaiman,
243:if you can fake sincerity, you've got it made. ~ Neil Gaiman,
244:I make them up,' I tell them. 'Out of my head. ~ Neil Gaiman,
245:It is your differences that make you glorious. ~ Neil Gaiman,
246:It's easier to believe in aliens than in gods. ~ Neil Gaiman,
247:It’s easier to believe in aliens than in gods, ~ Neil Gaiman,
248:Never mind. There. For good or bad. It's done. ~ Neil Gaiman,
249:They always scream when the eyeballs fall out. ~ Neil Gaiman,
250:You cannot hear a poem without it changing you ~ Neil Gaiman,
251:You don't pass or fail at being a human, dear. ~ Neil Gaiman,
252:You don’t pass or fail at being a human, dear. ~ Neil Gaiman,
253:You hurt. It's okay. I hurt too. Hold my hand. ~ Neil Gaiman,
254:Colors seemed brighter because Becky was there. ~ Neil Gaiman,
255:Do not lose hope - what you seek will be found. ~ Neil Gaiman,
256:Even the oldest stories are new to somebody ... ~ Neil Gaiman,
257:If you change the world, the world will change. ~ Neil Gaiman,
258:Loki makes the world interesting but less safe. ~ Neil Gaiman,
259:Power came from the rituals, not from the gods. ~ Neil Gaiman,
260:The advice of poets is the cordiality of kings. ~ Neil Gaiman,
261:Tools, of course, can be the subtlest of traps. ~ Neil Gaiman,
262:We often confuse what we wish for with what is. ~ Neil Gaiman,
263:You don't pass or fail at being a person, dear. ~ Neil Gaiman,
264:You don’t pass or fail at being a person, dear. ~ Neil Gaiman,
265:You get what anybody gets - you get a lifetime. ~ Neil Gaiman,
266:Call no man happy, said Shadow, until he is dead ~ Neil Gaiman,
267:He dreamed of ghosts, and of the moon and stars. ~ Neil Gaiman,
268:I started writing when I was about 20, 21 maybe. ~ Neil Gaiman,
269:It adds a little wonder and beauty to the world. ~ Neil Gaiman,
270:Suffering is sometimes cleansing,” said the man. ~ Neil Gaiman,
271:Whatever is happening, it can all be sorted out. ~ Neil Gaiman,
272:You do not pass or fail at being a person, dear. ~ Neil Gaiman,
273:A life that is, like any other, unlike any other. ~ Neil Gaiman,
274:Any view of things that is not strange, is false. ~ Neil Gaiman,
275:Books are real places, make no mistake about that ~ Neil Gaiman,
276:Even the proudest spirit can be broken with love. ~ Neil Gaiman,
277:He was the boy with the book. Always and forever. ~ Neil Gaiman,
278:I lived in books more than I lived anywhere else. ~ Neil Gaiman,
279:It was crooked. But it was the only game in town. ~ Neil Gaiman,
280:I was not so old that I would deny my own senses. ~ Neil Gaiman,
281:People are icebergs. So much of us is underneath. ~ Neil Gaiman,
282:Start telling the stories that only you can tell. ~ Neil Gaiman,
283:...watching the bizarre bazaar unfold around him. ~ Neil Gaiman,
284:You just have to grow up and try and be worth it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
285:You know you can set fire to the capacity to say. ~ Neil Gaiman,
286:By the windmills of Babyland he sat down and wept. ~ Neil Gaiman,
287:Cats don’t have shoulders, not like people do. But ~ Neil Gaiman,
288:Destiny smells of dust and the libraries of night. ~ Neil Gaiman,
289:Es fácil. Tiene su truco. O lo haces, o te mueres. ~ Neil Gaiman,
290:Every hour wounds. The last one kills. —OLD SAYING ~ Neil Gaiman,
291:If looks could kill Newt would have been on a slab ~ Neil Gaiman,
292:I missed her, deeply, painfully. But life goes on. ~ Neil Gaiman,
293:I really like being able to laugh at my own jokes. ~ Neil Gaiman,
294:I was not scared of anything, when I read my book. ~ Neil Gaiman,
295:I will be brave, thought Coraline. No, I am brave. ~ Neil Gaiman,
296:Life is a disease, sexually transmitted and fatal. ~ Neil Gaiman,
297:Never trust the storyteller. Only trust the story. ~ Neil Gaiman,
298:Partly because I get such astonishingly nice fans. ~ Neil Gaiman,
299:She did not care. What are knife-cuts to a corpse? ~ Neil Gaiman,
300:Then the lights went out, and Shadow saw the gods. ~ Neil Gaiman,
301:The world seemed to shimmer a little at the edges. ~ Neil Gaiman,
302:You are an analog girl, living in a digital world. ~ Neil Gaiman,
303:You don’t pass or fail at being a person, dear.’ I ~ Neil Gaiman,
304:You never forget. It must be somewhere inside you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
305:Alas, respect for the truth compels perfect honesty ~ Neil Gaiman,
306:Call no man happy,’ said Shadow, ‘until he is dead. ~ Neil Gaiman,
307:Call no man happy,” said Shadow, “until he is dead. ~ Neil Gaiman,
308:Does it make you feel big to make a little boy cry? ~ Neil Gaiman,
309:Don't start anything you're not prepared to finish. ~ Neil Gaiman,
310:Fiction is the lie that tells the truth, after all. ~ Neil Gaiman,
311:forgetfulness can sometimes bring freedom of a sort ~ Neil Gaiman,
312:I believe that mankind's destiny lies in the stars. ~ Neil Gaiman,
313:I believe that mankind’s destiny lies in the stars. ~ Neil Gaiman,
314:If the wolves come out of the walls, it's all over. ~ Neil Gaiman,
315:If you want Neil Gaiman I could draw you a map. ~ Chuck Palahniuk,
316:I'm never quite sure if I'm me when I'm dressed up. ~ Neil Gaiman,
317:I was, and still am, on the side of books you love. ~ Neil Gaiman,
318:I wish I could purr, too. I would have purred then. ~ Neil Gaiman,
319:Nearly only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades. ~ Neil Gaiman,
320:People named Tinkerbell name their daughters Susan. ~ Neil Gaiman,
321:There's none so blind as those who will not listen. ~ Neil Gaiman,
322:Vivía en los libros más que en cualquier otra parte ~ Neil Gaiman,
323:You look divine.” “How the hell else should I look? ~ Neil Gaiman,
324:You save a man’s life, you’re responsible for him’? ~ Neil Gaiman,
325:All is well, and all is well, and all shall be well. ~ Neil Gaiman,
326:Books are really places, make no mistake about that. ~ Neil Gaiman,
327:Can't make an omelette without killing a few people. ~ Neil Gaiman,
328:Can’t make an omelette without killing a few people. ~ Neil Gaiman,
329:Creo en un universo vacío y sin dios de caos causal, ~ Neil Gaiman,
330:Every hour wounds. The last one kills.’ – Old saying ~ Neil Gaiman,
331:Every hour wounds. The last one kills. —OLD SAYING T ~ Neil Gaiman,
332:If he didn't care about you, you couldn't upset him. ~ Neil Gaiman,
333:If I could talk about it, I would not have to do it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
334:If you don't know it's impossible it's easier to do. ~ Neil Gaiman,
335:I know it's crooked. But it's the only game in town. ~ Neil Gaiman,
336:I know it’s crooked. But it’s the only game in town. ~ Neil Gaiman,
337:I know it's crooked, but it's the only game in town. ~ Neil Gaiman,
338:I love you is a good thing to say if you can mean it ~ Neil Gaiman,
339:I was not scared of anything, when I read my book... ~ Neil Gaiman,
340:Life and death are different sides of the same coin. ~ Neil Gaiman,
341:Loki makes the world more interesting but less safe. ~ Neil Gaiman,
342:Mas se o pesadelo morresse, o sonho morreria também. ~ Neil Gaiman,
343:My first piece of advice is this: Ignore all advice. ~ Neil Gaiman,
344:Nearly' only counts in horseshoes and hand-grenades. ~ Neil Gaiman,
345:Perfection is like chasing the horizon. Keep moving. ~ Neil Gaiman,
346:Real life is rubbish at staying in genre boundaries. ~ Neil Gaiman,
347:That's how I want to be remembered. I want to shine. ~ Neil Gaiman,
348:This book is the book you have just read. It’s done. ~ Neil Gaiman,
349:Death is never banished, it merely travels elsewhere. ~ Neil Gaiman,
350:Freedom of speech gives you the right to stay silent. ~ Neil Gaiman,
351:he said nothing. It seemed the smartest thing to say. ~ Neil Gaiman,
352:How could you not like someone who laughed like that? ~ Neil Gaiman,
353:If you don't know it's impossible, it's easier to do. ~ Neil Gaiman,
354:I heard we see the world not as it is, but as we are. ~ Neil Gaiman,
355:I lived in books more than I lived anywhere else. Our ~ Neil Gaiman,
356:It's all about the dominant fucking paradigm, Shadow. ~ Neil Gaiman,
357:NEIL GAIMAN near Kinsale, County Cork 15 January 2001 ~ Neil Gaiman,
358:Oh, monsters are scared. That's why they're monsters. ~ Neil Gaiman,
359:Pain hurts, just as greed intoxicates and lust burns. ~ Neil Gaiman,
360:Scared my grandmother so much she nearly had kittens. ~ Neil Gaiman,
361:Silas consumed only one food, and it was not bananas. ~ Neil Gaiman,
362:The lower you start, the more opportunities you have. ~ Neil Gaiman,
363:they were both men, or at least men-shaped creatures, ~ Neil Gaiman,
364:time was an idea for which he no longer had any need. ~ Neil Gaiman,
365:Trust dreams. Trust your heart, and trust your story. ~ Neil Gaiman,
366:When I was a child, I pestered my elders for stories. ~ Neil Gaiman,
367:You have to believe. Otherwise, it will never happen. ~ Neil Gaiman,
368:And books are real places, make no mistake about that. ~ Neil Gaiman,
369:Destiny smells of dust and the libraries of the night. ~ Neil Gaiman,
370:If Hell is other people... then Purgatory is airports. ~ Neil Gaiman,
371:I think that's a fair and judicious summary of events. ~ Neil Gaiman,
372:It's Coraline, not Caroline. Coraline.' said Coraline. ~ Neil Gaiman,
373:It won’t last forever,” said Wednesday. “Nothing does. ~ Neil Gaiman,
374:LARRY NIVEN is best known as a science-fiction writer. ~ Neil Gaiman,
375:MY JUVENILE DELINQUENT IS SCREWING YOUR HONOR STUDENT. ~ Neil Gaiman,
376:Squamous. He did not need to look it up. He knew. They ~ Neil Gaiman,
377:There was a hand in the darkness, and it held a knife. ~ Neil Gaiman,
378:To be a good writer... read a lot and write every day. ~ Neil Gaiman,
379:You are an immaterial girl living in a material world. ~ Neil Gaiman,
380:A life, which is, like any other, unlike any other. And ~ Neil Gaiman,
381:And what’s a stranger but a friend you haven’t met yet? ~ Neil Gaiman,
382:...he realized how much he wanted to take her pain away ~ Neil Gaiman,
383:I believe in absolute honesty and sensible social lies. ~ Neil Gaiman,
384:I feel like I'm in a world with its own sense of logic. ~ Neil Gaiman,
385:It's easy, there's a trick to it, you do it or you die. ~ Neil Gaiman,
386:It’s easy, there’s a trick to it, you do it or you die. ~ Neil Gaiman,
387:I was a book-y child. I was much more book-y than dark. ~ Neil Gaiman,
388:I wasn’t sure what to say. Shall I tell her you’re out? ~ Neil Gaiman,
389:Loki makes the world more interesting but less safe. He ~ Neil Gaiman,
390:Parameters are the things you bounce off to create art. ~ Neil Gaiman,
391:People tend to find books when they are ready for them. ~ Neil Gaiman,
392:There is an enormous tentacle somewhere in these pages. ~ Neil Gaiman,
393:Writers are liars my dear, surely you know that by now? ~ Neil Gaiman,
394:Yes. Growing up is highly overrated. Just be an author. ~ Neil Gaiman,
395:You’re slow,” said Loki, “but you get there in the end. ~ Neil Gaiman,
396:All monsters are scared.
That's why they're monsters. ~ Neil Gaiman,
397:A man who knows that time and the train wait for no man. ~ Neil Gaiman,
398:Children's fiction is the most important fiction of all. ~ Neil Gaiman,
399:"Death's a capricious thing, innit?" "Yes. Yes, she is." ~ Neil Gaiman,
400:Everybody going to be dead one day, just give them time. ~ Neil Gaiman,
401:Hey, that's life, flick it off if you can't take a joke. ~ Neil Gaiman,
402:If you're not dead yet, you've got troubles fo your own. ~ Neil Gaiman,
403:I liked that. Books were safer than other people anyway. ~ Neil Gaiman,
404:I may be dead but I’m a dead witch. And we don’t forget. ~ Neil Gaiman,
405:It's easy, there's a trick to it. You do it, or you die. ~ Neil Gaiman,
406:I've lived in books more than I've lived nay where else. ~ Neil Gaiman,
407:Once you've been around for a bit you get to know stuff. ~ Neil Gaiman,
408:That was the April my father learned not to trust ducks. ~ Neil Gaiman,
409:When you are scared, but you do it anyway, that's brave. ~ Neil Gaiman,
410:Being a grown up is highly over rated. Just be an author. ~ Neil Gaiman,
411:But. My hammer," said Thor.
"Shut up, Thor," said Loki ~ Neil Gaiman,
412:Death's a capricious thing, innit?"
"Yes. Yes, she is. ~ Neil Gaiman,
413:For these things have their rules. All things have rules. ~ Neil Gaiman,
414:He is holding a book.
Inside the book is the Universe. ~ Neil Gaiman,
415:....he said nothing. It seemed the smartest thing to say. ~ Neil Gaiman,
416:I'm fine,' lied Richard bravely, to no one in particular. ~ Neil Gaiman,
417:I saw a program. It had David Attenborough, so it’s true. ~ Neil Gaiman,
418:It is neither fair nor unfair, Nobody Owens. It simply is ~ Neil Gaiman,
419:Listen: to be eccentric, you must first know your circle. ~ Neil Gaiman,
420:Pain shared, my brother, is pain not doubled, but halved. ~ Neil Gaiman,
421:Style is made up of whatever an author can't avoid doing. ~ Neil Gaiman,
422:There was something empty at the bottom of all her words. ~ Neil Gaiman,
423:you can’t mend an omelette without unbreaking a few eggs. ~ Neil Gaiman,
424:After four days of flight, she had found a hiding place... ~ Neil Gaiman,
425:Fiction is a lie that tells us true things, over and over. ~ Neil Gaiman,
426:I believe that ideas do not have to be correct to exist. I ~ Neil Gaiman,
427:It is neither fair nor unfair, Nobody Owens. It simply is. ~ Neil Gaiman,
428:It's too late for sorries, but I appreciate the sentiment. ~ Neil Gaiman,
429:Kurgu, bize tekrar tekrar doğruları söyleyen bir yalandır. ~ Neil Gaiman,
430:Livros era mais confiáveis que pessoas, de qualquer forma. ~ Neil Gaiman,
431:Livros eram mais confiáveis que pessoas, de qualquer forma ~ Neil Gaiman,
432:Not knowing everything is all that makes it OK, sometimes. ~ Neil Gaiman,
433:Our existence deforms the universe. That's responsibility. ~ Neil Gaiman,
434:Por muy lejos que te vayas, nunca podrás huir de ti mismo. ~ Neil Gaiman,
435:Real life doesn't have to be convincing, but fiction does. ~ Neil Gaiman,
436:Say ‘Nevermore,’” said Shadow. “Fuck you,” said the raven. ~ Neil Gaiman,
437:Spiders' webs only have to be large enough to catch flies. ~ Neil Gaiman,
438:There were people you could hug, and then there was Silas. ~ Neil Gaiman,
439:the Trail of Tears: a cheerful gesture of casual genocide. ~ Neil Gaiman,
440:Time, tide and cocktail hour wait, as it were, for no man. ~ Neil Gaiman,
441:What I say is, a town isn’t a town without a bookstore. It ~ Neil Gaiman,
442:When the first living thing existed, I was there, waiting. ~ Neil Gaiman,
443:You are tired. Your family hates you. You have no friends. ~ Neil Gaiman,
444:You shouldn't trust the storyteller; only trust the story. ~ Neil Gaiman,
445:el camino siempre parece más largo cuando uno no lo conoce… ~ Neil Gaiman,
446:Here, far from our homes, we will be forgotten by our gods. ~ Neil Gaiman,
447:How do you take your coffee?” “Dark as night, sweet as sin. ~ Neil Gaiman,
448:I liked that. Books were safer than other people anyway. My ~ Neil Gaiman,
449:Livros eram mais confiáveis que pessoas, de qualquer forma. ~ Neil Gaiman,
450:think empires rose and fell in the time it took you to pee. ~ Neil Gaiman,
451:What happened to her?” he asked. “Poor taste in boyfriends, ~ Neil Gaiman,
452:Why do I have this imagination? It's the only one I've got! ~ Neil Gaiman,
453:You can always cheat an honest man, but it takes more work. ~ Neil Gaiman,
454:All things want to open. You must feel that need and use it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
455:É sempre tarde demais para pedir desculpas, mas eu agradeço. ~ Neil Gaiman,
456:Face your life Its pain, its pleasure, Leave no path untaken ~ Neil Gaiman,
457:He grinned, like a fox eating shit from a barbed wire fence. ~ Neil Gaiman,
458:I f I were wise I would not have tried to change what I saw. ~ Neil Gaiman,
459:I have a really high tolerance level for twits. I really do. ~ Neil Gaiman,
460:It's easier to lie to yourself when you say things out loud. ~ Neil Gaiman,
461:I was a stranger and you took me in. -Joji G. Shoji, d. 1921 ~ Neil Gaiman,
462:I will never let go of your hand, not unless you tell me to. ~ Neil Gaiman,
463:Life is a rock,” suggested Spider, “but the radio rolled me. ~ Neil Gaiman,
464:Love belongs to Desire. And Desire is always Cruel. -Old Man ~ Neil Gaiman,
465:Mrs. Whitaker found the Holy Grail; it was under a fur coat. ~ Neil Gaiman,
466:Not knowing everything is all that makes it OK, sometimes... ~ Neil Gaiman,
467:Oh, sweety-weety-pudding-and-pie, you are in so much trouble ~ Neil Gaiman,
468:stupid as a man who bought his stupid at a two-for-one sale, ~ Neil Gaiman,
469:...succubi and incubi with sell-by dates and Smart Card eyes ~ Neil Gaiman,
470:We are all wearing masks. That is what makes us interesting. ~ Neil Gaiman,
471:We owe it to each other to tell stories, as people simply... ~ Neil Gaiman,
472:When you let it get personal, the cost becomes personal too. ~ Neil Gaiman,
473:When you're scared but you still do it anyway, that's brave. ~ Neil Gaiman,
474:When you’re scared but you still do it anyway, that’s brave. ~ Neil Gaiman,
475:You’re too clever and too quiet for them to understand. They ~ Neil Gaiman,
476:Each insult is woven with just enough truth to make it wound. ~ Neil Gaiman,
477:Face your life, its pain, its pleasure Leave no path untaken. ~ Neil Gaiman,
478:How would you feel about life if Death was your older sister? ~ Neil Gaiman,
479:I created cat myths, which cats tell each other in the night. ~ Neil Gaiman,
480:I'm going to kill somebody soon, just to relieve the tension. ~ Neil Gaiman,
481:It is always easier to be afraid of something you cannot see. ~ Neil Gaiman,
482:It was love, I knew, and it tasted like champagne in my mind. ~ Neil Gaiman,
483:Maybe you're getting tired of existing on the whim of people. ~ Neil Gaiman,
484:Put one word after another. Find the right word, put it down. ~ Neil Gaiman,
485:Rich man, poor man, come away.
Come to dance the Macabray. ~ Neil Gaiman,
486:Say 'Nevermore,'" said Shadow.
"Fuck You," said the Raven. ~ Neil Gaiman,
487:Say 'Nevermore'," said Shadow.
"Fuck you", said the raven. ~ Neil Gaiman,
488:Say ‘Nevermore,’” said Shadow. “Fuck you,” said the raven. It ~ Neil Gaiman,
489:Spoons are excellent. Sort of like forks, only not as stabby. ~ Neil Gaiman,
490:The Americas became a symbol of clemency, of a second chance. ~ Neil Gaiman,
491:A könyvek társasága amúgy is biztonságosabb, mint az embereké. ~ Neil Gaiman,
492:All stories are in conversation with other stories. —Neil Gaiman ~ Anonymous,
493:Anyone who believes what a cat tells him deserves all he gets. ~ Neil Gaiman,
494:Anywhere that I can't check my email is a good place to write! ~ Neil Gaiman,
495:Erwachsene halten sich auf Wegen. Kinder gehen auf Kundschaft. ~ Neil Gaiman,
496:Face your life, its pain, its pleasure, leave no path untaken. ~ Neil Gaiman,
497:Heavens protect us from the dress sense of American academics. ~ Neil Gaiman,
498:He said nothing: seldom do those who are silent make mistakes. ~ Neil Gaiman,
499:He's been screwin' with something that screwed him right back. ~ Neil Gaiman,
500:I don’t have any family,” he said to Rosie, almost petulantly. ~ Neil Gaiman,
501:If I could grant wishes do you think I would be driving a cab? ~ Neil Gaiman,
502:I found English to be a sort of Thomas Hardy aversion therapy. ~ Neil Gaiman,
503:Life is a disease: sexually transmitted, and invariably fatal. ~ Neil Gaiman,
504:Memories were waiting at the edges of things, beckoning to me. ~ Neil Gaiman,
505:Nobody actually looks like what they really are on the inside. ~ Neil Gaiman,
506:Nobody is ever given more to shoulder than he or she can bear. ~ Neil Gaiman,
507:Not for all the little plastic toys in China,” said Wednesday, ~ Neil Gaiman,
508:She smiled up at him, a nervous, crooked smile in a dead face. ~ Neil Gaiman,
509:Talk is free but the wise man chooses when to spend his words. ~ Neil Gaiman,
510:The last dead leaves of fall crackled underfoot, winter-crisp. ~ Neil Gaiman,
511:The woman was very pretty. She had shortish honey-blonde hair, ~ Neil Gaiman,
512:An Angel who did not so much Fall as Saunter Vaguely Downwards. ~ Neil Gaiman,
513:And, selfish and scared, I wonder how much more he has to give. ~ Neil Gaiman,
514:and the sun is cold and distant, like the pale eye of a corpse. ~ Neil Gaiman,
515:Biting's excellent. It's like kissing - only there is a winner. ~ Neil Gaiman,
516:Biz burada kahvemizi gece kadar koyu, günah kadar tatlı içeriz. ~ Neil Gaiman,
517:Each hammer blow sounded like the dull pounding of a huge heart ~ Neil Gaiman,
518:Here on the edge of the world we will be forgotten by our gods. ~ Neil Gaiman,
519:He’s just a proper man who likes to fuck other men, that’s all. ~ Neil Gaiman,
520:I am selfish, private and easily bored. Will this be a problem? ~ Neil Gaiman,
521:Informacija ir žinios - valiuta, kuri niekad neišeina iš mados. ~ Neil Gaiman,
522:In Hollywood, lying is something that people do like breathing. ~ Neil Gaiman,
523:It was like being gently patted on the back by a wrecking ball. ~ Neil Gaiman,
524:I was a stranger and you took me in.
-Joji G. Shoji, d. 1921 ~ Neil Gaiman,
525:One cannot begin a new dream without abandoning the last [one]. ~ Neil Gaiman,
526:Por muy lejos que te vayas, nunca conseguirás huir de ti mismo. ~ Neil Gaiman,
527:To be Despair. It is a portrait. Only close your eyes and feel. ~ Neil Gaiman,
528:where he read stories as enthusiastically as some children ate. ~ Neil Gaiman,
529:You lie, All-father. You lie in the way that some folk breathe. ~ Neil Gaiman,
530:You were her way here, and it's a dangerous thing to be a door. ~ Neil Gaiman,
531:All good technology should be used to piss off people's parents. ~ Neil Gaiman,
532:all men are just overgrown boys with deep problems communicating ~ Neil Gaiman,
533:a world in which opiates have become the religion of the masses. ~ Neil Gaiman,
534:But surely "Argh" is the sound of a sort of strangulated scream. ~ Neil Gaiman,
535:From meetings and partings none can ever escape. Nor from magic. ~ Neil Gaiman,
536:Hearts can be well hidden, and you betray them with your tongue. ~ Neil Gaiman,
537:he’d experienced the lovely warm feeling of a bad job well done. ~ Neil Gaiman,
538:If I could talk about it, I would not have to do it. I make art. ~ Neil Gaiman,
539:If you can't be happy where you are, you can't be happy anywhere ~ Neil Gaiman,
540:Información y conocimiento: dos monedas que nunca pasan de moda. ~ Neil Gaiman,
541:I you can't be happy where you are, you can't be happy anywhere. ~ Neil Gaiman,
542:Jameson Irish whiskey: a twenty-dollar ticket out of this place. ~ Neil Gaiman,
543:Leave no stone unturned. Deeply explore the beauty of your life. ~ Neil Gaiman,
544:Meistenteils ist man doch das, für was einen die anderen halten. ~ Neil Gaiman,
545:My people, we stay indoors. We have keyboards. We have darkness. ~ Neil Gaiman,
546:— Não existe passar ou ser reprovado em ser uma pessoa, querido. ~ Neil Gaiman,
547:Nobody gets through life without losing a few things on the way. ~ Neil Gaiman,
548:Scissors! Scissors! Have ye got yer ane scissors?? Are ye deaf?? ~ Neil Gaiman,
549:That which is dreamed can never be lost, can never be undreamed. ~ Neil Gaiman,
550:The world was bright and strange and he was in the middle of it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
551:When things go wrong, this is what you should do. Make good art. ~ Neil Gaiman,
552:When you are seven, beauty is an abstraction, not an imperative. ~ Neil Gaiman,
553:You can know anything. It's all there. You just have to find it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
554:You must come to the Vicarage, then, next week," said the vicar. ~ Neil Gaiman,
555:Bod tried to smile, but he could not find a smile inside himself. ~ Neil Gaiman,
556:Cats, Dog considered, were clearly a lot tougher than lost souls. ~ Neil Gaiman,
557:He said nothing: seldom do those who are silent make mistakes. “I ~ Neil Gaiman,
558:Hunting, like life, Hunter believes, consists chiefly of waiting. ~ Neil Gaiman,
559:I am NOT alone. I am accompanied by a large cat and a small girl. ~ Neil Gaiman,
560:IF YOU CAN’T EAT IT, DRINK IT, SMOKE IT OR SNORT IT…THEN F*CK IT! ~ Neil Gaiman,
561:I squeezed my hands into fists, and I hoped as hard as I knew how ~ Neil Gaiman,
562:It's always too late for sorries, but I appreciate the sentiment. ~ Neil Gaiman,
563:I want nothing. No heaven, no hell, no anything. Just let it end. ~ Neil Gaiman,
564:I will dream if I want to, I said, and my death is my own affair. ~ Neil Gaiman,
565:People want to forget the impossible. It makes their world safer. ~ Neil Gaiman,
566:Shadow didn’t wait to see. He walked away and he kept on walking. ~ Neil Gaiman,
567:Then he grinned, like a fox eating shit from a barbed wire fence. ~ Neil Gaiman,
568:The quickest way out of something is usually straight through it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
569:There was once a young man who wished to gain his Heart’s Desire. ~ Neil Gaiman,
570:They travel between the worlds using Bifrost, the rainbow bridge. ~ Neil Gaiman,
571:Urd’s well, to receive the blessing and the counsel of the norns. ~ Neil Gaiman,
572:What would be the fun in doing things you know are going to work? ~ Neil Gaiman,
573:When I was young I was a fool. So wrap me up in dreams and death. ~ Neil Gaiman,
574:Yesterday, all this was snow. Always winter, and never Christmas. ~ Neil Gaiman,
575:You are not dead until every person who knew you is dead as well. ~ Neil Gaiman,
576:You can't run away from home without destroying somebody's world. ~ Neil Gaiman,
577:Because he rather liked people. It was a major failing in a demon. ~ Neil Gaiman,
578:Behind the curtain's mystic fold The glowing future lies unrolled. ~ Neil Gaiman,
579:Break rules. Leave the world more interesting for your being here. ~ Neil Gaiman,
580:Cómo tomas el café?
Negro como la noche y dulce como un pecado. ~ Neil Gaiman,
581:Coraline wondered why so few of the adults she met made any sense. ~ Neil Gaiman,
582:I'll find you. Don't worry. Just be on your own and I'll find you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
583:I'm somebody who considers happiness a journey, not a destination. ~ Neil Gaiman,
584:I remembered that, and, remembering that, I remembered everything. ~ Neil Gaiman,
585:Liberty is a bitch who must be bedded on a mattress of
corpses. ~ Neil Gaiman,
586:Light comes in flickers, defining the darkness, not dispelling it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
587:Say ‘Nevermore,’ “ said Shadow.

“Fuck you,” said the raven. ~ Neil Gaiman,
588:The imagination is a muscle. If it is not exercised, it atrophies. ~ Neil Gaiman,
589:THE ONLY WOMAN I HAVE EVER LOVED WAS ANOTHER MAN’S WIFE…MY MOTHER! ~ Neil Gaiman,
590:There really is nothing quite like total ignorance, is there?” The ~ Neil Gaiman,
591:There’s a brotherhood of people who read and who care about books. ~ Neil Gaiman,
592:There’s no theaters in Heaven,” said Crowley. “And very few films. ~ Neil Gaiman,
593:There was nowhere they could have gone and they went there anyway. ~ Neil Gaiman,
594:this is what they say: secure your own mask before helping others. ~ Neil Gaiman,
595:Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead.’ – Ben Franklin, ~ Neil Gaiman,
596:You have your milk,” he said. “Where there is milk, there is hope. ~ Neil Gaiman,
597:All stories are in conversation with other stories. —Neil Gaiman ~ Benjamin Percy,
598:But how can you walk away from something and still come back to it? ~ Neil Gaiman,
599:Era como si allí los huesos de la Tierra afloraran a la superficie. ~ Neil Gaiman,
600:First time takes forever, and then ever after it’s over in a flash? ~ Neil Gaiman,
601:He looked like a small panther, and he moved like a patch of night. ~ Neil Gaiman,
602:How Do You Feel This Morning When You Know What You Did Last Night? ~ Neil Gaiman,
603:I am a Hound of God. I travel my own road, into Hell and out of it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
604:I believe in the reflections that they show us, when they are told. ~ Neil Gaiman,
605:I don't just randomly kill people... I kill people when it's funny. ~ Neil Gaiman,
606:I don't think home's a place anymore. I think it's a state of mind. ~ Neil Gaiman,
607:If you’re making mistakes it means you’re out there doing something ~ Neil Gaiman,
608:I smoke a cigarette, and pretend I'm normal. And I wish I was dead. ~ Neil Gaiman,
609:I suppose the point you grow up is the point you let the dreams go. ~ Neil Gaiman,
610:La fe sin sangre no nos lleva tan lejos. Debe correr la sangre. —Te ~ Neil Gaiman,
611:La gente prefiere olvidar lo imposible; les hace la vida más fácil. ~ Neil Gaiman,
612:Libraries are the thin red line between civilization and barbarism. ~ Neil Gaiman,
613:Rattle his bones Over the stones It’s only a pauper Who nobody owns ~ Neil Gaiman,
614:She closed her eyes and wished that the earth would swallow her up. ~ Neil Gaiman,
615:She is dead, that is the way of mortals. But you are alive. So live ~ Neil Gaiman,
616:They took hands, the living with the dead, and they began to dance. ~ Neil Gaiman,
617:This country started going to hell when they stopped hanging folks. ~ Neil Gaiman,
618:A click: the sound of a switchblade opening, empty, lonely and dark. ~ Neil Gaiman,
619:But if this is all there is, then I don’t want to be sane. You know? ~ Neil Gaiman,
620:but the brilliant were subject to mental aberrations, were they not? ~ Neil Gaiman,
621:Entropy and optimism: The twin forces that make the world go around. ~ Neil Gaiman,
622:Entropy and optimism: the twin forces that make the world go around. ~ Neil Gaiman,
623:Every time she smiled at him had been the first time all over again. ~ Neil Gaiman,
624:If Hell is other people, thought Shadow, then Purgatory is airports. ~ Neil Gaiman,
625:IF YOU CAN’T EAT IT, DRINK IT, SMOKE IT OR SNORT IT…THEN F*CK IT! He ~ Neil Gaiman,
626:If you're making mistakes it means you're out there doing something. ~ Neil Gaiman,
627:in the best sense of the word—as if, for a hundred years, people had ~ Neil Gaiman,
628:I was once a blank piece of parchment, too, waiting to be inscribed. ~ Neil Gaiman,
629:Oh, monsters are scared," said Lettie. "That's why they're monsters. ~ Neil Gaiman,
630:Oh, monsters are scared," said Lettie. 'That's why they're monsters. ~ Neil Gaiman,
631:Oh, monsters are scared,” said Lettie. “That’s why they’re monsters. ~ Neil Gaiman,
632:Quanto dura? Il teatro, voglio dire?"
"Tutto il tempo. In eterno. ~ Neil Gaiman,
633:Remember your name. Do not lose hope ---what you seek will be found. ~ Neil Gaiman,
634:Spiders’ webs only have to be large enough to catch flies.’ Coraline ~ Neil Gaiman,
635:The price of getting what you want, is getting what once you wanted. ~ Neil Gaiman,
636:The teller and the tale are very different. We must not forget that. ~ Neil Gaiman,
637:We're going to San Francisco. The flowers in your hair are optional. ~ Neil Gaiman,
638:We’re going to San Francisco. The flowers in your hair are optional. ~ Neil Gaiman,
639:Wherever you go, you take yourself with you. If you see what I mean. ~ Neil Gaiman,
640:Books make great gifts because they have whole worlds inside of them. ~ Neil Gaiman,
641:But there’s none so blind—ow! Good one!—as those who will not listen. ~ Neil Gaiman,
642:[Dream] I do not want a grape.
[Desire] I could make you want one. ~ Neil Gaiman,
643:Every lover is, in his heart, a madman, and, in his head, a minstrel. ~ Neil Gaiman,
644:Grahame Coats did not go for walks; he had people to do that for him. ~ Neil Gaiman,
645:If he didn’t care about you, you couldn’t upset him,” Liza tells Bod. ~ Neil Gaiman,
646:If you can't eat it, drink it, smoke it, or snort it... then f*ck it! ~ Neil Gaiman,
647:I'll swap you my dad," I said.

"Oh-oh," said my little sister. ~ Neil Gaiman,
648:I lost some time once. It's always in the last place you look for it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
649:I think I’ll dismember the world and then I’ll dance in the wreckage. ~ Neil Gaiman,
650:It's not sipping wine. It's a mourning wine. You drain it. Like this. ~ Neil Gaiman,
651:I was not happy as a child, although from time to time I was content. ~ Neil Gaiman,
652:Los adultos no deberían llorar. No tienen una madre que los consuele. ~ Neil Gaiman,
653:Nobody's American," said Wednesday. "Not originally. That's my point. ~ Neil Gaiman,
654:Nobody’s American,” said Wednesday. “Not originally. That’s my point. ~ Neil Gaiman,
655:So," he asked. "How's death?" "Hard," she said. "It just keeps going. ~ Neil Gaiman,
656:The sky had never seemed so sky; the world had never seemed so world. ~ Neil Gaiman,
657:They could not truly look dead, because they did not ever look alive. ~ Neil Gaiman,
658:When you love something you just don't want to stop talking about it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
659:A grayeyard is not a democracy, and yet death is the great democracy.. ~ Neil Gaiman,
660:Este país iría mucho mejor si la gente aprendiera a sufrir en silencio ~ Neil Gaiman,
661:Her kiss was gentle, and it tasted of spring rains and meadow flowers. ~ Neil Gaiman,
662:I don’t understand parents. Honestly, I don’t think anybody ever does. ~ Neil Gaiman,
663:If I come back, it will be a place, but it won't be a home any longer. ~ Neil Gaiman,
664:I keep telling you: it's the mystery that endures. Not the explanation ~ Neil Gaiman,
665:It’s a good thing to be a god,” said Shadow. “Is it?” asked Wednesday, ~ Neil Gaiman,
666:Love me when I least deserve it, because that’s when I really need it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
667:May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness. ~ Neil Gaiman,
668:Notoriety wasn't as good as fame, but was heaps better than obscurity. ~ Neil Gaiman,
669:Notoriety wasn’t as good as fame, but was heaps better than obscurity. ~ Neil Gaiman,
670:Rain in the graveyard, and the world puddled into blurred reflections. ~ Neil Gaiman,
671:She had a chain of blue forget-me-nots tattooed around her left wrist. ~ Neil Gaiman,
672:Some things are too big to be seen; some emotions too huge to be felt. ~ Neil Gaiman,
673:Un trato era un trato, y este lo llevaba en la sangre y en los huesos. ~ Neil Gaiman,
674:What are gods?" asked the buffalo man.
"I don't know," said Shadow. ~ Neil Gaiman,
675:And Desire smiles, and forgets, for Desire is a creature of the moment. ~ Neil Gaiman,
676:Being a writer of fiction isn't like being a compulsive liar, honestly. ~ Neil Gaiman,
677:But the path to her death, heartbeat by heartbeat, would be inevitable. ~ Neil Gaiman,
678:Doesn't matter. You'll pick up what you need to know--cultural osmosis. ~ Neil Gaiman,
679:Have been unavoidably detained by the world. Expect us when you see us. ~ Neil Gaiman,
680:I sometimes imagine I would like my ashes to be scattered in a library. ~ Neil Gaiman,
681:It is a fool's prerogative to utter truths that no one else will speak. ~ Neil Gaiman,
682:It symbolizes a spear, and in this sorry world the symbol is the thing. ~ Neil Gaiman,
683:Like any true story, the end of the affair is messy and unsatisfactory: ~ Neil Gaiman,
684:No one had hugged her like that since she had retired from the theater. ~ Neil Gaiman,
685:Since the dawn of humanity, stories have allowed each of us to be many. ~ Neil Gaiman,
686:The Gods did not count time spent fishing in the hours of a man's life. ~ Neil Gaiman,
687:What are god's?" asked the buffalo man.
"I don't know," said Shadow. ~ Neil Gaiman,
688:Your kiss is honey and your touch scorches like fire, and I worship it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
689:Creo en la sinceridad absoluta y en la sensatez de las mentiras piadosas ~ Neil Gaiman,
690:Era imposible que parecieran muertos, porque nunca habían estado vivos”. ~ Neil Gaiman,
691:Even if your goose habitually lays golden eggs, it will still be cooked. ~ Neil Gaiman,
692:Good a reason for writing as I know: releasing demons, letting them fly. ~ Neil Gaiman,
693:I already killed you once today, what does it take to teach some people? ~ Neil Gaiman,
694:I do not remember asking adults about anything, except as a last resort. ~ Neil Gaiman,
695:It is the curse of age, that all things are reflections of other things. ~ Neil Gaiman,
696:People pursue things. As soon as they have them they run away from them. ~ Neil Gaiman,
697:She was unconscious in a comma."

"You mean a coma."

"Do I? ~ Neil Gaiman,
698:Si nada arriesgas, llegarás al fin de tus días y nada habrás conseguido. ~ Neil Gaiman,
699:So," he asked. "How's death?"
"Hard," she said. "It just keeps going. ~ Neil Gaiman,
700:The coal shed smelled of damp and blackness and of old, crushed forests. ~ Neil Gaiman,
701:The future came and went in the mildly discouraging way that futures do. ~ Neil Gaiman,
702:There's things, times. When, well, you don't know what to say. You know? ~ Neil Gaiman,
703:The treasures of ten thousand years ago were not the treasures of today. ~ Neil Gaiman,
704:...truth is not in what happens but in what it tells us about who we are ~ Neil Gaiman,
705:Va chier", répondit le corbeau, avant de refermer définitivement le bec. ~ Neil Gaiman,
706:...we should butcher the bitch. annul, cancel, inhume, and amortize her. ~ Neil Gaiman,
707:Yes, it was crooked," said Wednesday, "but it was the only game in town. ~ Neil Gaiman,
708:You’re playing with fire,” she warned him. “That’s how I know I’m alive, ~ Neil Gaiman,
709:At the End, each of us stands naked. At the end, each of us stands alone. ~ Neil Gaiman,
710:Gostei disso. Livros eram mais confiáveis que pessoas, de qualquer forma. ~ Neil Gaiman,
711:I feel like I have the wrong head."

"Oh, everyone feels like that. ~ Neil Gaiman,
712:It must be good to have somewhere that you belong. Somewhere that’s home. ~ Neil Gaiman,
713:She looked at the spear in a way that no woman had ever looked at Richard ~ Neil Gaiman,
714:She was also an adult, and when adults fight children, adults always win. ~ Neil Gaiman,
715:the Macabray, the dance of the living and the dead, the dance with Death. ~ Neil Gaiman,
716:The really important thing to be was yourself, just as hard as you could. ~ Neil Gaiman,
717:The wise man knows when to keep silent. Only the fool tells all he knows. ~ Neil Gaiman,
718:Value's in what people think. Not in what's real. Value's in dreams, boy. ~ Neil Gaiman,
719:When you dream, sometimes you remember. When you wake, you always forget. ~ Neil Gaiman,
720:You ask me if I can forgive myself? I can forgive myself for many things. ~ Neil Gaiman,
721:you do your own time in prison. You don't do anyone else's time for them. ~ Neil Gaiman,
722:A valódi, hamisítatlan, velejéig gonosz dolog az emberi elmében rejtőzött. ~ Neil Gaiman,
723:Away from a world in which opiates have become the religion of the masses. ~ Neil Gaiman,
724:Back when he was a god,” she told him. “Back then, they called him Anansi. ~ Neil Gaiman,
725:But...is that all there was? Is that all I get?

Yes, I'm afraid so. ~ Neil Gaiman,
726:Embernek lenni nem vizsga, kedvesem, azon nem átmegy vagy megbukik valaki. ~ Neil Gaiman,
727:Give me boredom. At least I know where I'm going to eat and sleep tonight. ~ Neil Gaiman,
728:Her kiss was gentle, and it tasted of spring rains and meadow flowers. The ~ Neil Gaiman,
729:If you know someone really well it's hard to be mad at them for very long. ~ Neil Gaiman,
730:I love CGI if it's invisible. I don't like it when it's there and obvious. ~ Neil Gaiman,
731:I think hell is something you carry around with you. Not somewhere you go. ~ Neil Gaiman,
732:I think hell is something you carry around with you, not somewhere you go. ~ Neil Gaiman,
733:I think hell is something you carry around with you..not somewhere you go. ~ Neil Gaiman,
734:I think I've got Fear down, but how do I take it all the way up to Terror? ~ Neil Gaiman,
735:I thought, I'm going to die. And, thinking that, I was determined to live. ~ Neil Gaiman,
736:It's no harder to be nice than it is to be creepy. And it's much more fun. ~ Neil Gaiman,
737:I went down to Safeways, and I bought her a packet of best ground sirloin. ~ Neil Gaiman,
738:Not an option. You burned your bridges. So keep walking. Do your own time… ~ Neil Gaiman,
739:Perhaps this is the ultimate freedom, eh, Dreamlord? The freedom to leave. ~ Neil Gaiman,
740:Poetry ain’t what you’d call truth. There ain’t room enough in the verses. ~ Neil Gaiman,
741:Richard had been told to fuck off and die with more warmth and good humor. ~ Neil Gaiman,
742:Some things are too big to be seen; some emotions are too huge to be felt. ~ Neil Gaiman,
743:Sometimes monsters are things people should be scared of, but they aren't. ~ Neil Gaiman,
744:Sometimes monsters are things people should be scared of, but they aren’t. ~ Neil Gaiman,
745:The man Jack was, above all things, a professional, or so he told himself, ~ Neil Gaiman,
746:The squirrel tells lies to both of them, and takes joy in provoking anger. ~ Neil Gaiman,
747:This is his real domain,” muttered Hunter. “Things lost. Things forgotten. ~ Neil Gaiman,
748:True madness takes or leaves us in the wood halfway through all our lives. ~ Neil Gaiman,
749:un secret pe care-l știi doar tu e cel mai puternic secret ce poate exista ~ Neil Gaiman,
750:Vengeance can be a road that has no ending. You would be wise to avoid it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
751:You know what killed off the dinosaurs, Whateley? We did. In one barbecue. ~ Neil Gaiman,
752:You lived what anybody gets, Bernie. You got a lifetime. No more. No less. ~ Neil Gaiman,
753:You shone like a star. The funniest, wisest writer & the finest friend ~ Neil Gaiman,
754:El dolor duele, del mismo modo que la avaricia embriaga y la lujuria quema. ~ Neil Gaiman,
755:Freedom to believe means the freedom to believe the wrong thing, after all. ~ Neil Gaiman,
756:If we were not islands, we would be lost, drowned in each others’ tragedies ~ Neil Gaiman,
757:Love will be an impulse that will inspire and ruin in equal measure. ~ Neil Gaiman,
758:I think hell is something you carry arround with you. Not somewhere you go. ~ Neil Gaiman,
759:I think maybe Hell is a place. But you don't have to stay anywhere forever. ~ Neil Gaiman,
760:Joy and sorrow are like milk and cookies. That's how well they go together. ~ Neil Gaiman,
761:Just imagine how terrible it might have been if we’d been at all competent. ~ Neil Gaiman,
762:not Rom. They’re Russian. Slavs, I believe.” “But she does fortune-telling. ~ Neil Gaiman,
763:Rattle his bones
over the stones
its only a pauper
who nobody owns ~ Neil Gaiman,
764:She was my dream; and if you touch a dream it vanishes, like a soap bubble. ~ Neil Gaiman,
765:So, if a city has a personality, maybe it also has a soul. Maybe it dreams. ~ Neil Gaiman,
766:There are many for whom the lure of gold outweighs the beauty of a rainbow. ~ Neil Gaiman,
767:There was a girl, and her uncle sold her. Put like that it seems so simple. ~ Neil Gaiman,
768:The truth is, there aren’t any grown-ups. Not one, in the whole wide world. ~ Neil Gaiman,
769:What do I do now?” “I don’t know. Fade away, perhaps. Or find another role. ~ Neil Gaiman,
770:You're playing with fire," she warned him.
"That's how I know I'm alive. ~ Neil Gaiman,
771:And when things get tough, this is what you should do.

Make good art. ~ Neil Gaiman,
772:Because stories start in minds-- they aren't artifacts or natural phenomena. ~ Neil Gaiman,
773:Bricks without straw are more easily made than imagination without memories, ~ Neil Gaiman,
774:CORALINE DISCOVERED THE DOOR a little while after they moved into the house. ~ Neil Gaiman,
775:Eu não era uma criança feliz, ainda que, de vez em quando, ficasse contente. ~ Neil Gaiman,
776:Even if the brain has forgotten, perhaps the teeth remember. Or the fingers. ~ Neil Gaiman,
777:Ez szexizmus. Hogy lányos ajándékot adnak az embernek csak azért, mert lány. ~ Neil Gaiman,
778:Finish what you're writing. Whatever you have to do to finish it, finish it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
779:First rule of magic: Don't let anyone know your real name. Names have power. ~ Neil Gaiman,
780:If we do not fight to create a future there will be no future for any of us. ~ Neil Gaiman,
781:If we were not islands, we would be lost, drowned in each others’ tragedies. ~ Neil Gaiman,
782:I’m looking forward to cutting off your head,” said Brokk. “It got personal. ~ Neil Gaiman,
783:Information and knowledge: two currencies that have never gone out of style. ~ Neil Gaiman,
784:It's good to know where you are, but it's better to know where you're going. ~ Neil Gaiman,
785:I was always so relieved that anyone wants to publish anything I've written. ~ Neil Gaiman,
786:Kiss a lover
Dance a measure,
Find your name
And buried treasure... ~ Neil Gaiman,
787:Most of us only find our own voice after sounding like a lot of other people ~ Neil Gaiman,
788:My people, we stay indoors. We have keyboards. We have darkness. It's quiet. ~ Neil Gaiman,
789:Not an option. You burned your bridges. So keep walking. Do your own time… A ~ Neil Gaiman,
790:Pain shared, my brother, is pain not doubled but halved. No man is an island ~ Neil Gaiman,
791:Rock and roll stars have it much better than writers when they're on a tour. ~ Neil Gaiman,
792:She hoped it wasn't a spider. Spiders made Coraline intensely uncomfortable. ~ Neil Gaiman,
793:Tastes like a drunken diabetic's piss,' agreed Wednesday. 'I hate the stuff. ~ Neil Gaiman,
794:The past is always knocking at the door, trying to break through into today. ~ Neil Gaiman,
795:There are so many places we have not yet seen. So many people still to meet. ~ Neil Gaiman,
796:What good were books, if they couldn’t protect you from something like that? ~ Neil Gaiman,
797:You can't trust other people. If it's important, you have to do it yourself. ~ Neil Gaiman,
798:You’re thirty-two years old?” “Yes, sir.” “You look younger.” “Clean living. ~ Neil Gaiman,
799:All the dinosaurs have gone off into the stars, leaving the world to mammals. ~ Neil Gaiman,
800:As old as my tongue,” said Hunter, primly, “and a little older than my teeth. ~ Neil Gaiman,
801:Dinosaurs are reptiles, sir," said Professor Steg. "We do not go in for milk. ~ Neil Gaiman,
802:Excuse me. I know this is a personal question, but are you clinically insane? ~ Neil Gaiman,
803:I don't have a lot of patience for stories in which women are rescued by men. ~ Neil Gaiman,
804:I hope you read some fine books and kiss someone who thinks you're wonderful. ~ Neil Gaiman,
805:In the beginning—before the beginning—was the word. And the word was “Doctor! ~ Neil Gaiman,
806:I thought, I'm going to die.
And, thinking that, I was determined to live. ~ Neil Gaiman,
807:I watched him even then as he fell, his face undefeated, his eyes still proud ~ Neil Gaiman,
808:Living and seizing to live are imaginary solutions. Existence lies elsewhere. ~ Neil Gaiman,
809:Richard was not an enthusiastic holder of pigeons, even at the best of times. ~ Neil Gaiman,
810:Sometimes monsters are things people should be scared of, but they aren’t.” I ~ Neil Gaiman,
811:Sometimes strong tastes fit strong emotions, and this was one of those times. ~ Neil Gaiman,
812:Stories are the things that allow us to persuade each other that we're human. ~ Neil Gaiman,
813:The figure coming up the driveway was not Milton's Lucifer. It was the Devil. ~ Neil Gaiman,
814:The Lord of Dreams learns that one must change or die, and makes his decision ~ Neil Gaiman,
815:The rain is a noisy thing, splashing and pattering and rattling the rooftops. ~ Neil Gaiman,
816:The suit looked expensive, and was the color of melted vanilla ice-cream. His ~ Neil Gaiman,
817:The universe knows someone is missing, and slowly it attempts to replace him. ~ Neil Gaiman,
818:According to my daughters, my most irritating habit is asking for cups of tea. ~ Neil Gaiman,
819:A graveyard is not normally a democracy, and yet death is the great democracy, ~ Neil Gaiman,
820:And I knew then, as I know now, that things need not have happened to be true. ~ Neil Gaiman,
821:A story matters, I suspect, to the extent that the people in the story change. ~ Neil Gaiman,
822:Don’t worry,” she said, seriously. “Most of the blood was someone else’s.” She ~ Neil Gaiman,
823:He was not a god. He was my dad.'
'You can be both,' she said. 'It happens. ~ Neil Gaiman,
824:He was ready to fight. It is good to make people who are ready to fight angry. ~ Neil Gaiman,
825:Hunchbacks danced at my wedding for luck. It's a thing you don't see nowadays. ~ Neil Gaiman,
826:I am not in my gallery and neither do I hold your sigil. Will you speak to me? ~ Neil Gaiman,
827:I have heard the languages of apocalypse, and now I shall embrace the silence. ~ Neil Gaiman,
828:I never fell. I don't care what they say. I'm still doing my job, as I see it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
829:It's not the fish you bring home from a day's fishing. It's the peace of mind. ~ Neil Gaiman,
830:Media. I think I have heard of her. Isn't she the one who killed her children? ~ Neil Gaiman,
831:Media. I think I have heard of her. Isn’t she the one who killed her children? ~ Neil Gaiman,
832:Now what?” asked Fat Charlie. “Shall we all join hands and contact the living? ~ Neil Gaiman,
833:Offer people a new creed with a costume and their hearts and minds will follow ~ Neil Gaiman,
834:Omnia Mutantur, Nihil Interit. 'Everything changes, but nothing is truly lost. ~ Neil Gaiman,
835:Ow," and then, very quietly, it said "Fuck," and then it said "Ow," once more. ~ Neil Gaiman,
836:Pain shared, my brother, is pain not doubled, but halved. No man is an island. ~ Neil Gaiman,
837:Run,’ said a voice that was almost a growl. I ran like a lamb to his laughter. ~ Neil Gaiman,
838:Some of us have resolved to escape into drunkenness before the sleep takes us. ~ Neil Gaiman,
839:So you all remember: just because you're small, doesn't mean you got no power. ~ Neil Gaiman,
840:So you all remember: just because you’re small, doesn’t mean you got no power. ~ Neil Gaiman,
841:There is no end to the cruelty of men threatened by strong women." - Mr. Nancy ~ Neil Gaiman,
842:There's a but, isn't there?" said Coraline. "I can feel it. Like a rain cloud. ~ Neil Gaiman,
843:We write our names in the sand, and then the waves roll in and wash them away. ~ Neil Gaiman,
844:What do I do now?”
“I don’t know. Fade away, perhaps. Or find another role. ~ Neil Gaiman,
845:What need, Dunstan wondered, could someone have of the storm-filled eggshells? ~ Neil Gaiman,
846:you can no more read the same book again than you can step into the same river ~ Neil Gaiman,
847:You only get to be my age by assuming the worst." Mr. Wednesday, American Gods ~ Neil Gaiman,
848:And he waited. It was only for a few seconds, but it felt like a small forever. ~ Neil Gaiman,
849:... as if that one act of memory had blown away some of the cobwebs of the day. ~ Neil Gaiman,
850:Cieli, pensò Old Bailey con una sorta di compiacimento. Mai due di essi uguali. ~ Neil Gaiman,
851:Dahling, when God put teeth in your mouth, he ruined a perfectly good arsehole. ~ Neil Gaiman,
852:He goes his way. We travel a spiral. The quickest way is sometimes the longest. ~ Neil Gaiman,
853:If you move and act in the material world, then the material world acts on you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
854:I'll die soon. But the last twenty minutes have been the best years of my life. ~ Neil Gaiman,
855:In the manner of one recognizing a line from a familiar poem in a strange book. ~ Neil Gaiman,
856:It’s an artist’s job to show people the world they live in. We hold up mirrors. ~ Neil Gaiman,
857:Me había enamorado de ella en blanco y negro, cuando aún no tenía ni diez años. ~ Neil Gaiman,
858:My ideal reader is me. And yes, my ideal reader comes with me and is forgiving. ~ Neil Gaiman,
859:Offer people a new creed with a costume and their hearts and minds will follow. ~ Neil Gaiman,
860:Perhaps it's a hard thing to say, but joy and sorrow are like milk and cookies. ~ Neil Gaiman,
861:Porque -anunció Tristran- todo amante tiene corazón de loco y cabeza de juglar. ~ Neil Gaiman,
862:That’s an Anansi story. ’Course, all stories are Anansi stories. Even this one. ~ Neil Gaiman,
863:There are accounts that, if we open our hearts to them, will cut us too deeply. ~ Neil Gaiman,
864:The war had begun and nobody saw it. The storm was lowering and nobody knew it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
865:You can no more read the same book again than you can step into the same river. ~ Neil Gaiman,
866:you can no more read the same book again than you can step into the same river— ~ Neil Gaiman,
867:You ignore the little voices that tell you it's all stupid, and you keep going. ~ Neil Gaiman,
868:A graveyard is not normally a democracy, and yet death is the great democracy... ~ Neil Gaiman,
869:Didn't I just say you'll never get any two people to remember anything the same? ~ Neil Gaiman,
870:I believe that all men are just overgrown boys with deep problems communicating. ~ Neil Gaiman,
871:I like airplanes. I like anywhere that isn't a proper place. I like in betweens. ~ Neil Gaiman,
872:I loved that place as if it was a part of me, and perhaps, in some ways, it was. ~ Neil Gaiman,
873:Nobody sensible believes in ghosts anyway—that’s because they’re all such liars. ~ Neil Gaiman,
874:She's as old as the hills, evil as a snake, all malevolence and magic and death. ~ Neil Gaiman,
875:She was beautiful, but she was beautiful in the way a forest fire was beautiful. ~ Neil Gaiman,
876:Still, every little bit helps, as the old woman said when she pissed in the sea. ~ Neil Gaiman,
877:There are accounts which, if we open our hearts to them, will cut us too deeply. ~ Neil Gaiman,
878:What am I doing here?” asked Shadow.
“In Lakeside, I mean. Not in the world. ~ Neil Gaiman,
879:What need," Dunstan wondered, "could someone have of the storm-filled eggshells? ~ Neil Gaiman,
880:What power would Hell have if those imprisoned were not able to dream of Heaven? ~ Neil Gaiman,
881:Adults should not weep, I knew. They did not have mothers who would comfort them. ~ Neil Gaiman,
882:American colonies were as much a dumping ground as an escape, a forgetting place. ~ Neil Gaiman,
883:Because," she said, "when you're scared but you still do it anyway, that's brave. ~ Neil Gaiman,
884:Because,' she said, 'when you're scared but you still do it anyway, that's brave. ~ Neil Gaiman,
885:Because,” she said, “when you’re scared but you still do it anyway, that’s brave. ~ Neil Gaiman,
886:But we do not need to recount every sermon and eulogy. After all, you were there. ~ Neil Gaiman,
887:Do you think they will test me again? I grow, and I grow stronger with every day. ~ Neil Gaiman,
888:Hell may have all the best composers, but heaven has all the best choreographers. ~ Neil Gaiman,
889:I believe that in the battle between guns and ideas, ideas will, eventually, win. ~ Neil Gaiman,
890:I could be buried a hundred miles underground and I would know where you are.” He ~ Neil Gaiman,
891:Ideas are more difficult to kill than people, but they can be killed, in the end. ~ Neil Gaiman,
892:I have as many names as there are winds, as many titles as there are ways to die. ~ Neil Gaiman,
893:I thought I was your destination. Looks like I was just another stop on the line. ~ Neil Gaiman,
894:It's only a world, after all, and they're just sand grains in the desert, worlds. ~ Neil Gaiman,
895:It’s part of growing up, I suppose…you always have to leave something behind you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
896:Magic" is simply a way of talking to the universe in a way that it cannot ignore. ~ Neil Gaiman,
897:Oh. I didn't know you could stop being a god.

You can stop being anything. ~ Neil Gaiman,
898:People populate the darkness; with ghosts, with gods, with electrons, with tales. ~ Neil Gaiman,
899:Short stories are tiny windows into other worlds and other minds and other dreams ~ Neil Gaiman,
900:That’s as may be. You were her way here, and it’s a dangerous thing to be a door. ~ Neil Gaiman,
901:The converse held reassuringly true: daylight was safe. Daylight was always safe. ~ Neil Gaiman,
902:There is more to it than just, you prosper, your enemies fail,” said Mama Zouzou. ~ Neil Gaiman,
903:Use your blog to connect. Use it as you. Don’t ‘network’ or ‘promote.’ Just talk. ~ Neil Gaiman,
904:We weren't arguing,” said the bear. “Because we can't talk.” Then it said, “Oops. ~ Neil Gaiman,
905:you got a story to tell, and you are the only one who can tell it. Don't give up! ~ Neil Gaiman,
906:all any of them want is money, just money, and nothing more. Little tokens-of-work ~ Neil Gaiman,
907:a novel can best be defined as a long piece of prose with something wrong with it, ~ Neil Gaiman,
908:As C.S. Lewis reminded us, the only people who inveigh against escape are jailers. ~ Neil Gaiman,
909:A story matters only, I suspect, to the extent that the people in the story change ~ Neil Gaiman,
910:El cielo nunca le había parecido tan cielo, y el mundo jamás había sido tan mundo. ~ Neil Gaiman,
911:es en nuestros corazones donde los dioses nacen, y el lugar al que deben regresar… ~ Neil Gaiman,
912:I am fascinated a) by transgressive art and b) what happens beyond the boundaries. ~ Neil Gaiman,
913:I believe that anyone who says that sex is overrated just hasn't done it properly. ~ Neil Gaiman,
914:I believe that anyone who says that sex is overrated just hasn’t done it properly. ~ Neil Gaiman,
915:Information and knowledge: these are currencies that have never gone out of style. ~ Neil Gaiman,
916:My hands shook, but the milk did not touch the milk, and the Universe did not end. ~ Neil Gaiman,
917:Nobody actually looks like what they really are on the inside. You don't. I don't. ~ Neil Gaiman,
918:People would fight over who owns a poisonous desert, if that desert was Jerusalem. ~ Neil Gaiman,
919:The path of memory is neither straight or safe, and we travel down it at our risk. ~ Neil Gaiman,
920:The right song can turn an emperor into a laughingstock, can bring down dynasties. ~ Neil Gaiman,
921:When you dare nothing, at the end of the day, nothing is all you will have gained. ~ Neil Gaiman,
922:You don't have to test everything to destruction just to see if you made it right. ~ Neil Gaiman,
923:And they walked away together through the hole in the wall, back into the darkness, ~ Neil Gaiman,
924:As JRR Tolkien reminded us, the only people who inveigh against escape are jailers. ~ Neil Gaiman,
925:A story only matters, I suspect, to the extent that the people in the story change. ~ Neil Gaiman,
926:As we age, we become our parents; live long enough and we see faces repeat in time. ~ Neil Gaiman,
927:Bence cehennem gittiğin bir yer değil, nereye gidersen git içinde taşıdığın birşey. ~ Neil Gaiman,
928:But I do not actually remember being a monster. I just remember wanting my own way. ~ Neil Gaiman,
929:Eyes will not see you. Minds will not hold you. Where you are is nothing and nobody ~ Neil Gaiman,
930:He tried to look ashamed and succeeded simply in looking pleased with himself. Odin ~ Neil Gaiman,
931:I am grim of mind and wrathful of spirit and I have no desire to be nice to anyone. ~ Neil Gaiman,
932:It's a wonderful thing, as a writer, to be given parameters and walls and barriers. ~ Neil Gaiman,
933:Let's strike while the iron's hot, as the soldier said when he entered the laundry. ~ Neil Gaiman,
934:Most of us find our own voices only after we’ve sounded like a lot of other people. ~ Neil Gaiman,
935:Most of us only find our own voices after we've sounded like a lot of other people. ~ Neil Gaiman,
936:no longer scared of what tomorrow might bring, because yesterday had brought it. It ~ Neil Gaiman,
937:Not only are there no happy endings,” she told him. “There aren’t even any endings. ~ Neil Gaiman,
938:Not only are there no happy endings,' she told him, 'there aren't even any endings. ~ Neil Gaiman,
939:Omnia mutantur, nos et mutamur in illis. Todo cambia, y nosotros cambiamos con ello ~ Neil Gaiman,
940:Once, I was a poet, and, like all poets, I spent too long in the Kingdom of Dreams. ~ Neil Gaiman,
941:Říká se, že příběhy o strašidlech jsou optimistické, protože věří v posmrtný život. ~ Neil Gaiman,
942:The room was freezing. It smelled of people who had gone away to live other lives.. ~ Neil Gaiman,
943:We have potential. Who needs medals? I'd rather have potential than medals any day. ~ Neil Gaiman,
944:Work. Home. The pub. Meeting girls. Living in the city. Life. Is that all there is? ~ Neil Gaiman,
945:You," she told him, "are so full of shit, it's a wonder your eyes don't turn brown. ~ Neil Gaiman,
946:A song can last long after the events and people in it are dust and dreams and gone. ~ Neil Gaiman,
947:But knowledge is there, in the meat,” she said, “and I am resolved to learn from it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
948:But the most important thing for you to understand is this: all things want to open. ~ Neil Gaiman,
949:Closing libraries is the equivalent of eating your seed corn to save a little money. ~ Neil Gaiman,
950:He was not sure what he had been looking for. He only knew that he had not found it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
951:He wondered if this was the bulldozers’ graveyard, where the bulldozers went to die. ~ Neil Gaiman,
952:I felt very much like a hooker who had just been told she was a lady of the evening. ~ Neil Gaiman,
953:If you dare nothing, then when the day is over, nothing is all you will have gained. ~ Neil Gaiman,
954:I made this story up to make me feel better. Now I'm writing it down. It's not true. ~ Neil Gaiman,
955:In Sarasota, Florida, Stephen King reminded me of the joy of just writing every day. ~ Neil Gaiman,
956:No. I'm not the other anything. I'm me.
(Não. Eu não sou outro, nada. Eu sou eu.) ~ Neil Gaiman,
957:Ona sama była wybuchową mieszanką nieprzemyślanych uprzedzeń,zmartwień i konfliktów. ~ Neil Gaiman,
958:The more you know, the harder it is to appreciate the things that once gave you joy. ~ Neil Gaiman,
959:This country would get along much better if people learned how to suffer in silence. ~ Neil Gaiman,
960:was no longer scared of what tomorrow might bring, because yesterday had brought it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
961:Watch out for that pedestrian!" "It's on the street, it knows the risks it's taking! ~ Neil Gaiman,
962:(Who Did No Harm to No Man all the Dais of Her Life. Reader, Can You Say Lykewise?). ~ Neil Gaiman,
963:And I would try and walk far enough away that people would not assume I was with him. ~ Neil Gaiman,
964:Books smell and feel better. They have that wonderful thingness of turning the pages. ~ Neil Gaiman,
965:If I looked inward I would see only infinite mirrors staring into myself for eternity ~ Neil Gaiman,
966:I loved the sound of words, even if I was not entirely certain what all of them meant ~ Neil Gaiman,
967:I'm bored," she said. "Learn how to tap-dance," he suggested, without turning around. ~ Neil Gaiman,
968:It doesn't matter that you didn't believe in us," said Mr. Ibis. "We believed in you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
969:It doesn’t matter that you didn’t believe in us,” said Mr. Ibis. “We believed in you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
970:It is sometimes a mistake to climb. It is always a mistake to never make the attempt. ~ Neil Gaiman,
971:Jerusalem, thought Morrison, was like a deep pool, where time had settle too thickly. ~ Neil Gaiman,
972:Like the newspapers used to say, if the truth isn't big enough, you print the legend. ~ Neil Gaiman,
973:Nice' in a bodyguard is about as useful as the ability to regurgitate whole lobsters. ~ Neil Gaiman,
974:Of course I have to take sides, said Pepper. Everyone has to take sides in something. ~ Neil Gaiman,
975:She intoxicated him: he was breathing her, sensing her through the pores of his skin. ~ Neil Gaiman,
976:The first thing was “I love you” because it’s a good thing to say if you can mean it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
977:There are sneaking,
creeping, crumpling
noises coming from
inside the walls. ~ Neil Gaiman,
978:There was no moon, but the night sky was a riot of crisp and glittering autumn stars. ~ Neil Gaiman,
979:They were not my friends, after all. They were just the people I went to school with. ~ Neil Gaiman,
980:We've had our ups and downs since then, but that's what families have, ups and downs. ~ Neil Gaiman,
981:Who are you?" asked Shadow.
"The hardest part is simply surviving," said the man. ~ Neil Gaiman,
982:You can say, "This is a bad comic." You can't say, "This is bad because it's a comic. ~ Neil Gaiman,
983:a novel can best be defined as a long piece of prose with something wrong with it, and ~ Neil Gaiman,
984:Because,” she said, “when you’re scared but you still do it anyway, that’s brave.” The ~ Neil Gaiman,
985:Before I go into that night where none can follow, there are things I must tell you... ~ Neil Gaiman,
986:He was no longer scared of what tomorrow might bring because yesterday has brought it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
987:It is only a gesture,” he said, turning back to Shadow. “But gestures mean everything. ~ Neil Gaiman,
988:I wonder, Are fictions safe places? And then I ask myself, Should they be safe places? ~ Neil Gaiman,
989:Read the books you love, tell people about authors you like, and don’t worry about it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
990:The truth is, it's not the idea, it's never the idea, it's always what you do with it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
991:Tres pueden guardar un secreto,
si dos de ellos están muertos.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ~ Neil Gaiman,
992:Women survive their men. Men -men like him- don't live long when their women are gone. ~ Neil Gaiman,
993:Writing imaginative tales for the young is like sending coals to Newcastle. For coals. ~ Neil Gaiman,
994:You can't drink the water from the sea, can you? Too salty. Like drinking life's blood ~ Neil Gaiman,
995:You have to finish things - that's what you learn from, you learn by finishing things. ~ Neil Gaiman,
996:You have to finish things — that’s what you learn from, you learn by finishing things. ~ Neil Gaiman,
997:And the tiger opened his mouth and grinned like a hungry god, which is how tigers grin. ~ Neil Gaiman,
998:Bod shrugged. "So?" he said. "It's only death. I mean, all of my best friends are dead. ~ Neil Gaiman,
999:Coraline vestiu seu casaco azul de capuz, seu cachecol vermelho e as galochas amarelas. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1000:Did it hurt?” asked Bod. “Letting the car hit you like that?”

“Yes,” said Silas. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1001:Family is who you survive with when you need to survive - even if you do not like them. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1002:FAT CHARLIE WASN’T CERTAIN THAT HE LIKED FREEDOM. THERE was too much open air involved. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1003:He spun around. She was leaning against the doorframe, like an attractive yawn on legs. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1004:he was no longer scared of what tomorrow might bring, because yesterday had brought it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1005:I have forgotten much, and I will forget more, and in the end I will forget everything. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1006:I loved the sound of the words, even if I was not entirely sure what all of them meant. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1007:It's true what they say, thought Shadow. If you can fake sincerity, you've got it made. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1008:It’s true what they say, thought Shadow. If you can fake sincerity, you’ve got it made. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1009:I want to be alive again," she said. "Not in this half-life. I want to be really alive. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1010:I will show you fear in a handful of dust." -T.S. Eliot #Tagline of series, The Sandman ~ Neil Gaiman,
1011:Life imitates art, but clumsily, copying its movements when it thinks it isn't looking. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1012:Life imitates art, but clumsily, copying its movements when it thinks it isn’t looking. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1013:Nessuno che sia minimamente ragionevole crede ai fantasmi. Sono tutti dei gran bugiardi ~ Neil Gaiman,
1014:She is not waiting. Not quite. It is more that the years mean nothing to her anymore... ~ Neil Gaiman,
1015:She prays she's bought another clutch of days. We save our lives in such unlikely ways. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1016:Tak po prostu działa świat, nie przejmując się przyzwoitością i pragnieniami jednostek. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1017:The joy's gone out of me like the pee from a small boy in a swimming pool on a hot day. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1018:There is nothing in the whole of creation as beautiful as dinosaurs singing in harmony. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1019:We wants you to surprise us and disappoint us and impress and amaze us. Come home, Bod. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1020:What was he waiting for?"
"All I could feel," said Caius Pompeius, "was the waiting. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1021:You must never imagine, that just because something is funny, it is not also dangerous. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1022:you never say no to the opportunity to piss, to eat, or to get half an hour’s shut-eye. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1023:And the truth is not what people want to hear. It's a bad thing, and it troubles people. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1024:Are there any ponies in this?" asked my sister. "I thought there would be ponies by now. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1025:Because,' she said, 'when you're scared but you still do it anyway, that's brave. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1026:Books are special, books are the way we talk to generations that have not turned up yet. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1027:Classic authors should be older than I am, and wiser, and on-top of all their deadlines. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1028:Coraline knew that when grown-ups told you something wouldn’t hurt it almost always did. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1029:FORBIDDEN BRIDES OF THE FACELESS SLAVES IN THE SECRET HOUSE OF THE NIGHT OF DREAD DESIRE ~ Neil Gaiman,
1030:Google can bring you back 100,000 answers. A librarian can bring you back the right one. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1031:Here comes a candle to light you to bed, and here comes a chopper to chop off your head. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1032:He would not die, for only inferior people died, and he was the inferior of no one. Time ~ Neil Gaiman,
1033:Ideas are more difficult to kill than people, but they can be killed, in the end.’ There ~ Neil Gaiman,
1034:I do not know what you were like as a wood-nymph, madam, but you are a magnificent tree. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1035:It must be good,” said Silas, “to have somewhere that you belong. Somewhere that’s home. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1036:It's not the fish you catch, it's the peace of mind you take home at the end of the day. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1037:I wanted to be able to tell the truth without ever needing to worry about the facts. And ~ Neil Gaiman,
1038:One thing I've learned: you can know anything, it's all there, you just have to find it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1039:Our worries, fears and dreams make fantastic stories. Take them with you as you grow up. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1040:The sky was the perfect untroubled blue of a television screen, tuned to a dead channel. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1041:The world always seems brighter when you've just made something that wasn't there before ~ Neil Gaiman,
1042:Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead. —BEN FRANKLIN, POOR RICHARD’S ALMANACK ~ Neil Gaiman,
1043:We do what we do, because of who we are. If we did otherwise, we would not be ourselves. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1044:Where there is a monster, the wise American poet Ogden Nash told us, there is a miracle. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1045:Why are we talking about this good and evil? They're just names for sides. We know that. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1046:For love is no part of the dreamworld. Love belongs to Desire, and Desire is always cruel ~ Neil Gaiman,
1047:hoping each time that she would relent, that he’d hear warmth in her voice. He never did. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1048:I am a poem, or I am a pattern, or a race of people whose world was swallowed by the sea. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1049:I am grim of mind and wrathful of spirit and I have no desire to be nice to anyone,” said ~ Neil Gaiman,
1050:I am not by nature the kind of creator who is transgressive in order to be transgressive. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1051:I had expected it to be bigger, and cleaner, and more colorful. But still, it is a jewel. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1052:I have no plans to love you," said Coraline. "No matter what. You can't make me love you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1053:In the beginning – before the beginning – was the word. And the word was ‘Doctor!’ ~ Neil Gaiman,
1054:I really don't know what "I love you" means. I think it means "Don't leave me here alone. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1055:I really don't know what 'I love you' means. I think it means "Don't leave me here alone. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1056:I started out writing much more science fictiony stuff and writing about science fiction. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1057:I've been inspired by dreams - I've even stolen scenes or images or characters from them. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1058:La naturaleza misma de todo padre es avergonzar a sus hijos por el mero hecho de existir, ~ Neil Gaiman,
1059:Non dormi?"
"Dormire è sopravvalutato. Un vizio che cerco di evitare il più possibile. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1060:Shadow wondered whether the path of comforting lies would have been a better one to walk. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1061:She seemed able to go to sleep whenever she wanted to, a skill I envied and did not have. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1062:The problems with success, frankly, are infinitely preferable to the problems of failure. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1063:There are choices," she thought, when she had sat long enough. "There are always choices. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1064:The world always seems brighter when you've just made something that wasn't there before. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1065:We never went in for that sort of thing. You only need men if you want to breed more men. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1066:What power would hell have if those imprisoned here would not be able to dream of heaven? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1067:When angels go bad they are worse than anyone else. Remember Lucifer used to be an angel. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1068:You're Hell's Angels, then? What chapter are you from?'

'REVELATIONS. CHAPTER SIX. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1069:..and the truth us not what people want to hear. It's a bad thing, and it troubles people. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1070:Are we human because we gaze at the stars or do we gaze at the stars because we are human? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1071:Do not take revenge in the heat of the moment. Instead, wait until the hour is propitious. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1072:For love is no part of the dreamworld. Love belongs to Desire, and Desire is always cruel. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1073:he was no longer scared of what tomorrow might bring, because yesterday had brought it. It ~ Neil Gaiman,
1074:IDEAS SPRING UP WHERE YOU DO NOT EXPECT THEM, LIKE WEEDS, AND ARE AS DIFFICULT TO CONTROL. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1075:If you’re making mistakes it means you’re out there doing something.

Make Good Art ~ Neil Gaiman,
1076:I make art, sometimes I make true art, and sometimes it fills the empty places in my life. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1077:I really don't know what 'I love you' means. I think it means 'Don't leave me here alone'. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1078:It doesn’t matter that you didn’t believe in us,” said Mr. Ibis. “We believed in you.” The ~ Neil Gaiman,
1079:It has been said that civilization is twenty-four hours and two meals away from barbarism. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1080:It is sometimes a mistake to climb; it is always a mistake never even to make the attempt. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1081:Organizing gods is like herding cats into straight lines. They don't take naturally to it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1082:Organizing gods is like herding cats into straight lines. They don’t take naturally to it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1083:Pan Croup uśmiechnął się szeroko, ukazując zęby, które wyglądały jak wypadek na cmentarzu. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1084:They think we grant wishes. If I could grant wishes do you think I would be driving a cab? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1085:Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead. —BEN FRANKLIN, POOR RICHARD’S ALMANACK T ~ Neil Gaiman,
1086:who could think of nothing more embarrassing than being anywhere without an invitation) he ~ Neil Gaiman,
1087:...you never say no to the opportunity to piss, to eat, or to get half an hour’s shut eye. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1088:Adult helplessness destroys children. Or it forces them to become tiny adults of their own. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1089:All too often I write to find out what I think about a subject, not because I already know. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1090:Are we human because we gaze at the stars, or do we gaze at the stars because we are human? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1091:I really don't know what "I love you" means
I think it means "Don't leave me here alone. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1092:I remembered something somebody had once said to me. It's okay. Everyday is freshly ground. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1093:Is the chemical aftertaste the reason why people eat hot dogs, or is it some kind of bonus? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1094:I think the short story is a very underrated art form. We know that novels deserve respect. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1095:It’s true what they say, thought Shadow. If you can fake sincerity, you’ve got it made.   T ~ Neil Gaiman,
1096:Nobody will ever hurt her. She’ll just smile her faint vague wonderful smile and walk away. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1097:no le asustaba lo que el mañana pudiera traerle, porque ya se lo había traído el ayer. Nada ~ Neil Gaiman,
1098:Now there were stars overhead, hanging like frozen spears of light, stabbing the night sky. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1099:Proper bread was white, and pre-sliced, and tasted like almost nothing: that was the point. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1100:Shadow had promised himself a bath when he got out of prison, and Shadow kept his promises. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1101:Sometimes the best way to learn something is by doing it wrong and looking at what you did. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1102:Sometimes you wake up. Sometimes the fall kills you. And sometimes, when you fall, you fly. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1103:They were spells, spelled with words to make worlds, waiting for me, in the pages of books. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1104:Things bloosom in their time. They bud and bloom, blossom and fade. Everything in its time. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1105:Watch out for that pedestrian!"

"It's on the street, it knows the risks it's taking! ~ Neil Gaiman,
1106:As sure as water's wet and days are long and a friend will always disappoint you in the end. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1107:Before that no one thought of us as colored-foreign maybe, exotic and dark, but not colored. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1108:But what the hell do I know? I'm an agnostic episcopalian with a day pass to a Hindu heaven. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1109:DON’T THINK OF IT AS DYING, said Death, JUST THINK OF IT AS LEAVING EARLY TO AVOID THE RUSH. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1110:For me, closing libraries is the equivalent of eating your seed corn to save a little money. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1111:Her other mother smiled brightly and the hair on her head drifted like plants under the sea. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1112:Idris: Are all people like this? The Doctor: Like what? Idris: So much bigger on the inside. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1113:If you dare nothing,
then when the day is over,
nothing is all you will have gained. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1114:I'm bored," she said.

"Learn how to tap-dance," he suggested, without turning around. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1115:I'm going to go home. Everything is going to be normal again. Boring again. Wonderful again. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1116:I'm sure there's an alternate universe where I got to become a pulpy science fiction writer. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1117:I really don't know what "I love you" means.
I think it means "Don't leave me here alone. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1118:I saw her chewing gum, when I was thirteen, and I fell for her like a suicide from a bridge. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1119:It seemed unlikely, but then, from what little I remembered, they shad been unlikely people. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1120:Minden óra sebet ejt rajtad. Az utolsó végez veled. Hol hallotta ezt? Már nem emlékezett rá. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1121:Picking five favorite books is like picking the five body parts you'd most like not to lose. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1122:Picking five favorite books is like picking the five body parts you’d most like not to lose. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1123:Religions are places to stand and look and act, vantage points from which to view the world. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1124:Some things may change," said Wednesday, abruptly. "People, however... People stay the same. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1125:Sure as eggs is eggs,” he said. “As the turkey-farmer said when he hatched his first turtle. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1126:The darkness that he entered this time was deep, and lit by a single star, and it was final. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1127:The search for the word gets no easier but nobody else is going to write your novel for you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1128:The thing was white, and huge, and swollen. Monstrous, thought Coraline, but also miserable. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1129:This is crazy', said Shadow.
Like the rest of your life is sane? Give me a fucking break. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1130:Writing is flying in dreams. When you remember. When you can. When it works. It's that easy. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1131:Writing is flying in dreams. When you remember. When you can. When it works. It’s that easy. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1132:But it’s not later yet,” said Professor Steg. “It’s still now. It won’t be later until later. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1133:Elm, he do brood And oak, he do hate, But the willow-man goes walking, If you stays out late. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1134:Her mother had chosen the Welsh valley of Pant-y-Gyrdl as the ideal site to Return to Nature. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1135:I couldn't get you to the ocean, but there was nothing stopping me bringing the ocean to you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1136:If you have nothing left to want, then you just wait. Until there's nothing left to wait for. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1137:I never saw his wife, not then, nor at any other time. I do not know what color her hair was. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1138:She hugged herself and told herself that she was brave, and she almost believed herself [...] ~ Neil Gaiman,
1139:Siz dünyanın kontrolünüz altında olduğunu sanırken, birden kıyameti sırtınıza yıkıverirler... ~ Neil Gaiman,
1140:The real problem with stories - if you keep them going long enough, they always end in death. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1141:Walk any path in Destiny's garden, and you will be forced to choose, not once but many times. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1142:We get to experience the same thing in very different ways with different parts of ourselves. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1143:We’re going to San Francisco. The flowers in your hair are optional.’ And the line went dead. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1144:You can indeed become lost, in dreams. And you may not always find yourself when you wake up. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1145:You’ve a good heart,” she told him. “Sometimes that’s enough to see you safe wherever you go. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1146:All writers have this vague hope that the elves will come in the night and finish any stories. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1147:Everything created has a beginning, Destiny of the Endless...as everything created has an end. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1148:He’d been an angel once. He hadn’t meant to Fall. He’d just hung around with the wrong people. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1149:Hemos sido inevitablemente retenidos por el mundo. Cuenta con volver a vernos cuando nos veas. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1150:Here’s your evening,’ she said. ‘You can keep it, if you wish. But if I were you, I’d burn it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1151:I believe that anyone who claims to know what's going on will lie about the little things too. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1152:If the Lord gives you a talent toe skill, you have an obligation to use it as best as you can. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1153:It stared at them, and it paused for a hundred years, which transpired in a dozen heart beats. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1154:I wanted to write two thousand words a day, and if I wrote a thousand words a day I was happy. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1155:Loki was not evil, although he was certainly not a force for good. Loki was . . . complicated. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1156:Not forever-after, for Time, the thief, eventually takes all things into his dusty storehouse. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1157:"Some things may change," said Wednesday, abruptly. "People, however... People stay the same." ~ Neil Gaiman,
1158:That's sexism, that is. Going around giving people girly presents just because they're a girl. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1159:When angels go bad, Richard, they go worse than anyone. Remember, Lucifer used to be an angel. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1160:Alexander. If you dare nothing, then when the day is over, nothing is all you will have gained. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1161:...Before that no one thought of us as colored-foreign maybe, exotic and dark, but not colored. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1162:Death is the second oldest of the Endless. It's hard not to love her. She loves you, after all. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1163:How you want your coffee?’ she asked her guests. ‘Here we take it black as night, sweet as sin. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1164:How you want your coffee?” she asked her guests. “Here we take it black as night, sweet as sin. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1165:If the Lord gives you a talent or a skill, you have an obligation to use it as best as you can. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1166:If you're in a dream, and you know it's a dream, then nothing in the dream can hurt you. Right? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1167:Most of the things that "everybody knows" are wrong. The rest are merely unreliable.
Batman ~ Neil Gaiman,
1168:Only the phoenix rises and does not descend. And everything changes. And nothing is truly lost. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1169:Really, he thought, if you couldn't trust a poet to offer sensible advice, who could you trust? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1170:She had a face which was not so much freckled as one big freckle with occasional areas of skin. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1171:There are doors, after all, between the living and the dead, and they swing in both directions. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1172:There's nothing for getting you good fast like having to be good fast, if that makes any sense. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1173:They say this was built by Frank Lloyd Wright's evil twin," said Wednesday. "Frank Lloyd Wrong. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1174:two nutmegs hung upon a string around the neck until the string breaks will cure heart murmurs, ~ Neil Gaiman,
1175:We have an obligation to make things beautiful, to not leave the world uglier than we found it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1176:What are these fundamental principles, if they are not atoms?" "Stories. And they give me hope. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1177:You're f'd up, mister, but you're cool.
I believe that's what they call the human condition ~ Neil Gaiman,
1178:Already it was beginning to feel like something that happened to somebody else, a long time ago. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1179:Because,” announced Tristran, “every lover is in his heart a madman, and in his head a minstrel. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1180:Bricks without straw are more easily made than imagination without memories,’ said Lord Dunsany. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1181:Even dreams, the most delicate and intangible of things, can prove remarkable difficult to kill. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1182:Have you ever got everything you ever wanted? And the realized it wasn't what you wanted at all? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1183:Have you ever had one of those days when something just seems to be trying to tell you somebody? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1184:Honestly, if you're given the choice between Armageddon or tea, you don't say 'what kind of tea? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1185:I figured we could get by on what we got. Not enough to make us happy, but enough to keep going. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1186:It sounded like a piece of blackboard being dragged over the nails of a wall of severed fingers. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1187:It’s what people do. They believe. And then they will not take responsibility for their beliefs; ~ Neil Gaiman,
1188:La persona más valiente que conozco, y eres mi amigo. Me importa un pimiento que seas imaginario ~ Neil Gaiman,
1189:Nothing's ever the same...It's always churning and roiling. And people change as much as oceans. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1190:Religions are places to stand and look and act, vantage points from which to view the world. So, ~ Neil Gaiman,
1191:Someone had scrawled graffiti in black marker on the metal: JUST DIE, it said. Like it was easy. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1192:The old rules are crumbling and nobody knows what the new rules are...so make up your own rules. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1193:When you people finally give up and go home, you can leave us the Budweiser breweries,” he said. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1194:Writers may be solitary but they also tend to flock together: they like being solitary together. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1195:You never learn how to write a novel,” he told me. “You only learn to write the novel you’re on. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1196:You see, the outcome of the battle is unimportant. What matters is the chaos, and the slaughter. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1197:¿Acaso hay alguien en el mundo que no sueñe, que no contenga en su interior mundos no imaginados? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1198:An April breeze ran across the meadow, stirring the bushes and the trees in one long chilly sigh. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1199:Have you ever got everything you ever wanted? And then realized it wasn't what you wanted at all? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1200:Honestly, if you're given the choice between Armageddon or tea, you don't say "what kind of tea?" ~ Neil Gaiman,
1201:If you only write when inspired, you may be a fairly decent poet, but you'll never be a novelist. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1202:It was a heavy feather, but Shadow had a heavy heart, and the scales tipped and swung worryingly. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1203:Não importa a velocidade com que você corra, (...) é impossível ser mais rápido que o pensamento. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1204:Never use five words if you can get away with one, eh? I've known dead men talk more than you do. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1205:Only it doesn’t happen like that in real life! I don’t know what’s happening and I can’t stop it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1206:Political movements, personal movements, all begin with people imagining another way of existing. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1207:Rosies mother was a highly strung bundle of barely thought-through prejudices, worries and feuds. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1208:Shadow felt like a pea being flicked between three cups, or a card being shuffled through a deck. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1209:The cat wrinkled its nose and managed to look unimpressed. “Calling cats,” it confided, “tends to ~ Neil Gaiman,
1210:There are so many fragile things, after all. People break so easily, and so do dreams and hearts. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1211:You musn’t be afraid of the dark.’ ‘I’m not,’ said Shadow. ‘I’m afraid of the people in the dark. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1212:You’re fucked up, mister. But you’re cool.” “I believe that’s what they call the human condition, ~ Neil Gaiman,
1213:And that life is what happens when you’re alive, and that you might as well lie back and enjoy it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1214:Anything electronic seemed fundamentally magical to Shadow, and liable to evaporate at any moment. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1215:Aziraphale felt an icy pit opening under his enthusiasm, and tried to pretend it wasn't happening. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1216:Books were safer than other people anyway. (...) I lived in books more than I lived anywhere else. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1217:but there is a price to be paid for all good places, and a price that all good places have to pay. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1218:Coraline nunca había comprendido qué motivo había llevado a alguien a pintar un cuenco con frutas. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1219:For me, the glory of my first 25 years as a writer was I could put things off as long as I wanted. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1220:He was cold, standing in a wood, talking to a big black bird who was currently brunching on Bambi. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1221:Idris: Are all people like this?
The Doctor: Like what?
Idris: So much bigger on the inside. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1222:I hope you'll make mistakes. If you're making mistakes, it means you're out there doing something. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1223:It is something to which I have given much thought, but about which I have come to no conclusions. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1224:I wanted to shout down to him, to warn him that he was giving flowers to a monster, but I did not. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1225:Shadow had made a face, but he had started to read, and had found himself hooked against his will. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1226:She rode a red motorbike. Not a friendly Honda red; a deep, bloody red, rich and dark and hateful. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1227:she was the adult world with all its power and all its secrets and all its foolish casual cruelty. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1228:town isn’t a town without a bookstore. It may call itself a town, but unless it’s got a bookstore, ~ Neil Gaiman,
1229:We have an obligation to make things beautiful, to not leave the world uglier than we found it. An ~ Neil Gaiman,
1230:What are these fundamental principles, if they are not atoms?"
"Stories. And they give me hope. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1231:And if you cannot be wise, pretend to be someone who is wise, and then just behave like they would. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1232:—¿Es verdad todo esto? ¿Son dioses de verdad? Es todo tan… —se interrumpió y añadió— … inverosímil. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1233:Even in the pettiest, most unpromising material, she had discovered, you could find real treasures. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1234:Everything here is so weak, little girl. Everything breaks so easily. They want such simple things. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1235:His hair was dark and his eyes were dark and he wore black leather gloves of the thinnest lambskin. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1236:I believe in an empty and godless universe of causal chaos, background noise, and sheer blind luck. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1237:If there's one thing that a study of history has taught us, it is that things can always get worse. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1238:I got a son, stupid as a man who bought his stupid at a two-for-one sale, and you remind me of him. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1239:I mean, maybe I am crazy. I mean, maybe. But if this is all there is, then I don't want to be sane. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1240:It's big enough for her," said the cat. "Spiders' webs only have to be large enough to catch flies. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1241:It's not hard to mess things up.
It's a lot harder to try and put the world back together again. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1242:I watch my heart disappearing into her rosebud mouth. My Valentine's jest somehow seems less funny. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1243:I wish being a beekeeper, which I am, gave you a free pass on the carbon footprint, but it doesn't. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1244:Sometimes fiction is a way of coping with the poison of the world in a way that lets us survive it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1245:That's the joy of a harlequinade, after all, isn't it? We change our costumes. We change our roles. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1246:The boy had the towering arrogance only seen in the greatest of artists and all nine-year-old boys. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1247:There’s a lot of time in London, and it has to go somewhere—it doesn’t all get used up at once.” “I ~ Neil Gaiman,
1248:You look divine.” “How the hell else should I look?” she demanded, sweetly. “Anyway, you’re a liar. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1249:You've a good heart. Sometimes that's enough to see you safe wherever you go. But mostly, it's not. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1250:A library is a place that is a repository of information and gives every citizen equal access to it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1251:Children, as I have said, use back ways and hidden paths, while adults take roads and official paths ~ Neil Gaiman,
1252:Everything waited. The night was ending. The world was holding its breath, preparing to begin again. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1253:Have you ever gotten everything you ever wanted? And then realized it wasn't what you wanted at all? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1254:He hoped he would live through this, but he was willing to die if that was what it took to be alive. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1255:If you do not climb, you will not fall. This is true. But is it that bad to fail, that hard to fall? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1256:I kept starting 'Anansi Boys' as a movie and stopping, and eventually wrote the novel and was happy. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1257:Instead we have to understand that even lost and forgotten myths are compost, in which stories grow. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1258:I sat in the dark and thought: There’s no big apocalypse. Just an endless procession of little ones. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1259:It's big enough for her," said the chat. "Spiders' webs only have to be large enough to catch flies. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1260:la alegría y la pena son como la leche y las galletas. Casi no se puede concebir la una sin la otra. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1261:Mister Trod?" said Bod. "Tell me about revenge."

"Dish best served cold." said Nehemiah Trot. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1262:Set your fantasies in the here and now and then, if challenged, claim to be writing Magical Realism. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1263:Talk talk talk. This country would get along much better if people learned how to suffer in silence. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1264:The paths that ghosts follow are written on the land in old words. Ghosts don't take the interstate. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1265:There had been a fat Austrian lady who told us she could leave her head and walk around the ceiling; ~ Neil Gaiman,
1266:When you wake you’ll see the world… face your life – its pain; its pleasure – leave no path untaken. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1267:You musn’t be afraid of the dark.’
‘I’m not,’ said Shadow. ‘I’m afraid of the people in the dark. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1268:You never learn how to write a novel,” he told me. “You only learn to write the novel you’re on.” He ~ Neil Gaiman,
1269:Actually I didn't shoot a man in Reno just to watch him die, but he could tell I was extremely cross. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1270:And because nobody's done it before, they haven't made up rules to stop anyone doing that again, yet. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1271:at a view that promises them seven states on the rare sunny days when the air is perfectly clear. And ~ Neil Gaiman,
1272:Be boring, knowing everything. You have to give all that stuff up if you're going to muck about here. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1273:Calling cats,’ it confided, ‘tends to be a rather overrated activity. Might as well call a whirlwind. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1274:Calling cats,” it confided, “tends to be a rather overrated activity. Might as well call a whirlwind. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1275:Children, as I have said, use back ways and hidden paths, while adults take roads and official paths. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1276:É mais difícil matar uma ideia do que uma pessoa, mas, no fim das contas, ideias também podem morrer. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1277:Gerçek hayat katlanamayacağım kadar zorlaştığında kitaplara sığınırım.

Çev. Zeynep Heyzen Ateş ~ Neil Gaiman,
1278:He hoped he would live through this, but he was willing to die, if that was what it took to be alive. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1279:He's a little bit dodgy in the same way that rats are a little bit covered in fur but he'll be there. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1280:He was a creature of hope. For dreams are hopes, and echoes of hopes. And I am a creature of despair. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1281:I don't see why it matters what is written. Not when it's about people. It can always be crossed out. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1282:I don’t think even Gran could take it out of you without hurting your heart. And you need your heart. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1283:It’s easy, said someone in the back of his head. There’s a trick to it. Either you do it, or you die. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1284:It's memory, you see," said Anathema. "It works backwards as well as forwards. Racial memory, I mean. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1285:Most books I write because I realize there's a book sized hole in the universe and I want to fill it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1286:The real world has no obligation to be convincing, so it throws up some very weird moments sometimes. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1287:There’s no Hell to spite the sinners. There’s no Heaven for the blessed. God is not what you imagine. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1288:There was something he wanted to say to Laura, and he was prepared to wait until he knew what it was. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1289:We draw our lines around these moments of pain, and remain upon our islands, and they cannot hurt us. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1290:We who make stories know that we tell lies for a living. But they are good lies that say true things. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1291:Y entonces ella despertó." Siempre he odiado que una historia acabe así. Hace que me sienta engañada. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1292:Yes, you're right. It's part of growing up, I suppose. You always have to leave something behind you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1293:you are young and in love, every young man in your position, is the most miserable man who ever lived ~ Neil Gaiman,
1294:You could fire a machine gun randomly through the pages of Lord of the Rings and never hit any women. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1295:Adam didn’t read any comics at all. They never lived up to the kind of things he could do in his head. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1296:And there is the place named after its ruler: Hel, where the dead go who did not die bravely in battle ~ Neil Gaiman,
1297:Anyone who calls you "little lady" has already excluded you from the set of people worth listening to. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1298:Anyone who calls you ‘little lady’ has already excluded you from the set of people worth listening to. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1299:A veces, sucede lo imposible. Y cuando esto ocurre, la mayoría de la gente se limita a hacerle frente. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1300:But she knew also that it would not be wise to begin her life with Tristan by arguing with his mother. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1301:I don't think you should ever insult people unintentionally: if you're doing it, you ought to mean it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1302:If you survive in battle, it is with Odin's grace, and if you fall, it is because he has betrayed you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1303:I have always felt,” he said, “that violence was the last refuge of the incompetent, and empty threats ~ Neil Gaiman,
1304:I knew enough about adults to know that if I did tell them what had happened, I would not be believed. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1305:I lay on the bed and lost myself in stories. I liked that. Books were safer than other people anyways. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1306:I'm a troll," he said. Then he paused, and added, more or less as an afterthought, "Fol rol de ol rol. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1307:I'm writing. The pages are starting to stack up. My morale is improving the more I feel like a writer. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1308:It's the strangest thing about poetry: you can tell it's poetry, even if you don't speak the language. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1309:It was not that he was feckless, more that he had simply not been around the day they handed out feck. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1310:Reading fiction builds empathy. You learn that everybody else out there in the world is a me, as well. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1311:The first thing was “I love you,” because it’s a good thing to say if you can mean it, and Shadow did. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1312:The old rules are crumbling and nobody knows what the new rules are.

So make up your own rules. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1313:There will always be people who are much better at doing this or doing that, but you are the only you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1314:The ties of blood," said Spider, "are stronger than water." Water's not strong," objected Fat Charlie. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1315:Things. They came up. That what things do. They come up. I can't be expected to keep track of them all ~ Neil Gaiman,
1316:We all not only could know everything. We do. We just tell ourselves we don't to make it all bearable. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1317:We wrapped our dreams in words and patterned the words so that they would live forever, unforgettable. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1318:When people do nice things, you should always say thank you. it makes life an awful lot easier. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1319:Why didn’t adults want to read about Narnia, about secret islands and smugglers and dangerous fairies? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1320:Yes, you're right. It's part of growing up, I suppose. You always have to leave something behind you.ü ~ Neil Gaiman,
1321:You will learn more from a glorious failure than ever you will from something that you never finished. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1322:And, too ignorant to be scared, too young to be awed, Tristan Thorn traveled beyond the fields we know. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1323:But between now and then, there was Life; and Bod walked into it with his eyes and his heart wide open. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1324:He was drowning in the Time, could feel it crushing him, like an ancient forest being crushed into oil. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1325:He was standing on the pavement outside Nick Farthing's house, his face damp from the thick night mist. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1326:I can dance like an angel, fight like a cornered bear, plan better than a fox, sing like a nightingale… ~ Neil Gaiman,
1327:I could not have told you how old she was, which was one of the things about girls I had begun to hate. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1328:[I spent] much of my time reminding Matt Groening that I really need to be a head in a jar on Futurama. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1329:I think…that I would rather recollect a life misspent on fragile things than spent avoiding moral debt. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1330:Sometimes fiction is a way of coping with the poison of the world in a way that lets us survive it. And ~ Neil Gaiman,
1331:Stories are made up by people who make them up. If they work, they get retold. There's the magic of it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1332:There is hope for you,’ said the Queen. ‘You believe you are my only hope, but, truthfully, I am yours. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1333:This is a roadside attraction,' said Wednesday. 'One of the finest. Which means it is a place of power. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1334:You get on with your own life. Lettie gave it to you. You just have to grow up and try and be worth it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1335:and because when she slept it did not hurt, she allowed sleep to embrace her like a comfortable blanket. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1336:And he reports the battle news, and then says, ‘Oh, and by the way, Pan wants you to build him a temple. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1337:As far as I'm concerned, the entire reason for becoming a writer is not having to get up in the morning. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1338:But you aren’t in the chair now, are you, dear?” said September, an elegant creature of mock solicitude. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1339:Elegantly accomplished," said Nehemiah Trot. "I shall compose an Ode. Would you like to stay and listen? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1340:Go,” said Wednesday, his voice a reassuring growl. “All is well, and all is well, and all shall be well. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1341:He’s traveled so far beyond right and wrong he couldn’t see them with a telescope on a nice clear night, ~ Neil Gaiman,
1342:I don’t know what it’s like to read this book. I only know what it was like to live the writing of it. I ~ Neil Gaiman,
1343:Is there any person in the world who does not dream? Who does not contain within them worlds unimagined? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1344:I think there should be an Occupy Gallifrey. Because 0.000001% of the people have 99.99999% of the Time. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1345:The best way to show people true things is from a direction that they had not imagined the truth coming. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1346:The only advice I can give you is what you're telling yourself. Only, maybe you're too scared to listen. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1347:There are a number of paths that lead to this place. I have been avoiding them for some small time, now. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1348:There are those who have suggested that the tendency of a cat to play with its prey is a merciful one... ~ Neil Gaiman,
1349:Un relato solo importa, sospecho, en la medida en que los sucesos que narra cambian a sus protagonistas. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1350:We should do our best to satisfy your interests in stories and books and the world. There are libraries. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1351:Why didn’t adults want to read about Narnia, about secret islands and smugglers and dangerous fairies? I ~ Neil Gaiman,
1352:Why us, goddammit? Why are you doing this stuff to us? You're going to kill us!"
"Why? Because I can. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1353:And, too ignorant to be scared, too young to be awed, Tristan Thorn traveled beyond the fields we know... ~ Neil Gaiman,
1354:But that's how it goes; you think you're on top of the world, and suddenly they spring Armageddon on you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1355:I couldn't get you to the ocean," she said. "But there was nothing stopping me bringing the ocean to you. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1356:I cross two fingers, a binary precaution against hex, effective as superconductor or simple superstition. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1357:If not for Death, they'd be content to simply exist, but with Death, well, their lives will have meaning. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1358:I lay on the bed and lost myself in the stories. I liked that. Books were safer than other people anyway. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1359:I made a list of inventions the world would be better off without and, one by one, I uninvented them all. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1360:I opened the door. “Don’t do that,” said a green, globby person. “You’ll let the space-time continuum in. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1361:It’s not easy to believe.” “I,” she told him, “can believe anything. You have no idea what I can believe. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1362:La Libertad — bramó Wednesday — es una ramera con la que hay que acostarse sobre un colchón de cadáveres. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1363:Life is always going to be stranger than fiction, because fiction has to be convincing, and life doesn't. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1364:Ludzie przybierają kształty otaczających ich pieśni i historii, zwłaszcza jeśli nie mają własnych pieśni. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1365:One thing he had learned early, you do your own time in prison. You don’t do anyone else’s time for them. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1366:said
she’s gone
but I’m alive, I’m alive
I’m coming in the graveyard
to sing you to sleep now ~ Neil Gaiman,
1367:Stories are the lies that we need to make sense of our world and for our existence not to be meaningless. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1368:There is a game in England, or there was when I was growing up, called What’s the Time, Mister Wolf? It’s ~ Neil Gaiman,
1369:There is nothing down here,' said the pale thing indistinctly. 'Nothing but dust and damp and forgetting. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1370:There’s nothing quite like the glorious serendipity of finding a book you didn’t know you wanted to read. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1371:The ties of blood," said Spider, "are stronger than water."
Water's not strong," objected Fat Charlie. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1372:TODO FINAL ES UN NUEVO COMIENZO. TU NÚMERO DE LA SUERTE NO ES NINGUNO. TU COLOR DE LA SUERTE ESTÁ MUERTO. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1373:Truly, life is wasted on the living, Nobody Owens. For one of us is too foolish to live, and it is not I. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1374:We have the right, and the obligation, to tell old stories in our own ways, because they are our stories. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1375:What a refreshing mind you have, young man. There really is nothing quite like total ignorance, is there? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1376:when something goes wrong, the first thing I always think is, it is Loki’s fault. It saves a lot of time. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1377:Will eventually grow up and get a real job. Until then, will keep making things up and writing them down. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1378:You don't get heaven or hell. Do you know the only reward you get for being Batman? You get to be Batman. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1379:You’re alive. That means you have infinite potential. You can do anything, make anything, dream anything. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1380:All the songs I have written for the mice go oompah oompah. But the white mice will only play toodle oodle ~ Neil Gaiman,
1381:And there never was an apple, in Adam's opinion, that wasn't worth the trouble you got into for eating it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1382:Can you give us the recipe for the Hempstocks’ lemon pancakes? Please don’t let that part be make-believe. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1383:Fiction takes us to places that we would never otherwise go, and puts us behind eyes that are not our own. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1384:I'll show you an imaginative re-creation, my fist imaginatively re-creating your fucken face for starters. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1385:I take it this is some obscure West Indian usage of the word 'similar' which means 'nothing at all alike'? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1386:I think...that I would rather recollect a life mis-spent on fragile things than spent avoiding moral debt. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1387:Morfeo: Ho quasi l'età dell'universo, ma finora non ho mai conosciuto la felicità eterna.

(pag. 21) ~ Neil Gaiman,
1388:She could say that she teaches because she is grateful to be alive, and she is: she has seen too many die. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1389:She sat by the side of the road, in the snow, all bodiless and afraid, waiting for the happiness to start. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1390:That’s the miracle of America. Freedom to believe means the freedom to believe the wrong thing, after all. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1391:Tomorrow may be hell, but today was a good writing day, and on the good writing days nothing else matters. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1392:Waarom wilden volwassenen niet lezen over Narnia, over geheime eilanden, smokkelaars en gevaarlijke elfen? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1393:What's in a name?" asked Miss Forcible. "That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1394:Why didn't you warn us about it?' asked Richard.
'That was not our responsibility.'
Richard snorted. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1395:You're brave. You are the bravest person I know, and you are my friend. I don't care if you are imaginary. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1396:You wouldn't want to make a universe angry. I bet an angry universe would look at you with eyes like that. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1397:You wouldn’t want to make a universe angry. I bet an angry universe would look at you with eyes like that. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1398:Ela não te quer mal - sussurrou uma voz fantasma em seu ouvido. - Mas não acreditamos que queria te ajudar. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1399:For as soon as something becomes impossible it slipslides out of belief entirely, whether it’s true or not. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1400:He undertook to overtake
The road was on a bend
From now on the Undertaker
Is his only friend ~ Neil Gaiman,
1401:If a Devil is one who dares, when others hold back, then I am happy to play the Devil in this Mystery, boy. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1402:If you read enough Lionel Fanthorpe, your brain starts to turn to jelly and just dribbles out of your ears. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1403:If you want to imagine the future, imagine a boy and his dog and his friends. And a summer that never ends. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1404:I’m very clever,’ said the Doctor. It was a good line, and he was determined to use it as much as possible. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1405:I’m very clever,” said the Doctor. It was a good line, and he was determined to use it as much as possible. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1406:People couldn’t become truly holy, he said, unless they also had the opportunity to be definitively wicked. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1407:She really was pretty, for a grown-up, but when you are seven, beauty is an abstraction, not an imperative. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1408:Somebody on the Internet thinks what you do is stupid or evil, or it's all been done before? Make good art. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1409:sonreía como si lo encontrara todo increíblemente divertido —demasiado divertido, de un modo algo perverso. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1410:There are people who think that things that happen in fiction do not really happen. These people are wrong. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1411:There’s no Hell to spite the sinners.
There’s no Heaven for the blessed.
God is not what you imagine. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1412:Think of us as symbols—we’re the dream that humanity creates to make sense of the shadows on the cave wall. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1413:This is the only country in the world,” said Wednesday, into the stillness, “that worries about what it is. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1414:Was mache ich hier eigentlich?", fragte Shadow. "In Lakeside, meine ich. Nicht auf der Welt im Allgemeinen. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1415:Znacznie łatwiej jest nie wierzyć w coś, kiedy to coś nie patrzy na ciebie i nie wypowiada twojego imienia. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1416:Anyone who calls you ‘little lady’ has already excluded you from the set of people worth listening to.” They ~ Neil Gaiman,
1417:For some, it was easier to take the leap from the leafless tree and dance on nothing until dancing was done. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1418:Fuck you," said Czernobog. "Fuck you and fuck your mother and fuck the fucking horse you fucking rode in on. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1419:Fuck you,' said Czernobog. 'Fuck you and fuck your mother and fuck the fucking horse you fucking rode in on. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1420:He imagined a future in which he could read everything, in which all stories could be opened and discovered. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1421:I don't miss childhood, but I miss the way I took pleasure in small things, even as greater things crumbled. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1422:I imagine the world dividing into the people who want to feed their children, and the ones shooting at them. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1423:I think you're doing better than you were the last time we saw you. You're growing a new heart, for a start. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1424:Nobody drank from the well but Mimir himself. He said nothing: seldom do those who are silent make mistakes. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1425:One of the best cures for a reluctant reader, after all, is a tale they cannot stop themselves from reading. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1426:People imagine, and people believe: and it is that belief, that rock-solid belief, that makes things happen. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1427:Stories may well be lies, but they are good lies that say true things, and which can sometimes pay the rent. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1428:The biggest difference between England and America is that England has history, while America has geography. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1429:There are choices, she thought, when she had sat long enough. There are always choices.

She made one. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1430:There are little pockets of old time in London, where things and places stay the same, like bubble in amber. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1431:There was a skyness to the sky and a nowness to the world that he had never seen or felt or realized before. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1432:There was still the wreckage of that man in there somewhere. That was what made him so terrible, and so sad. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1433:There were bad guys on flying manhole covers after me, and a guy with an armored crotch and a mirrored face. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1434:They say that cigarettes will kill you, eventually. Fine. That's just fine. I only wish they'd do it faster. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1435:You are ignorant, boy,” said Miss Lupescu. “This is bad. And you are content to be ignorant, which is worse. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1436:You are young, and in love. Every young man in your position is the most miserable young man who ever lived. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1437:But you stayed where you were meant to be, and you didn't listen to them. Well done. That's quality, that is. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1438:Can I help you?" said the footman. Richard had been told to fuck off and die with more warmth and good humor. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1439:Can I help you?” said the footman. Richard had been told to fuck off and die with more warmth and good humor. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1440:Daba la sensación de que no eran las luces las que se apagaban, sino que era la oscuridad la que se encendía. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1441:I do not miss childhood, but I miss the way I took pleasure in small things, even as greater things crumbled. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1442:If this was the afterlife, he thought, it was a lot like the House on the Rock: part diorama, part nightmare. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1443:If we just told the story simply and easily, then even a television executive would be able to understand it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1444:It occurred to me then that the man might not be mad; I found this far more disquieting than the alternative. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1445:It's harder to pick and choose when you're dead. It's like a photograph, you know. It doesn't matter as much. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1446:I went away in my head, into a book. That was where I went whenever real life was too hard or too inflexible. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1447:Lograré mi libertad el día que la luna pierda a su hija, si eso ocurre una semana en que coincidan dos lunes. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1448:She's realized the real problem with stories -- if you keep them going long enough, they always end in death. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1449:The ball of dark fur pressed itself into my chest, and I wished she was my kitten, and knew that she was not. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1450:There aren't any good guys, and there aren't any bad guys. There's just us. People. Doing our best to get by. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1451:There's a lot of things it's hard to forgive, but then one day you turn around and you've got no family left. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1452:You don't get explanations in real life. You just get moments that are absolutely, utterly, inexplicably odd. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1453:You eternals have long lives, but short memories. The changing people have short lives, but we do not forget. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1454:You know I love you,' said the other mother flatly. 'You have a very funny way of showing it,' said Coraline. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1455:You people have names. That's because you don't know who you are. We know who we are, so we don't need names. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1456:Agnes was the worst prophet that's ever existed. Because she was always right. That's why the book never sold. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1457:Always good to remember when you're making art. You don't have to like it, just be ready to do the next thing. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1458:Bod quite liked crows. He thought they were funny and he liked the way they helped to keep the graveyard tidy. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1459:Can I help you?’ said the footman. Richard had been told to fuck off and die with more warmth and good humour. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1460:He couldn't understand how he had failed to see them before. Old age he though; he would soon be twenty-three. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1461:He had done as his dreams had told him, but dreams know more than they reveal, even to the wisest of the gods. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1462:I can tell you this, you never say no to the opportunity to piss, to eat, or to get an half-hour's shut eye... ~ Neil Gaiman,
1463:I felt like a Porsche that had learned it wasn't a bicycle anymore but was still taking part in bicycle races. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1464:It’s easier to say true things in the dark. Spider said, “You know what doesn’t make sense here?” “Everything? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1465:Listen, gods die when they are forgotten. People too. But the land’s still here. The good places, and the bad. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1466:Looking back over a lifetime, you see that love was the answer to everything,’ Ray said once, in an interview. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1467:Looking back over a lifetime, you see that love was the answer to everything,” Ray said once, in an interview. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1468:Nothing I did where the only reason for doing it was the money was ever worth it, except as bitter experience. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1469:Potentially evil. Potentially good, too, I suppose. Just this huge powerful potentiality waiting to be shaped. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1470:Seemed that year that the only way that winter would end was if somebody hammered a stake through its heart”). ~ Neil Gaiman,
1471:Sometimes I suspect that we build our traps ourselves, then we back into them, pretending amazement the while. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1472:Then he smiled, like a cat who had just been entrusted with the keys to a home for wayward but plump canaries. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1473:They are actors playing parts that are real only for us; they are the masks behind which we see our own faces. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1474:violence is the last refuge of the incompetent, and empty threats the final sanctuary of the terminally inept. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1475:waiting was a sin against both the time that was still to come and the moments one was currently disregarding. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1476:When something looks enough like something else that people watching don't know what it is they're looking at. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1477:You play your cards so close to your chest," said Shadow, "that I'm not even sure they're really cards at all. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1478:Your boy will break it, or waste it, or lose it. They all do." "Nonetheless," said the star, "he has my heart. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1479:You're always you, and that don't change, and you're always changing, and there's nothing you can do about it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1480:You’re always you, and that don’t change, and you’re always changing, and there’s nothing you can do about it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1481:A vuelo de pájaro, era el reino más cercano al de la reina,
pero ni siquiera los pájaros volaban sobre él". ~ Neil Gaiman,
1482:He had gone beyond the world of metaphor and simile into the place of things that are, and it was changing him. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1483:I don’t see what’s so triffic about creating people as people and then gettin’ upset ’cos they act like people, ~ Neil Gaiman,
1484:I don't want whatever I want. Nobody does. What kind of fun would it be if I just got everything I ever wanted? ~ Neil Gaiman,
1485:If you have something specific and visible to fear, rather than something that could be anything, it is easier. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1486:I see libraries and librarians as frontline soldiers in the war against illiteracy and the lack of imagination. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1487:It does not matter where you come from, if you walk toward the truth you will reach it, whatever path you take. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1488:IT IS SAID THAT THE DEVIL HAS ALL THE BEST TUNES. This is broadly true. But Heaven has the best choreographers. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1489:It’s a good thing to have friends with more houses than they have bodies, especially if they’re happy to share. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1490:I want to write a play. I'd like to do an original musical. I should probably put together a poetry collection. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1491:I went away in my head, into a book. That was where I went whenever real life was too hard or too inflexible. I ~ Neil Gaiman,
1492:Liberty,” boomed Wednesday, as they walked to his car, “is a bitch who must be bedded on a mattress of corpses. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1493:Liberty," boomed Wednesday, as they walked to the car, "is a bitch who must be bedded on a mattress of corpses. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1494:Liberty,” boomed Wednesday, as they walked to the car, “is a bitch who must be bedded on a mattress of corpses. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1495:No fui un niño feliz, aunque en ocasiones estaba contento. Vivía en los libros más que en cualquier otra parte. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1496:No problem,” I said with all the confidence of a lemming who thinks he’s headed for a nice day at the seashore. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1497:She said we all not only could know everything. We do. We just tell ourselves we don't to make it all bearable. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1498:Sleep my little babby-oh
Sleep until you waken
When you wake you’ll see the world
If I’m not mistaken… ~ Neil Gaiman,
1499:Somos pájaros del hambre. Hemos devorado palacios, mundos, reyes y estrellas. Podemos quedarnos donde queramos. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1500:The house smelled musty and damp, and a little sweet, as if it were haunted by the ghosts of long-dead cookies. ~ Neil Gaiman,

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Robot Wars (1997 - 2003) - In each heat, six robots knock several different colours of engine oil out of each other in order to find a winner to go forward to the finals. To do this, two robots are eliminated in the first two rounds and the other three are knocked out individually, leaving one left who is the winner.
Swap Shop (1976 - 1981) - At 9.30am on Saturday, 2 October 1976, the face of Saturday morning television changed forever as the BBC launched The Multi-Coloured Swap Shop.
Spiral: The Bonds of Reasoning (2002 - 2003) - a twenty-five episode anime television series broadcast on TV Tokyo from October 1, 2002 until March 25, 2003. The anime is licensed in Region 1 by Funimation, who released it on DVD and broadcast it on the Funimation Channel, along with the programming block on Colours TV in 2006. The series was al...
Sunny day (2017 - Current) - a Canadian-British animated children's television series produced by Silvergate Media. The series revolves around Sunny (voiced by Lilla Crawford), a hairdresser who runs her own salon with the help of her talking dog Doodle (Rob Morrison), hair colourist Rox (lan Luz Rivera), and receptionist Blai...
Allsorts (1991 - 1994) - Allsorts (also named Gigglish Allsorts) was a Childrens television show that was broadcasted from 1991 to 1994 on CITV, made by Granada Television. It consitied of five main characters, who live in a brightly decorated house with everything in a different colour. It had a worktop, a main sofa and co...
Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings (2002 - 2003) - The magical adventures of a six-year-old boy with a vivid imagination and a unique talent: everything he draws comes to life in the Land of Chalk Drawings - a colourful world of his own creation! After Simon draws something on his chalkboard, he climbs a ladder and jumps over a fence into the Land o...
Trooping the Colour (1951 - Current) - Every year since 1951, BBC1 in the UK has been televising live coverage of Britian's Trooping the Colour: the British Queen's Birthday Parade.
The Eggs (2004 - 2008) - The Eggs follows the colourful adventures of the four anthropomorphic egg college graduates as they continue their mission through the Loonyverse to search out valuable new sounds for their music-loving home planet of Kazoo.
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End(2007) - To control the oceans for E. I. Co., Lord Cutler Beckett executes anyone associated with piracy and uses Davy Jones to destroy all pirate ships on the seas. Condemned prisoners sing "Hoist the Colours" to prompt the nine pirate lords of the Brethren Court to convene at Shipwreck Cove; however, the l...
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Blue Is the Warmest Colour (2013) ::: 7.7/10 -- La vie d'Adle (original title) -- Blue Is the Warmest Colour Poster -- Adle's life is changed when she meets Emma, a young woman with blue hair, who will allow her to discover desire and to assert herself as a woman and as an adult. In front of others, Adle grows, seeks herself, loses herself, and ultimately finds herself through love and loss. Director: Abdellatif Kechiche
Colourful (2010) ::: 7.4/10 -- Karafuru (original title) -- Colourful Poster A sinful spirit is granted the opportunity to prove worthy for rebirth, inhabiting the body of a student who killed himself. Director: Keiichi Hara Writers: Eto Mori (novel), Miho Maruo (screenplay) Stars:
The Colours of Infinity (1995) ::: 7.7/10 -- Not Rated | 52min | Documentary | TV Movie -- Arthur C. Clarke presents this unusual documentary on the mathematical discovery of the Mandelbrot Set (M-Set) in the visually spectacular world of fractal geometry. This show relates the ... S Director: Nigel Lesmoir-Gordon Writers: Arthur C. Clarke, Nigel Lesmoir-Gordon Stars:
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Kangaeru Renshuu -- -- - -- 1 ep -- Original -- Dementia -- Kangaeru Renshuu Kangaeru Renshuu -- The description of Suwami Nogami's minimalistic line drawing piece, Imagination Practice, calls it an unending "thought loop". It depicts an artist sitting in front of a window with a self-portrait, like a miniature mirror image, on the desk in front of him. The window frame and the blue sky filled with moving clouds are in colour, but the figure of the artist is not coloured in. The soundtrack sounds like a skipping record that is punctuated by humourous springing noises (a la Bugs Bunny) as the image 'bounces' in an unending loop from the establishing shot into the "drawing." A philosophical piece, Imagination Practice considers the circular dialogue between an artist and his work. -- -- (Source: Midnight Eye) -- Movie - ??? ??, 2003 -- 483 4.27
Omoi, Omoware, Furi, Furare -- -- A-1 Pictures -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Drama Romance School Shoujo -- Omoi, Omoware, Furi, Furare Omoi, Omoware, Furi, Furare -- Yuna and Akari are two high school girls with very different views on love: Yuna dreams about romance through rose-coloured glasses, while Akari is down-to-earth and practical. Meanwhile, high school boys Kazuomi and Rio also have different views on love: Kazuomi is an airhead who can't grasp the concept of love, while Rio grabs onto any confession as an opportunity—so long as the girl looks cute. Will these four classmates end up leading a youthful romance that meets their expectations? -- -- (Source: MAL News) -- Movie - Sep 18, 2020 -- 27,231 6.72
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20-pair colour code (Australia)
3 Colours Red
5 Colours in Her Hair
A Colour Symphony
A Flash Flood of Colour
A Flash Flood of Colour World Tour
A Guidance from Colour
A Limousine the Colour of Midsummer's Eve
All the Colours of Darkness
A Million Colours
And Now in Colour
Any Colour You Like
Australian Army unit colour patches
Away colours
Basics of blue flower colouration
Basics of white flower colouration
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Blue colour works
Blue Is the Colour
Blue Is the Colour (song)
Blue Is the Warmest Colour
Break the Night with Colour
British Colour Council
Budgerigar colour genetics
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Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour
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Rosy-faced lovebird colour genetics
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Saturday (Ocean Colour Scene album)
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Secret Garden: An Inky Treasure Hunt and Colouring Book
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Three Colours trilogy
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Through Glass Coloured Roses: The Best of the Green Pajamas
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Until the Colours Run
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