J. Michael Straczinski

A Quote by J. Michael Straczinski on life and death

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I have this theory that the more important and intimate the emotion, the fewer words are required to express it.  For instance in dating: 'Will you go out with me?'  Six words.  'I really care for you.'  Five words.  'You matter to me'  Four words.  'I love you.'  Three words.  'Marry me.'  Two words.  Well, what's left?  What's the one most important and intimate word you can ever say to somebody? 

'Goodbye...'

J. Michael Straczinski

Source: 'Babylon 5, The Lost Tales' DVD, Features Section, Memorial to Andreas Katsulas

Contributed by: Devlyn

A Quote by J. Michael Straczinski on life and death

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"There are people in life, who show you how to live.  There are people in life, who show you how to die."

J. Michael Straczinski

Source: 'Babylon 5, The Lost Tales', DVD, Features section, Memorial to Andreas Katsulas

Contributed by: Devlyn

A Quote by J. Michael Straczinski on age, appreciation, death, destruction, greatness, pride, and youth

Greatness is never appreciated in youth, called pride in midlife, dismissed in old age, and reconsidered in death. Because we cannot tolerate greatness in our midst, we do all we can do destroy it.

J. Michael Straczinski

Source: production#309, episode#53, Point of No Return, Lady Morella, Centauri Emperor Touranne’s widow

Contributed by: Zaady

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