Quotes by Vanna Bonta

How do you feel today?    I feel ...

Vanna Bonta is an American novelist and poet noted for Flight: A Quantum Fiction Novel (1995), the first definitive work that coined the 21st century literary genre "quantum fiction."

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Space is as infinite as we can imagine, and expanding this perspective is what adjusts humankindís focus on conquering our true enemies, the formidable foes: ignorance and limitation.

There is no hospitality like understanding.
The true poem rests between the words.
Popularity is not an indication of quality.
Sex in space is not just a good idea, it's survival.
I'm in love with the whole world.
Penalty is different than punishment, because it offers something with which to regain honor.
I consider myself more exportant than important.
God and I were nude.
Our neighborhood - this solar system, the cosmos, actually - is so much more vast and amazing than the paltry headlines, insanity, and politics crammed at us daily as so-called news. The beauty of the hood and discoveries that await us are deserving of our attention and mandatory to our survival as a species.
I believe Love is the most courageous act of which a human being is capable. The word courage even stems from the root word ‚Äúheart‚ÄĚ (coeur). Scientifically speaking, it is quantifiable only by recognition of its quality.
When we love, we are courageous; and courage has nothing to do with being fearless, it’s about being willing to experience fear, even dread, to do what we must, without guarantee of outcome
Impossible' is not a scientific term.
Our true enemies are: ignorance and limitation.
People who worship only themselves get a slick, polished look -- like monuments. Too bad they had to go so soon
Love is the eternal first breath.
Harmony, rhythm, concision, concinnity are all elements that are epitomized in poetry. Cultivated in poetry, which is the nucleus of the creative impulse, these elemetns serve every art form: acting a character, writing a novel, creating music, dance, sculpture, painting.
The body knows no pain, not like the soul. At least a nerve has limits, a body part a name. But the soul ... the soul ... There is no bandage -- even crying is in vain.
I suppose it would be a lot easier if a training manual were issued at puberty. Chapter One: what your body is feeling isn't necessarily you.