Oh, jesus. That’s a brutally beautiful juxtaposition.
And now I am crying again. >.<
Those two pictures made me sadder than anything I’ve heard today.
Last line of a poem in Nimoy’s second-to-last tweet:
“The miracle is this: the more we share the more we have.”
One to beam up.
Goodbye, Mr. Nimoy. And for you, now, the mystery.
“By Grabthar’s hammer, by the suns of Warvan, you shall be avenged.”
One of my favorite Spock scenes. I don’t give a damn that they re-used footage from ST:TMP. To this day, “We are clear and free to navigate” is a benediction in my circles.
“It is a reminder to me that all things end”
Goodbye Spock. We’ll join you in time.
That picture is both beautiful and terribly sad. A true reminder that all things end.
My friend Steve had this to say: “Don’t worry, it’s only temporary. Spock won’t be born for another ~215 years.”
Gene Roddenberry - “In the 24th century there will be no hunger, there will be no greed, and all the children will know how to read.”
Leonard Nimoy was a part of that.
He was one of those figures from my childhood I gained an even deeper appreciation for as I grew older.
He was not always a logical fellow, and I never did care for his music other than just how ‘fun’ It sounded to make. However the guy had a full rich life.
Now only Shatner remains of the trinity.
Sod it, going to go watch star trek now.
I like to think most people who were into the original Star Trek were first-and-foremost Spock fans.