"Being a creation of Man, art re-creates Man."
— Naum Gabo
Russian-American sculptor, born August 5, 1890

"Love is a game that two can play and both win."
— Eva Gabor
Hungarian-American actress, born February 11, 1919

"Marriage is too interesting an experiment to be tried only once."
— Eva Gabor
Hungarian-American actress, died July 4, 1995

"I never hated a man enough to give him his diamonds back."
— Zsa Zsa Gabor
Hungarian-American actress, born February 6, 1917

"Macho does not prove mucho."
— Zsa Zsa Gabor
Hungarian-American actress, born February 6, 1917

"One of my theories is that men love with their eyes; women love with their ears."
— Zsa Zsa Gabor
Hungarian-American actress, died December 18, 2016

"You never really know a man until you have divorced him."
— Zsa Zsa Gabor
Hungarian-American actress, born February 6, 1917

"Husbands are like fires - they go out when unattended."
— Zsa Zsa Gabor
Hungarian-American actress, died December 18, 2016

"I think the rhythm is like the spine of the piece. If you change that, then the body that forms around it is changed as well."
— Peter Gabriel
English musician, born February 13, 1950

"As you get older, some top notes drop off and bottom notes appear, which I quite like. You listen to Leonard Cohen or Johnny Cash, and you see the advantage of the lower end."
— Peter Gabriel
English musician, born February 13, 1950

"Studios always seem to be in basements without natural light and with black everything."
— Peter Gabriel
English musician, born February 13, 1950

"When you make music or write or create, it's really your job to have mind-blowing, irresponsible, condomless sex with whatever idea it is you're writing about at the time."
— Lady Gaga
American recording artist, born March 28, 1986

"If you don't have any shadows you're not in the light."
— Lady Gaga
American recording artist, born March 28, 1986

"If I saw the gates of hell open and I stood on the brink of the abyss, I would not despair; I would not lose hope of mercy, because I would trust in you, my God."
— Gemma Galgani
Italian mystic, born March 12, 1878

"Philosophy is written in this vast book, which continuously lies open before our eyes. But it cannot be understood unless we understand the language and recognize the characters in which it is written. It is written in the language of triangles circles, geometrical figures. Without such means, it is impossible for us humans to understand a word of it, and to be without them is to wonder around in vain through a dark labyrinth."
— Galileo Galilei
Italian physicist, astronomer, and philosopher, died January 8, 1642

"Mathematics is the language with which God has written the universe."
— Galileo Galilei
Italian physicist, astronomer, born February 15, 1564

"I stop writing the poem to fold the clothes. No matter who lives or who dies, I'm still a woman. I'll always have plenty to do. I bring the arms of his shirt together. Nothing can stop our tenderness. I'll get back to the poem. I'll get back to being a woman. But for now there's a shirt, a giant shirt in my hands, and somewhere a small girl standing next to her mother watching to see how it's done."
— Tess Gallagher
American poet, born in July 21, 1943

"Now I am thirty-six and I am in Nepal and I am finally remembering what I was told I would forget. The voice inside the mountain speaks to me, tells me again not to be afraid, tells me that there is only love in this world.

Our choice is to be in love or to be in fear. But to choose to be in love means to have a mountain inside of you, means to have the heart of the world inside you, means you will feel another’s suffering inside your own body and you will weep.

You will under­stand that this pain is your own because you are not separate, from life, or from anyone or anything else. But you will fall into a forgetting. You may die before you remember. You will forget that you know this, again and again. Do not be afraid. The body remembers, it never forgets. It is your own knowing that you hide from and do not know."
— China Galland
American author

"From diamonds nothing is born, from dung flowers bloom."
— Andrea Gallo
Italian priest, born July 18, 1928

"With this salt I am shaking the foundations of the British empire."
— Gandhi
Breaks the salt laws, April 6, 1930