"We allow each other so little enjoyment or even tolerance for our individualities, our uniquenesses, and yet to me, that's what it's all about."
— Buffy Sainte-Marie
Canadian-American singer, born February 20, 1941

"When I was three, I didn't play with other kids very much; I was kind of isolated. I got used to be being bullied and having to think my way out of situations in the same way that other kids would fight their way out. Then I discovered a piano, and it became my playmate."
— Buffy Sainte-Marie
Canadian-American singer, born February 20, 1941

"I've always thought that the most powerful weapon in the world was the bomb and that's why I gave it to my people, but I've come to the conclusion that the most powerful weapon in the world is not the bomb but it's the truth."
— Andrei Sakharov
Russian physicist, born May 21, 1921

"It’s not the photographer who makes the picture, but the person being photographed."
— Sebastiao Salgado
Brazilian photographer, born February 8, 1944

"If you take a picture of a human that does not make him noble, there is no reason to take this picture. That is my way of seeing things."
— Sebastiao Salgado
Brazilian photographer, born February 8, 1944

"More than ever, I feel that the human race is one. There are differences of color, language, culture and opportunities, but people's feelings and reactions are alike. People flee wars to escape death, they migrate to improve their fortunes, they build new lives in foreign lands, they adapt to extreme hardship."
— Sebastiao Salgado
Brazilian photographer, born February 8, 1944

"In GENESIS, my camera allowed nature to speak to me. And it was my privilege to listen."
— Sebastiao Salgado
Brazilian photographer, born February 8, 1944

"Well darkness has a hunger that's insatiable, and lightness has a call that's hard to hear."
— Emily Saliers
American singer (Indigo Girls), born July 22, 1963

"If a girl looks swell when she meets you, who gives a damn if she's late?"
— J. D. Salinger
American writer, died January 27, 2010

"I don't exactly know what I mean by that, but I mean it."
— J. D. Salinger
Catcher in the Rye, by published, July 16, 1951

"I am a kind of paranoiac in reverse. I suspect people of plotting to make me happy."
— J. D. Salinger
American writer, died January 27, 2010

"How long should a man's legs be? Long enough to touch the ground."
— J. D. Salinger
American writer, born January 1, 1919

"When asked who owned the polio vaccine patent, Salk replied: There is no patent. Could you patent the sun?"
— Jonas Salk
American medical researcher, born October 28, 1914

"I have had dreams and I have had nightmares, but I have conquered my nightmares because of my dreams."
— Jonas Salk
American medical researcher, died June 23, 1995

"It is always with excitement that I wake up in the morning wondering what my intuition will toss up to me, like gifts from the sea. I work with it and rely on it. It's my partner."
— Jonas Salk
First mass inoculation against polio, began in Pittsburgh, February 23, 1954

"Like a page dipped in ink, your cuff's in my coffee. You have something to tell with unbuttoned sleeves."
— Mary Jo Salter
American poet, born August 15, 1954

"You kind of live and die by the serve."
— Pete Sampras
American tennis player, born August 12, 1971

"When I was writing pretty poor poetry, this girl with midnight black hair told me to go on."
— Carl Sandburg
American poet, died July 22, 1967

"Love your neighbor as yourself; but don't take down the fence."
— Carl Sandburg
American poet, born January 6, 1878

"Poetry is an echo, asking a shadow to dance."
— Carl Sandburg
American poet, born January 6, 1878