Proverbs by the fictional race
Vulcans from Star Trek.
Live long and prosper.
Amok Time, (1967) Said on many occasions, normally accompanied by salute. Standard reply:
Nothing that is is unimportant.
Challenge your preconceptions, or they will challenge you.
Star Trek: Enterprise, Season 1 Episode 4, Strange New World
Infinite diversity in infinite combination.
Your mind to my mind... your thoughts to my thoughts...
Chant used during Vulcan mind melds; a similar expression was used in # 3 (January 1964) by The X-Men Professor Charles Francis Xavier. Xavier said, "My thoughts are YOUR thoughts, Blob! My will is YOUR will." (pg. 24)
Only Nixon can go to China
May your journey be free of incident.
In accepting the inevitable, one finds peace.
Logic is the cement of our civilization, with which we ascend from chaos, using reason as our guide.
T'Plana-Hath, Matron of Vulcan Philosophy
Wanting is more pleasurable than having.
The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few or the one.
One man can summon the future.
What is, is. (Kaiidth)
Logic dictates that to race a prized stallion one must first break it. Spock Star Trek 2009