Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass. ~Anton Chekhov
The night walked down the sky with the moon in her hand. ~Frederick L. Knowles
The moon had been observing the earth close-up longer than anyone. It must have witnessed all of the phenomena occurring - and all of the acts carried out - on this earth. But the moon remained silent; it told no stories. All it did was embrace the heavy past with a cool, measured detachment. On the moon there was neither air nor wind. Its vacuum was perfect for preserving memories unscathed. No one could unlock the heart of the moon. ~Haruki Murakami
Yours is the light by which my spirit's born: - you are my sun, my moon, and all my stars. ~E.E. Cummings
Moonlight drowns out all but the brightest stars. ~J.R.R. Tolkien
Tell me the story about how the sun loved the moon so much he died every night to let her breathe. ~Lokesh Fouzdar
If the Sun and Moon should ever doubt, they'd immediately go out. ~William Blake
It enclosed us in its laceries as we watched the moon spill across the Atlantic like wine from an overturned glass. With the light all around us, we felt secret in that moon-infused water like pearls forming in the soft tissues of oysters. ~Pat Conroy
Moonlight is sculpture. ~Nathaniel Hawthorne
There are nights when the wolves are silent and only the moon howls. ~George Carlin
So, we'll go no more a roving So late into the night , Though the heart be still as loving, And the moon be still as bright. ~Lord Byron
If the moon smiled, she would resemble you. You leave the same impression Of something beautiful, but annihilating.~Sylvia Plath
What were your rules for life when you were 18-years-old?
Tolstoy originally wrote his "Rules For Life" when he was 18-years-old. However, he did not necessarily always stick to his rules and added more and refined others as he grew older.
Faena Aleph says: 'His “rules of life” aimed to create an ethical and intellectual set of ideas that would allow him to make the most of his best hours and lend flexibility to his restless spirit, as well as keeping him on the ball.' (source)