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Proverbs by the fictional race Vulcans from Star Trek.

Live long and prosper.
Nothing unreal exists.
Nothing that is is unimportant.
  • Live long and prosper.
    • Leonard Nimoy, "Amok Time", (1967)
    • Said on many occasions, normally accompanied by salute. Standard reply: Peace and long life.
  • Challenge your preconceptions, or they will challenge you.
    • Star Trek: Enterprise, Season 1 Episode 4, "Strange New World"
  • Your mind to my mind... your thoughts to my thoughts...
    • Chant used during Vulcan mind melds; a similar expression was used in The X-Men # 3 (January 1964) by Professor Charles Francis Xavier. Xavier said, "My thoughts are YOUR thoughts, Blob! My will is YOUR will." (pg. 24)
  • We are here to serve.
  • Kaiidth. ("What is, is.")
    • From the novel Dwellers in the Crucible by Margaret Wander Bonanno
  • Logic dictates that to race a prized stallion one must first break it.
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  Creator     Gene Roddenberry  (1921–1991)  
  Television series     Star Trek  (1966–1969) · The Animated Series  (1973–1974) · The Next Generation  (1987–1994) · Deep Space Nine  (1993–1999) · Voyager  (1995–2001) · Enterprise  (2001–2005) · Discovery  (2017–)
  Feature films     The Original Series     The Motion Picture  (1979) · The Wrath of Khan  (1982) · The Search for Spock  (1984) · The Voyage Home  (1986) · The Final Frontier  (1989) · The Undiscovered Country  (1991)  
  The Next Generation     Generations  (1994) · First Contact  (1996) · Insurrection  (1998) · Nemesis  (2002)  
  Reboot series     Star Trek  (2009) · Into Darkness  (2013) · Beyond  (2016)  
  Video games     Borg  (1996) · Klingon Academy  (2000)  
  Proverbs     Klingon · Vulcan  
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