Threshold Related Quotes

To the man whose senses are alive and alert there is not even the need to stir from one's threshold.

Henry Miller

“Never have I found the limits of the photographic potential. Every horizon, upon being reached, reveals another beckoning in the distance. Always, I am on the threshold.”

W. Eugene Smith

This crisis is not just a crisis. Consumers are understanding for the first time that [their] degree of personal happiness doesn't rise past a certain earnings threshold.

Fernando Rodes Vila

Abortion, however, is a big threshold issue for me because the dominant majority of people in my state are pro-choice, .. I ran as a pro-choice Democrat, and she fills Sandra Day O'Connor's shoes, and they are critical shoes.

Dianne Feinstein

We all watched Al open the door. Turning, he waved to us, then passed the threshold. The door shut behind him. I waited for something to happen. Nothing did. â??This isnâ??t good,â? Quen said. I choked back my burst of laughter, knowing it would come out sounding hysterical.

Kim Harrison

“We see component integration and improvement in the power-performance threshold as requisite to driving form factors below the sweet-spot 100-gram level.”

Chris Ambrosio

We stand on the threshold of a twilight-whether morning or evening we do not know. One is followed by the night, the other heralds the dawn.

Mahatma Gandhi

The tipping point is that magic moment when an idea, trend, or social behavior crosses a threshold, tips, and spreads like wildfire.

Malcolm Gladwell

It's not that any sufficiently advanced technology is magic, it's that any technology taking place beyond the threshold of our senses is.

Nick Harkaway

Pseudoscience is like a virus. At low levels, it's no big deal, but when it reaches a certain threshold it becomes sickening.

Phil Plait