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Live long and prosper

Live long and prosper

Leonard Nimoy has died and we shall miss him.

His best known character would say “Live long and prosper.”

We would say “Rest in peace and rise in glory.”

Here Nimoy discusses the origins of the Vulcan greeting:

Posted by Andrew Gerns


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James Mackay

The painting is an adaptation of a portion of Marc Chagall’s ‘Adam et Eve chassés du Paradis’ (1961;

V. Live long and prosper.
R. Peace and long life.

Bro David

אשרי השופט הנכון

JC Fisher

May the Holy One take him to the bosom of Abraham. RIP, and thank you.

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