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One Must Not Always Think That Feeling Is Everything. Art Is Nothing Without Form.
~ Gustave Flaubert
The Art Of Living Is More Like That Of Wrestling Than Of Dancing The Main Thing Is To Stand Firm And Be Ready For An Unseen Attack.
~ Marcus Aelius Aurelius
Keep Your Love Of Nature, For That Is The True Way To Understand Art More And More.
~ Vincent Van Gogh
Thou Art A Man, God Is No More. Thy Own Humanity Learn To Adore.
~ William Blake
Speak The Truth, Do Not Yield To Anger Give, If Thou Art Asked For Little By These Three Steps Thou Wilt Go Near The Gods.
~ The Dhammapada
All Humanity Is Passion; Without Passion, Religion, History, Novels, Art Would Be Ineffectual.
~ Honore De Balzac
Sadistic Excess Attempts To Reach Roughly And By Harshness What Art Reaches By Fineness.
~ Percy Wynham Lewis
Great Art Is As Irrational As Great Music. It Is Mad With Its Own Loveliness.
~ George Jean Nathan
Politics Is The Art Of The Possible. Originally, Die Politik Ist Die Lehre Von M? Glichen.
~ Otto von Bismarck
It Is The Supreme Art Of The Teacher To Awaken Joy In Creative Expression And Knowledge.
~ Albert Einstein
No Form Of Art Goes Beyond Ordinary Consciousness As Film Does, Straight To Our Emotions, Deep Into The Twilight Room Of The Soul.
~ Ingrid Bergman
My Friends And My Road-fellows, Pity The Nation That Is Full Of Beliefs And Empty Of Religion. Pity The Nation That Wears A Cloth It Does Not Weave, Eats A Bread It Does Not Harvest, And Drinks A Wine That Flows Not From Its Own Winepress. Pity The Nation That Acclaims The Bully As Hero, And That Deems The Glittering Conqueror Bountiful. Pity The Nation That Raises Not Its Voice Save When It Walks In A Funeral, Boasts Not Except Among Its Ruins, And Will Rebel Not Save When Its Neck Is Laid Between The Sword And The Block. Pity The Nation Whose Statesman Is A Fox, Whose Philosopher Is A Juggler, And Whose Art Is The Art Of Patching And Mimicking. Pity The Nation That Welcomes Its New Ruler With Trumpetings, And Farewells Him With Hootings, Only To Welcome Another With Trumpetings Again. Pity The Nation Divided Into Fragments, Each Fragment Deeming Itself A Nation.
~ Kahlil Gibran
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