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The Notes I Handle No Better Than Many Pianists. But The Pauses Between The Notes--ah, That Is Where The Art Resides.
~ Arthur Schnabel
The Great Art Of Giving Consists In This The Gift Should Cost Very Little And Yet Be Greatly Coveted, So That It May Be The More Highly Appreciated.
~ Baltasar Gracian
All Married Couples Should Learn The Art Of Battle As They Should Learn The Art Of Making Love. Good Battle Is Objective And Honest - Never Vicious Or Cruel. Good Battle Is Healthy And Constructive, And Brings To A Marriage The Principle Of Equal Partnership.
~ Ann Landers
Jealousy Is The Art Of Injuring Ourselves More Than Others.
~ Alexandre Dumas
The Aim Of Art Is To Represent Not The Outward Appearance Of Things, But Their Inward Significance.
~ Aristotle
Any Great Work Of Art Revives And Readapts Time And Space, And The Measure Of Its Success Is The Extent To Which It Makes You An Inhabitant Of That World -- The Extent To Which It Invites You In And Lets You Breathe Its Strange, Special Air.
~ Leonard Bernstein
All The World Is Queer Save Thee And Me. And Even Thou Art A Little Queer.
~ Sir Robert Owen
The Most Beautiful Thing We Can Experience Is The Mysterious. It Is The Source Of All True Art And All Science. He To Whom This Emotion Is A Stranger, Who Can No Longer Pause To Wonder And Stand Rapt In Awe, Is As Good As Dead His Eyes Are Closed.
~ Albert Einstein
Is This A Dagger Which I See Before Me, The Handle Toward My Hand? Come, Let Me Clutch Thee. I Have Thee Not, And Yet I See Thee Still. Art Thou Not, Fatal Vision, Sensible To Feeling As To Sight? Or Art Thou But A Dagger Of The Mind, A False Creation, Proceeding From The Heat-oppressed Brain?
~ William Shakespeare, "Macbeth", Act 2 scene 1
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
All Humanity Is Passion; Without Passion, Religion, History, Novels, Art Would Be Ineffectual.
~ Honore De Balzac
Why Art Thou Cast Down, O My Soul? And Why Art Thou Disquieted In Me? Hope Thou In God: For I Shall Yet Praise Him For The Help Of His Countenance.
~ Psalm 42, Book II, Holy Bible
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