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You Desire To Know The Art Of Living, My Friend? It Is Contained In One Phrase: Make Use Of Suffering.
~ Henri- Fr? d? ric Amiel
The Finest Works Of Art Are Precious, Among Other Reasons, Because They Make It Possible For Us To Know, If Only Imperfectly And For A Little While, What It Actually Feels Like To Think Subltly And Feel Nobly.
~ Aldous Huxley
Literature Is The Art Of Writing Something That Will Be Read Twice; Journalism What Will Be Read Once.
~ Cyril Connolly, Enemies of Promise (1938)
True Art Is Characterized By An Irresistible Urge In The Creative Artist.
~ Albert Einstein
In Human Life, Art May Arise From Almost Any Activity, And Once It Does So, It Is Launched On A Long Road Of Exploration, Invention, Freedom To The Limits Of Extravagance, Interference To The Point Of Frustration, Finally Discipline, Controlling Constant Change And Growth.
~ Susanne Lange
You Desire To Know The Art Of Living, My Friend It Is Contained In One Phrase Make Use Of Suffering.
~ Henri Frdric Amiel
There Is One Art Of Which Man Should Be Master, The Art Of Reflection.
~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge
ARCHITECTURE, N The Art Of How To Waste Space.
~ Philip Johnson
Art Does Not Imitate Life. Art Is Much More Powerful Than That. Art Brings Life Back. And It Does It By Exposing The Secrets We All Carry Inside.
~ Jose Raul Bernardo, The Secret of the Bulls (Simon & Schuster, 1996
Tell Me Not, In Mournful Numbers, Life Is But An Empty DreamFor The Soul Is Dead That Slumbers, And Things Are Not What They Seem. Life Is Real Life Is EarnestAnd The Grave Is Not Its GoalDust Thou Art To Dust Returnest, Was Not Spoken Of The Soul.
~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The Art Of Government Consists In Taking As Much Money As Possible From One Class Of The Citizens To Give To The Other.
~ Voltaire
A Prince Should Therefore Have No Other Aim Or Thought, Nor Take Up Any Other Thing For His Study But War And It Organization And Discipline, For That Is The Only Art That Is Necessary To One Who Commands.
~ Niccolo Machiavelli, The Prince