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Develop Interest In Life As You See It In People, Things, Literature, Music - The World Is So Rich, Simply Throbbing With Rich Treasures, Beautiful Souls And Interesting People. Forget Yourself.
~ Henry Mille
If A Man Is Called To Be A Streetsweeper, He Should Sweep Streets Even As Michelangelo Painted Or Beethoven Composed Music Or Shakespeare Wrote Poetry. He Should Sweep Streets So Well That All The Hosts Of Heaven And Earth Will Pause And Say, Here Lived A Great Streetsweeper Who Did His Job Well.
~ Martin Luther King Jr
If A Man Does Not Keep Pace With His Companions, Perhaps It Is Because He Hears A Different Drummer. Let Him Step To The Music He Hears, How Ever Measured Or Far Away.
~ Henry David Thoreau
The Way To Write American Music Is Simple. All You Have To Do Is Be An American And Then Write Any Kind Of Music You Wish.
~ Virgil Thompson
Military Justice Is To Justice What Military Music Is To Music.
~ Georges Clemenceau
A Day Out-of-doors, Someone I Loved To Talk With, A Good Book And Some Simple Food And Music -- That Would Be Rest.
~ Roosevelt, Eleano
We Are The Music Makers, And We Are The Dreamers Of Dreams.
~ Roald Dahl
Words Are The Pen Of The Heart, But Music Is The Pen Of The Soul.
~ Shneur Zalman
The Human Language Is Like A Cracked Kettle On Which We Beat Out A Tune For A Dancing Bear, When We Hope With Our Music To Move The Stars.
~ Gustave Flaubert, Madame Bovary
The Music At A Wedding Procession Always Reminds Me Of The Music Of Soldiers Going Into Battle.
~ Heinrich Heine
He Who Joyfully Marches To Music In Rank And File Has Already Earned My Contempt. He Has Been Given A Large Brain By Mistake, Since For Him The Spinal Cord Would Fully Suffice. This Disgrace To Civilization Should Be Done Away With At Once. Heroism At Command, Senseless Brutality, Deplorable Patriotism, How Violently I Hate All This, How Despicable And Ignoble War Is; I Would Rather Be Torn To Shreds Than Be Part Of So Base An Action! It Is My Conviction That Killing Under The Cloak Of War Is Nothing But An Act Of Murder.
~ Albert Einstein
If A Man Does Not Keep Pace With His Companions, Perhaps It Is Because He Hears A Different Drummer. Let Him Step To The Music Which He Hears, However Measured Or Far Away.
~ Henry David Thoreau, Walden, Conclusion, 1854
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