the greatest thing a human soul ever does in this world is to see something, and tell what it saw in a plain way. hundreds of people can talk for one who can think, but thousands can think for one who can see. to see clearly is poetry, prophecy, and religion, — all in one. — JOHN RUSKIN
comparison is an act of violence against the self. - IYANLA VANZANT
i always wanted to be a rothko but i always end up feeling like a bacon.
i was as hollow and empty as the spaces between stars. - RAYMOND CHANDLER
there is only one success: to be able to spend your life in your own way. - CHRISTOPHER MORLEY
nate: what about you saying that things happen that leave marks… in people, in space, in time?/brenda: yeah thats physics. energy affecting matter. talking to dead people is delusional./nate:sSo you definitely don’t believe in any kind of a life after death?/brenda: i think people live on through the people they love, and the things they do with their lives.. if they manage to do things with their lives./nate: but that’s it, that’s it? that’s all there is, there’s nothing more, there’s nothing like bigger?/brenda: just energy./nate: but there’s no plan, no-/brenda: no, there’s definetely no plan. just survival. should i have ordered the salmon?/nate: uh, i dont know. how can you live like that? i mean, what if you found out you were gonna die tomorrow?/brenda: i’ve been prepared to die tomorrow since i was six years old./nate: really?/brenda: yeah, pretty much. we never got butter./nate: well why since you were six?/brenda: because i read a report on the effect nuclear war would have on the world and it was pretty clear to me at that point that this was definitely gonna happen./nate: yhen you were six?/brenda: and i wake up every day pretty much surprised that um.. everything is still here./nate: well i dont understand how you can live like that./brenda: well i thought we all did. - SIX FEET UNDER
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edward smith: why is it more of a pleasure to do 30 or 40 pictures than to do just one?/andy warhol: then i can, uh, listen to my soundabout which looks just like the thing that i’m wearing now, and you can listen to opera and stuff like that./edward smith: does that mean you don’t have to think when you’re painting?/andy warhol: no, you can listen to really good music./edward smith: so, what, painting is an excuse to listen to really good music?/andy warhol: oh, yeah.
i should have worn bigger sunglasses.