Quote by Amber Valletta
Art is for entertainment purposes, but it's also to reflect our dreams, our hopes, the present, the future the past - whether it's good or bad.
This quote suggests that art serves not only as a source of entertainment but also as a reflection of various aspects of human existence. Through art, we can communicate our desires, aspirations, and the current circumstances we find ourselves in. It encompasses the spectrum of experiences, whether positive or negative, and offers a means of expressing and processing our shared history, present realities, and future possibilities. Art, in this context, goes beyond mere amusement, serving as a powerful medium to address emotions, reflections, and the complexities of the human condition.
There's a lot of gimmick infringement out there, but that's cool. It's a compliment. But it all started right when I first came into the Garden. I came down to 'Eye of the Tiger' and when I hit the ring with the Sheik, I just put my hand up to my ear by accident, and the crowd got louder. I was like 'Oh, that works.'
The intangible, as you can guess, creates some decidedly strange and perceived dichotomies for scientific interpretations. Ask a scientist what the definition of electricity is and he might rattle off, It is the physical phenomena arising from the reaction of electrons and protons Note the word phenomena in the above statement - it is the key word. It is used as a reference in the philosophical usage rather than as a scientific justification.
It is not merely enough to love literature if one wishes to spend one's life as a writer. It is a dangerous undertaking on the most primitive level. For, it seems to me, the act of writing with serious intent involves enormous personal risk. It entails the ongoing courage for self-discovery. It means one will walk forever on the tightrope, with each new step presenting the possiblity of learning a truth about oneself that is too terrible to bear.
The objects of a financier are, then, to secure an ample revenue; to impose it with judgment and equality; to employ it economically; and, when necessity obliges him to make use of credit, to secure its foundations in that instance, and for ever, by the clearness and candor of his proceedings, the exactness of his calculations, and the solidity of his funds.