Quote by Dick Dale
I don't play pyrotechnic scales. I play about frustration, patience, anger. Music is an extension of my soul.
This quote expresses the refusal to conform to conventional musical style and technique. The speaker rejects the idea of simply playing virtuosic scales for the sake of flashy performance. Instead, they emphasize the importance of conveying emotions, particularly frustration, patience, and anger, through their music. They view music as a means of expressing and extending their innermost self, regarding it as a powerful channel for personal and artistic expression.
What is especially important is addressing the question of how religion can be enforced through political means and what can be done to create a political environment that, on the one hand, acknowledges the role of religion in society, while on the other hand does not impose one religion on the populace at the expense of all others.
Painting is something that takes place among the colors, and one has to leave them alone completely, so that they can settle the matter among themselves. Their intercourse: this is the whole of painting. Whoever meddles, arranges, injects his human deliberation, his wit, his advocacy, his intellectual agility in any way, is already disturbing and clouding their activity.