Quote by Theodor Adorno
Every work of art is an uncommitted crime.
This quote suggests that every work of art has the potential to challenge societal norms and break rules in order to create something unique and innovative. It implies that artists, through their creations, are willing to defy conventions and explore new possibilities, often pushing boundaries and provoking thought. By labeling art as an "uncommitted crime," the quote highlights how artists often step outside the boundaries of what is expected or accepted, daring to express themselves in unconventional ways.
The trouble with so many of us is that we underestimate the power of simplicity. We have a tendency it seems to over complicate our lives and forget what's important and what's not. We tend to mistake movement for achievement. We tend to focus on activities instead of results. And as the pace of life continues to race along in the outside world, we forget that we have the power to control our lives regardless of what's going on outside.