Quote by Jamie Foxx
In our music, in our everyday life, there are so many negative things. Why not have something positive and stamp it with blackness?
This quote reflects the idea of infusing positivity into different aspects of life and art. It suggests that in a world full of negativity, it can be a unique and intriguing approach to imbue something positive with elements of darkness or edge. By stamping it with "blackness," it implies adding a certain depth and complexity to positivity, giving it an unconventional and captivating twist. This quote encourages the exploration of unconventional perspectives and challenging traditional notions to create something novel and thought-provoking.
I often wish I'd got on better with your father,' he said.But he never liked anyone who--our friends,' said Clarissa; and could have bitten her tongue for thus reminding Peter that he had wanted to marry her.Of course I did, thought Peter; it almost broke my heart too, he thought; and was overcome with his own grief, which rose like a moon looked at from a terrace, ghastly beautiful with light from the sunken day. I was more unhappy than I've ever been since, he thought. And as if in truth he were sitting there on the terrace he edged a little towards Clarissa; put his hand out; raised it; let it fall. There above them it hung, that moon. She too seemed to be sitting with him on the terrace, in the moonlight.