Quote by George Orwell
The real division is not between conservatives and revolutionaries but between authoritarians and libertarians.
This quote suggests that the main division in political thought is not between those who favor traditionalism and those who advocate for drastic change, but rather between individuals who support authoritative control and those who prioritize individual liberty. It highlights how political ideologies can often be distilled down to differing perspectives on the level of authority and personal freedom within a society.
Princess Diana talking to Prince William about the loss of her title Her Royal Highness: She turned to William in her distress. She (Princess Diana) told me how he had sat with her one night when she was upset over the loss of HRH, put his arms around her and said: Don't worry, Mummy. I will give it back to you one day when I am king.
The only happy talkers are dandies who extract pleasure from the very perishability of their material and who would not be able to tolerate the isolation of all other forms of composition; for most good talkers, when they have run down, are miserable; they know that they have betrayed themselves, that they have taken material which should have a life of its own, to dispense it in noises upon the air.
I love the movies, and when I go to see a movie that's been made from one of my books, I know that it isn't going to be exactly like my novel because a lot of other people have interpreted it. But I also know it has an idea that I'll like because that idea occurred to me, and I spent a year, or a year and a half of my life working on it.