Quote by Mal Pancoast
There's nobody out there. It's all in here.
This quote suggests that there is no external force or entity controlling our lives or determining our destiny. Instead, it implies that everything we experience, feel, and create is a result of our own thoughts, perceptions, and actions. It emphasizes the importance of realizing that our reality and power lies within ourselves and our own choices, rather than seeking answers or validation from external sources. Ultimately, it encourages self-reliance and personal accountability in shaping one's own life.
Wonderful art can spring from misery,I'm the last person to deny that.I'd go even further:the best works of art of all time are probably stemmed from the deep human sorrow or hellish frustration,the death of a loved one or a divorce and yes:jealousy.Heartache and impotence as the man-spring for making the unverifiable verifiable and for giving it face.How romantic,beautiful and especially useful pain and misery can be.