“When it’s the right time, it’s the least amount of work.“

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“When it’s the right time, it’s the least amount of work.“

– Daniel Ulbricht, dancer, NY City Ballet


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“There is always something missing that torments me.”

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“There is always something missing that torments me.”

Camille Claudel, French, sculptor


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“A story has no beginning or end: arbitrarily one chooses that moment of experience from which to look back or from which to look ahead.”

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“A story has no beginning or end: arbitrarily one chooses that moment of experience from which to look back or from which to look ahead.”

Graham Greene, from “The end of the affair”, 1974


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“Every picture shows a spot with which the artist has fallen in love.”

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“Every picture shows a spot with which the artist has fallen in love.”

Alfred Sisley, French, painter


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“Say who you are… in your life and in your work. Tell someone out there who is lost, someone not yet born, someone who won’t be born for 500 years…. you’ll help that person be less lonely in their world because…”

Art of Quotation

“Say who you are, really say it in your life and in your work. Tell someone out there who is lost, someone not yet born, someone who won’t be born for 500 years.

Your writing will be a record of your time. It can’t help but be that. But more importantly, if you’re honest about who you are, you’ll help that person be less lonely in their world because that person will recognize him or herself in you and that will give them hope.”

Charlie Kaufman, screenwriter,

“Screenwriters’ Lecture: Speech for BAFTA, 30 September 2011.


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“Whatever you do with your life-whatever you end up achieving or not achieving-the great gift you have in you to give to the world is the gift of who you alone are…”

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“Whatever you do with your life-whatever you end up achieving or not achieving-the great gift you have in you to give to the world is the gift of who you alone are;

your way of seeing things, and saying things, and feeling about things, that is like nobody else’s. If so much as a single one of you were missing, there would be an empty place at the great feast of life that nobody else in all creation could fill.”

Frederick Buechner, writer


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In Memory: “What painting is, is exactly what people see.”

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”What painting is, is exactly what people see.”

Robert Ryman, 1930-2019, painter


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