An artist needn't be a clergyman or a churchwarden, but he certainly must have a warm heart for his fellow men.

By : Vincent Van Gogh 0 Likes          


The beard is here because I got tired of shaving and Grissom, subsequently, got tired of shaving. Grissom, like any other 50-year-old man, is going through a series of mid-life changes. Who knows, he may start drinking.

By : William Petersen

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Works of art produced in the contemporary world are a further expression of that. But I don't think there is an active, ongoing nihilist self-consciousness in the artist.

By : Leonard Baskin

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Heaven cannot brook two suns, nor earth two masters.

By : Alexander the Great

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Well, it was one of my most gratifying experiences because I could devote my knowledge and my talent for the good for the City of Washington, and all the Federal projects where the Fine Arts Commission had jurisdiction, and it was a tremendous experience.

By : Felix de Weldon

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My impression was, he's walking as though he's made of glass, and if you should touch him he would just shatter apart. I don't know if it was an act or what, but it sure was effective.

By : Robert Ripley

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Through selfless work, love of God grows in the heart. Then through his grace one realize him in course of time. God can be seen. One can talk to him as I am talking to you.

By : Ramakrishna

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I kind of thought the writers were starting to take Taylor and make her kind of down and dirty.

By : Hunter Tylo

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In our film profession you may have Gable's looks, Tracy's art, Marlene's legs or Liz's violet eyes, but they don't mean a thing without that swinging thing called courage.

By : Frank Capra

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I've never wanted to play bank managers and real people particularly.

By : Richard O'Brien

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The photograph, the clothes, the sets - this was about 1974, and I started hanging out with my friend Richard Sold, who was playing in a band with Patti Smith.

By : Stephen Sprouse

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It took me so many years to move out. I'm definitely a bit of a Peter Pan, reluctant to grow up. It all seemed really nice at home-why change it? Part of me would prefer not to have any responsibility whatsoever.

By : Helena Bonham Carter

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Good and evil do not exist for me any more. The fear of evil is merely a mass projection here and on Earth.

By : Hans Bender

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