Good, fast, cheap: pick any two.
• You can have good and fast, but it won’t be cheap.
• You can have good and cheap, but it won’t be fast.
• You can have fast and cheap, but it won’t be good.
Submitted by LibrarianCarina 6 months ago
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I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that do not work.
Submitted by ashaj almost 3 years ago
The creative adult is the child who survived after the world tried killing them, making them “grown up”. The creative adult is the child who survived the blandness of schooling, the unhelpful words of bad teachers, and the nay-saying ways of the world.
Submitted by Rogier about 2 years ago
Fantasy is true, of course. It isn't factual, but it is true.
Submitted by KarenElissa over 2 years ago
Cynicism is an unpleasant way of saying the truth.
Marriage is a wonderful thing. But it's relatively new. Twelve, maybe fifteen thousand years old. It brings with it some ancient precivilization elements. Hence, difficult to manage. It's still trying to understand itself.
The artist is merely the one who goes on learning after he grows up. It he is a good learner, he will finally learn the hardest thing: how to see his own world, how to speak in his own words.
Conventionality is not morality. Self-righteousness is not religion. To attack the first is not to assail the last. To pluck the mask from the face of the Pharisee, is not to lift an impious hand to the Crown of Thorns.
Submitted by laura over 2 years ago
I have great belief in the fact that whenever there is chaos, it creates wonderful thinking. I consider chaos a gift.
The way of art, after all, is neither to cut adrift from the emotions, the senses, the body, etc., and sail off into the void of pure meaning, nor to blind the mind's eye and wallow in irrational, amoral meaninglessness - but to keep open the tenuous, difficult, essential connections between the two extremes. To connect. To connect idea with value, sensation with intuition, cortex with cerebellum.
Only the thinking man lives his live, the thoughtless man's life passes him by.
It is only about things which concern us most profoundly that we lie clearly and with profound conviction.
In the midst of life we are in the midst of death, a truer word was never said.
Theft is an integral part of a healthy literature.
For frequant tears have run
The colours from my life.