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Concert' doesn't mean standing up like a target in front of thousands of strangers. It means coming together. It means harmony.
People have to get out sometimes - have something good to eat, have some drinks, belt out some songs, talk about nothing in particular.
The owls are gathering; find out why soon.
The kind of people who can assemble huge crowds into one spot will be the major influences on mass culture in the next decade. The rock enthusiasts have created some of the most exciting theatrical events on the planet.
I like feeling a sense of unity with the crowd even though everybody might be thinking something different.
Like attending the masquerade ball in Poe's story about the Red Death. You know, 'Come on, everybody! Kick out the jams, have another glass of champagne, and ignore all those people dropping like flies.
chanting. Neither any of the C.I.s, or this man here,
The gathering of believers should be an opportunity for wonder, anticipation and imagination; not drudgery, duty or routine.
Folklore is artistic communication in small groups.
I hate people but I love gatherings.
I have inherited a belief in community, the promise that a gathering of the spirit can both create and change culture.
Rather be alone in the presence of God than with a crowd outside the presence of God.
Sietch: a meeting place in time of danger.
bunched formation of fighter planes, it
to share good noise and good food.
However, the two things must be mingled and varied, solitude and joining a crowd: the one will make us long for people and the other for ourselves, and each will be a remedy for the other; solitude will cure our distaste for a crowd, and a crowd will cure our boredom with solitude.
If you want to hold a crowd, just mystify it.
The living all assemble! What's the cue?
Do what the clumsy partner wants to do!
From the moment an organizer enters a community, he lives, dreams, eats, breathes, sleeps only one thing, and that is to build the mass power base of what he calls the army.
The greatest blessings of general conference come to us after the conference is over. Remember the pattern recorded frequently in scripture: we gather to hear the words of the Lord, and we return to our homes to live them.
If thou may not continually gather thyself together, do it sometime at least once a day, morning or evening.
The Republican convention, an event with the intellectual content of a Guns'n'Roses lyric attended by every ofay insurance brokerin America who owns a pair of white shoes.
A party, isn't party without an a entertainment!
To associate with other like-minded people in small, purposeful groups is for the great majority of men and women a source of profound psychological satisfaction. Exclusiveness will add to the pleasure of being several, but at one; and secrecy will intensify it almost to ecstasy.
Enlightenment is a group activity.
With everyone lounging around, eating sleeping, sunning, pooping, it looks like some weird combat version of an outdoor rock festival.
So black people all across this country are uniting. They must unite, and they must organize themselves.
The crowd is the gathering place of the weakest; true creation is a solitary act.
The hand that gives, gathers.
The crowd ... a cacophony of colour
The bigger the crowd the better really! The noise calms your nerves.
But my hand was too small to do the gathering. [Epic of Gilgamesh, p. 79]
When people in stadiums do the Wave, it's the group-mind collective organism spontaneously organizing itself to express an emotion, pass time, and reflect the joy of seeing the rhythms of many as one, a visual rhyming or music in which everyone senses where the motion is going.
I always say that as church falls into demise, we still have the inclination to congregate whether by a night of music or a festival, or just sitting down to listen to some vinyl ...
The key is to produce something that both pulls people together and gives them something to do.
We're playing all these weird festivals, usually outdoors.
I'm a fan of people getting together.
All mass movements avail themselves of action as a means of unification. The conflicts a mass movement seeks and incites serve not only to down its enemies but also to strip its followers of their distinct individuality and render them more soluble in the collective medium.
2) Members will attend events together as a group, including, but not limited to, Homecoming, Prom, parties, and other couply events, despite possibly being labeled as freaks and getting jealous looks from guys who wish we were their hot dates, but instead have to settle for some lame wannabe.
I like playing with a good crowd.
Get together a hundred or two men, however sensible they may be, and you are very likely to have a mob.
Even in ancient times, people would unite to a beat. Now we have the internet and events worldwide, our frequency can be shared. Everyone can express themselves to the planet.
The fans, and now most of the crowd, are interested in this event.
the crowds just background tapestries for you to play your life against, lurid backdrops providing a fake sense of drama to help you imagine you're doing more than you would be if you were in some sleepy village or Denver or really anywhere else. New
Protestors? At a funeral?
Things you might want to talk about in such a group?
with the group of Somali men who gathered
What are a handful of reasonable men against a crowd with stones in their hands?
We need to feel the cheer and inspiration of meeting each other, we need to gain the courage and fresh life that comes from the mingling of congenial souls, of those working for the same ends.
Live events and lectures in front of large audiences. It is the best. I like it more than eating dinner.
There's room for everyone at the rendezvous of victory.
People Bond when they are having fun
When women gather, great things will happen.
People en masse have always been wonderful to me. I truly have a great love for an audience ... I want to give them two hours of just pow.
congress of angels.
Nothing is so uncertain or unpredictable as the feelings of a crowd.
We've got activists all across the country like the members of the Million Mom March organization, some of their leaders are here tonight. We're phone banking congressional offices and pursuing editorial boards.
God has called some people to join together in order to complete some task
Arenas always conjure up grandeur, but an arena is any moment when or place where we have risked showing up and being seen.
A crowd isn't formed after people gather; people gather after the crowd forms.
They gathered not in anger but in celebration of their having found, as a generation, a gentler and more respectful way of being. A way, not incidentally, more in harmony with consuming.
I've turned down a lot of arena dates because I've done the big-arena thing. Now, I want to do something where people can feel me and I can feel them.
Alone, yet surrounded by thousands
The sports arena Julie calls home is unaccountably large, perhaps one of those dual-event 'super venues' built for an era when the greatest quandary facing the world was where to put all the parties.
Oh, how we need general conference! Through conferences our faith is fortified and our testimonies deepened. And when we are converted, we strengthen each other to stand strong amid the fiery darts of these last days.
A crowd is not necessarily company, but neither need it necessarily prevent thought or disturb peace of mind.
Solitude is out of fashion. Our companies, our schools and our culture are in thrall to an idea I call the New Groupthink, which holds that creativity and achievement come from an oddly gregarious place.
A flock of angels are coming to see me...or a gaggle? A herd? No, they aren't animals. A legion... That's the word.
I've got a group who can't play music, one bad comedian plus boyfriend, a nervous breakdown calling himself a magician, two coachloads of 70-year-old religious maniacs looking for a fight and a fancy-dress contest that nobody knew about.
To get things done, you have to get people together.
Americans just love convening. They are a convention-happy country and they love to get together to talk.
Teams gather around change.
Losers assemble in small groups & complain, winners assemble as a team & find ways to win.
I saw a cluster of people
WHAT ARE YOU DOING AFTER THE ORGY?
But there is something special, even beneficial, about showing up to a place with a particular people for a particular purpose. Community, connection, and conversation only happen when we actually experience life with others.
Meetings are places where dead ideas rise from their graves and eat the brains of the living.
All your travelling is together, you eat together, you're on stage as a band together, when you get to the sound-check the band and the crew are all together.
We are organizers at heart. Most of us in the movement take great pride in being able to put things together.
Meeting each other and leaving each other. Leaving and meeting. That's what life is!
Small endeavours obtain strength by unity of action: the most powerful are broken down by discord.
Events need their invitation, dissolutions their start.
I love crowds. They make me feel part of something big and important.
Beware of those that seek constant crowds. they are nothing alone.
A multitude of people and yet solitude.
family, and by the time they took their seats
Gathered in the folding chairs of the meeting room, they made a diverse group with the drug-addicted, a perfect democracy of collapse.
A human group transforms itself into a crowd when it suddenly responds to a suggestion rather than to reasoning, to an image rather than to an idea, to an affirmation rather than to proof, to the repetition of a phrase rather than to arguments, to prestige rather than to competence.
It was the first time I witnessed the ancient and modern magic of groups in which anyone may speak in turn, everyone must listen, and consensus is more important than time.
Let us gather together in the great cities, and light huge bonfires of a million gas-jets, and shout and sing together, and feel brave.
Where two or more are gathered in the name of Man; that is civilization; that is Order; and that is the beginnings of brutality and suffering.
Sometimes, when the wind hits hard and icicles form on the sea cliffs, we can all come together - and at those times, we are at our best.
there is a dense crowd; outside the Betting Rooms it is like a great struggle at a theatre door - in the days of theatres; or at the vestibule of the Spurgeon temple - in the days of Spurgeon. An
accomplices. This helped assure that the crowd would now move on to the next stage of the sound-and-light show - which
We've assembled a group of people, your team, people who love you and pray for you. Take a look around the circle. These people represent thousands of words spent in prayer before the throne of God, begging for your safe return to the fold, begging for your peace, your faith, your heart.
Bells rang, the stewards rushed forward, and - like rye shaken together in a shovel - the guests who had been scattered about in different rooms came together and crowded in the large drawing-room by the door of the ballroom.
It would be wonderful if people could grow together in groups, teaching and learning communities where they empower, evoke, explore the enormous capacities of the human condition.
Drinks, fans and snow - heaven
Organize before they rise!
Midnight shout and revelry, Tipsy dance and jollity.