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Satiation, like any state of vitality, always contains a degree of impudence, and that impudence emerges first and foremost when the sated man instructs the hungry one.
Diffidence may check resolution and obstruct performance, but compensates its embarrassments by more important advantages; it conciliates the proud, and softens the severe; averts envy from excellence, and censure from miscarriage.
Imperturbability means coolness and presence of mind under all circumstances, calmness amid storm, clearness of judgment in moments of grave peril, immobility, impassiveness, or, to use an old and expressive word, phlegm.
Indiscretion, rashness, falsehood, levity, and malice, produce each other.
There are certain natures of which the mutual influence is such, that the more they say, the more they have to say. For these out of association grows adhesion, and out of adhesion, amalgamation.
Inconstancy. - Things have different qualities, and the soul different inclinations; for nothing is simple which is presented to the soul, and the soul never presents itself simply to any object. Hence it comes that we weep and laugh at the same thing.
When what is is congruent to what is supposed, the reaction is functional and the mental processes competent. When what is and what is supposed have nothing to do with each other, the choice of reactions is random. Something tears.
Envy, like a cold prison, benumbs and stupefies; and, conscious of its own impotence, folds its arms in despair.
All these troubles revolve around the irritable mutual dependence of life and art - with their need and contempt for one another. Of necessity, to create is a temporary state and cannot be possessed ...
Improv Everywhere tramples the lines drawn between spectacle and spectator, theatre and real life, public and private, performance and protest, and reclaims the streets for ordinary people.
Real life consists of the tensions produced by the incompatibility of opposites, each of which is needed
The lifelong goal of an improviser is to listen to what the other person is saying, taking it in, and responding.
the relations were of a
The two chief causes of error in our relations with another person are, having ourselves a good heart, or else being in love with the other person.
Imagine all contradictions, all possible incompatibilities
you will find them in the government, in the law-courts, in the churches, in the public shows of this droll nation.
objects that couldn't be
By the deficiency or absence of one necessary constituent, all the others being present, the soil is rendered barren for all those crops to the life of which that one constituent is indispensable.
Defects and weakness in men's understandings, as well as other faculties, come from want of a right use of their own minds; I am apt to think, the fault is generally mislaid upon nature, and there is often a complaint of want of parts, when the fault lies in want of a due improvement of them.
The consciousness of the falsity of present pleasures, and the ignorance of the vanity of absent pleasures, cause inconstancy.
COMPULSION, n. The eloquence of power.
Contraries are cured by contraries.
Irrefragability, thy name is mathematics.
constructions, and I
My flaws and imperfections make me perfectly incomplete.
The problems of this world are only truly solved in two ways: by extinction or by duplication
For good undone, and gifts misspent, and resolutions vain
Certain defects are necessary for the existence of individuality.
Faults and defects every work of man must have.
the ruin insufficiently ruined,
The plan is not wanting in grandeur; I see but one impediment."
"What is it?"
Every fact is impure, but every fact contains in it the juices of life. Every fact is a clod, from which may grow an amaranth or a palm.
Impertinence will intermeddle in things in which it has no concern, showing a want of breeding, or, more commonly, a spirit of sheer impudence.
Within obsession lies madness and genius
The art of procreation and the members employed therein are so repulsive, that if it were not for the beauty of the faces and the adornments of the actors and the pent-up impulse, nature would lose the human species.
Whether a watercolor is inferior to an oil [painting], or whether a drawing, an etching, or a photograph is not as important as either, is inconsequent. To have to despise something in order to respect something else is a sign of impotence.
Lust and self-mutilation are closely related impulses. There are also self-mutilators among knowers: they do not want to be creators under any circumstances.
Our investigation is a grammatical one. Such an investigation sheds light on our problem by clearing misunderstandings away. Misunderstandings concerning the use of words, caused, among other things, by certain analogies between the forms of expression in different regions of language.
The bold display of our unattractive parts is an effective substitute for beauty since it duplicates beauty's principal effects, namely the excitation of admiration, charm, and envy in the beholder, who is moved to wish that they too could carry their own defects with the same ease.
My obsession. My muse. My enemy. "All
Property was thus appall'd / That the self was not the same / Single nature's double name / Neither two nor one was call'd.
In all things which have a plurality of parts, and which are not a total aggregate but a whole of some sort distinct from the parts, there is some cause.
Bad spellers of the world untie!
Religion is the love of life in the consciousness of impotence.
Blot out, correct, insert, refine, enlarge, diminish, interline. Be mindful, when invention fails. To scratch your head and bite your nails.
Long live impudence. It was my guardian angel in this world.
Every artist is linked to a mistake with which he has a particular intimacy. All art draws its origin from an exceptional fault, each work is the implementation of this original fault, from which comes a risky plenitude and new light.
Obsessions are nine tenths of my flaws.
Art and order, the relatives that refuse to relate.
Question: Redundancy is often an unpleasant and unexpected event in someone's life. Give two examples of unexpected life events.
Answer: 1) death 2) Reincarnation
Absurdities die of self-strangulation.
Rarest of all things on earth is the union in which both, by their contrasts, make harmonious their blending; each supplying the defects of the helpmate, and completing, by fusion, one strong human soul.
In case I conk out, this is provisionally what I have to do: I must clarify obscurities; I must make clearer definite ideas or dissociations. I must find a verbal formula to combat the rise of brutality
the principle of order versus the split atom.
Within speech, words are subject to a kind of relation that is independent of the first and based on their linkage: these are syntagmatic relations, of which I have spoken.
Homo Cannot Erectus
THE study of suggestion has shown us that the thoughts of hystericals are not equilibrated; that under diverse influences one of them may develop to an extreme extent and live, so to say, isolated, its own life, to the great detriment of the mental organism.
Impotence is one of the major hazards of cigarette smoking.
. . . the dissolution of an affair is an entropic reaction, and the disorder it tends toward is flammable.
Nothing can be more hopeless than to attempt to explain this similarity of pattern in members of the same class, by utility or by the doctrine of final causes.
The horror of incest is not in the sexual act. but in the exploitation of children and the corruption of parental love. p4
There are essential and inessential insanities. The later are solar in character, the former are linked to the moon.
There are cases in which a man would be ashamed not to have been imposed upon. There is a confidence necessary to human intercourse, and without which men are often more injured by their own suspicions than they would be by the perfidy of others.
I'd ban coincidences, if I were a dictator of fiction. Well, perhaps not entirely. Coincidences would be permitted in the picaresque; that's where they belong. Go on, take them: let
These examples, though as unfit for the imitation, as they are repugnant to the genius of America, are notwithstanding ... very instructive proofs of the necessity of some institution that will blend stability with liberty.
Sometimes there are accidents in our lives the skillful extrication from which demands a little folly.
Things fall apart;
the center cannot hold...
Ignominy thirsts for respect.
Marry, sir, nose-painting, sleep, and urine. Lechery, sir, it provokes and unprovokes. It provokes the desire, but it takes away the performance. Therefore,
Such delicacies are relationships.
Indecision, doubt and fear. The members of this unholy trio are closely related; where one is found, the other two are close at hand.
My liveliest interest is not so much in things, as in relations of things. I have spent much time thinking about the alleged pseudo-relations that are called coincidences. What if some of them should not be coincidences?
(F)iction is...what ought to have been, not what actually was. At least, not exactly.
Folly often goes beyond her bounds, but impudence knows none.
Lust is an enemy to the purse, a foe to the person, a canker to the mind, a corrosive to the conscience, a weakness of the wit, a besotter of the senses, and finally, a mortal bane to all the body.
Those who have come to an impasse should examine their original intentions; those who have succeeded should note where they are heading.
Gratuitous redundancy makes prose difficult not just because readers have to duplicate the effort of figuring something out, but because they naturally assume that when a writer says two things she means two things, and fruitlessly search for the nonexistent second point.
I'm not abnegation, I'm not dauntless, I am Divergent
O impotence of mind, in body strong! But what is strength without a double share Of wisdom, vast, unwieldy, burdensome, Proudly secure, yet liable to fall By weakest subtleties, not made to rule, But to subserve where wisdom bears command.
Lusts are like agues; the fit is not always on, and yet the man is not rid of his disease; and some men's lusts, like some agues, have not such quick returns as others.
Impudence is the worst of all human diseases.
my skin listening
still no accompanist:
I can't kiss me!
and the sperm's tempo
Being-alone is a deficient mode of being-with; its possibility is a proof for the latter.
A Caske and an ill custome must be broken.
In all abundance there is lack.
Language is evidently one of the principle instruments or helps of thought; and any imperfection in the instrument, or in the mode of employing it, is confessedly liable, still more than in almost any other art, to confuse and impede the process, and destroy all ground of confidence in the result.
Tancredi, in an attempt to link gallantry with greed, tried to imagine himself tasting, in the aromatic forkfuls, the kisses of his neighbour Angelica, but he realised at once that the experiment was disgusting and suspended it, with a mental reserve about reviving this fantasy with the pudding
When, through synthetic work, about which we shall have more to say, a certain union has been established between two psychological phenomena, the presence of one is enough to cause the other to start in the mind also.
All those little congruences and arabesques you prepared with such delicate anticipatory pleasure are gobbled up as if by pigs at a pastry cart.
You and I possess manifold ideal bonds in the interests we share; but each of us has his poor body and his irremediable, incommunicable dreams.
Affectation naturally counterfeits those excellences which are placed at the greatest distance from possibility of attainment, because, knowing our own defects, we eagerly endeavor to supply them with artificial excellence.
We are not impotent. We can choose how we allow circumstances and experiences to influence us. We can change our interpretation of what happened and we can adjust our response to this interpretation.
The ignobility of thought and action that desperation born of indigence produces.
Don't think I'm not incoheret.
I am disturbed by the presence of inordinate levels of coincidence
Many farcical, illogical, incomprehensible transactions are subsumed by the mania of lust.
Difficult" and "impossible" are cousins often mistaken for one another, with very little in common.
Marriage: A word which should be pronounced 'mirage'.
Incongruity is the mainspring of laughter.
Desire is the thing you want in incipiency.