Rubert Spira explains… “The ultimate purpose of art…is simply this – to reveal the nature of reality.” “A Work of art is an intervention in our normal dualistic way of perceiving.” – Rupert Spira
You do whatever you have to do to make your dream happen. Rick Beato
The dewy morning, the rainbow, mountains, orchards in blossom, stars, moonlight, shadows in still water and the like, if too eagerly hunted, become merely shows and mock us with their unreality. Go out of the house to see the moon, and it is mere tinsel. It will not please us as much as when its …
Many go out for wool and return shorn. Cervantes.
What is any man’s discourse to me, if I am not sensible of something in it as steady and cheery as the creak of crickets? Henry David Thoreau.
Whatever is beautiful at all is beautiful in itself. Its beauty ends there, and praise has no part in it. Nothing is the better or the worse for being praised. Thus true beauty needs nothing beyond itself, any more than law, or truth, or kindness, or honor. For none of these gets a single grace …
As we were formerly by crimes, so we are now overburdened by law. Montaigne.
In the works of mankind, as in those of nature, it is really the motive which is chiefly worth attention. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.