„For some of us, Halloween is everyday.“

—  Tim Burton

Quelle: Tim Burton

Letzte Aktualisierung 22. Mai 2020. Geschichte
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US-amerikanischer Autor, Produzent und Filmregisseur 1958

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„A grandmother pretends she doesn't know who you are on Halloween.“

—  Erma Bombeck When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and coul… 1927 - 1996

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„Halloween is so close I can practically taste the children's tears.“

—  Frances Bean Cobain American artist 1992

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„The everyday world demands our attention, and prevents us from sinking into ourselves.“

—  Colin Wilson, buch The Mind Parasites

As a romantic, I have always resented this: I like to sink into myself. The problems and anxieties of living make it difficult. Well, now I had an anxiety that referred to something inside of me, and it reminded me that my inner world was just as real and important as the world around me.
Quelle: The Mind Parasites (1967), p. 39

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„If you are an adult, and you are planning to dress up on Halloween…don't. I will find you. I will hurt you.“

—  Lewis Black American stand-up comedian, author, playwright, social critic and actor 1948

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„I want all of you, forever everyday. You and me everyday.“

—  Nicholas Sparks, buch Wie ein einziger Tag

Variante: I want all of you, forever, you and me, everyday
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„I don't celebrate Halloween because of what it means. Because it is a Satanic holiday, it is a pagan holiday, and while people are going around getting free candy, people are falling victims to human sacrifices and things like that. That's the reality of what's going on on Halloween.“

—  Christine O'Donnell American Tea Party politician and former Republican Party candidate 1969

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„The true way to live is to enjoy every moment as it passes, and surely it is in the everyday things around us that the beauty of life lies.“

—  Laura Ingalls Wilder American children's writer, diarist, and journalist 1867 - 1957

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„There are experiences that most of us are hesitant to speak about, because they do not conform to everyday reality and defy rational explanation.“

—  Albert Hofmann Swiss chemist 1906 - 2008

Foreword http://www.psychedelic-library.org/childf.htm
LSD : My Problem Child (1980)
Kontext: There are experiences that most of us are hesitant to speak about, because they do not conform to everyday reality and defy rational explanation. These are not particular external occurrences, but rather events of our inner lives, which are generally dismissed as figments of the imagination and barred from our memory. Suddenly, the familiar view of our surroundings is transformed in a strange, delightful, or alarming way: it appears to us in a new light, takes on a special meaning. Such an experience can be as light and fleeting as a breath of air, or it can imprint itself deeply upon our minds.
One enchantment of that kind, which I experienced in childhood, has remained remarkably vivid in my memory ever since. It happened on a May morning — I have forgotten the year — but I can still point to the exact spot where it occurred, on a forest path on Martinsberg above Baden, Switzerland. As I strolled through the freshly greened woods filled with bird song and lit up by the morning sun, all at once everything appeared in an uncommonly clear light. Was this something I had simply failed to notice before? Was I suddenly discovering the spring forest as it actually looked? It shone with the most beautiful radiance, speaking to the heart, as though it wanted to encompass me in its majesty. I was filled with an indescribable sensation of joy, oneness, and blissful security.
I have no idea how long I stood there spellbound. But I recall the anxious concern I felt as the radiance slowly dissolved and I hiked on: how could a vision that was so real and convincing, so directly and deeply felt — how could it end so soon? And how could I tell anyone about it, as my overflowing joy compelled me to do, since I knew there were no words to describe what I had seen? It seemed strange that I, as a child, had seen something so marvelous, something that adults obviously did not perceive — for I had never heard them mention it.
While still a child, I experienced several more of these deeply euphoric moments on my rambles through forest and meadow. It was these experiences that shaped the main outlines of my world view and convinced me of the existence of a miraculous, powerful, unfathomable reality that was hidden from everyday sight.

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