„The emotions - love, mirth, the heroic, wonder, tranquility, fear, anger, sorrow, disgust - are in the audience.“

—  John Cage, buch Silence: Lectures and Writings

Quelle: Silence: Lectures and Writings

John Cage Foto
John Cage6
US-amerikanischer Komponist 1912 - 1992

Ähnliche Zitate

Dan Millman Foto
Dan Millman Foto

„Anger is stronger than fear, stronger than sorrow.“

—  Dan Millman, buch Way of the Peaceful Warrior

p 69 - Book one: The winds of change - The web of illusion
Way of the Peaceful Warrior (1980)

„During those years color seemed too sweet a medium to express the anger, disgust and fear that apartheid inspired, …“

—  David Goldblatt South African photographer 1930 - 2018

In an interview, c. 2005, with photo historian Mark Haworth-Booth, as quoted in "The Camera Is Not a Machine Gun" http://designobserver.com/article.php?id=10557, Fred Ritchin, 1998

Joyce Meyer Foto

„The three most harmful negative emotions are anger, guilt, and fear. And anger is number one. It is also the strongest and most dangerous of all passions.“

—  Joyce Meyer, Living Beyond Your Feelings: Controlling Emotions So They Don't Control You

Quelle: Living Beyond Your Feelings: Controlling Emotions So They Don't Control You

Michael Swanwick Foto
Stephen King Foto
Meister Eckhart Foto

„Love is the root of all joy and sorrow. Slavish fear of God is to be put away. The right fear is the fear of losing God.“

—  Meister Eckhart German theologian 1260 - 1328

Sermon III : The Angel's Greeting
Kontext: When man humbles himself, God cannot restrain His mercy; He must come down and pour His grace into the humble man, and He gives Himself most of all, and all at once, to the least of all. It is essential to God to give, for His essence is His goodness and His goodness is His love. Love is the root of all joy and sorrow. Slavish fear of God is to be put away. The right fear is the fear of losing God. If the earth flee downward from heaven, it finds heaven beneath it; if it flee upward, it comes again to heaven. The earth cannot flee from heaven: whether it flee up or down, the heaven rains its influence upon it, and stamps its impress upon it, and makes it fruitful, whether it be willing or not. Thus doth God with men: whoever thinketh to escape Him, flies into His bosom, for every corner is open to Him. God brings forth His Son in thee, whether thou likest it or not, whether thou sleepest or wakest; God worketh His own will. That man is unaware of it, is man's fault, for his taste is so spoilt by feeding on earthly things that he cannot relish God's love. If we had love to God, we should relish God, and all His works; we should receive all things from God, and work the same works as He worketh.

Marcus Tullius Cicero Foto
Teal Swan Foto
Barry Lyga Foto
Robert Graves Foto
Edgar Lee Masters Foto
Rainer Maria Rilke Foto
David Lynch Foto

„Anger and depression and sorrow are beautiful things in a story, but they are like poison to the filmmaker or artist.“

—  David Lynch, buch Catching the Big Fish

Suffocating Rubber Clown Suit, p. 8
Catching the Big Fish (2006)
Kontext: When I started meditating, I was filled with anxieties and fears. I felt a sense of depression and anger.
I often took out this anger on my first wife. After I had been meditating for about two weeks, she came to me and said, "What's going on?" I was quiet for a moment. But finally I said, "What do you mean?" And she said, "This anger, where did it go?" And I hadn't even realized that it had lifted.
I call that depression and anger the Suffocating Rubber Clown Suit of Negativity. It's suffocating, and that rubber stinks. But once you start meditating and diving within, the clown suit starts to dissolve. You finally realize how putrid was the stink when it starts to go. Then, when it dissolves, you have freedom.
Anger and depression and sorrow are beautiful things in a story, but they are like poison to the filmmaker or artist. They are like a vise grip on creativity. If you're in that grip, you can hardly get out of bed, much less experience the flow of creativity and ideas. You must have clarity to create. You have to be able to catch ideas.

George Lucas Foto

„Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.“

—  George Lucas, Star Wars - Episode I: The Phantom Menace

Quelle: Star Wars - Episode I: The Phantom Menace

Alyson Nöel Foto
Alan Paton Foto

„Let hopes and sorrows, fears and angers be,
And think each day that dawns the last you'll see;
For so the hour that greets you unforeseen
Will bring with it enjoyment twice as keen.“

—  John Conington British classical scholar 1825 - 1869

Book I, epistle iv, p. 108
Translations, The Satires, Epistles, and Art of Poetry of Horace (1869), Epistles

„Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Etiam egestas wisi a erat. Morbi imperdiet, mauris ac auctor dictum.“

x