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Lattice Board Quotes By Malachy McCourt

I absolutely love the public transportation system in New York. No matter what, no matter how people complain, it is the best in the world. — Malachy McCourt

Lattice Board Quotes By Pablo Picasso

Why did Plato say that poets should be chased out of the republic? Precisely because every poet and every artist is an antisocial being. He's not that way because he wants to be; he can't be any other way ... and if he really is an artist it is in his nature not to want to be admitted, because if he is admitted it can only mean he is doing something which is understood, approved, and therefore old hat - worthless. Anything new, anything worth doing, can't be recognized. — Pablo Picasso

Lattice Board Quotes By Thomas Wolfe

If a man has a talent and cannot use it, he has failed. If he has a talent and only uses half of it, he has partly failed. If he has a talent and learns to use the whole of it, he has gloriously succeeded, and won a satisfaction and triumph few men will know. - Thomas Wolfe — Thomas Wolfe

Lattice Board Quotes By Timothy Snyder

If past and future contained nothing but struggle and scarcity, all attention fell upon the present. A psychic resolve for relief from a sense of crisis overwhelmed the practical resolve to think about the future. Rather — Timothy Snyder

Lattice Board Quotes By Gilbert K. Chesterton

If a man does not talk to himself, it is because he is not worth talking to. — Gilbert K. Chesterton

Lattice Board Quotes By Ellen Glasgow

I was always a feminist, for I liked intellectual revolt as much as I disliked physical violence. On the whole, I think women havelost something precious, but have gained, immeasurably, by the passing of the old order. — Ellen Glasgow

Lattice Board Quotes By Adam M. Grant

If originals aren't reliable judges of the quality of their ideas, how do they maximize their odds of creating a masterpiece? They come up with a large number of ideas. Simonton finds that on average, creative geniuses weren't qualitatively better in their fields than their peers. They simply produced a greater volume of work, which gave them more variation and a higher chance of originality. "The odds of producing an influential or successful idea," Simonton notes, are "a positive function of the total number of ideas generated. — Adam M. Grant

Lattice Board Quotes By Rahki

I'm really just concentrating on making good music, whether it's using a sample or doing an original track. — Rahki