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   4 Ang Lee
   3 Sean Penn
   3 Robert Englund
   3 Nicolas Cage
   3 John Green
   3 Jeremy Renner
   3 Jackie Chan
   3 Gaspar Noe
   3 Fred Durst
   3 Elle Fanning
   3 Denzel Washington
   3 Albert Brooks
   3 Adam McKay
   3 Abigail Breslin
   2 Warren Beatty
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1:Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. ~ , 1 Corinthians 13:7,
2:Mikasa Ackerman. A master of all subjects and widely considered one of the best in our history. ~ Attack On Titan,
3:Practice is the act of rehearsing a behavior over and over, or engaging in an activity again and again, for the purpose of improving or mastering it, as in the phrase practice makes perfect. ~ ,
4:In mathematics, students are at the mercy of rigidly applied algorithms. They learn to use certain formalisms in certain ways, often effectively, if provided with a pre-arranged signal that a particular formalism is wanted.In social studies and the humanities, the enemies of understanding are scripts and stereotypes. Students readily believe that events occur in typical ways, and they evoke these scripts even inappropriately. For example, they regard struggles between two parties in a dispute as a "good guy versus bad guy" movie script. ~ Howard Gardner,
5:From what we've seen in sci-fi movies and literature and generally xenophobic public behavior about Others (immigrants, apostates, and liberals, e.g.,), and the primordial urges to solve imagined or perceived threats with military force, I think the only possibly positive version of alien visitations would be if (a) they're sufficiently evolved to be able to understand the utter primitivity of human behavior as collectives, and (b) they're sufficiently caring to treat Earth as a planet of ill-bred children, mostly incapable of acting, as a collective -- on their higher natures. It seems far more likely that we would be perceived as a vastly inferior species of antlike primitives, warring uselessly amongst ourselves with robotic persistence over millennia.If, based on their other cosmic travels and intergalactic species science, the extraterrestrials are able to have undeservedly benign interventions with humans without somehow provoking paranoid hysteria, religious panics and miitary holocaust, then we might have something to look forward to; but this, unfortunately, is placing a huge gamble on extraterrestrials to be the prevailingly benign moderators of our fate than we ourselves are ever likely to be as a species. ~ Fred Hosea,
6:Chapter 18 - Trapped in a Dream(A guy is playing a pinball machine, seemingly the same guy who rode with him in the back of the boat car. This part is played by Richard Linklater, aka, the director.)Hey, man.Hey.Weren't you in a boat car? You know, the guy, the guy with the hat? He gave me a ride in his car, or boat thing, and you were in the back seat with me?I mean, I'm not saying that you don't know what you're talking about, but I don't know what you're talking about.No, you see, you guys let me off at this really specific spot that you gave him directions to let me off at, I get out, and end up getting hit by a car, but then, I just woke up because I was dreaming, and later than that, I found out that I was still dreaming, dreaming that I'd woken up.Oh yeah, those are called false awakenings. I used to have those all the time.Yeah, but I'm still in it now. I, I can't get out of it. It's been going on forever, I keep waking up, but, but I'm just waking up into another dream. I'm starting to get creeped out, too. Like I'm talking to dead people. This woman on TV's telling me about how death is this dreamtime that exists outside of life. I mean, (desperate sigh) I'm starting to think that I'm dead.I'm gonna tell you about a dream I once had. I know that's, when someone says that, then usually you're in for a very boring next few minutes, and you might be, but it sounds like, you know, what else are you going to do, right? Anyway, I read this essay by Philip K. Dick.What, you read it in your dream?No, no. I read it before the dream. It was the preamble to the dream. It was about that book, um Flow My Tears the Policeman Said. You know that one?Uh, yeah yeah, he won an award for that one.Right, right. That's the one he wrote really fast. It just like flowed right out of him. He felt he was sort of channeling it, or something. But anyway, about four years after it was published, he was at this party, and he met this woman who had the same name as the woman character in the book. And she had a boyfriend with the same name as the boyfriend character in the book, and she was having an affair with this guy, the chief of police, and he had the same name as the chief of police in his book. So she's telling him all of this stuff from her life, and everything she's saying is right out of his book. So that's totally freaking him out, but, what can he do?And then shortly after that, he was going to mail a letter, and he saw this kind of, um, you know, dangerous, shady looking guy standing by his car, but instead of avoiding him, which he says he would have usually done, he just walked right up to him and said, "Can I help you?" And the guy said, "Yeah. I, I ran out of gas." So he pulls out his wallet, and he hands him some money, which he says he never would have done, and then he gets home and thinks, wait a second, this guy, you know, he can't get to a gas station, he's out of gas. So he gets back in his car, he goes and finds the guy, takes him to the gas station, and as he's pulling up at the gas station, he realizes, "Hey, this is in my book too. This exact station, this exact guy. Everything."So this whole episode is kind of creepy, right? And he's telling his priest about it, you know, describing how he wrote this book, and then four years later all these things happened to him. And as he's telling it to him, the priest says, "That's the Book of Acts. You're describing the Book of Acts." And he's like, "I've never read the Book of Acts." So he, you know, goes home and reads the Book of Acts, and it's like uncanny. Even the characters' names are the same as in the Bible. And the Book of Acts takes place in 50 A.D., when it was written, supposedly. So Philip K. Dick had this theory that time was an illusion and that we were all actually in 50 A.D., and the reason he had written this book was that he had somehow momentarily punctured through this illusion, this veil of time, and what he had seen there was what was going on in the Book of Acts.And he was really into Gnosticism, and this idea that this demiurge, or demon, had created this illusion of time to make us forget that Christ was about to return, and the kingdom of God was about to arrive. And that we're all in 50 A.D., and there's someone trying to make us forget that God is imminent. And that's what time is. That's what all of history is. It's just this kind of continuous, you know, daydream, or distraction.And so I read that, and I was like, well that's weird. And than that night I had a dream and there was this guy in the dream who was supposed to be a psychic. But I was skeptical. I was like, you know, he's not really a psychic, you know I'm thinking to myself. And then suddenly I start floating, like levitating, up to the ceiling. And as I almost go through the roof, I'm like, "Okay, Mr. Psychic. I believe you. You're a psychic. Put me down please." And I float down, and as my feet touch the ground, the psychic turns into this woman in a green dress. And this woman is Lady Gregory.Now Lady Gregory was Yeats' patron, this, you know, Irish person. And though I'd never seen her image, I was just sure that this was the face of Lady Gregory. So we're walking along, and Lady Gregory turns to me and says, "Let me explain to you the nature of the universe. Now Philip K. Dick is right about time, but he's wrong that it's 50 A.D. Actually, there's only one instant, and it's right now, and it's eternity. And it's an instant in which God is posing a question, and that question is basically, 'Do you want to, you know, be one with eternity? Do you want to be in heaven?' And we're all saying, 'No thank you. Not just yet.' And so time is actually just this constant saying 'No' to God's invitation. I mean that's what time is. I mean, and it's no more 50 A.D. than it's two thousand and one. And there's just this one instant, and that's what we're always in."And then she tells me that actually this is the narrative of everyone's life. That, you know, behind the phenomenal difference, there is but one story, and that's the story of moving from the "no" to the "yes." All of life is like, "No thank you. No thank you. No thank you." then ultimately it's, "Yes, I give in. Yes, I accept. Yes, I embrace." I mean, that's the journey. I mean, everyone gets to the "yes" in the end, right?Right.So we continue walking, and my dog runs over to me. And so I'm petting him, really happy to see him, you know, he's been dead for years. So I'm petting him and I realize there's this kind of gross oozing stuff coming out of his stomach. And I look over at Lady Gregory, and she sort of coughs. She's like [cough] [cough] "Oh, excuse me." And there's vomit, like dribbling down her chin, and it smells really bad. And I think, "Well, wait a second, that's not just the smell of vomit," which is, doesn't smell very good, "that's the smell of like dead person vomit." You know, so it's like doubly foul. And then I realize I'm actually in the land of the dead, and everyone around me is dead. My dog had been dead for over ten years, Lady Gregory had been dead a lot longer than that. When I finally woke up, I was like, whoa, that wasn't a dream, that was a visitation to this real place, the land of the dead.So what happened? I mean how did you finally get out of it?Oh man. It was just like one of those like life altering experiences. I mean I could never really look at the world the same way again, after that.Yeah, but I mean like how did you, how did you finally get out of the dream? See, that's my problem. I'm like trapped. I keep, I keep thinking that I'm waking up, but I'm still in a dream. It seems like it's going on forever. I can't get out of it, and I want to wake up for real. How do you really wake up?I don't know, I don't know. I'm not very good at that anymore. But, um, if that's what you're thinking, I mean you, you probably should. I mean, you know if you can wake up, you should, because you know someday, you know, you won't be able to. So just, um ... But it's easy. You know. Just, just wake up. ~ Waking Life,

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1:Every movie is unknown. ~ Ang Lee,
2:I like making movies. ~ Antoine Fuqua,
3:Movies are too literal. ~ E L Doctorow,
4:The Big Night, a movie ~ Cindy Chupack,
5:I hate Danny Kaye movies. ~ Dick Cavett,
6:My weapon is just a movie. ~ Gaspar Noe,
7:Life ain't the movies. ~ Dorothy Allison,
8:A sketch is just a mini movie. ~ Jim Rash,
9:Books are truer than movies. ~ Adam Levin,
10:I really love to make movies. ~ Sean Penn,
11:Too much TV hurts movies. ~ Elvis Presley,
12:Always stay in your own movie. ~ Ken Kesey,
13:I do enjoy animated movies. ~ Nicolas Cage,
14:I'm a horror movie fanatic. ~ Gina Philips,
15:I make movies I want to see. ~ Neil LaBute,
16:I never made a good movie. ~ Dick Van Dyke,
17:I think I made good movies. ~ Jane Campion,
18:I want to make my own movie. ~ Bam Margera,
19:Movies are very subjective. ~ Jeff Bridges,
20:#MyFaveMovieScenes #NachoLibre ~ Anonymous,
21:My mom wasn't a movie star. ~ Jeff Bridges,
22:The best movies are simple. ~ Shia LaBeouf,
23:tastes in books, movies, ~ Jessica Gadziala,
24:A good movie humanizes people. ~ Ethan Hawke,
25:I like movies about failing. ~ Albert Brooks,
26:I want to make timeless movies. ~ Fred Durst,
27:I was made for action movies. ~ Asia Argento,
28:Movies are like magic tricks. ~ Jeff Bridges,
29:Every movie is a love story. ~ Sandra Bullock,
30:I like action-adventure movies. ~ Ian Ziering,
31:I like movies I can relate to. ~ Kim Cattrall,
32:I'm a fan of action movies. ~ Kate Beckinsale,
33:I make more movies than I see. ~ Rutger Hauer,
34:Movies are an editor's medium. ~ Stephen Root,
35:Never judge a book by it's movie. ~ Anonymous,
36:Sometimes I look at my own movies ~ Ann Petry,
37:There are no Asian movie stars ~ Aaron Sorkin,
38:All my good movies, nobody sees. ~ Chris Evans,
39:I always wanted to make movies. ~ Daniel Craig,
40:If no producer, no movie. ~ Dino De Laurentiis,
41:I have not seen Al Gore's movie. ~ Dick Cheney,
42:To me, the movie is about power. ~ Neil Burger,
43:You become the movie you are making. ~ Ang Lee,
44:I like the good feeling movies. ~ Robert Duvall,
45:I like very much to do movies. ~ John Malkovich,
46:I manage to hide in my movies. ~ Liev Schreiber,
47:I'm obsessed with horrible movies. ~ Kreayshawn,
48:I've always wanted to make movies. ~ Fred Durst,
49:Jack Reacher is a brilliant movie ~ Ken Follett,
50:Movies help the sales of the comics. ~ Stan Lee,
51:NeXT computer or Pixar movie, ~ Walter Isaacson,
52:Oh, I love horror movies, yeah. ~ Norman Reedus,
53:Some movies work and some don't. ~ Tommy Wiseau,
54:There's more to life than movies. ~ Paul Walker,
55:Forget movies - I'd rather choose books! ~ Disha,
56:great villains make great movies. ~ Staton Rabin,
57:I just love, I love, I love movies. ~ Laura Dern,
58:I like movie night,” she whispers. ~ Alexa Riley,
59:I'm not really a horror movie fan. ~ Dan Scanlon,
60:I would like to do a sports movie. ~ Sean Durkin,
61:Rambo only exists in the movies. ~ Daniel Ortega,
62:This isn’t some Hollywood movie. ~ Kendra Elliot,
63:Give me B movies or give me death! ~ Clive Barker,
64:I like movies that make you think. ~ Robin Wright,
65:I see most of my movies at festivals. ~ Jean Reno,
66:I want to be able to make a movie. ~ Reggie Watts,
67:I want to make, like, 8,000 movies. ~ Clara Mamet,
68:Mirrors are the essence of movies. ~ Nicolas Roeg,
69:Movies are an expensive business. ~ Albert Brooks,
70:My favorite movies are love stories. ~ Tom Savini,
71:The movie business is a big gamble. ~ Jackie Chan,
72:Christ, I'm in a Doris Day movie ~ Jennifer Crusie,
73:Every great movie has conflict. ~ Patrick Lencioni,
74:Fargo is one of my favorite movies. ~ Tate Donovan,
75:High Noon is a pretty corny movie. ~ Robert Duvall,
76:I aim for a lifetime full of movies. ~ Salma Hayek,
77:I like to go to the movies or read. ~ Adriana Lima,
78:I'm in a Disney movie. - Augustine ~ Ilona Andrews,
79:I'm not really into horror movies. ~ Margot Kidder,
80:In every movie I do have a dialogue. ~ Jackie Chan,
81:I think moviemakers are dramatists. ~ Ridley Scott,
82:I wish we could go to the movies. ~ Rachel Hawkins,
83:I work with a lot of movie stars. ~ Norman Jewison,
84:Let's keep making inexpensive movies. ~ Jason Blum,
85:Making a movie is casting a spell. ~ Kenneth Anger,
86:Making movies is like herding cats. ~ Eric Fellner,
87:Movies are a world of Fragments. ~ Jean Luc Godard,
88:I cast unusual people in my movies. ~ Albert Brooks,
89:I love any comedic zombie movies. ~ Atticus Shaffer,
90:I make movies. I'm not in politics. ~ Andrew Niccol,
91:I'm frightened of my own movies. ~ Alfred Hitchcock,
92:Make a movie that you can be proud of. ~ Gaspar Noe,
93:My first love will always be movies. ~ Greg Mottola,
94:Real movie producers arent this nice. ~ Joel Siegel,
95:You need names to get the movie made. ~ Laverne Cox,
96:I loved scary movies growing up. ~ Katie Featherston,
97:I'm not a movie star and I know that. ~ Steve Harvey,
98:Life is a movie, let love play its role. ~ Lil Wayne,
99:movie channel, silently chastising ~ Debbie Macomber,
100:My dad took me to my first movie. ~ Steven Spielberg,
101:The best movies are rooted in reality. ~ Seth Gordon,
102:They’re always wrong in the movies. ~ Benjamin Percy,
103:Any good movie is filled with secrets. ~ Mike Nichols,
104:A script is like a theory of a movie. ~ John C Reilly,
105:Growing up I didn't watch movies. ~ Denzel Washington,
106:I cry in movies a lot, and over books. ~ Hayley Mills,
107:I don't direct movies for a living. ~ Tommy Lee Jones,
108:In the movies, killers are omnipotent. ~ Harlan Coben,
109:I've always wanted to do a space movie. ~ Danny Boyle,
110:Nobody makes movies bad on purpose. ~ Roland Emmerich,
111:Nobody makes movies like Oliver Stone. ~ Shia LaBeouf,
112:The future is always a dystopia in movies. ~ Alex Cox,
113:For me, horror movies are a real escape. ~ Lena Headey,
114:Great movies are rarely perfect movies. ~ Pauline Kael,
115:'Home Alone' was a movie, not an alibi. ~ Jerry Orbach,
116:I am an actress. I am not a movie star. ~ Luise Rainer,
117:If this were a movie I'd be the bad guy. ~ Johnny Cash,
118:I like all kinds of movies. I really do. ~ Lucy Fisher,
119:I like the black and white movies on AMC. ~ Slick Rick,
120:I loved movies ever since I was a kid. ~ Roger Deakins,
121:I love doing serious movies for adults. ~ Carla Gugino,
122:I'm going to do more movies and travel. ~ Tommy Wiseau,
123:I’m not producing movies to make money ~ Ranbir Kapoor,
124:I'm not quite ready for a no makeup movie. ~ Tea Leoni,
125:I'm not really enamored by movie stars. ~ Frank Grillo,
126:I'm shockingly terrible at action movies. ~ Emma Stone,
127:I see movies in my head when I think and ~ Diane Capri,
128:I've always wanted to do a boxing movie. ~ Walter Hill,
129:I was never a fanatical movie person. ~ John Malkovich,
130:Life is a movie; death is a photograph. ~ Susan Sontag,
131:Movies are not a growth business. ~ Jeffrey Katzenberg,
132:After all, life is not a Hindi movie. ~ Khaled Hosseini,
133:A lot of movies treat kids like idiots. ~ Anna Chlumsky,
134:He was basically a Cary Grant movie. ~ Rachel Higginson,
135:I am a big fan of movies from the ’70s. ~ Chris Messina,
136:I don't see all the movies that come out. ~ Ray Walston,
137:I never argue with people about movies. ~ Andrew Sarris,
138:I steal from every movie ever made. ~ Quentin Tarantino,
139:I've always wanted to do a family movie. ~ Adam Sandler,
140:I was very, very inspired [by movies]. ~ Sergei Polunin,
141:My favorite movie of all time is 'Rocky.' ~ Kevin James,
142:Never judge a book by its cover or a movie. ~ Anonymous,
143:Nobody needs a movie to give them an idea. ~ Snoop Dogg,
144:Playing the assholes in the movie is fun. ~ Will Arnett,
145:Sucker Punch' is a big girl power movie. ~ Carla Gugino,
146:Watching movies is my one distraction. ~ Marilyn Manson,
147:All my movies are achingly personal. ~ Quentin Tarantino,
148:Americans don't like European movies. ~ Marina Abramovic,
149:But most good movies have a gun in them. ~ David Sedaris,
150:Hollywood is throwing action movies at me. ~ Liam Neeson,
151:Honestly, I don't see movies more than once. ~ Ira Glass,
152:I am in Toronto, shooting a movie for NBC. ~ Paula Abdul,
153:I don't intentionally make deep movies. ~ Hayao Miyazaki,
154:I'd rather be smart than a movie star. ~ Natalie Portman,
155:I like to make movies I like to watch. ~ Elle Macpherson,
156:I made my first movie when I was five. ~ Abigail Breslin,
157:I'm the number-one fan of gangster movies. ~ David Chase,
158:I think movies do change people's hearts. ~ Brit Marling,
159:Life isn't what it's like in the movies. ~ Josh Hartnett,
160:Most people are extras in their own movie. ~ Bob Proctor,
161:My education was an education by movies. ~ Robert Benton,
162:Obviously, I'm attracted to heavier movies. ~ Clive Owen,
163:Producers don't really publicize movies. ~ Rick McCallum,
164:The book's always better than the movie. ~ Richelle Mead,
165:The film makers are the true movie stars. ~ Logan Lerman,
166:There's not a lot of good movies being made. ~ Sean Penn,
167:A movie is never finished, only abandoned. ~ George Lucas,
168:Films like Fargo are why I love the movies. ~ Roger Ebert,
169:I always wanted to do a Disney movie. ~ Patrick Warburton,
170:I don't see you making a movie about Bob Arum. ~ Don King,
171:I grew up with action movies in my head. ~ Christian Kane,
172:I hate movies. They're so boring. So tedious. ~ Eric Idle,
173:I'm used to watching old movies of myself. ~ Jeff Bridges,
174:I never have kids in movies or in TV shows. ~ David Spade,
175:I've made more movies than anybody now. ~ Virginia Madsen,
176:I've played a lot of mothers in my movies. ~ Vera Farmiga,
177:Making movies is all about instinct. ~ Dino De Laurentiis,
178:My favorite unknown movie is 'The Comic.' ~ Dick Van Dyke,
179:The Outsiders.” Yeah, I’m an 80’s movie nerd. ~ Anonymous,
180:But the cavalry arrived only in the movies. ~ Stephen King,
181:I know what a good movie is. ~ Gilberto Hernandez Guerrero,
182:I'm just a photographer, not a movie star. ~ Ryan McGinley,
183:I never get to go to movies, because I'm a mom. ~ Tina Fey,
184:It's an excellent movie. Really excellent. ~ Bill O Reilly,
185:I want to make a good, solid kung fu movie. ~ Keanu Reeves,
186:I want to write and direct a movie one day. ~ Elle Fanning,
187:like that old Plymouth in the horror movie, ~ Stephen King,
188:My life is like a movie and I do my own stunts ~ Lil Wayne,
189:My older movies, I find easier to watch. ~ Asa Butterfield,
190:Out of the total of 11 movies, I got slammed. ~ Tony Scott,
191:Phones had more sequels than the Saw movies. ~ Gena D Lutz,
192:That’s got to be a ten blowjob movie, at least. ~ K C Burn,
193:There are a lot of movies made for nobody. ~ Stan Brakhage,
194:A lot of movies are made to make us dream. ~ Olga Kurylenko,
195:Any movie's only as good as the director. ~ Woody Harrelson,
196:Directing a movie is serious, it's not a joke. ~ Fred Durst,
197:I learn so much more in an ensemble movie. ~ Ryan Phillippe,
198:I love to watch movies and play cricket. ~ Riteish Deshmukh,
199:I'm not a movie star. I'm just an actress ~ Monica Bellucci,
200:I've always loved movies, art and clothes. ~ Colleen Atwood,
201:I won't make a movie for money ever again. ~ Ryan Phillippe,
202:I would love to do a 'Scream'-type movie. ~ Abigail Breslin,
203:Most of us do not consciously look at movies. ~ Roger Ebert,
204:Movies are different from real life. ~ Joseph Gordon Levitt,
205:The movie's not over till everybody's dead. ~ Denis Johnson,
206:There are different reasons to make movies. ~ Aaron Eckhart,
207:There are so many decisions in making a movie. ~ Rick Baker,
208:When I get excited about a movie I need to talk. ~ Joe Hill,
209:I don't like movies that are morally simple. ~ Paul Mazursky,
210:If I were directing a movie, it would scare me. ~ Seth Rogen,
211:If you love movies, then you love America. ~ Mathieu Amalric,
212:I go to the movies. I absolutely love film. ~ Frederick Lenz,
213:I'm a big fan of the older vampire movies. ~ Josh Hutcherson,
214:I'm a great fan of Woody Allen's movies. ~ Arnaud Desplechin,
215:I used to love ninja movies. That was my thing. ~ Matt Smith,
216:I was fascinated by movies from age 12. ~ Jean Paul Gaultier,
217:Movies make you immortal and ageless. ~ Kristin Scott Thomas,
218:My favorite movie is Closer and Love Story. ~ Shelley Hennig,
219:My movies are not about being, but becoming. ~ Sofia Coppola,
220:My parents don't really watch movies at all. ~ Teresa Palmer,
221:Take me, subtract movies, and you get zero. ~ Akira Kurosawa,
222:Television. That's where movies go when they die. ~ Bob Hope,
223:The movies were custard compared to politics. ~ Nancy Reagan,
224:When your movie is hot, your options are crazy. ~ Jamie Foxx,
225:A movie studio is the best toy a boy ever had. ~ Orson Welles,
226:A Passage to India. It is my favourite movie. ~ Maurice Jarre,
227:Don't get obsessed with not liking a movie. ~ Stanley Kubrick,
228:Every time you make a movie it's an adventure. ~ Shia LaBeouf,
229:I ain't no movie star, man. I'm a booty star. ~ Richard Pryor,
230:I always viewed life as material for a movie. ~ Noah Baumbach,
231:I just love scary movies. I love the thrill. ~ Odette Annable,
232:I like to expand myself as far as watching movies. ~ Ace Hood,
233:I'm a huge horror movie fan. Beyond belief. ~ Abigail Breslin,
234:I'm going to be a great movie star some day. ~ Marilyn Monroe,
235:I'm very happy in France making movies. ~ Michel Hazanavicius,
236:I only make movies that are interesting to me. ~ Brian Grazer,
237:It's not an old movie if you haven't seen it. ~ Lauren Bacall,
238:I've made over 20 movies, and 5 of them are good. ~ Tom Hanks,
239:Joan Crawford is a movie star. I am an actress. ~ Bette Davis,
240:Make movies. Don't make videos. Videos are evil. ~ Jeff Ament,
241:Movies are the shadiest business in the world. ~ Jessica Alba,
242:My movies are okay, but they're not my specials. ~ Chris Rock,
243:Pixar is the first studio that is a movie star. ~ Roger Ebert,
244:That love of movies is very much alive in me. ~ Curtis Hanson,
245:The movie of my life must be really low budget. ~ Jim Butcher,
246:The Way to a Man’s Lap Is Through a Horror Movie ~ J S Cooper,
247:They usually show movies on a flight like that. ~ Ken Coleman,
248:Would I do it again? Film another movie? Oh yeah. ~ Ray Allen,
249:All my movies, like Revenge, are under two hours. ~ Tony Scott,
250:All you need for a movie is a gun and a cat. ~ Jean Luc Godard,
251:A lot of movies aren't intended for everybody. ~ Tim Heidecker,
252:I can't really remember my life without movies. ~ Elle Fanning,
253:I do a lot of improvising on movies, actually. ~ John C Reilly,
254:If you don't like my movies, don't watch them. ~ Dario Argento,
255:If you dress like a movie star, you have me. ~ Steven Cojocaru,
256:I love doing movies that touch people's lives. ~ Cory Hardrict,
257:I love doing TV as much as I love doing movies. ~ Sarah Wright,
258:I make movies for money, exclusively for money. ~ Klaus Kinski,
259:I'm a movie guy - I can get lost in anything. ~ Chaske Spencer,
260:I think a movie is a media that is evoking feelings. ~ Ang Lee,
261:I want to get into movies, not just TV series. ~ LaToya London,
262:I was probably 11 by the time I saw a movie. ~ Peter Gallagher,
263:Most movie stars don't change their look at all. ~ Kelly Lynch,
264:Movie makers now choose profit over vision. ~ Shirley MacLaine,
265:Movies are just ridiculously expensive. ~ Anthony Michael Hall,
266:My favorite movie ever is Bicycle Thieves. ~ Jennifer Morrison,
267:No one can stop me from talking about my movie. ~ Abel Ferrara,
268:Real life is never, never as simple as a movie. ~ William Boyd,
269:Sometimes in a movie, the lines are so perfect. ~ Jimmy Fallon,
270:Sometimes movies really are the best medicine. ~ Alice Hoffman,
271:The fact is, I never wanted to be a movie star. ~ Piper Laurie,
272:There was no movie ending. There was only ending. ~ Alex Flinn,
273:The world you see is just a movie in your mind. ~ Jack Kerouac,
274:This middle-budget drama movies are just gone. ~ Ewan McGregor,
275:We want the kind of love that sells movie tickets. ~ Sarah Jio,
276:When I watch myself in movies I go, 'My God.' ~ Gemma Arterton,
277:When romance is done well in a movie, its awesome. ~ Nat Wolff,
278:Will Ferrell's made a lot of brilliant movies. ~ Noah Baumbach,
279:yeah. In a movie it would work, yeah. But . . . ~ Stephen King,
280:You don't make a movie, the movie makes you. ~ Jean Luc Godard,
281:All you need for a movie is a gun and a girl. ~ Jean Luc Godard,
282:Bringing any movie together is a minor miracle. ~ Ryan Reynolds,
283:Collaborative is my favorite word in moviemaking. ~ J K Simmons,
284:Every time I design clothes, I'm making a movie. ~ Ralph Lauren,
285:I always give myself a little part in every movie. ~ Adam McKay,
286:I always related my favorite music to the movies. ~ Petra Haden,
287:I do like to move and get physical in my movies. ~ Nicolas Cage,
288:I don't know why boys expect us to like boy movies ~ John Green,
289:If you like the book, you'll hate the movie. ~ Daniel Radcliffe,
290:I love film. I am very blessed to be making movies. ~ Luke Goss,
291:I love 'Training Day' - that's a great movie. ~ Jake Gyllenhaal,
292:In my career, my movies tend to polarize critics. ~ John Landis,
293:I think I would give up movies for this feeling. ~ Melissa Keil,
294:I want to do movies but not talk about them. ~ Nastassja Kinski,
295:Movies are a collective art. Art by proxy. ~ Sylvester Stallone,
296:Movies are like a machine that generates empathy. ~ Roger Ebert,
297:On any movie I'm involved with, I say what I think. ~ Sean Penn,
298:One of my dogs is in the movie Beethoven's 2nd. ~ Greg Louganis,
299:People go to the movies instead of moving. ~ Tennessee Williams,
300:This man can make a horror movie without makeup. ~ Jerry Lawler,
301:Why do my movies make people feel so dead inside? ~ Kevin Smith,
302:You’ve seen the movies. Bad guy always comes back. ~ Sophie Oak,
303:All of life’s riddles are answered in the movies. ~ Steve Martin,
304:Everything I learned I learned from the movies. ~ Audrey Hepburn,
305:I can be in 20 movies. But I'll never be an actor. ~ Jon Stewart,
306:I’d enjoy a good book before watching a movie. ~ Catherine Bybee,
307:I don't know why boys expect us to like boy movies. ~ John Green,
308:I get totally creeped out by other people's movies. ~ Pell James,
309:I like action movies! Action movies are awesome. ~ Mackenzie Foy,
310:I'm often uncertain of what's expected of a movie. ~ Hal Hartley,
311:It's amazing what these superhero movies have become. ~ Stan Lee,
312:I've made movies that cost less than one car chase. ~ Sam Mendes,
313:I've never made movies to reach millions of people. ~ Guy Maddin,
314:I very rarely get actually sad when ending a movie. ~ Mila Kunis,
315:I wrote and directed a movie called Two-Bit Waltz. ~ Clara Mamet,
316:Kids today don't watch a black and white movie. ~ Robert Englund,
317:Movies are like writing history with lightning. ~ Woodrow Wilson,
318:Movies can't ruin books. They can only ruin movies. ~ S E Hinton,
319:Movies that look safe are less interesting. ~ Guillermo del Toro,
320:Since I was a kid I've wanted to be in a Bond movie. ~ Rick Yune,
321:To be a movie star, you have to invent yourself. ~ Michael Caine,
322:You can go out in a good movie and look bad as well. ~ Gary Cole,
323:A movie grants a visa. A book makes you a citizen. ~ D B C Pierre,
324:A movie is about human beings, about humanity. ~ Abbas Kiarostami,
325:And old movies, of course, brought me and Ed together. ~ A J Finn,
326:But I didn't know much about directing a movie. ~ Jason Alexander,
327:Everybody wants to be in the next Marvel movie. ~ Robert Kazinsky,
328:Every movie has its own unique series of challenges. ~ Peter Berg,
329:I do love science-fiction and horror movies. ~ Nicolas Ghesquiere,
330:I don't go to the movies because I don't like films. ~ Donna Leon,
331:If the movie's not communicating, it's not working. ~ Judd Apatow,
332:I have eclectic tastes in the movies I want to do. ~ Nicolas Cage,
333:I have never met a grateful performer in the movies. ~ Harry Cohn,
334:I made about 56 movies, I think. Not that many. ~ Angela Lansbury,
335:I'm nervous when taking part in any movie. ~ Jamie Campbell Bower,
336:I'm used to people clapping at the end of the movie. ~ Will Smith,
337:In movies, comedy and tragedy are all the same. ~ Jean Luc Godard,
338:I pulled out of making movies in about '96 or '97. ~ Rick Moranis,
339:It's a movie depiction you don't want to screw up. ~ Laszlo Nemes,
340:I've never read for a movie, I've always been given them. ~ Ice T,
341:I wouldn't want to do a whole movie with effects. ~ Stephen Dorff,
342:Movies are like an expensive form of therapy for me. ~ Tim Burton,
343:Movie without romance feels like food without flavor. ~ Toba Beta,
344:My days are straight out of the movie Groundhog Day. ~ Mark Cuban,
345:My favorite movie of all time is 'Home Alone 3.' ~ Jacob Latimore,
346:There's never really been a real hood Christmas movie. ~ Ice Cube,
347:Usually a lot of moviemaking is boring. ~ Mary Elizabeth Winstead,
348:Why should you have to atone for making big movies? ~ Emily Blunt,
349:Doing anything on a movie at Sundance is great. ~ Nicholas Jarecki,
350:Do you know how many movies I wrote when I was high? ~ Jon Stewart,
351:Every movie I've been in has ended up on television. ~ Tony Curtis,
352:I don't like definitions. I like four-hour movies. ~ Kevin Costner,
353:I don't want to be a part of any Bollywood movie. ~ Russell Peters,
354:i just desperately wish this was only a movie. ~ Walter Dean Myers,
355:I think it would be fun to write about movies again. ~ Bill Condon,
356:Mom was making popcorn, as if this were a movie. “Did ~ Kiera Cass,
357:Most movies are stupidity machines—like politicians. ~ Dean Koontz,
358:Movies are fun, but they're not a cure for cancer. ~ Warren Beatty,
359:One of my favorite movies of all time is Fargo. ~ Cameron Monaghan,
360:So you see, movies are really another dimension. ~ Cecilia Bartoli,
361:The interesting thing about a movie is the movie. ~ Christian Bale,
362:What I don't like are pompous, pretentious movies. ~ Peter Jackson,
363:You start selling the movie before you make it. ~ David Cronenberg,
364:Acting in the movies is just like ditch-digging ~ Margaret Sullavan,
365:A good movie is three good scenes and no bad scenes. ~ Howard Hawks,
366:A movie theater is Switzerland of the diet world. ~ Lisa Scottoline,
367:Cazale was the most underrated actor in movie ~ Matthew FitzSimmons,
368:Do you want to make a movie for Memphis, Janie?” I ~ Sloane Kennedy,
369:Everything I learned I learned from the
movies. ~ Audrey Hepburn,
370:For me, certain shots or scenes are keys in the movie. ~ Sam Mendes,
371:Had a big trial. It was like an Errol Flynn movie. ~ Jeannie Walker,
372:I do want to direct a movie from horseback one day. ~ Cary Fukunaga,
373:I have a day job. I can make movies when I want to. ~ Warren Beatty,
374:I just fight in my movies, never in real life. ~ Sylvester Stallone,
375:I like plays, movies, everything. It doesn't matter. ~ Michael Dorn,
376:I may be a B-movie star, but I work. I'm an actor. ~ Robert Englund,
377:I'm blessed to have cool roles in these big movies. ~ Jeremy Renner,
378:In the movies, God is an actor just like everyone else. ~ Kris Kidd,
379:It is so much like a movie, Irina can't stand it. ~ J Robert Lennon,
380:It's definitely surreal to watch yourself in a movie. ~ Justin Long,
381:I wanted it to be like a high quality, drive-in movie. ~ Rob Zombie,
382:I wasn't going to have fun doing a teen movie again. ~ Heath Ledger,
383:Mothers of America / let your kids go to the movies! ~ Frank O Hara,
384:Movies absorb our attention more completely, I think. ~ Roger Ebert,
385:Movies are a big part of our Indian culture. ~ Mahendra Singh Dhoni,
386:Someone dies when the movies get into your dreams. ~ Steve Erickson,
387:Switchin' speeds like Bruce Lee ridin' up Fuji in a movie. ~ Redman,
388:The female nudity in movies is always sexualized. ~ Sarah Silverman,
389:The first movie that I saw was Godzilla and I loved it. ~ Pam Grier,
390:The only entry level position on a movie is director. ~ Colin Hanks,
391:We all need illusions. That's why we love movies. ~ Monica Bellucci,
392:You hated him in the movies! Now you're ambivalent. ~ Steve Higgins,
393:Audiences in mainland China know how to discuss movies. ~ Andrew Lau,
394:Every movie has its complexities and its challenges. ~ Simon Kinberg,
395:First thought? Romance movies were bad for her psyche. ~ Kelly Moran,
396:I do read a lot. I read more than I watch movies. ~ Paolo Sorrentino,
397:If anybody knows how to make action movies it's Sly. ~ Jason Statham,
398:I love movies - it's my whole life, and that's it. ~ Martin Scorsese,
399:I love talking about movies that mean something to me. ~ Jena Malone,
400:I love to read things that I'm sure won't make a movie. ~ Amy Pascal,
401:I love to see movies and just other embarrassing stuff. ~ Emma Stone,
402:I make a movie because it's something that inspires me. ~ Tony Scott,
403:I'm not a strikingly handsome guy, but I'm in movies. ~ Shia LaBeouf,
404:I never really thought I wanted to become a movie star. ~ Anna Faris,
405:I've had a love affair with every movie I've ever done. ~ Tony Scott,
406:I've seen Jaws [movie], like, 800 times. And I love it. ~ Rob Huebel,
407:I wish there would be more movies about scientists. ~ James D Watson,
408:Movie directing is a perfect refuge for the mediocre. ~ Orson Welles,
409:My dad had a movie theater so I was there every night. ~ Brion James,
410:My main income came from failed movie and TV options. ~ W P Kinsella,
411:Obviously, movies don't almost ever shoot in sequence. ~ Geena Davis,
412:Reality TV looks more like America than movies do. ~ Gabrielle Union,
413:Sometimes, watching a movie is a bit like being raped. ~ Luis Bu uel,
414:The goddam movies. They can ruin you. I'm not kidding ~ J D Salinger,
415:The movie I end up with is the movie I aspired to make. ~ Doug Liman,
416:Top Gun was one of my favorite movies growing up. ~ Stephen Colletti,
417:Very few movies I've done I regret being involved in. ~ Jared Harris,
418:We don't want to go to a movie and sit in a lecture. ~ Jeremy Renner,
419:A movie about the past is not the same as the past. ~ Margaret Atwood,
420:Bad films gave me the courage to try making a movie ~ Stanley Kubrick,
421:Because we all need to believe in movies, sometimes. ~ pleasefindthis,
422:Being on a movie set is like one long financial crisis. ~ John Cusack,
423:Consciousness is the greatest movie-maker in the whole world. ~ Mooji,
424:I am very happy making lower budgeted horror movies. ~ Bradley Fuller,
425:I didn't even know my bra size until I made a movie. ~ Angelina Jolie,
426:I don't think I really have a talent for movie acting. ~ Alec Baldwin,
427:I'd rather be in love and have a baby than have a movie. ~ Mila Kunis,
428:If there is Katrina Kaif in any film, the movie is a hit ~ Aamir Khan,
429:I have to say I regretted giving up animated movies. ~ Stanislav Grof,
430:I make movies for teenage boys. Oh, dear, what a crime. ~ Michael Bay,
431:I think all my Star Trek movies are very earthbound. ~ Nicholas Meyer,
432:I've done lots of improv things but not a whole movie. ~ Martin Short,
433:I've seen too many ups and downs in the movie industry. ~ Jackie Chan,
434:I would have loved to have been in a Hitchcock movie. ~ Kirsten Dunst,
435:Life is difficult enough without Meryl Streep movies. ~ Truman Capote,
436:Movies are not about moving, but about whether to move. ~ Roger Ebert,
437:Movies took you right up to the edge but kept you safe. ~ John Updike,
438:Scary Movie' is very broad, and the reality is extreme. ~ Regina Hall,
439:So a failed movie is not going to ruin my career. ~ Vincent D Onofrio,
440:Some people get therapy, some people get to make movies. ~ Tim Burton,
441:Sometimes I think of movie acting as advanced pretend. ~ Jeff Bridges,
442:The goddam movies. They can ruin you. I'm not kidding. ~ J D Salinger,
443:The movie feels to me like a real work of lovely art. ~ Jeff Goldblum,
444:The movies are not my first priority - the theater is. ~ Kevin Spacey,
445:The movies helped define how I should be as a person. ~ Kevin Costner,
446:When you're making movies you've got to get obsessive. ~ Daniel Craig,
447:A monster movie is only as good as the monster in it. ~ Matthew Reilly,
448:A movie that is unable to elicit emotion isn't a movie. ~ Xavier Dolan,
449:I didn't like some of the movies that were coming into me ~ Ray Liotta,
450:I did plays and movies and whatever all over the place. ~ Joe Mantegna,
451:I directed a movie and now, I'm going to do the editing. ~ Salma Hayek,
452:I'd love most of the movies I make to be four hours long. ~ Toby Jones,
453:I do enjoy the puzzle-solving aspect of making a movie. ~ Duncan Jones,
454:I don't think I've ever seen a zombie movie in my life. ~ Cheryl Hines,
455:If I were a moviemaker I'd set about hunting sunsets. ~ Julio Cort zar,
456:If your movies don't perform, they just stop calling you. ~ Matt Damon,
457:I just always had a love for television and movies. ~ Bruce Boxleitner,
458:I learned a lot about morality from fiction, from movies. ~ Rob Morrow,
459:I like to look at the songs like they're little movies. ~ Brad Paisley,
460:In a way, everything concerning a movie leaves me cold. ~ Klaus Kinski,
461:In one way, at least, our lives really are like movies. ~ Stephen King,
462:I think you direct a movie just to express your own self. ~ Gaspar Noe,
463:I think you should make a movie that has an audience. ~ Matthew Vaughn,
464:It's not what a movie is about, it's how it is about it. ~ Roger Ebert,
465:I've spent many birthdays on a movie set, all great days. ~ Tom Cruise,
466:Jonathan Demme is a very sharp editor of his movies. ~ Anthony Hopkins,
467:Movies find me, and I kind of just allow them to find me. ~ Jim Carrey,
468:Never, never did I think I would be in a Disney movie. ~ Kristin Davis,
469:Some people do piano lessons after school; I do movies. ~ Elle Fanning,
470:the fault in our stars is the best book and the movie too ~ John Green,
471:The sorts of movies my late father had been nuts about. ~ Ernest Cline,
472:This isn't some after-school feel-good movie special. ~ Meagan Spooner,
473:With each movie I have a different set of inspirations. ~ Wes Anderson,
474:you ever noticed that life is like a series of movies? ~ Matthew Quick,
475:All those doomsday movies had it wrong the entire time. ~ Chris Dietzel,
476:Art talk is punk. Let the movie do your speaking for you. ~ David Denby,
477:'Blazing Saddles' is one of the funniest movies ever made. ~ Adam McKay,
478:Death in the horror movies is when the monsters get you. ~ Stephen King,
479:Every movie I've ever made has just kind of come together. ~ James Gunn,
480:Funny things happen to you in movies for silly reasons. ~ Michael Caine,
481:...I am now watching the movie of my life as I live it. ~ Matthew Quick,
482:I'd like to see a slasher movie set in the depression. ~ Robert Englund,
483:I don't generally do movies that get good reviews. ~ Sean William Scott,
484:I find it soothing, the thought of a movie theater. ~ Theophilus London,
485:I like movies that leave things in the hands of the audience. ~ Ti West,
486:I love Shah Rukh Khan! I have seen many of his movies. ~ Michael Steger,
487:I'm not a film buff. I don't watch a lot of movies. ~ Denzel Washington,
488:I never tell anyone what to take away from a movie. ~ Denzel Washington,
489:It's always useful to be in big movies for one's career. ~ Jeremy Irons,
490:I've always loved Peter Sellers and Alec Guinness movies. ~ Mark Hamill,
491:I've done movies that nobody's seen, and that's no fun. ~ Jeremy Renner,
492:I've gotten like five laughs in movies, just off guy hugs. ~ Adam McKay,
493:I write a story in my head. I see the story like a movie. ~ Ruskin Bond,
494:Love is beautiful even if they are in movies and books. ~ M F Moonzajer,
495:Making movies is a way of understanding myself and the world. ~ Ang Lee,
496:My favorite movie is 'The Diving Bell and the Butterfly.' ~ Jason Momoa,
497:My perfect plan is to do one movie every nine months. ~ Gwyneth Paltrow,
498:Since I've had children I don't really like horror movies. ~ Ken Marino,
499:The only thing approaching art in a movie is the script. ~ David Bailey,
500:The sorrow of not being movie stars overwhelms millions. ~ Mason Cooley,

--- IN CHAPTERS (in Dictionaries, in Quotes, in Chapters)



14

   1 Integral Yoga


   5 The Mother


   5 The Mothers Agenda
   2 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People


1.02_-_The_7_Habits_An_Overview, #The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, #Stephen Covey, #unset
  "Really, honey," I said earnestly, "I want to do it. No matter what, it's your choice."
  "I want to go see Star Wars," she replied. "But I know you don't like Star Wars. You slept through it before. You don't like these fantasy movies. That's okay, Dad."
  "No, honey, if that's what you'd like to do, I'd like to do it."

1.06_-_Quieting_the_Vital, #Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness, #Satprem, #Integral Yoga
  and reject them. After we have rejected them, they sometimes remain in the circumconscient,59 circling round and round, waiting for an opportunity to reenter we can very distinctly feel anger, desire or depression prowling around us but through continued nonintervention these vibrations will gradually lose their strength and eventually leave us alone. We will have severed the connection between them and us. Then one day, we will happily notice that certain vibrations which had seemed inescapable no longer touch us;
  they are as if drained of their power and merely flash by as if on a movie screen; interestingly, we can even see in advance the little mischief trying one more time to perpetuate its trick. Or else, we will find that certain psychological states hit us at fixed times, or recur in cycles (this is what Sri Aurobindo and Mother call a formation, an amalgam of vibrations that, through sheer repetitions, tends to take on a kind of personality of its own); once we pick it up, we will see this 57
  

1.07_-_A_Song_of_Longing_for_Tara,_the_Infallible, #How to Free Your Mind - Tara the Liberator, #Thubten Chodron, #unset
  is, we want everyone in that profession to think that were good. In our family, we want to be seen as successful. Whatever our hobby, we want others to
  know that we excel in it. Not only politicians and movie stars hunger for
  fame and reputation; we do, too! We each have our own little domains in
  --
  Give me more!
  For genuine spiritual practitioners, praise and reputation arent appealing. Theyre like a grade B movie, because these beings have turned away
  from the world. They dont seek honor and possessions because they realize

2.02_-_Habit_2_Begin_with_the_End_in_Mind, #The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, #Stephen Covey, #unset
  
  For a period of time during Nasser's administration Sadat was relegated to a position of relative insignificance. Everyone felt that his spirit was broken, but it wasn't. They were projecting their own home movies onto him. They didn't understand him. He was biding his time.
  
  --
  
  Pleasure Centeredness. Another common center, closely allied with possessions, is that of fun and pleasure. We live in a world where instant gratification is available and encouraged. Television and movies are major influences in increasing people's expectations. They graphically portray what other people have and can do in living the life of ease and "fun."
  But while the glitter of pleasure-centered lifestyles is graphically portrayed, the natural result of such lifestyles -- the impact on the inner person, on productivity, on relationships -- is seldom accurately seen.
  --
  
  Too many vacations that last too long, too many movies, too much TV, too much video game playing -- too much undisciplined leisure time in which a person continually takes the course of least resistance -- gradually wastes a life. It ensures that a person's capacities stay dormant, that talents remain undeveloped, that the mind and spirit become lethargic and that the heart is unfulfilled.
  

3-5_Full_Circle, #unset, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  Coordinate system 1 represents the traditional Capitalist System, as it existed in Switzerland in 1925 and still exists in varying degrees in nearly all countries of the partially Free World. Side by side, there are symbiotic ( + , + ) industries and businesses, and monopolistic, predatory ones ( - , + ); there are symbiotic labor organizations, and some who, by monopolistic union practices, systematically exploit and sometimes ruin management ( + , - ).
  Coordinate system 2 represents the formation of Switzerland's rrertical front in 1925. "A group of far-sighted leaders, headed by Gottlieb Duttweiler and supported today (1948) by one hundred and forty thousand common citizens-most of them with their families33--jointly created a region of cooperation in the following activities: Food distribution, industrial manufacturing, finance, farm production; press, movies, schools and book publishing; clothing, transport and tourist recreation, all this backed by a political movement especially strong in Zurich. These organizations have linked together enough of the spontaneous and scattered pockets of healthy Swiss resistance to both predation and parasitism to form a continuous cooperative front of both classes together, a vertical split from top to bottom of Swiss society. This is clearly shown by the fact that among the members of the Migros organizations and especially by the electors supporting its poiitical movement (the Landring of the Independents) we find every class of the Swiss population, workers as well as manufacturers; producers as well as consumers; employees as well as employers; people of literary, artistic, and scientific professions as well as their directors, publishers, and administrators."32
  Coordinate system 3 represents Switzerland's Social-Capitalist revolution; the long and continuing struggle between the two sides of her vertical front. By creating mutually beneficial stores and industries, Migros gives the Swiss public a choice, an alternative to the monopolists' exploitive industries, stores, and so forth. This choice transmutes a strategic volume of the monopolists' trade from predation (Group VI) to zero (Group 0).34 Nobody is arrested or killed, no factories are destroyed. What people do is to transfer their trade, their economic ballots, from the Dominant Minority, the monopolistic exploiters, to their Creative Minority. The monopolists have mounted long, ferocious price wars, campaigns of vilification, and prosecutions in the courts. But the Swiss public has had the moral stamina and courage, and the intelligence to support their Creative Minority victoriously for nearly fifty years. They even forced down the prices of the international oil trust, and have now expanded their vertical front to defend their environment: Migros has declared war on the water polluting detergent manufacturers by giving the public equally good but non-polluting alternatives. The public is joining the fray enthusiastically.

Agenda_Vol_11, #The Mothers Agenda, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  
  I have just seen a rather strange thing.... There was the daughter of a man who owns a big movie theater
   anyway a rich man. I dont know what happened, she was all right, then she gave birth in hospital and

Agenda_Vol_2, #The Mothers Agenda, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  coming here with children; necessarily they brought their servants along with them, who went to the
  bazaar and even to the movies and here and there. Then everything came in.
  But now the situation is bad. There are something like thirty cases of measles, four or five of
  --
  photographed! There ought to be photographic plates sensitive enough to do it. It has been tried. It
  would be interesting because it moves, it's like a movie.
  All right, then. What did you want to ask?
  --
  I don't like to talk about these things, though - they don't interest me. As Sri Aurobindo said, I
  lived my whole life absolutely free. I watched myself living through events like watching a movie. I
  had an inner vision, an inner will, and my inner reason for doing things was an Order received, an

Agenda_Vol_3, #The Mothers Agenda, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  
  nursery story; anyone could understand - it was an image, like a movie, and very vivid.
  So She made her first four emanations. The first was Consciousness and Light (arising from
  --
  But do you feel inclined to tell a fairy tale?... It needn't be very long.
  And with pictures, mon petit! Pictures of all the outer activities, like a movie.... A lovely magazine
  full of pictures. This seems to me the only thing that could really be said, because that's all that can be
  --
  I woke up after two thousand years with a rejuvenated body. It was a very amusing little story....
  And I say "vision," but you don't watch these things like a movie: you LIVE them. I somehow
  extricated myself from that sort of sealed grotto, and where Pondicherry had once stood (it had been

Agenda_Vol_4, #The Mothers Agenda, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  seriously, but in the wrong way: they don't take seriously what they have to do, they don't take their
  progress seriously, they take nothing seriously - they go to the movies when Sri Aurobindo is dying.
  That sort of thing. So I think this passage would open the door to too many misunderstandings. It's true,
  --
  figure, a representation; the closest word is "image." An image: not the thing itself but its projection,
  as on a movie screen.
  (silence)

Agenda_Vol_7, #The Mothers Agenda, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  thing done, they can be advised to do this or that thing, and it will end with such and such a thing. They
  are kinds of scenes from a book or scenes from a movie. Then, the same day or the next, someone
  suddenly tells me, "I received a message from you and you told me to write to so-and-so and tell him

BS_1_-_Introduction_to_the_Idea_of_God, #unset, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  
  So Jung believed that the dream was the birthplace of thought. Ive been extending that idea, because one of the things I wondered about deeplyyou have a dream, and then someone interprets it. You can argue about whether or not an interpretation is valid, just like you can argue about whether your interpretation of a novel or a movie is valid. Its a very difficult thing to determine with any degree of accuracywhich accounts, in part, for the postmodern critique. But my observation has been that people will present a dream and, sometimes, we can extract out real, useful information from it that the person didnt appear to know, and they get a flash of insight. Thats a marker that we stumbled on something that unites part of that person that wasnt united before. It pulls things together, which is often what a good story will do, or, sometimes, a good theory. Things snap together for you, and a little light goes on. Thats one of the markers that Ive used for accuracy and dreams, in my own family.
  
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  Artists observe one another, and they observe people. Then they represent what they see, and transmit the message of what they see, to us. That teaches us to see. We dont necessarily know what it is that were learning from them, but were learning somethingor, at least, were acting like were learning something. We go to movies; we watch stories; we immerse ourselves in fiction, constantly. Thats an artistic production, and, for many people, the world of the arts is a living world. Thats particularly true if youre a creative person.
  

class, #unset, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
             11 class:poem
             10 class:movie
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     13 Dalai Lama XIV
     12 movie
     12 Hinduism

Maps_of_Meaning_text, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  picture or a novel, and willingly suspend disbelief. We become impressed or terrified, despite ourselves, in
  the presence of a sufficiently powerful cultural figurehead (an intellectual idol, a sports superstar, a movie
  actor, a political leader, the pope, a famous beauty, even our superior at work) in the presence, that is, of
  --
  depths, the wide-eyed creature of the deep forests, the cry of the unknown animal, the claws of the grizzly
  and the smile of the criminally insane. The Great and Terrible Mother stars in every horror movie, every
  black comedy; she lies in wait for the purposefully ignorant like a crocodile waits in the bog. She is the
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  theory, wrote to a friend, At the moment physics is again terribly confused. In any case, it is too
  difficult for me, and I wish I had been a movie comedian or something of the sort and had never heard
  of physics. That testimony is particularly impressive if contrasted with Paulis words less than five
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  impressive, in the context of the dream. These walls were designed to permanently contain the object. I
  wasnt in the room, although I was there as an observer, like the audience in a movie. The object in the
  display case appeared alive. It was moving, and distorting its shape, like a chrysalis or a cocoon in its
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  This classic Freudian state of affairs is intelligently and accurately portrayed in the movie Crumb [Zwigoff, T.
  (1995)].
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  her from disrupting his familys (false) security. Unlike Raskolnikov, however, the good physician suffers no long-term
  psychic trauma, and everything returns to normal within the year. The movie, placid on the surface, is more
  horrifying than Dostoevskis tortured book. In the latter, moral order (predicated on respect for the intrinsic value of the

The_Act_of_Creation_text, #The Act of Creation, #Arthur Koestler, #Psychology
  fact dry: he is not weeping. On the other hand, when your char-lady
  has a 'good cry' at the movies, she isn't crying at all but weeping.
  Crying is a form of communication (even if the audience is only
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  the reality of Ena Sharpies have merely carried one step further the
  momentary split-mindedness experienced by a sophisticated movie-
  audience at the climax of a Hitchcock thriller; they live in a more or

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