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Matt Damon
“Sean: Do you think you're alone?

Will: What?

Sean: Do you have a soul-mate?

Will: Define that.

Sean: Someone who challenges you in every way. Who takes you places, opens things up for you. A soul-mate.

Will: Yeah. Shakespeare, Nietzsche, Frost, O'Connor, Chaucer, Pope, Kant…

Sean: They're all dead.

Will: Not to me, they're not.

Sean: But you can't give back to them, Will.

Will: Not without a heater and some serious smelling salts, no…

Sean: That's what I'm saying, Will. You'll never have that kind of relationship in a world where you're afraid to take the first step because all you're seeing are the negative things that might happen ten miles down the road.”
Matt Damon, Good Will Hunting

Mason Currey
“Gibbon who worked nonstop and seemed free of the self-doubt and crises of confidence that dog us mere mortals, there is a William James or a Franz Kafka, great minds who wasted time, waited vainly for inspiration to strike, experienced torturous blocks and dry spells, were racked by doubt and insecurity. In reality, most of the people in this book are somewhere in the middle—committed to daily work but never entirely confident of their progress; always wary of the one off day that undoes the streak. All of them made the time to get their work done. But there is infinite variation in how they structured their lives to do so.”
Mason Currey, Daily Rituals: How Artists Work

Iceberg Slim
“This volume is dedicated to time.
It gives us memories, fine wine, and wrinkles.
But the only thing worse than getting old is not getting old.
So here's to time, dear reader, yours and mine.
May you have many more wrinkles, a lot of fine wine,
and memories to last two lifetimes.”
Iceberg Slim, Airtight Willie & Me

Félix Guattari
“We focus our attention on impending catastrophes, while the true catastrophes are already here, under our noses, with the degeneration of social practices,
with the mass media's numbing effect, with a collective will blinded by the ideology of the 'market', in other words, succumbing to the law of the masses,
to entropy, to the loss of singularity, to a general and collective infantilization. The old types of social relations, the old relations with sex, with time, with
the cosmos, with human finitude have been rattled, not to say devastated, by the 'progress' generated by industrial firms.”
Félix Guattari

Elia Kazan
“A face, he believes, is a piece of sculpture that has taken a lifetime to mold, so it tells more than any actor’s technique possibly could.”
Elia Kazan, Elia Kazan: A Life

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