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The artist must have the ability to communicate experience through language in a way that produces an authentic miracle — some sounds, or marks on a page, should transmit a healing and fertilizing power. © Keith Sagar, ‘The Laughter of the Foxes, A Study of Ted Hughes’ , pg. 18 (Liverpool University Press, 2006)

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Nobody can say anything about you. Whatsoever people say is about themselves. But you become very shaky, because you are still clinging to a false center. That false center depends on others, so you are always looking to what people are saying about you. And you are always following other people, you are always trying to satisfy them. You are always trying to be respectable, you are always trying to decorate your ego. This is suicidal. Rather than being disturbed by what others say, you should start looking inside yourself. Osho (via lazyyogi)

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