As a child I learned not to run with scissors. As an adult I learned not to run with other people’s words.
All art is interpretation and replication of what has first been illustrated in nature.
The optimist sees infinity in patterns while the pessimist only sees repetition.
It is much easier to fight to the death for something that you are not afraid of losing.
The lower the intelligence quotient, the higher the survival instinct.
Even the chaos and rugged terrain presides as seemingly spherical when one projects him or herself far enough away.
The closer you inspect the redundancy in patterns, the more chaotic and multifaceted your subject will become through perception.