„Evolution is an undeniable process, therefore changes will occur in the future. "for sure", But I can’t tell you now what will happen with my work, because I don’t even know what course I will take.“


Adopted from Wikiquote. Edited by Martin Svoboda. Last update Sept. 17, 2021. History
Clandestine Culture photo
Clandestine Culture5
American artist 1970

Related quotes

Cassandra Clare photo
Max Wertheimer photo
Jenny Han photo
Glenn Beck photo

„Even if my place of work or the nature of my titles change, what I show won’t change and I don’t want it to. I’m a game fan at heart; I tell dirty jokes and make irresponsible comments (laughs), but I’ll work my hardest to make games.“

—  Kenichiro Takaki Japanese video game producer 1976

"Kenichiro Takaki opens up about why he left Marvelous and more" https://nintendoeverything.com/kenichiro-takaki-opens-up-about-why-he-left-marvelous-and-more/, NintendoEverything.com (27 March 2019).

F. Scott Fitzgerald photo
Mikhail Baryshnikov photo

„You ask me what's happened in my life, why and how I did this and that. And I think and tell, but it's never true story, because everything is so much more complicated, and also I can't even remember how things happened. Whole process is boring. Also false, but mostly boring.“

—  Mikhail Baryshnikov Soviet-American dancer, choreographer, and actor born in Letonia, Soviet Union 1948

As quoted in "Profile: The Soloist" by Joan Acoccella, in The New Yorker (January 19, 1998); reprinted in Life Stories: Profiles from The New Yorker https://books.google.com/books?id=KDhjzXAjyUMC&pg=PA62 (2000), edited by David Remnick, p. 62.

Orson Scott Card photo

„You can’t change what you don’t understand.“

—  Orson Scott Card American science fiction novelist 1951

Source: The Tales of Alvin Maker, Prentice Alvin (1989), Chapter 17.

Donald J. Trump photo
Raymond Carver photo
Nicholas Sparks photo

„Even now, not a day goes by when I don't wish I could turn back the clock and change what happened.“

—  Nicholas Sparks American writer and novelist 1965

Denise Holton, Chapter 15, p. 166
2000s, The Rescue (2000)

Joyce Brothers photo
F. Scott Fitzgerald photo
Alan Charles Kors photo
Noam Chomsky photo
N. K. Jemisin photo
Robert Charles Wilson photo
Sam Harris photo

„I don’t know what happens after the physical brain dies. I don’t know what the relationship between consciousness and the physical world is. I don’t think anyone does know.“

—  Sam Harris American author, philosopher and neuroscientist 1967

Sam Harris, Big Think Sam Harris On Death http://bigthink.com/ideas/3127 (July 4, 2007)
Context: We just don’t teach people how to grieve. You know, religion is the epitome, the antithesis of teaching your children how to grieve. You tell your child that, “Grandma is in heaven”, and there’s nothing to be sad about. That’s religion. It would be better to equip your child for the reality of this life, which is, you know, we... death is a fact. And we don’t know what happens after death. And I’m not pretending to know that you get a dial tone after death. I don’t know what happens after the physical brain dies. I don’t know what the relationship between consciousness and the physical world is. I don’t think anyone does know. Now I think there are many reasons to be doubtful of naïve conceptions about the soul, and about this idea that you could just migrate to a better place after death. But I simply don’t know about what... I don’t know what I believe about death. And I don’t think it’s necessary to know in order to live as sanely and ethically and happily as possible. I don’t think you get... You don't get anything worth getting by pretending to know things you don't know.

Related topics