“Women are important members of the KKK, as the Klan becomes more liberal it’s attracting more and more women who see its message as the future they want for their children. It’s important for kids to be involved.”~Shah, Tahir (2011). Travels With Myself. London: Mosaique. pp. 237–245.
The poet or the revolutionary is there to articulate the necessity, but until the people themselves apprehend it, nothing can happen … Perhaps it can’t be done without the poet, but it certainly can’t be done without the people. The poet and the people get on generally very badly, and yet they need each other. The poet knows it sooner than the people do. The people usually know it after the poet is dead; but that’s all right. The point is to get your work done, and your work is to change the world.
You write in order to change the world … if you alter, even by a millimeter, the way people look at reality, then you can change it.
|Wendy Williams:||So when it's just you, Bobby, Kristina in the house, the three of you, um, who is part of the staff of your house who's always there to help....|
|Whitney Elizabeth Houston:||JESUS! -Laughs-|
|Wendy Williams:||-chuckles- I know what you mean.|
|Whitney E. Houston:||Jesus, constantly. Anybody else may come and go, but he's a constant stay.|
Manafi al Hayawan
Lucas Cranach the Elder (German, 1472-1553). The Golden Age, ca. 1530. Mixed media on wood, transferred to a new panel. 73.5 x 105.5 cm (28 15/16 x 41 1/2 in.).
Mohammed’s Paradise, 11th Century
‘The Creation of the Animals’ by Jacopo Tintoretto, Oil on canvas (151 × 258 cm) — ca. 1550
‘The Creation’ by Anton Koberger, (1483)
I am a winner, that’s definitely gonna win again. Lord protect me, from losers who don’t understand: sometimes I need to be alone. Faggot, don’t kill my vibe! Faggot, don’t kill my vibe!
It seems so easy for America to inspire and express the most expansive and humane spirit; newborn, free, healthful, strong, the land of the laborer, of the democrat, of the philanthropist, of the believer, of the saint, she should speak for the human race. America is the country of the Future.
Ralph Waldo Emerson, The Young American, (1844)