Joan Lindsay Famous Quotes & Sayings

5 Joan Lindsay Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Although we are necessarily concerned, in a chronicle of events, with physical action by the light of day, history suggests that the human spirit wanders farthest in the silent hours between midnight and dawn. Those dark fruitful hours, seldom recorded, whose secret flowerings breed peace and war, loves and hates, the crowning or uncrowning of heads. Joan Lindsay Sayings: Although we are necessarily concerned, in a chronicle of events, with physical action by the
Any artist is insulted by the suggestion that art is merely a matter of recording reality, and knows that it is impossible to explain how imagination can transform not only events and people, but the artist as well, into quite different "realities". Joan Lindsay Sayings: Any artist is insulted by the suggestion that art is merely a matter of recording
Everything, if you could only see it clearly enough, like this, is beautiful and complete. Everything has its own perfection. Joan Lindsay Sayings: Everything, if you could only see it clearly enough, like this, is beautiful and complete.
Everything begins and ends at exactly the right time and place. Joan Lindsay Sayings: Everything begins and ends at exactly the right time and place.
Time - whether you are burning it up or falling in love or spreading it out thin in a dentist's waiting room - is a commodity that cannot be weighed out and measured by clocks. Joan Lindsay Sayings: Time - whether you are burning it up or falling in love or spreading it