Will Chancellor Famous Quotes & Sayings

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9 Will Chancellor Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Will Chancellor Sayings: By December an elastic skin of ice reached out hundreds of miles into the sea, By December an elastic skin of ice reached out hundreds of miles into the sea, rolling with every wave.
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Will Chancellor Sayings: You don't give a gift to shape someone into the person you want him to You don't give a gift to shape someone into the person you want him to be. You give a gift because it's something you couldn't bear to be without, but it's even more unthinkable for the other person to be without it.
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Will Chancellor Sayings: When the word art gives you a sinking feeling, what's left for you in the When the word art gives you a sinking feeling, what's left for you in the real world?
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Will Chancellor Sayings: life, a blur of birth and death - birth and death being the only two life, a blur of birth and death - birth and death being the only two moments of life in which we don't exist.
Will Chancellor Sayings: It was a nasty paradox: he had developed an aesthetic that drew him to significant It was a nasty paradox: he had developed an aesthetic that drew him to significant art, but that same sensibility made him realize he could never do anything remotely significant.
Will Chancellor Sayings: The formula for the new public intellectual seemed simple enough: (1) develop a critical lens The formula for the new public intellectual seemed simple enough: (1) develop a critical lens and then hold it up to whatever young people are interested in; (2) say something outlandish, seemingly at random; (3) through sophistry arrive at the radical conclusion you blurted out at the argument's outset.
Will Chancellor Sayings: When the ramp leveled off, he was met by a scarred farmhouse table surrounded by When the ramp leveled off, he was met by a scarred farmhouse table surrounded by a mishmash of twenty chairs, scattered at all angles as if a seated crowd had sprinted into the night. Past the dozens of half-finished wine bottles. Past the coffee cup ashtrays. Past dried-out lime wedges, empty bottles of stronger spirits, and fruit-flyed glasses. Past the residue of drugs, the residue of nights. Past it all was the wonder of what could be hidden if this much was left to be found.
Will Chancellor Sayings: All he had was *being* as a soap bubble: an iridescent wonder, holding so much All he had was *being* as a soap bubble: an iridescent wonder, holding so much but for such a short time, always one plink from nothingness, one plink from surrendering volume to the sky".
Will Chancellor Sayings: - As you get older, you lose the wonder of youth. And when you find - As you get older, you lose the wonder of youth. And when you find even a flicker of that old light, you're very nearly brought to tears - not by the beauty of what you see, it's more selfish than that, but by the fact that you can still see beauty. You aren't this rheumy broken thing. You have the capacity for wonder and beauty and light and are not yet dead.