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  • The sanitary and mechanical age we are now entering makes up for the mercy it grants to our sense of smell by the ferocity with which it assails our sense of hearing.
  • The art of dancing stands at the source of all the arts that express themselves first in the human person. The art of building, or architecture, is the beginning of all the arts that lie outside the person and in the end they unite.
  • Every artist writes his own autobiography.
  • All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on.
  • The absence of flaw in beauty is itself a flaw.
  • What we call progress is the exchange of one nuisance for another nuisance.
  • Pain and death are part of life. To reject them is to reject life itself.
  • Dreams are real as long as they last. Can we say more of life?
  • Education, whatever else it should or should not be, must be an inoculation against the poisons of life and an adequate equipment in knowledge and skill for meeting the chances of life.
  • For every fresh stage in our lives we need a fresh education, and there is no stage for which so little educational preparation is made as that which follows the reproductive period.