Quote Of The Day — January 16, 2015

Whether it’s a symphony or a coal mine, all work is an act of creating and comes from the same source: from an inviolate capacity to see through one’s own eyes–which means: the capacity to perform a rational identification–which means: the capacity to see, to connect and to make what had not been seen, connected and made before.”

Ayn Rand,  (February 2, 1905 – March 6, 1982) Atlas Shrugged, Part 3, Ch. 2


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6 Responses to Quote Of The Day — January 16, 2015

  1. CW says:

    It’s hard to put a value on human ingenuity. Good quote, Grouchy!

  2. Hi Grouchy,

    Great quote. You’re so right about not digging for the truth. Sorry but this reminds me of how Zero got elected. Sight only.

    • Grouchy says:

      G’Morning, Pepper~! Good to see you. And yes, indeed, this is how Zero got elected. That, plus an over-abundance of “Obamafone Ladies” of both genders.
      “Fundamentally change America~!” indeed. But no one asked, “What do you mean?”

      Now, we need to re-create America, under the terms it was first founded by our forefathers, almost 250 years ago.

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