# of Expressions
Lyndon B Johnson
Osama Bin Laden
Martin Luther King Jr.
Ludwig van Beethoven
Holy Ideas (Ichazo)
Object Relation Function
Object Relation Style
A sense of self-actuated worth derives from both the context and the exercise of power. On no other aspect of human existence is vanity so much at risk; in William Hazlitt’s words, "the love of power is the love of ourselves."
You have to keep breaking your heart until it opens.
Tao Te Ching 78
I'll Stand By You
And behind a very sturdily built and staunchly defended facade of practical, unromantic hard-headedness towards life, there was just that little pool of softness that would never show if you poked for it, but could be reached if you knew just how—and never let on that you were looking for it.
Power without love is reckless and abusive, and love without power is sentimental and anemic.
Tao Te Ching 32
Muhamad Ali: "Opposer"
Toni Morrison responds to a racist question
Donald Trump Urges Crowd to Chant "Turn Off the Lights"
Donald Trump Offers Woman a Job at a Press Conference
Fences: TV Scene, "I ain't got to like you'"
The Godfather: Part II — "The Dog Stays"
A Streetcar Named Desire: "I'm the King Around Here"
A Streetcar Named Desire: "Be comfortable, that's my motto"
Lyndon B Johnson Orders a Pair of Pants
Good Will Hunting: "I will end you"
Good Will Hunting: "It's not your fault"
Good Will Hunting: NSA
Good Will Hunting
House of Saddam
Hit Me With Your Best Shot
The Godfather: Part II
A Streetcar Named Desire
Raisin in the Sun
I'm Still Standing
Lena Younger (Mama)
Judi Dench’s “M”
Rosie the Riveter
Here we put the teaching on our hearts so that when they break, the teachings will fall in.
If you were able to give up control absolutely, totally, and completely, then you would be a spiritually free being.
If you let go of control, then you cannot help but be liberated and free. It’s like jumping off a building. You can’t help but go down; gravity pulls you that way.
No matter the self-conceited importance of our labors we are all compost for worlds we cannot yet imagine.
He brings his vision to life, he presents it convincingly and with dramatic fire, he embodies it, so to speak. But this is not play-acting, it is a kind of fate.
Charles Foster Kane
Malcolm "Mal" Reynolds
Marlon Brando Talks About Acting To Survive
Vito (Don) Corleone