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When I reflect that the task which the artist implicitly sets himself is to overthrow existing values, to make of the chaos about him an order which is his own, to sow strife and ferment so that by the emotional release those who are dead may be restored to life, then it is that I run with joy to the great and imperfect ones, their confusion nourishes me, their stuttering is like divine music to my ears. - Henry Miller

"When I reflect that the task which the artist implicitly sets himself is to overthrow existing values, to make of the chaos about him an order which is his own, to sow strife and ferment so that by the emotional release those who are dead may be restored to life, then it is that I run with joy to the great and imperfect ones, their confusion nourishes me, their stuttering is like divine music to my ears."
Henry Miller

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That Which Is Spiritual, Speaking to the Dead, Talking to the Dead, Joy to the World, Listen to the, To the East, To the End, To the Moon, To the North, To the Point, To the Reader, To the South, Mean the World to Me, You Mean the World to Me, Who Is the One?, To Err Is Human, Enjoy Life to the Fullest, Live Life to the Fullest, Live Your Life to the Fullest, Living Life to the Full, Attending to the Present, Balls to the Wall, Belonging to the World, Climbing To The Top, Damage to the Body, Enduring to the End,