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"Tagore once said, art has to be beautiful. But before that, it has to be truthful." - Ritwik Ghatak

"After these conversations with Tagore some of the ideas that had seemed so crazy suddenly made much more sense. That was a great help for me." - Werner Heisenberg

"Let life be beautiful like summer flowers and death be like autumn leaves. Rabindranath Tagore What a simple thing death is, just as simple as the falling of an autumn leaf." - Vincent Van Gogh

"As poet-philosopher Rabindranath Tagore reminds us, "We cannot cross the sea merely by staring at the water." Simplicity has power. And living on purpose comes to this: Just do it. How much simpler can we get?" - Dan Millman

"Tagore once said- art has to be beautiful, but before that, it has to be truthful. Now, what is truth? There is no eternal truth. Every artist has to learn private truth though a painful private process. And that is what he has to convey." - Ritwik Ghatak

"Instead of answering your question directly I shall quote from the Indian poet Tagore: "I slept and dreamt that life was joy/ I awoke and saw that life was service/I acted and behold, service was joy." In fact, through my work I discover life, people, and everything which happens around us." - Paulo Coelho

"Instead of answering your question directly I shall quote from the Indian poet Tagore: "I slept and dreamt that life was joy/ I awoke and saw that life was service/I acted and behold, service was joy." In fact, through my work I discover life, people, and everything which happens around us." - Paulo Coelho

"Rabindranath Tagore writes that the song he wanted to sing has never happened because he spent his days "stringing and unstringing" his instrument. Whenever I read these lines a certain sadness enters my soul. I get so preoccupied with the details and pressure of my schedule, with the hurry and worry of life, that I miss the song of goodness which is waiting to be sung through me." - Joyce Rupp

"In 1879 the Bengali scholar S.M. Tagore compiled a more extensive list of ruby colors from the Purana sacred texts: 'like the China rose, like blood, like the seeds of the pomegranate, like red lead, like the red lotus, like saffron, like the resin of certain trees, like the eyes of the Greek partridge or the Indian crane...and like the interior of the half-blown water lily.' With so many gorgeous descriptive possibilities it is curious that in English the two ancient names for rubies have come to sound incredibly ugly." - Victoria Finlay

"In 1879 the Bengali scholar S.M. Tagore compiled a more extensive list of ruby colors from the Purana sacred texts: "like the China rose, like blood, like the seeds of the pomegranate, like red lead, like the red lotus, like saffron, like the resin of certain trees, like the eyes of the Greek partridge or the Indian crane...and like the interior of the half-blown water lily." With so many gorgeous descriptive possibilities it is curious that in English the two ancient names for rubies have come to sound incredibly ugly." - Victoria Finlay

"In 1879 the Bengali scholar S.M. Tagore compiled a more extensive list of ruby colors from the Purana sacred texts: 'like the China rose, like blood, like the seeds of the pomegranate, like red lead, like the red lotus, like saffron, like the resin of certain trees, like the eyes of the Greek partridge or the Indian crane...and like the interior of the half-blown water lily.' With so many gorgeous descriptive possibilities it is curious that in English the two ancient names for rubies have come to sound incredibly ugly." - Victoria Finlay



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