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invicem sunt

I am blessed to be a witness
Mar 4 '13
Gertrude Stein believed the first ingredient for creativity was boredom. You must trust that the mundane will lead to something interesting.

John Cage also taught that if you let the duration of a movement or musical phrase just keep going, it will almost always become more interesting, which is the exact opposite of carving something up into small increments. You will go through a period where the music seems boring, but if you let it keep going it can become quite interesting.

— Richard Colton in conversation with Alan Lightman in one of 7 essential anthologies of interviews with the greatest minds of our time (via curiositycounts)

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