WEEK 94


Love Quote of the Day

It is an extra dividend when you like the girl you’ve fallen in love with.
— Clark Gable
It is impossible to love and to be wise.
— Francis Bacon
I was born with an enormous need for affection, and a terrible need to give it.
— Audrey Hepburn
The heart is forever inexperienced.
— Henry David Thoreau
Love has no errors, for all errors are the want for love.
— William Law
Never a lip is curved with pain that can’t be kissed into smiles again.
— Bret Harte
A mixture of admiration and pity is one of the surest recipes for affection.
— Arthur Helps
The crime of loving is forgetting.
— Maurice Chevalier
If equal affection cannot be, let the more loving be me.
— W. H. Auden
Kisses are a better fate than wisdom.
— e. e. Cummings
Love and fear. Everything the father of a family says must inspire one or the other.
— Joseph Joubert

Art Quote of the Day

Fine art is that in which the hand, the head, and the heart of man go together.
— John Ruskin
Imagination is the eye of the soul.
— Joseph Joubert
There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.
— Ansel Adams
I will preach with my brush.
— Henry Ossawa Tanner
Art is the concrete representation of our most subtle feelings.
— Agnes Martin
I rarely draw what I see. I draw what I feel in my body.
— Barbara Hepworth
With color one obtains an energy that seems to stem from witchcraft.
— Henri Matisse
The vitality of a new movement in Art must be gauged by the fury it arouses.
— Logan Pearsall Smith
The most seductive thing about art is the personality of the artist himself.
— Paul Cezanne

Funny Quote of the Day

Middle age is when a guy keeps turning off lights for economical rather than romantic reasons.
— Lillian Gordy Carter
What I like to drink most is wine that belongs to others.
— Diogenes
The only time a woman really succeeds in changing a man is when he is a baby.
— Natalie Wood
The fact that an opinion has been widely held is no evidence whatever that it is not utterly absurd.
— Bertrand Russell
Everybody knows how to raise children, except the people who have them.
— P. J. O'Rourke