Welcome to our collection of quotes on Perspective. Perspective is a powerful lens through which we view the world and interpret our experiences. It shapes our thoughts, attitudes, and actions, influencing how we perceive both the challenges and the beauty that life presents.
These quotes explore the idea that perspective is not just about what we see, but how we see it. They remind us that our outlook can greatly impact our happiness, success, and relationships. Whether it's gaining a fresh viewpoint on a difficult situation or appreciating the small joys of everyday life, these quotes inspire us to examine our own perspectives and broaden our understanding of the world around us.
Through the words of philosophers, writers, and thinkers from all walks of life, this collection offers insights into the power of perspective to shape our reality. So take a moment to reflect, find inspiration, and perhaps discover a new way of looking at the world with these diverse and thought-provoking quotes on Perspective.
Explore this compilation and let the wisdom of these words encourage you to embrace a new way of seeing, understanding, and appreciating the world we inhabit. May these quotes challenge and inspire you to shift your perspective and unlock new possibilities in your own life.
If Shakespeare's great plays are variants of stories, even novels, you can see how each character is telling his story from his perspective; each is vying with the others for dominance, but in the end, in tragedy, most of these voices will die, to be replaced by the yet more vigorous voice of a younger generation.
I loved that these two guys argued with each other as if movies actually mattered. Nobody I knew talked about movies that way, but Siskel and Ebert took each movie as it came and talked about whether it was a success on its own terms.
I'm very interested in starting to produce, and direct, and have an umbrella over an entire project in the future. I'd like to have control over what the characters do. I think as an actor, you get a little too caught up in the moment-to-moment, beat-to-beat stuff to have perspective.
I don't teach literature from my perspective as 'Joyce Carol Oates.' I try to teach fiction from the perspective of each writer. If I'm teaching a story by Hemingway, my endeavor is to present the story that Hemingway wrote in its fullest realization.
The sea answers all questions, and always in the same way; for when you read in the papers the interminable discussions and the bickering and the prognostications and the turmoil, the disagreements and the fateful decisions and agreements and the plans and the programs and the threats and the counter threats, then you close your eyes and the sea dispatches one more big roller in the unbroken line since the beginning of the world and it combs and breaks and returns foaming and saying: "So soon?" E. B. White "On A Florida Key
A writer - and, I believe, generally all persons - must think that whatever happens to him or her is a resource. All things have been given to us for a purpose, and an artist must feel this more intensely. All that happens to us, including our humiliations, our misfortunes, our embarrassments, all is given to us as raw material, as clay, so that we may shape our art.
When my wife's Aunt Caroline was in her nineties, she lived with us, and she once remarked: 'Remembrance is sufficient of the beauty we have seen.' I cherish the remembrance of the beauty I have seen. I cherish the grave, compulsive word.