Walking into the crowd was like sinkinginto a stew – youbecame an ingredient, you took on acertain flavor– MARGARET ATWOOD...
The priest is an immense beingbecause he makes the crowd believeastonishing things– CHARLES BAUDELAIRE, French poet
The theater is the involuntary reflex of theideas of the crowd – SARAH BERNHARDT, Frenchactress
If you wait for opportunities to occur, you will beone of the crowd – EDWARD DE BONO, Maltese thinker
To surround anything, however monstrous orridiculous, with an air of mystery, is to invest it witha secret charm and power...
It is easy in the world to live after world’s opinion; it is easyin solitude to live after your own; but the great man is ...
The time when most of you shouldwithdraw into yourself is when you areforced to be in a crowd– EPICURUS, Greek philosopher
There’s a lot of whiners inevery crowd– R. LEE ERMEY, American actor
Don’t underestimate questions from thecrowd; technology has made voters moreinformed than ever– RON FOURNIER, American jou...
Crowds prevent you to see the infinitehorizons; get rid of the crowds andopen your horizons– MEHMET MURAT ILDAN, Turkish p...
He who does without the praise of the crowd willnot deny himself an opportunity to be his ownadherent– KARL KRAUS, Austria...
For the last few years, it’s been so chic foreverybody to be miserable. Like if you’re beingwith the cool crowd, you can’t...
When I look into the crowd, I see young andold, black and white ― it’s amazing that I’m able toconnect with so many differ...
I just wish the crowd I am associated with was morepassionate about what they were doing and lessconsumed with the commerc...
The crowd, whether it be a crowd oran army, is vile– BENITO MUSSOLINI. Italian politician
I do not like the raw sound of the humanvoice in unison unlessit is under the discipline of music– FLANNERY O’CONNOR, Amer...
The vulgar crowd value friends according totheir usefulness– Ovidius, Roman poet
The intelligence of the creature knownas a crowd, is the square root of thenumber of people in it– TERRY PRATCHETT, Englis...
A live concert is exciting to me because of all the electricitythat is generated in the crowd and on stage. It’s my favori...
The mob rushes in whereindividuals fear to tread– B. F. SKINNER, American psycologist
You stand out in the crowd only becauseyou have these many, many carrying youon their shoulders– DESMOND TUTU, South Afric...
Imagination is always the fabric of social life and thedynamic of history.The influence of real needs and compulsion, of r...
A charming woman… doesn’t follow thecrowd. She is herself– LORETTA YOUNG, American actress
MUSICEUROPA(Earth’s cry, haven’s smile)WRITTEN BY CARLOS SANTANA/TOM COSTERPERFORMED BY GATO BARBIEREALL QUOTES AND IMAGES...
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  1. 1. Pure truth cannot be assimilated by thecrowd; it must be communicated bycontagion– HENRI-FRÉDÉRIC AMIEL, Swiss philosopher
  2. 2. Walking into the crowd was like sinkinginto a stew – youbecame an ingredient, you took on acertain flavor– MARGARET ATWOOD, Canadian novelist
  3. 3. The priest is an immense beingbecause he makes the crowd believeastonishing things– CHARLES BAUDELAIRE, French poet
  4. 4. The theater is the involuntary reflex of theideas of the crowd – SARAH BERNHARDT, Frenchactress
  5. 5. If you wait for opportunities to occur, you will beone of the crowd – EDWARD DE BONO, Maltese thinker
  6. 6. To surround anything, however monstrous orridiculous, with an air of mystery, is to invest it witha secret charm and power of attraction, which tothe crowd is irresistible– CHARLES DICKENS, English writer
  7. 7. It is easy in the world to live after world’s opinion; it is easyin solitude to live after your own; but the great man is hewho in the midst of the crowd keeps with perfectsweetness the independence of solitude– RALPH WALDO EMERSON, American essayist
  8. 8. The time when most of you shouldwithdraw into yourself is when you areforced to be in a crowd– EPICURUS, Greek philosopher
  9. 9. There’s a lot of whiners inevery crowd– R. LEE ERMEY, American actor
  10. 10. Don’t underestimate questions from thecrowd; technology has made voters moreinformed than ever– RON FOURNIER, American journalist
  11. 11. Crowds prevent you to see the infinitehorizons; get rid of the crowds andopen your horizons– MEHMET MURAT ILDAN, Turkish playwright
  12. 12. He who does without the praise of the crowd willnot deny himself an opportunity to be his ownadherent– KARL KRAUS, Austrian writer
  13. 13. For the last few years, it’s been so chic foreverybody to be miserable. Like if you’re beingwith the cool crowd, you can’t be happy– LENNY KRAVITZ, American singer
  14. 14. When I look into the crowd, I see young andold, black and white ― it’s amazing that I’m able toconnect with so many different kinds of people– PATTI LABELLE, American singer
  15. 15. I just wish the crowd I am associated with was morepassionate about what they were doing and lessconsumed with the commerce of art form– SHIA LABEOUF, American actor
  16. 16. The crowd, whether it be a crowd oran army, is vile– BENITO MUSSOLINI. Italian politician
  17. 17. I do not like the raw sound of the humanvoice in unison unlessit is under the discipline of music– FLANNERY O’CONNOR, American writer
  18. 18. The vulgar crowd value friends according totheir usefulness– Ovidius, Roman poet
  19. 19. The intelligence of the creature knownas a crowd, is the square root of thenumber of people in it– TERRY PRATCHETT, English writer
  20. 20. A live concert is exciting to me because of all the electricitythat is generated in the crowd and on stage. It’s my favoritepart of the business, live concerts– ELVIS PRESLEY, American singer
  21. 21. The mob rushes in whereindividuals fear to tread– B. F. SKINNER, American psycologist
  22. 22. You stand out in the crowd only becauseyou have these many, many carrying youon their shoulders– DESMOND TUTU, South African Anglican bishop
  23. 23. Imagination is always the fabric of social life and thedynamic of history.The influence of real needs and compulsion, of realinterests and materials, is indirect because thecrowd is never conscious of it– SIMONE WEIL, French philosopher
  24. 24. A charming woman… doesn’t follow thecrowd. She is herself– LORETTA YOUNG, American actress
  25. 25. MUSICEUROPA(Earth’s cry, haven’s smile)WRITTEN BY CARLOS SANTANA/TOM COSTERPERFORMED BY GATO BARBIEREALL QUOTES AND IMAGES FROM INTERNETTheTHE ARTWORKS APPEARING ON THIS PRESENTATION ARE USEDIN ACCORDANCE WITH FAIR USE PRINCIPLES

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