Sunday, March 02, 2014

Scott's Sunday Sentences, Issue 016

Sentences are my spiritual currency. 

Throughout my week, I'm constantly scouring and learning and reading and inhaling and annotating from any number of newspapers, blogs, online publications, books, articles, songs, art pieces, podcasts, eavesdroppings, random conversations and other sources of inspiration.

Turns out, most of these sentences can be organized into about eleven different categories, aka, compartments of life that are meaningful to me. And since I enjoy being a signal tower of things that are interesting, I figured, why not share them on a regular basis?

In the spirit of "learning in public," I've decided to publish a weekly digest of my top findings, along with their respective links or reference points. Sentence junkies of the world unite!

Creativity, Innovation & Art 
"Creativity can evolve and endure, even in the sunset of an artistic life," from painter Ed Clark.

Culture, Humanity & Society 
"If you tell people they're undeserving and need salvation, you create a market," from Real Time.

Identity, Self & Soul 
"There are worse ways to be remembered," from a random conversation.

Lyrics, Poetry & Passages 
"I must beat up the world's face with my bare knuckles making it a bloody, pulpy mess," from Her.

Meaning, Mystery & Being 
"Reading a book on mindfulness is a pretty good indicator that you’ve lost yours," from Chelsea Handler.

Media, Technology & Design 
"If you do make a mistake, it echoes in a digital canyon forever," from Alec Baldwin.

Nature, Health Science 
"Science has replaced religion as a source of wonder for many today," from Pysch Today.

People, Relationships & Love 
"Don’t be afraid to be the one who loves the most," from Long Lasting Love.

Psychology, Thinking & Feeling
"Attention can be thought of as a clash between an object and its environment," from Scott Adams.

Success, Life & Career
"Your career is a victory over the self," from Jerry Seinfeld and Howard Stern.

Work, Business Organizations
"You catch what's in the air and read the body language of a place," from David Rosenblatt.

See you next week!