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|The young people among whom in) film is situated arc all aimless, without any |
other drive but to reach that aimless freedom. Freedom that for them ... I have
never felt salvation in nature. I love cities above all. A landscape with its crowds
|ANTONIONI, Michelangelo (19122007) Italian film director and screenwriter |
A207I have never felt salvation in nature.I love cities above all. APPELTON,
Thomas (18121884) American writer and artist ARDAGH, John A208Good ...
|If I make the film in all sincerity, then these perceptions will inevitably reveal |
themselves. However, it is the story which ... my feelings about a subject. I have to
say, though, that I love cities above all. I have never felt salvation in nature.
|You see, this is how I work: putting things together and seeing what the result is. I |
try to compress my feelings about a subject. I have to say, though, that I love cities
above all. I have never felt salvation in nature. An urban landscape with its ...
|To play this role in our lives a city must have a soul -- a university, a great art or |
music school, a cathedral or a great mosque or temple, a great laboratory or
scientific ... Mead, Margaret I have never felt salvation in nature. I love cities
|D. L. MOODY I have never felt salvation in nature. I love cities above all. |
MICHELANGELO Man's course beginsin a garden, butitends in a city.
ALEXANDER MACLAREN Protestantism has somehow inherited a false
perspective which says, ...
|It was a special isolated place put there for a reason so Michelangelo felt inspired |
to work without interruptions. Volunteer plants grew in the stone garden ... dismal
and gloomy. I have never felt salvation in nature, and I love cities above all ...
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|They count- love me ; and therefore unworthy as I am of ed the cost and |
determined to pay it; hoping sucli a regard, you will feel a loss. ... But there is One
above, for the depravity of human nature, that, without whom I can willingly leave
you all, dear as it, their labours would ... In this hope of salvation through stroke
that separated one friend from the him, and the sense I have of my infinite obli-
other, in the ... I have never felt much solici- enabled to set me, and for the care
you have tude ...