Resonant Quotes


Those of us lucky enough to fall in love with Asia know that it's an affair that's as long as it is resonant.

Memories impressions and emotions from the first 20 years on earth are most writers' main material; little that comes afterward is quite so rich and resonant.

As a kid I loved 'Godot' because of the poetry and the humor and the strangeness but then as you get older it's much more resonant.

One of the things you do as a writer and as a filmmaker is grasp for resonant symbols and imagery without necessarily fully understanding it yourself.

The - the sort of thing that I want to do is to strike a resonant chord of universality in other people which is best done by fiction.

'True Detective' is a densely layered work with resonant details and symbology and rich characterization under the guise of one of the forms of this mystery genre. That's what we shoot for.

As I've written more and as other Indian American voices have grown around me I strive harder to find experiences that are unique yet a meaningful and resonant part of the American story.

Living here on Earth we breathe the rhythms of a universe that extends infinitely above us. When resonant harmonies arise between this vast outer cosmos and the inner human cosmos poetry is born.

Also I knew that the impact of Motorcycle Diaries was going to be so resonant for all of us who went through the experience of making it that I didn't want to do anything that could reflect it.

Home is a complex and resonant idea.

By adopting a certain physical posture a resonant chord is struck in spirit.

The space of early Greek cosmology was structured by logos - resonant utterance or word.

Interface of the resonant interval as 'where the action is' whether chemical psychic or social involves touch.

It's probably your fiercest critics - not your compatriots - who have the sharpest most resonant insights.

You have this resonant box that sounds cool when you smack it so why not go for it?

Redford builds a riveting resonant political thriller that values the complexity of its characters and the intelligence of its audience.

I think there are pieces of the film [Age Of Trump] that are even more emotionally resonant and more vital to talk about than ever.

Sometimes you think you want to know something but it's actually more exciting and more resonant when you have to try [and figure it out].

As a kid I loved Godot because of the poetry and the humor and the strangeness but then as you get older its much more resonant.

While Poe and the Symbolists were exploring the irrational in literature Freud had begun to explore the resonant figure/ground double-plot of the conscious and unconscious.

I have always been a grumbler. I am designed for the part - sagging face weighty underlip rumbling resonant voice. Money couldn't buy a better grumbling outfit.

Through default or intention unaware or by design we not only choose but create the visible outer conditions that are most resonant to our inner state of being...

You shouldn't need 60 full minutes to create a portrait that an audience doesn't forget. You should be able to make an impression that's lasting and resonant with one scene.

The only thing I envy about a cat is its purr " remarked Dr. Blythe once listening to Doc's resonant melody. "It is the most contented sound in the world.

Life is much the same when it's going well-- resonant and unremarkable. But who not under disaster's seal can understand what life is like when it begins to crumble?

Then the singing enveloped me. It was furry and resonant coming from everyone's very heart. There was no sense of performance or judgment only that the music was breath and food.

Why in the case of the ear is there withdrawal and turning inward a making resonant but in the case of the eye there is manifestation and display a making evident?

An arresting testimony to the haunting power of friendships THE AFTER GIRLS is a story that understands what it is to be passionate confused and on the brink. I loved every resonant word.

Jokes spread around the world and embed themselves in our shared culture; the most resonant of them get lodged in the language in the same way as clichés or old wives' tales do.