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You get the sense of belonging [in your city] because you love it. You don't see the city as just a shell that you go in and get out. You invest yourself into it. I think that is what's going to make our cities truly sustainable.
When you look at a city in a 200-year-old view, whatever decisions you take today is going to affect someone else in the future.
When you apply [love] to your craft, how you take care of the planet and community, and your cities, then everything starts to change.
When you love someone, you are more humane, empathetic, mindful, and think long-term.
The future sustainable city might be all about love.
I think the future of a sustainable city is going to be less hardware and more software.
Let's stop architects from just talking with other architects. What if we get architects to engage the larger creative community?
I used to design buildings and interested in designing cities, but it transitioned to figuring out how to activate cities.
I'm a creative, but I had to put structure around my creative goals, dreams, and aspirations.
Yes, creativity is freedom plus wealth, but creativity unbridled can become chaos.
My mom said, 'Your gift will make room for you.'
I believe that creativity is freedom and wealth.
You've got to start with the end in mind.
In my life, I've used the idea of where you want to get to as a measure to start.
In classical ballet, we are connected something 'up there' and it's where we wish to be.
In modern dance, we are really connected to what's down in the earth and it grows out of that.
This is one of the differences between classical ballet and modern dance: we are heavy-down, grounded, and earth-bound in modern dance while we are elevation and being up in the air in classical ballet.
And we can actually be part of the events that are actually changing and reshaping our concept of what it means to belong.
Stephen W Manning
The only reason why it’s not going to happen, is because you’re here. And you’re going to do something about it.
We only do this to people when they're aliens. That is, when they're different. Right? . . . But once you're different, once you're "the other," these rules are really easy to apply.
What I love about this is that Grandpa Oleg was not just passing time he was improving time during a tough time. He was transforming the quality of the moment.
In order to find your artistic voice, you need to make some decisions about what's important to you. What is it that you want to express?
Stories are messy, complicated people exist.
It matters who's telling your stories.
Stories are about people.