Christine Anderson Quotes
Eliot believes the way you earn the public and the party's support is by working hard, playing by the rules and speaking about the real issues that matter to the people of this state. Eliot learned this first hand. At the 1994 convention he was forced to go the petition route and after years of hard work in 1998 he was able to earn the support of the delegates. It wasn't easy but it was an important part of the process.
I've learned a great deal about music through my experiences. I've learned of its sanctity. Of its holiness. I've learned that music is a very powerful force, not to be trivialized or watered down or maufactured into soul-less, mindless drivel. Selling out to the corporate butcher would secure me a nice little place in hell, I knew. So I determined early on to make it on my own.
I believe anything is possible.Research into quantum physicsproves that a system changessimply by someone observing it.Therefore, all you have to do is beawake and aware of your environment,and that enables you totransform everything around you.It sounds like hocus pocus, butscientists are coming to realize thatjust thinking about something canmake it happen. Turns out maybefaith can move mountains.
Since obtaining a greater understanding of quantum physics, I am beginning to draw conclusions about why things happen the way they do. Specifically, I have learned that everything outside of me is a mirror of what is inside of me. I have also learned how to infect the quantum field or manifest reality by concentrating on particular ideas that I want to call into existance. My career success is due in large part to this new understanding of quantum physics, combined with the love and trust I share with Brian Lewis.
I've been relying very heavily on my instincts as of late, and my songwriting has come to depend on my ability to surrender to the inspiration whenever it strikes. When I clear my mind and let the music take over, my hands seem to move on their own, and my voice utters words I haven't premeditated. This is pure instinct. It's like riding a wave. You just take a deep breath, hop on, and hang on as long as you can. That's basically how I songwrite when I'm composing impromptu pieces. It's a lot like channeling. Or free associating. And it's super fun, because anything can happen It's pure creativity.