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Ted  Grant

“When yous photograph people in color, yous photograph their clothes. Just when you photograph people in Blackness and white, y’all photograph their souls!”



Ted Grant


C. JoyBell C.

“When I was a piffling daughter, everything in the world fell into either of these two categories: wrong or correct. Black or white. Now that I am an adult, I have put childish things aside and now I know that some things fall into incorrect and some things fall into right. Some things are categorized as black and some things are categorized as white. But nearly things in the world aren’t either! Near things in the world aren’t black, aren’t white, aren’t incorrect, aren’t right, but most of everything is just dissimilar. And now I know that there’s nada wrong with unlike, and that we can let things exist different, we don’t accept to endeavour and brand them black or white, we tin just let them exist grey. And when I was a kid, I thought that God was the God who only saw black and white. Now that I am no longer a child, I can see, that God is the God who can meet the black and the white and the greyness, besides, and He dances on the grayness! Grayness is okay.”



C. JoyBell C.


Robert  Frank

“The eye should learn to heed before it looks.”



Robert Frank


Donna Tartt

“What if — is more complicated than that? What if maybe opposite is true also? Because, if bad tin sometimes come from skillful actions—? where does it ever say, anywhere, that only bad tin can come from bad actions? Possibly sometimes — the incorrect way is the correct fashion? Yous tin can take the wrong path and it nevertheless comes out where yous desire to be? Or, spin it some other manner, sometimes you tin can do everything wrong and it notwithstanding turns out to be right?”



Donna Tartt,


The Goldfinch


Vikrmn: CA Vikram Verma

“The most colorful matter in the world is black and white, it contains all colors and at the same time excludes all.”



Vikrmn,


10 Alone


Anthony Liccione

“In the start, some people attempt to appear that everything near them is “in black and white,” until later their true colors come out.”



Anthony Liccione


Shinde Sweety

“No person is completely wicked, only every bit no person is perfect. Nosotros are all grey”



Sweety Shinde,


Arjun: Without a Dubiousness


Richard Wright

“Ought i to surrender to dominance even if 1 believed that that authorisation was wrong? If the answer was yep, and then I knew that I would always exist wrong, because I could never do it. Then how could one live in a world in which ane’s heed and perceptions meant nothing and authority and tradition meant everything? There were no answers.”



Richard Wright,


Blackness Boy


Andrew Klavan

“A rock is harder than a plume, yous tin talk and jabber and brand exceptions, but in the end, if you have to choose which one is gonna hit you on the head, you’ll choose the plumage every single time.”



Andrew Klavan,


The Truth of the Thing


Markus Zusak

“At first, all is black and white.
Blackness on white.
That’south where I’m walking, through pages.
These pages.
Sometimes it gets and so that I have ane foot in the pages and the words, and the other in what they speak of.”



Markus Zusak,


Underdog


“Our personal past is merely bachelor to us now through blackness-and-white film, it’s a medium for communication with the dead, including our dead selves, the way we used to be, which is why we’re fatigued to it.”



Frank Lentricchia,


The Sadness of Antonioni


Caleb Reese

“Books bring alluring colors to our mundane black and white earth.”



Caleb Reese


“Its not easy taking your own advice, accepting what yous don’t like hearing, & seeing the grey amongst the black & white.”



April Mae Monterrosa


Jackie Kessler

WHETHER IT’S A Kid’Southward TOY OR A NATION’S OIL, Information technology’S ALL THE SAME, the Red Rider said. Y’all FIGHT FOR WHAT YOU Desire. AGGRESSION. IT’S THE SPICE OF LIFE.
War was correct: people had to fight for what they wanted. Or perchance balance, as Famine has said — strength matched with temperance.

No, she thought.
Not residue, Control. It’S ALWAYS ABOUT CONTROL, War agreed merrily. [equally in the meaning of why wars happen]”



Jackie Kessler,


Rage


Werley Nortreus

“This globe that nosotros live in would be perfect if in that location were less prejudice and people who think they are ameliorate than others.”



Werley Nortreus


C. JoyBell C.

“Loo, life is black and white. You don’t know what’southward skilful for y’all, because you lot don’t encounter the black and white! You lot don’t see where the black lines end and where the white lines brainstorm! You’re going to grow up to be no skillful if you keep on that style. It’s impractical. I just take one child, and I won’t have her growing upwards to be impractical. I tin’t think of a worse thing to be than impractical!”



C. JoyBell C.,


Saint Paul Trois Chateaux: 1948


Jean-Luke Swanepoel

“Former Bette Davis movies are all she watches now. There’due south one where Bette Davis’s graphic symbol goes blind, and as the credits rolled my mother said, ‘Must be what they mean when they talk about Bette Davis optics.”



Jean-Luke Swanepoel,


The Matter Most Alice


D.B. Mays

“Sometimes you have to tell the whole damn truth no thing how ugly and painful it may exist. America needs to smell and sit in her own feces for a while and walk around and permit the world meet her stained rear end and cover its nose at the stench of her democracy.”



D.B. Mays,


Black Lives, Lines, and Lyrics


Marilynne Robinson

“Wyoming doesn’t rhyme with anything, merely it would make a good title. Della told him a their wedding supper that when she was a child there was an old man in her father’due south church who had retired from the railroad. She asked him if he had e’er been to Wyoming. He nodded. “Nothing there,” he’d said. “Just a agglomeration of half-wild white folks doing any they damn well please. No demand to leave Memphis to run into that. You got no concern with Wyoming.” She said, “Well, it’s part of America,” because she’d read about it in school. He said, “It is. You ain’t.”



Marilynne Robinson,


Jack


D.B. Mays

“Nosotros notwithstanding tiptoe around having an honest word near what it actually means to exist while Black in this country. All lives can’t affair if Black lives don’t matter. Demanding equality and disinterestedness isn’t radicalism. This is realism. Nosotros make these demands because the Constitution isn’t an accurate reflection of Blackness life in this country. If liberty escapes few, it escapes all.”



D.B. Mays,


Black Lives, Lines, and Lyrics


Avijeet Das

“Black and white pictures create a surreal magic!”



Avijeet Das


“Ones people encounter the optics of the police force. They will stop respecting the law. Eyes of the law is when the police treated other people special and dissimilar than others.”



De philosopher DJ Kyos


Avijeet Das

“Life is meliorate in blackness and white!”



Avijeet Das


Vikrmn: CA Vikram Verma

“क़ायनात का सबसे रंगीन, रंग है जो वो श्वेत-श्याम | सभी रंग हैं इसमें शामिल, और है बिनरंग भी उसी समय में”



Vikrmn: CA Vikram Verma,


x Alone


Natan Sharansky

“Amid those who have ever lived in a commonwealth, this story will enhance few eyebrows. After all, in a free world, competition of ideas and of parties flourishes and allegiances are oft based on a single common principle or purpose that struggles confronting a competing indicate of view. Though more often than not salubrious for a order, this contest can be quite dangerous if we lose sight of the fact that in that location is a far greater split between the world of freedom and the world of fear than in that location is between the competing factions within a free gild. If we neglect to recognize this, we lose moral clarity. The legitimate differences among united states of america–the shades of gray in a free society–will exist wrongly perceived as black and white. Then the real black and white line that divides complimentary societies from fear societies, the real line that divides proficient from evil will no longer be distinguishable.”



Natan Sharansky,


The Case for Commonwealth: The Power of Freedom to Overcome Tyranny and Terror


Anthony T. Hincks

“Even ‘Black & White’ brings color to life.”



Anthony T. Hincks


“I’m dead if I’m not wired
Crucified if non proclaimed
Cut off if non in contact
Devoid of soul if not ashamed
Final if not content
Last in line if non number one
Sorrowful if not elated
All is lost if all’s not won
Eternal tipping of the scales
They fail to rest out
Doomed to drown in rushing floods
Or perish in a drought”



Ani Baker,


Handsome Vanilla


Debatrayee Banerjee

“When the Sunrise clutches my soul, I oftentimes wonder what if our souls are made in grayscale, only to soak in the colours of the solar day, every single day walking through every single moment of each passing twenty-four hour period.

What if every ray that paints the horizon is simply a bunch of souls ornate in different shades of white only to find the different shades of black to cook away in a Sunset Sky, in a Smile of embracing a day afresh or in a mellow weep of a day’due south passing by.

Perhaps the Dawn has the answer, or possibly there’s a whisper in the Sunset!

All while, let me search abroad for the pieces of my soul in the grayscale of Time’southward hue.

And I know, Life will put the colours dorsum once more, one more time, at Time’s cue.

Love & Light, ever
– Debatrayee”



Debatrayee Banerjee


Andy Weir

“Blackness is the absence of low-cal and white is all frequencies every bit reflected.”



Andy Weir,


Project Hail Mary


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