Heroism often results as a response to extreme events.
Metaphor lives a secret life all around us. We utter about six metaphors a minute.
Aphorisms are food for thought - like sushi, they come in small portions that are both delicious and exquisitely formed. And, like sushi, I can never get enough.
I believe aphorisms are best when first read in the wild, free from the confines of any categories.
Metaphor matters because it creates expectations.
Metaphor creates a kind of conceptual synesthesia, in which we understand one concept in the context of another.
Metaphor is not just the detection of patterns; it is the creation of patterns.
There is no aspect of our experience not molded in some way by metaphor's almost imperceptible touch.
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