A circle is the reflection of eternity. It has no beginning and it has no end - and if you put several circles over each other, then you get a spiral.
But you know, I'm the negative-Nancy, curmudgeon, glass-half-empty-with-a-leak-in-it guy - which is basically the fuel that fires me up anyway. Without that, we wouldn't have me.
Just in general, any government throughout history hasn't really wanted its people to be educated, because then they couldn't control them as easily.
I think the biggest problem working with me would be that I'm an only child, and so I have an internal dialogue that goes on that I just assume you can hear.
People have to follow their hearts, and if their hearts lead them to Wal-Mart, so be it.
If the education of our kids comes from radio, television, newspapers - if that's where they get most of their knowledge from, and not from the schools, then the powers that be are definitely in charge, because they own all those outlets.
But then it hasn't really been a focus of our government to make us an educated people.
I believe that music is a force in itself. It is there and it needs an outlet, a medium. In a way, we are just the medium.
Because artists can be extremely eccentric and insane, and unfortunately, the people they hurt the most are the people that are closest to them.
Music is about listening, the more you play, the more the magic spreads.
I can't be a legend yet. I'm not dead.
Most religious stories and mythologies have some sort of similar root, some sort of global archetypes.
We're five people, five individuals who came together to create something, to make music and to complete each other musically, to form a perfect circle.
If you take different mythologies from different cultures, the names may change and the story lines may vary but there is always something in common.
Once you take yourself too seriously the art will suffer.
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