7月後半 誕生日の偉人と名言

7/16 ロアール・アムンゼン(南極点に初めて到達した探検家)

すべてを整えた人には勝利が待っています。それを幸運と呼びます。必要な予防策を怠った人には間違いなく敗北が待っています – 私たちはそれを不運と呼びます

Victory awaits him, who has everything in order – luck we call it. Defeat is definitely due for him, who has neglected to take the necessary precautions – bad luck we call it.

7/17 ウォン・カーウァイ(映画監督、脚本家)


I believe that the greatest reward for human beings to live is to have memories.

7/18 ネルソン・マンデラ(元南アフリカ大統領)

We must use time wisely and forever realize that the time is always ripe to do right.


7/19 黒澤清(映画監督)


There are too many movies that make you say, “I’m glad I did, but I’m glad I did.” If anything really happened, people would suffer irreversible damage, and society would rush to bury it as something that shouldn’t have happened. We must never let the rift that has run for a moment between people and society turn back.

7/20 クリス・コーネル(ミュージシャン)

Children should always feel like the adults are living in this world to nurture them, to take care of them, to protect them from any bad thing that might come.


7/21 アーネスト・ヘミングウェイ(小説家、詩人)

Now is no time to think of what you do not have. Think of what you can do with that there is.

今は自分にないものについて考えるときではありません。 あるものを使って何ができるかを考えてください。

If something is wrong, fix it. But train yourself not to worry, worry fixes nothing.


Every man’s life ends the same way. It is only in the details of how he lived and how he died that distinguish one man from another.


7/22 ドン・ヘンリー(ミュージシャン)

Let hope inspire you, but let not idealism blind you. Don’t look back, you can never look back.


7/23 磯崎新(建築家)

Extravagance is, for me, complete silence.


7/24 谷崎潤一郎(小説家)



Beauty always develops from the reality of life, and our ancestors, who were forced to live in dark rooms, found beauty in the shadows, and eventually came to use shadows to serve the purpose of beauty.

7/25 グレン・マーカット(建築家)

I cannot pursue my architecture without considering the minimization of energy consumption, simple and direct technologies, a respect for site, climate, place and culture. Together, these disciplines represent for me a fantastic platform for experimentation and expression. Of particular importance is the junction of the rational and the poetic resulting hopefully in works that resonate and belong to where they reside.


7/26 スタンリー・キューブリック(映画監督)

There’s something in the human personality which resents things that are clear, and conversely, something which is attracted to puzzles, enigmas, and allegories.


The feel of the experience is the important thing, not the ability to verbalize or analyze it.


7/27 イーゴリ・マルケヴィチ(作曲家、ピアニスト、指揮者)


We musicians play in Time and with Time, but sometimes it is Time that plays with us. One day, unpredictably, the evolution of culture makes real an oeuvre which has lain in obscurity.

7/28 サンティアゴ・カラトラバ(構造家、建築家)

These three qualities I recommend to you; tenacity, goodness, and intelligence. They are as valuable today as they were in the time of the ancient Greeks, Romans and during the renaissance. They will help make you good professionals.

私があなたに勧めるこれら 3 つの資質。粘り強さ、善良さ、知性。それらは、古代ギリシャ人、ローマ人の時代、そしてルネサンスの時代と同様に、今日でも価値があります。彼らはあなたを優れた専門家にするのに役立ちます。

7/29 ジャン・ボードリヤール(フランスの哲学者、思想家)

We live in a world where there is more and more information, and less and less meaning.


7/30 ヘンリー・ムーア(イギリスの芸術家、彫刻家)

The most striking quality common to all primitive art is its intense vitality. It is something made by a people with a direct and immediate response to life.


7/31 柳田國男(民俗学者)


Words are born from the ground. If you don’t know the language, you can’t understand the relationship between soil and humans.