6月後半 誕生日の偉人と名言

6/16 トゥパック・シャクール(ラッパー)

We gotta make a change

It’s time for us as a people to start makin’ some changes

Let’s change the way we eat

Let’s change the way we live

And let’s change the way we treat each other

You see, the old way wasn’t workin’

So it’s on us to do what we gotta do to survive

ー”changes” 2Pac

変化を起こさなければなりません 私たち人類が何かを変え始める時が来た 食べ方を変えてみましょう 生き方を変えてみましょう そしてお互いの扱い方を変えてみましょう ほら、昔のやり方はうまくいかなかったんだ 生き残るために何をするかは私たちにかかっているんだ

6/17 ケンドリック・ラマー(ラッパー)

My moms always told me, ‘How long you gonna play the victim?’ I can say I’m mad and I hate everything, but nothing really changes until I change myself.


6/18 ポール・マッカートニー(ミュージシャン)

Think globally, act locally.


6/19 ポーリン・ケイル(映画批評家)

In the arts, the critic is the only independent source of information. The rest is advertising.


6/20 エリック・ドルフィー(ジャズミュージシャン)

When you hear music, after it’s over, it’s gone in the air. You can never capture it again.

音楽を聴くと、終わった後は空中に消えてしまいます。 もう二度と捕まえることはできない。

6/21 フランソワーズ・サガン(フランスの小説家、脚本家)


Art must take reality by surprise.

6/22 アッバス・キアロスタミ(イランの映画監督)


In order to be universal, you have to be rooted in your own culture.

6/23 河合隼雄(心理学者)


A problem child presents us with a “problem”.

6/24 ジェフ・ベック(ギタリスト)

Things turn out better by accident sometimes. But you can’t organize accidents.


6/25 ジョージ・オーウェル(「1984年」などで知られる作家)

In a time of universal deceit – telling the truth is a revolutionary act.



In our age there is no such thing as ‘keeping out of politics.’ All issues are political issues, and politics itself is a mass of lies, evasions, folly, hatred and schizophrenia.


A society becomes totalitarian when its structure becomes flagrantly artificial: that is, when its ruling class has lost its function but succeeds in clinging to power by force or fraud.


Real power is achieved when the ruling class controls the material essentials of life, granting and withholding them from the masses as if they were privileges.


6/26 具志堅用高(元WBAライトフライ級王者、タレント)


Same with boxing or any job. How much time and passion you have can be put into it.

6/27 小泉八雲(日本研究科、小説家、英文学者)


It must be your story, your words, your thoughts.

6/28 ロビン・ダンバー(人類学者、進化生物学者)

we can only ever have 150 friends at most…


6/29 アントワーヌ・ド・サン=テグジュペリ(小説家、飛行家)


The meaning of things lies not in the things themselves, but in our attitude towards them.

6/30 マイク・タイソン(元ボクシングヘビー級チャンピオン)

I just want to be humble at all times.