10月前半 誕生日の偉人と名言

10/1 ウラディミール・ホロヴィッツ(ピアニスト)

Piano playing consists of common sense, heart and technical resources. All three should be equally developed. Without common sense you are a fiasco, without technique an amateur, without heart a machine. The profession does have its hazards.

ピアノの演奏は、常識、心、技術の資源で構成されています。3 つすべてが均等に開発される必要があります。常識がなければ大失敗、テクニックがなければ素人、心がなければ機械です。職業には危険が伴います。

10/2 マハトマ・ガンディー(政治指導者)

Let your life be your message.


Be truthful, gentle, and fearless.


There is no school equal to a decent home and no teacher equal to a virtuous parent.


10/3 山本耀司(服飾デザイナー)


Choosing one outfit means choosing one lifestyle.

10/4 リチャード・リーティー(アメリカの哲学者)

Freedom is the recognition of contingency.


10/5 田臥勇太(日本人初のNBA選手)


People around me were belittling me and telling me it was impossible. But I didn’t want others to define my limits.

10/6 ル・コルビュジェ(建築家)


Life never stops. The torment of men will be eternal, unless the function of creating and acting and changing, living intensely through each day, be considered an eternal joy.

10/7 トム・ヨーク(ミュージシャン)

I think the most important thing about music is the sense of escape.


10/8 武満徹(現代音楽家)


Music and poetry aren’t all that great. What is the difference between sneezing, yawning, hiccups, and laughing?

10/9 ジョン・レノン(ミュージシャン)

Life is what happens while you are busy making other plans.


10/10 セロニアス・モンク(ジャズピアニスト)

Everyone is a genius at being themselves.


10/11 川久保玲(服飾デザイナー)


Let’s say you received feedback from everyone saying, “That was great, or that it was beautiful.” That’s already worrying. I feel self-loathing, wondering why I made something so easy to understand.

10/12 ルチアーノ・パヴァロッティ(オペラ歌手)

If children are not introduced to music at an early age, I believe something fundamental is actually being taken from them.


10/13 辰野金吾(建築家)


I have never been a genius. However, even the most talented people were not as studious as me. What a genius memorizes after hearing it once, I asked ten times, revised it twenty times, and memorized it.

10/14 ハンナ・アーレント(政治哲学者、思想家)

To think and to be fully alive are the same.


The sad truth is that most evil is done by people who never make up their minds to be good or evil.


The aim of totalitarian education has never been to instill convictions but to destroy the capacity to form any.


10/15 フリードリヒ・ニーチェ(哲学者)

He who laughs best today, will also laughs last.


One ought to hold on to one’s heart; for if one lets it go, one soon loses control of the head too.