Conceptual arts of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
"I once had a dream, or a vision, and I imagined that dream to be of importance to other people, so I wrote the manuscript and made the film. But it is not until the moment when my dream meets with your emotions and your minds that my shadows come to life. It is your recognition that brings them to life. It is you indifference that kills them. I hope that you will understand; that you when you leave the cinema will take with you an experience or a sudden thought—or maybe a question. The efforts of my friends and myself have then not been in vain…" — Ingmar Bergman
And let my gratitude for what You have taken away from me be more abundant than my gratitude for what You have given me."Imam Zain ul Abideen in Sahife Sajiddiyah from the dua titled “His Supplication in Satisfaction with the Decree” (via quboor)
It’s amazing how much you think you know something until somebody asks you to explain it. Understanding a concept is one task and articulating it into speech and explanation so that another can understand it is an even greater task in itself.
I suppose we’ll never really know people, or know them at all. We all build homes with several rooms that have hidden rooms filled with drawers and cabinets of files that enclose our secrets, thoughts, feelings, emotions, whispers, obsessions, desires, and everything we ensure never sees the light…