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Dallas Simpson

Conceptually it is untenable that the quintissential attribute of humanity, namely creative expression, as an outpouring of our common spirituality, that very character that elevates us above base competitative materialism, should become at device for promoting a retrograde system of competitive marketing, thus removing a fundamental process for our individaul and collective spiritual growth and maturation from the generality of mankind into the obsolescent cul-de-sac of manufactured celebrity. For it is both through the appreciation and practise of art, that we are able to elevate our sensitivities, refine our sensibilities and draw nearer to that Sublime Unknowable, Uncreated Essence from which we originated.

It is only through such refinement that the quality of our lives and consequently the quality of our civilisation may be advanced.


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