The truth is a mayor can actually do very little to alter the course of a huge city run by the free market that is home to banking - the engine room of capitalism.
So with truth - there is a certain moment when one can say, this is the truth and here I put a dot, a stop, and I go to another thing. A judge has to put an end to a deliberation. But for a historian, there's never an end to the past. It can go on and on and on.
I think artists are really the root of a tree. They can search for truth or reality in their own way, and the gallery can support them - the outside part of the tree, where it is more about reaching the outside world, connecting with the outside world. That is the role of the gallery, no? Why does the artist have to do that?
In a sense, there's a great truth to that, but, also I was a great reader.
Truth comes to us mediated by human love.
I don't think you can tell the objective truth about a person. That's why people write novels.
Of all liars the most arrogant are biographers: those who would have us believe, having surveyed a few boxes full of letters, diaries, bank statements and photographs, that they can play at the recording angel and tell the whole truth about another human life.
Ultimately, education in its real sense is the pursuit of truth. It is an endless journey through knowledge and enlightenment.
In every truth, the beneficiaries of a system cannot be expected to destroy it.
So long as you do it truthfully, music is not to be judged.