We’ve collected the best Prism Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Jim Nantz, Luciana Berger, Roland Martin, Anna Deavere Smith. Use them as an inspiration.
‘Babel‘ is about the point of view of others. It literally includes points of views as experienced from the other side. It is not about a hero. It is not about only one country. It is a prism that allows us to see the same reality from different angles.
It’s absolutely crucial that we look at mental health not just through the prism of health but in a cross-cutting way.
The prism through which you experience life is so unique. There is no objective experience.
The essays are different because ultimately it’s things I’m interested in, and I’m really just writing about myself and using those subjects as a prism.
The great thing about celebrity culture is that they can’t seem to stop themselves from displaying their ridiculous behaviour. I feel it’s my job as a serious investigative journalist to witness all kinds of behaviour and then report back to the audience through the prism of my own anger and bitterness.
The difference between ‘Watchmen‘ and a normal comic book is this: With ‘Batman‘s Gotham City,’ you are transported to another world where that superhero makes sense; ‘Watchmen’ comes at it in a different way, it almost superimposes its heroes on your world, which then changes how you view your world through its prism.
I do see the ministry of Human Resources Development through the prism of gender. I see it through the prism of capabilities.
My work is a self-portrait of my mind, a prism of my convictions.
As a company gets big, the information that informs decision-making gets massive. Depending upon the prism through which you view the business, your perspective will vary. If two people are in charge, this variance will cause conflict and delay.
I’m not interested in playing characters who see the world through my prism; I think the journey of understanding any character is to see how they tick and how they differ from you.
I love seeing America vote, through the prism of my older working class neighborhood in Riverside, California.
‘Younger‘ is about reinvention and how age is very much a state of mind. I think the show is ultimately about reinvention. I do think it explores, ultimately, the differences between generations, through the prism of reinvention. That reinvention is possible.
Advocating for affirmative action through the prism of diversity may be more politically palatable, but it will inevitably yield insufficient results.