Chris newman - compassion

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The next day, May 16, 1971 (novel) or October 9, 1975 (film), at 7:00 pm, Regan spoke in his mother's voice again. Merrin told him to rest. He returned to the Jesuit Residence Hall again, where he received word that Kinderman was there to visit him. Kinderman asked him (theoretically) what he would do about the Burke case and he suggested leaving it alone. Kinderman invited him to the movies again, but he turns it down. He returned to the MacNeil Residence, where he saw Chris looking through pictures of Regan. He read a poem that Regan wrote for Chris as a mother's day present and he began to feel compassion and human love towards Regan, which restored his faith. He went up to Regan's room, where he found Merrin on the floor, dead of heart failure, surrounded by his Nitroglycerin pills. Karras decided to make the ultimate sacrifice. He invited the demon to possess him and instead of strangling Regan like the demon wanted him to, he fought the demon inside him and threw himself out the window, seeing it as his chance to purge the world of the evil being; tumbled down the stairs of M Street, where he died right after Father Dyer gave him the Last Rites. [2]

Another of the novel’s characters is Mr. Batts, the director of the Truth Society. This organization is founded on two principles. First, it is uncertain whether truth exists. Second, it is certain that it cannot be found. Welcome to the world of philosophical skepticism which, Newman understood, is based on the contradiction of holding that we know the truth that humans really cannot know truth.

Newman is an experimental interdisciplinary artist using the medium of music, painting, video, drawing and literature. From 1976 to 1979 he studied music at King's College London , taking a Bachelor of Music . During this time he met the Russian poet Eugene Dubnov and started to translate Russian poets ( Osip Mandelstam , Velimir Khlebnikov ), this process of translating proving important for his later work (. from one medium to another / from life to art). Started writing own poems in 1979. Moved to Cologne , Germany , in 1980 to study with Mauricio Kagel (New Music, Theatre / Video) at the Hochschule für Musik Köln . First public performance singing own songs in 1982. Founded chamber-punk rock band Janet Smith in 1983; met Morton Feldman in 1984. First concerts and video showings: Institute of Contemporary Arts , London; Theater am Turm, Frankfurt ; Kölnischer Kunstverein , Cologne; Cooper Union , New York. Started to paint in 1989, which led (from 1994) to the two medium installations; in recent vears presented paintings in a more sculptural and installed manner, cutting the canvas and rearranging the parts to form a new relationship within the painting [1] . These installations have been presented at (among other places): Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf, (1994); Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, (1999); Diözesan Museum , Cologne, Donaueschinger Musiktage ; Limelight Kortrjk; Musée d'Art Moderne, Strasbourg, Arp Museum Rolandseck, Goethe-Institut Budapest. His paintings and drawings are represented in the Diözesan Museum, Cologne, Neue Museum, Nuremberg , as well as in the Neue Museum Weserburg, Bremen , and Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin. Since the beginning of the 80's Newman's music pieces have been performed at concerts and festivals and recorded for radio productions (also orchestral commissions). These include songs, piano pieces and two piano concertos, the most recent of which Piano concerto No. 2 - Part 2 , was premiered at the Donaueschinger Musiktage in 2006. He has published books of poetry and prose and issued a number of CDs. After the first phase in Cologne, he lived in Paris, London, again in Cologne and now in Berlin. From 2001 to 2002 he was professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart .

25. “Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself, do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it.” ~Bruce Lee

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