65 Fusion Quotes On Success In Life

These fusion quotes will inspire you. Fusion is the process or result of joining two or more things together to form a single entity.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging fusion quotes, fusion sayings, and fusion proverbs.

Best Fusion Quotes

  1. “After the war, once the bop revolution had taken hold, there were all kinds of young musicians, talented young musicians, who were ready for this fusion of classical and jazz.” ~ Gunther Schuller
  2. “A woman can be very beautiful and an ideal model and she will photograph incredibly well, but she’ll appear in film and it won’t work. What works is some fusion of physical beauty with some mental field or whatever you call it. I don’t know.” ~ Oliver Stone
  3. “It is impossible to imagine a more complete fusion with nature than that of the Gypsy.” ~ Franz Liszt
  4. “If there is knowledge, it lies in the fusion of the book and the street.” ~ Studs Terkel

  5. “The richness of an artist is the fusion of influences that have shaped his life and work.” ~ Fernando Botero
  6. “Fraternity without absorption, union without fusion.” ~ Wilfrid
  7. “It is quite possible that the truest and most eloquent art is a successful fusion of both the visible and visionary worlds, each enhancing and reinforcing the other.” ~ Edward Betts
  8. “Fusion has been my nemesis.” ~ Pete La Roca

  9. “This is fusion, when two people become one. They are so close and so well suited to each other that they blend together. They merge and can’t live without each other after that.” ~ Danielle Steel
  10. “The secret of ‘fusion’ is the fact that the artist’s eye sees in nature… an inexhaustible wealth of tension, rhythms, continuities, and contrasts which can be rendered in line and color.” ~ Susanne Katherina Langer
  11. “It seems reasonable to expect that beauty will emerge from a fusion of the individual character and culture of the potter,with the nature of his materials.” ~ Bernard Leach
  12. “Irrigation of the land with seawater desalinated by fusion power is ancient. It’s called rain.” ~ Mike McAlary

  13. “The best work is a fusion of love and praise.” ~ Barbara Grizzuti Harrison
  14. “Every piece has its own identity which we develop by the rule ‘We know no limits.’ We follow the inspiration of the moment and don’t worry if what we’re playing is alternative, progressive or fusion rock.” ~ Page McConnell
  15. “The prospect of cheap fusion energy is the worst thing that could happen to the planet.” ~ Jeremy Rifkin
  16. “I’m just trying to avoid any sort of generic kind of music – I don’t want to do generic jazz or fusion.” ~ Andy Summers

  17. “I think Berklee College of Music had the highest dropout rate of any college – or pretend college – in the United States. Because I think most people think they’re going to be in Green Day or whatever, and you actually have to learn about music you don’t care for, too. I mean, I cared for a great deal of music; it’s just that I didn’t want to submerge myself into the well of fusion jazz.” ~ Brendon Small
  18. “Nuclear fusion of light elements like hydrogen or helium would permit approaching the speed of light. It seems very attractive to refuel your space ships where the fuel is.” ~ Wilson Greatbatch
  19. “Thus you may multiply each stone 4 times & no more for they will then become oyles shining in ye dark and fit for magicall uses. You may ferment them with gold and silver, by keeping the stone and metal in fusion together for a day, & then project upon metalls. This is the multiplication of ye stone in vertue. To multiply it in weight ad to it of ye first Gold whether philosophic or vulgar.” ~ Isaac Newton
  20. “Fusion will be ready when society needs it.” ~ Lev Artsimovich

  21. “I am black: I am the incarnation of a complete fusion with the world, an intuitive understanding of the earth, an abandonment of my ego in the heart of the cosmos, and no white man, no matter how intelligent he may be, can ever understand Louis Armstrong and the music of the Congo.” ~ Frantz Fanon
  22. “The sadistic person is as dependent on the submissive person as the latter is on the former; neither can live without the other. The difference is only that the sadistic person commands, exploits, hurts, humiliates, and that the masochistic person is commanded, exploited, hurt, humiliated. This is a considerable difference in a realistic sense; in a deeper emotional sense, the difference is not so great as that which they both have in common: fusion without integrity .” ~ Erich Fromm
  23. “No, the real American has not yet arrived. He is only in the Crucible, I tell you – he will be the fusion of all races, perhaps the coming superman.” ~ Israel Zangwill
  24. “I was about 10 when I got into nuclear science. That was when that spark hit me. It took a few years of research, but when I was 14, I produced my first nuclear-fusion reaction.” ~ Taylor Wilson

  25. “I don’t know if it’s a movement, but the only thing new that’s happening is that I think music and art and video and fashion are all kind of thrown into one big ball that’s on television, and people see that all the time – you see a fusion of all those things.” ~ Stephen Sprouse
  26. “Now, of course, cold fusion is the daddy of them all in a way, in terms of value, so I think that viewed in a social way, from the point of social considerations and economics, it will tell you that this thing will stay around.” ~ Martin Fleischmann
  27. “I learned so much about playing and touring being on the road and in the studio with Jeff, but I’d always played a lot of gigs in Seattle even prior to joining the Fusion.” ~ Kenny G
  28. “The fundamental purpose of a novel like Count Julian is to achieve the unity of object and means of representation, the fusion of treason as scheme and treason as language.” ~ Juan Goytisolo

  29. “Most of the stuff I learned to play, I learned in high school. I had a band in high school, a jazz-fusion thing, and I was the keyboard player. I was interested in how the instruments worked and the theory behind playing with them.” ~ Brian McKnight
  30. “Classical music and pop are two different universes, each with its own difficulties, peculiarities, depth and artistic dignity. In Italy, I think there is a fairly clear line of demarcation, but the history of music is full of fusion. Popular and classical music have always found points of contact, of crossing, exchange, both drawing mutual profit.” ~ Andrea Bocelli
  31. “I want my careless song to strike no minor key; no fiend to stand between my body’s Southern song – the fusion of the South, my body’s song and me.” ~ Margaret Walker
  32. “Our present nuclear fusion reactors are classified by the methods used to support the nuclear fusion reaction, which takes place at a temperature much hotter than the surface of the Sun.” ~ Wilson Greatbatch

  33. “I think the problem with a lot of the fusion music is that its extremely predictable, its a rock rhythm and the solos all play the same stuff and they play it over and over again and theres a certain musical virtuosity involved in it.” ~ Ken Burns
  34. “After sex, men fear too much intimacy; they want to separate again. Women want to talk, to continue the merging, melting fusion into one. Postcoital conversations keep the woman’s power alive. Through unconscious severance, by falling asleep, the man regains his self.” ~ Nancy Friday
  35. “GNOSTICS, n. A sect of philosophers who tried to engineer a fusion between the early Christians and the Platonists. The former would not go into the caucus and the combination failed, greatly to the chagrin of the fusion managers.” ~ Ambrose Bierce
  36. “Thermonuclear fusion is an absolute requirement, for the preservation of the human species.” ~ Lyndon LaRouche

  37. “I find a difference between what gets called world music – a fusion of western music and music from different cultures in more of a modernized version – and Explorer Series stuff, which is completely undiluted indigenous folk music. That’s a lot more powerful than a lot of the super-processed stuff that comes out now.” ~ Glenn Kotche
  38. “I’m primarily thought of as a rocker, and certainly ‘Frankenstein’ had a very dramatic power rock image. It was almost a precursor of heavy metal and fusion. But I also love jazz and classical and if there’s one common thread that runs through all my music, it is blues.” ~ Edgar Winter
  39. “Divorce: fission after fusion.” ~ Rita Mae Brown
  40. “2020. There’ll be cold fusion. We’ll actually be able to power our cars with our own feces. That’s right. The emissions problem will be a little intense, but just light a match.” ~ Robin Williams

  41. “It is a simple chemical reaction that has nothing to do with fusion.” ~ Nathan Lewis
  42. “I’ve been waiting to get back in the Miller Lite Ford since Homestead. The team at the shop have put a lot of effort into building me a fast Ford Fusion for Speedweeks. Being in the Unlimited gives us a chance to see what we’ve got to work with for the Daytona 500. I think both myself and Joey in the No. 22 will be fast down here. I’m ready to go.” ~ Brad Keselowski
  43. “It seems far simpler to go ahead and say that the epic is a fantastic myth, that happens to be true of the material Universe, that other myths are true in terms of their cultural meaning, and that there’s absolutely no problem with holding more than one story, just as there’s no problem with viewing the sunset in terms of planetary rotation and spectra and nuclear fusions one moment and as visual splendor the next.” ~ Ursula Goodenough
  44. “The fusion of art and technology that we call interface design.” ~ Steven Johnson

  45. “…I cannot help being astonished at the furious and ungoverned execration which all reference to the possibility of a fusion of the races draws down upon those who suggest it, because nobody pretends to deny that, throughout the South, a large proportion of the population is the offspring of white men and colored women.” ~ Fanny Kemble
  46. “Science condemns itself to failure when, yielding to the infatuation of the serious, it aspires to attain being, to contain it, and to possess it; but it finds its truth if it considers itself as a free engagement of thought in the given, aiming, at each discovery, not at fusion with the thing, but at the possibility of new discoveries; what the mind then projects is the concrete accomplishment of its freedom.” ~ Simone de Beauvoir
  47. “In each of us two powers preside, one male, one female: and in the man’s brain, the man predominates over the woman, and in the woman’s brain, the woman predominates over the man…If one is a man, still the woman part of the brain must have effect; and a woman also must have intercourse with the man in her. Coleridge perhaps meant this when he said that a great mind is androgynous. It is when this fusion takes place that the mind is fully fertilized and uses all its faculties.” ~ Virginia Woolf
  48. “As far as love is concerned, possession, power, fusion and disenchantment are the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.” ~ Zygmunt Bauman

  49. “Attempts to tame the wayward and domesticate the riotous, to make the unknowable predictable and enchain the free-roaming – all such things sound the death knell to love. Eros won’t outlast duality. As far as love is concerned, possession, power, fusion and disenchantment are the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.” ~ Zygmunt Bauman
  50. “We don’t know nearly enough about the complexities of Nature. If we think we can eliminate natural ecosystems and substitute prosthetic devices, i.e. clean air or water with fusion energy – we are kidding ourselves.” ~ E. O. Wilson
  51. “I was inspired by the androgyny of Yohji Yamanoto’s designs to translate the clothing’s dualities onto screen and image. I was playing with a multitude of influences for the S/S 2012 campaign, inspired by the modernist literature and architecture that is in itself a fusion of political and architectural mantras, both dreamy and concrete.” ~ Collier Schorr
  52. “Really annoys me any time I see Asian fusion too. Asia is a big place; which Asian are you talking about? You notice it’s never Uzbek or Tajik food. It’s Thai, and it’s generally insulting.” ~ Anthony Bourdain

  53. “There are a few things that I will hopefully be credited for as a pioneer. One is my four-mallet playing. Another one is the starting what was first called jazz rock in 1967 when I started my first band, later became jazz fusion by the 1970s.” ~ Gary Burton
  54. “Marriage is an an inherently contradictory state. It involves the fusion of two people into one thing. And it’s also love, and it’s a lot of work, and it’s got glory in its drudgery.” ~ Stephen Marche
  55. “My novels tend to come about from a fusion of two big ideas, creating a critical mass that then fissions, throwing off hundreds of other particles, riffs, tropes and characters.” ~ Will Self
  56. “Being asked to describe what ‘post-racial’ means is a bit like being asked to describe a leprechaun, cold fusion or unicorns: we know what is meant, but, if we are willing to be honest, we also know that none of the four describe something real, something tangible, something true.” ~ Tim Wise

  57. “Removing Christian evangelism from the African equation may leave the continent at the mercy of a malign fusion of Nike, the witch doctor, the mobile phone and the machete.” ~ Matthew Parris
  58. “Don’t get me wrong: I love nuclear energy! It’s just that I prefer fusion to fission. And it just so happens that there’s an enormous fusion reactor safely banked a few million miles from us. It delivers more than we could ever use in just about 8 minutes. And it’s wireless!” ~ William McDonough
  59. “As Jeremy Bentham had asked about animals well over two hundred years ago, the question was not whether they could reason or talk, but could they suffer? And yet, somehow, it seemed to take more imagination for humans to identify with animal suffering than it did to conceive of space flight or cloning or nuclear fusion. Yes, she was a fanatic in the eyes of most of the country. . .Mostly, however, she just lacked patience for people who wouldn’t accept her belief that humans inflicted needless agony on the animals around them, and they did so in numbers that were absolutely staggering.” ~ Chris Bohjalian
  60. “Jazz vision is the fusion of music and art a real paradox of same-yet different. Here we play in exchanges, like the hardness of the key of c# major and from the softness of Db major – capturing, reflecting and improvising.” ~ Barbara Januszkiewicz

  61. “When you think of diversity, George Duke fits that bill better than a lot of people. He’s played a lot of straight-ahead jazz with people like Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Adderley; he’s played a lot of fusion with his own groups, with Stanley Clarke; and, you know, he did the rock thing with Frank Zappa. He’s written all kinds of big arrangements for people like Burt Bacharach. So, he’s covered the board. He’s still a great pianist.” ~ Christian McBride
  62. “A fierce brief fusion which dreamers call real, and realists, an illusion; an insight like the flight of birds.” ~ Sylvia Plath
  63. “The fusion (of economic functions) would compel nations to fuse their sovereignty into that of a single European State.” ~ Jean Monnet

  64. “We pass thoughts around, from mind to mind, so compulsively and with such speed that the brains of mankind often appear, functionally, to be undergoing fusion.” ~ Lewis Thomas
  65. “I became a clown when these docs came to the house in Berkeley and asked me to come cheer up kids. I’d just had my third spinal fusion and I was looking for something to take my mind off the pain I was in.” ~ Wavy Gravy

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