"The most important thing in life is style. That is, the style of one’s existence—the characteristic mode of one’s actions—is basically, ultimately what matters. For if one defines themselves by doing [being], then style is doubly definitive because style describes the doing.
The point is this: Happiness is a learned condition. And since it is learned and self-generating, it does not depend on external circumstances for its perpetuation. This throws a very ironic light on content. And underscores the primacy of style.
It is content, or rather the consciousness of content, that fills the void. But the mere presence of content is not enough. It is style that gives content the capacity to absorb us, to move us; it is style that makes us care."
- The Girl, Another Roadside Attraction
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