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Hans Eworth_ Mary Nevill, Lady Dacre; Gregory Fiennes, 10th Baron Dacre (detail), 1559
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Joséphine. Coronation of Napoleon in Notre-Dame, detail. By Jacques-Louis David, 1805–07.
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Detail from Mrs. Grace Dalrymple Elliot (1754-1823) Thomas Gainsborough 1778
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Portrait of a Lady, Unknown Artist, c.1490
Power is a saccharin. It’s artificial. It does not exist, but there are enough who will not, do not love themselves or honor themselves enough to be in their own energy. They do not consider themselves worthy enough to have their own energy for their own creations that they take it from someone else. They are unconscious or blind to the fact that there is no power. You don’t need energy from anyone else. It’s all there for you in, you could say, unlimited quantities. There’s plenty.