lapitiedangereuse:“Sometimes I go for days without speaking to a soul. I think, “I should make that call”, but I put it off. Because there’s something pleasurable about not talking. But then I love talking, so it’s not that. But sometimes it can be nice. It’s not like I sit here philosophizing, because I’ve no talent for that. It’s just this thing about silence that’s so wonderful.” ― Ingmar Bergman
History- This is a bust of Aeschylus. He was considered the father of the tragedy. Aeschylus was an important Greek playwright from 525 BC to 456 BC. He wrote Agamemnon in 458 BC and The Persians in 472 BC.