Invention has its own algorithm: genius, obsession, serendipity, and
in some unknowable combination.
— Malcolm Gladwell
One day, a New York composer met an expert on Asian domesticated elephants, and together they reached some sort of freakish
and decided to see if elephants could learn to play music.
— Jon Pareles
New York Times
came when a dozen engineers in northern New Mexico saw a lone, fading Xerox paper carton bobbing in a swamp of old motor oil at the bottom of a pit.
— Michelle Conlin
Seeing her father again when she was an adult was an epiphany that changed her whole view of her childhood.
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Even Joyce’s fifth-episode epiphany about the way women in more traditional gender roles wield their power by manipulating their husbands is territory already covered by the likes of Game of Thrones.
Angie Han, The Hollywood Reporter, 16 Mar. 2022
Out of that slowdown, though, has come another epiphany.
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Sara Miller Llana, The Christian Science Monitor, 29 Sep. 2021
Coming of age shows seem to be popping up everywhere, much to my delight, as early adolescence is ripe with humor, warmth and epiphany.
Michelle Icard, CNN, 20 Sep. 2021
Young, who underwent arthroscopic surgery on her left knee in October 2020, had a similar epiphany during Maryland’s run to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA tournament in March.
Edward Lee, baltimoresun.com, 25 Feb. 2022
The influence of the late Stevie Ray Vaughan is readily apparent in the fleet, blues-rocking guitar work and earthy vocals of Albert Cummings, who cites attending a 1987 Vaughan concert as a major epiphany.
George Varga, San Diego Union-Tribune, 17 Feb. 2022
Within months after that epiphany on Whitney, the couple had spent a springtime week in a nearby state park and started planning the first of two consecutive thru-hikes of the John Muir Trail.
Grayson Haver Currin, Outside Online, 15 Feb. 2022
The City Council reversed the hike last week after an epiphany that the increase comes at an economic cost.
The Editorial Board, WSJ, 11 Jan. 2022
If September 11, 2001, was the day that destroyed an age-old illusion underpinning US power — that the mainland was immune to outside attack — January 6 brought an epiphany that democracy may not actually be forever.
Stephen Collinson, CNN, 6 Jan. 2022