I could compare my music to white light which contains all colours.
Only a prism can divide the colours and make them appear; this prism could be the spirit of the listener.
The human voice is the most perfect instrument of all.
A need to concentrate on each sound, so that every blade of grass would be as important as a flower.
Tintinnabulation is like this. Here I am alone with silence. I have discovered that it is enough when a single note is beautifully played. This note, or a silent beat, or a moment of silence comfort me.
I don't think just being skinny means necessarily anorexic.
I hope one day when I say I'm from Estonia, people don't say: 'What? Where's that?'
We feel free. We're independent. People can be openly proud of being Estonian. I have a lot of belief in Estonia.
Tintinnabulation is an area I sometimes wander into when I am searching for answers - in my life, my music, my work. In my dark hours, I have the certain feeling that everything outside this one thing has no meaning.
You know what I always dreamed of? That with the greenhouse effect, one day Estonia can be what L.A. is right now. I always thought when the end of the world comes, I want to be in Estonia. I think then I'd survive.
Because I have a passion for the play.
My father was a chess teacher, and I learned the play of him as a small child. Occasionally I made another career; but now I have again the possibility of maintaining the passion of my early youth days.
I have a figure, and there aren't many girls out there right now who have that.
Silence is the pause in me when I am near to God.
I don't think Estonians ever really hated Russians.
It was more, 'Leave us alone.' We can't change what is past. We can't blame them for what their parents have done. We never hated them. They didn't destroy us that bad.
I get paid to work; I don't pay to work.
Places like New York are just too intense, too much about money, too much about ambition; it's all too superficial for me.
It's not really like you have a thing like a supermodel anymore.
It's more of a word than a real existence. I think, also, looking at it from a designer's point of view, at one point maybe they felt the stars took too much attention away from the clothes.