Getting out of the serious posts for just a moment.
Finished the trip to Miami with some great food and conversation with an old friend. It feels great to catch up and talk effortlessly. This was the view from my window on the flight from Orlando to Albany.
Today I visited the Holocaust Memorial in Miami Beach. It was easily the most moving, somber, and in a way terrifying piece or art/monument I’ve ever seen. The imagery, sculpture, and even the layout made me feel incredibly sad, trapped, and shook me to the bone. Couldn’t bring myself to take a photograph. Contrast that…
Ira Glass on Creativity, Taste, and Hard Work. (shared originally by The Exceptional Man)
“Sometimes it’s hard to write songs…because so many of them have already been written.” -Rainbow Young
“No matter what you do in your life, what you create, no matter what career you have, whether you have a family or kids, make a lot of money or whatever – your greatest creation will always be your life story, because it’s this container that holds all of those other things.” – Jonathan Harris…
I found this fascinating and frightening all at once.