Some poems use a lot of words to say nothing.
At the time almost any portrait in a museum was made, the person in the painting was more important than the artist. Now the opposite is true. That’s perspective.
If you play cards once a year, you’re not a card player. If you hunt deer once a year, you’re probably a hunter.
Even the dead have birthdays.
Either walk slowly or run quickly. Never meander moderately.
At least a little of each day should be spent doing something that looks like nothing.
Art critics are more pretentious yet less accomplished than the artists they assess.
You are what you think and how you feel — but if what you say and how you act fail to follow your thoughts and feelings, you are not yourself. You are no one.
The trivial can still be consequential.
Never tell a story when a sentence will suffice.