I have a friend who is involved in the independent art world. Over the years he has supported many self-described “starving artists” whose dedication to their dreams has inspired him to write checks, host fundraisers and promote their craft. When I told him that I was going to sponsor “some guy’s attempt to swim acrossContinue reading “On Art, Fear, the Sea of Cortez and A Day Well Lived”
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On 2013: The Year of “One Thing”
There’s a scene in movie “City Slickers” when Curly tells Billy Crystal’s character that the secret to life is “one thing.” What’s the one thing? Well, it’s different for everyone. But if we can find our “one thing,” the world falls into place. Of course, it’s not so easy. For the last couple of years,Continue reading “On 2013: The Year of “One Thing””
On Whitney Houston, Wasted Talent & More Thoughts on a Birthday Eve
I realize it may seem strange, but as the clock speeds toward 44 (that’s the big hand on the “oh f**k” and the little hand on the “oh crap”), I find myself thinking about Whitney Houston. (That’s all hands on the “WTF?”) It’s true. With my birthday looming large those thoughts of “what should haveContinue reading “On Whitney Houston, Wasted Talent & More Thoughts on a Birthday Eve”
What Super Power Would You Want to Have?
I was recently talking to a friend about 2012 and I told her that I’ve long wanted to have a super power that wouldn’t so much let me look into the future, but instead would just transport me there. I explained that I didn’t want to change the future. The events would have played outContinue reading “What Super Power Would You Want to Have?”