ON AGING - I reject the title of senior citizen. I think of myself as being chronologically advantaged.
ON AGING - I only admit to being of "advanced years" if there is a discount involved.
ON ART - Art gives joy to the artist; that it pleases others is pure gravy.
ON DISAPPOINTMENT - We met, we loved, we parted; there was no casualty except what might have been.
ON LIFE - I'm blindsided by the realization that very few of the most important occurrences in my life were actually planned by me.
ON LIMITATIONS - There is only one thing worse than setting limitations on yourself and that is letting others do it.
ON MEMORY - Discard no memory, neither good nor bad, for memory defines not only where we have been, but frequently where we are going.
ON MISTAKES - Is it any wonder that I've learned so little from the mistakes of others ... when often I've learned nothing at all from my own!
ON PHOTOGRAPHY - Technical skills aside, without a good eye you have nothing worth printing.
ON PHOTOGRAPHY - At times I wonder if I am looking through my camera's viewfinder to capture what I see or to see what I will capture.
ON SUCCESS - If we want to succeed, what we have accomplished must always be insufficient when compared to what remains to be done.
ON SUCCESS - That I sometimes win is relative; that I always try is essential - for I can only really lose if I do not try.
ON LIFE - I consider my life well-lived as I’ve gotten most of what I have earned … and fortunately for me … only half of what I really deserved
ON HOPE - Hope is a fall back position when one hasn't a well thought out plan.
ON DECEPTION - I do not judge a person by their accomplishments but rather by their indifference that anyone notices. Only then, am I inclined to believe that the deed was not deviously self-serving.
ON LOVE - True love obligates only one's self