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Because, as we all know, it’s easier to do trivial things that are urgent than it is to do important things that are not urgent, like thinking. And it’s also easier to do little things we know we can do than to start on big things that we’re not so sure about.

― John Cleese

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Instinct is your highest form of intelligence.

Sarah Lewis, who wrote this magnificent meditation on creativity, the gift of failure, and the quest for mastery, in conversation with Anna Deavere Smith at the New York Public Library, part of the altogether excellent LIVE from the NYPL series of live events curated by Paul Holdengraber. 

Beautiful little clip

Great picture Meg :) 


Impenetrable. Barbed wire rods at the Guggenheim.

Great picture Meg :)

Impenetrable. Barbed wire rods at the Guggenheim.

Great Christopher Wool exhibit at the Guggenheim #art #do #exhibit

Great Christopher Wool exhibit at the Guggenheim #art #do #exhibit

Express your most powerful thought in the shortest sentence.
Roy Peter Clark writes in The New York Times. (via millionsmillions)
Presence is far more intricate and rewarding an art than productivity.