Frank Lloyd Wright - A creative life is a young one.
Pearl Buck - On Death
The dragonfly begins as a grub in water. Then at the proper moment, it surfaces, finds it has wings and flies away. I suppose that the ones left in the water wonder where he went and why he doesn't come back. But he can't because he has wings. Nor can they go to him, because they don't have their wings yet.
Frederick Franck -
In this 20th Century to stop rushing around, to sit quietly on the grass, to switch off the world and come back to the earth, to allow the eye to see a willow, a bush, a cloud, a leaf is an unforgettable experience.
(and now it is the 21st Century - what do we create for ourselves now.)
Seeing-drawing is not the pursuit of happiness, but stopping the pursuit, and experiencing the awareness, the happiness of being all there.
(what wonderful intention to set for the day.)