“The magician has a large audience, and he pulls not only rabbits and flowers out of his hat, but also gold coins — much to the amazement of all. But after the applause dies down, he passes around the same hat to collect pennies as a reward. When you are able to do the same tricks without having to pass the hat afterward, then you’ll know you are doing the right thing and have chosen the right profession.” —Boris Aronson’s father- the Grand Rabbi of Kiev
“And I learned two things. First, that it is easy to fool people in art, and, second, if you can make a fly look like a fly, you’re in.” —
wise man. guru. artist.