On The First. . .
Despite this post title I will not be reviewing a solo or a group of artists and their "one hit recording" success. Instead, I am discussing the wonderment of "one". As well as "no one" too. In this case, they seem to exist together.
I am sharing words from one man who brought forth much enlightenment during his time on this planet as a playwright, screenwriter and author. In the following quote he communicated feelings about chance, uncertainty, possibility as well as the probability of peril in an almost lighthearted way. I would say it is effective. At least for me.
I like how these words come together and think its message remains good today as we begin month number twelve of 2021. To me it's about the power of one and perhaps no one too. Who knows who might be forgotten but for those who acknowledge the importance of risk-taking or other talents:
If no one
ever took risks,
would have painted the Sistine floor.
Attributed to Neil Simon
Of course, Michelangelo nor Mr Simon would never be classified as a one hit wonder but taking a look at the bigger picture can tell us more of the story. And it isn't that often true? Make each day of this new month worth celebrating. Happy December!
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