The Ego

Louis Anquetin's "Avenue de Clichy," 1887, employs flat areas of color and a surface resembling cloisonne enamel, to create an unforgettable image of street life in late 19th century Paris. (Wadsworth Antheneum Museum of Art)

We shouldn’t underestimate the power
of the ego and its ability to change
things around to suit its purpose,
which is to survive!

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