Russell McNeil, PhD (Experimental Space Science and Physics) Author of
The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius, Selections Annotated and Explained
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Wonderful--it reminds me of Victor Hugo's splendid poem:"Personally, I don't expect God to keep himself under control, not always, You have to put up with some vibrant excesses from such a great poet...Bad taste is one of his quirks,He likes to add dragons to chasms and maggots to sewers,To be a combined Rabelais-Michelangelo.That's what the Lord is like, and I just accept it."
Great quote, there's no doubt that Pablo Picasso was a man of deep contradictions. Picasso was a self avowed communist. However, Picasso was also one of the world's wealthiest artists, leaving his heirs an estate valued at $260 million ($1.5 billion in 2008 dollars) when he died in 1973. Pablo Picasso once remarked, 'I like to live like a poor man, except with lots of money'! lol! Cheers, Jimihttp://www.free-art-images.com/pablo_picasso.html
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