Time and Change

Many of the things I say on this blog are widely recognized. They are not always expressed the same way. Actually, I don’t know if “widely recognized” is the right phrase—it might be more like conventional wisdom of the past. What was conventional once is now so far beyond the fence that it seems new. But you can’t repeat the past. What was once true and is again has to be rediscovered, reinvented in fact.

Robert Linsley, Gulf 1999

But all freshness comes from art. When it’s right you don’t think about the precedents. Those kind of thoughts are charmed away.

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