Henry Miller self-portrait and quote of the month … November 2013 …
Last night was a night to remember: I was among a sold out audience able to watch closing night at the first ever musical-comedy run of, The Rocky Horror Show in Bangkok, Thailand. There were many memorable moments. I plan to write more about the performance at another time.
Henry Miller was a writer, a painter, a poet , and now, many years after his death he remains a source of inspiration – to me and many others. Once a month I consider quotes of Henry’s to post. I chose a short one this month, which is full of great advice for writers and non-writers alike:
Remember to remember. – Henry Miller
Three words that Henry thought important enough to etch into the self portrait, above. It’s a quote that is easy to remember but difficult to practice. That is probably why Henry took the time to write it down.
2 Responses to “Henry Miller self-portrait and quote of the month … November 2013 …”
Glad last night went well. Glad you remember it. (Though by some standards, then, it couldn’t have gone all that well.)
The 80s are a blur but I always considered that more of a blessing than a curse. Thanks for the comment, Collin. But I sort of miss your old avatar …