unsubstantiated estimates

Unlike shares or stocks that are fungible, individual works of art are both distinctive and unique in medium, size, composition, quality and salability . The application of an across the board opinion to works of art by nature ignores the uniqueness of works of art, and is therefore inappropriate. At best, opinions should be tiered and salability alone by hotly demanded artist would have ruled out the fair market value compounded by unsubstantiated estimates set by irresponsible auction houses.

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beyond our control

“You can stop a bird from perching on your shoulder but you can’t stop a bird from flying over your head” – Confucius
There are situations in life which is within your grasp that you yourself can resolve or put a stop to but not all. Certain situations are beyond our control . That’s what it means.

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delusion and blindness

There comes a time in your life where you can see things a lot of people cannot see and derive conclusions that people cannot arrive at. It’s called delusion. There also comes a time in your life where you can’t see things a lot of people can see and you cannot derive conclusions that people can easily arrive at. It’s called blindness.

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