Notes from the Post-it Wall | Week of June 30, 2019

Notes from the Post-it Wall | Week of June 30, 2019

By David Himmel

• Forgiveness is a dish best served.

• If you close your eyes and plug your nose, eating a protein bar is not much different than eating a Tootsie Roll.

• My sense of direction has led me exactly to where I never wanted to be.

• Sesame Street needs a Hasidic Jew character. Could be a Muppet, could be a human. Yes, there’s Oscar the Grouch and Julia the Autistic, but to truly represent an individual who complains and struggles with a break from routine, a Hasidic Jew is the best you’ll get.

• Creatives must consume the creative projects of others to keep themselves inspired and in the know. It’s a terribly fine line between being a consuming creative and just being a consumer.

• Lately, I’ve had to remind myself that I’m not twenty years old anymore. It’s a depressing thought and in many ways, an even more depressing experience.

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