On my morning exploratory walk, I came across this giant mural. Mural painters amaze me. To create such a huge, public display of art takes an immense amount of confidence on the part of the artist. There is no room for fear of mistakes. The entire neighborhood will see that mistake in the process of being made, not to mention the humiliation of correcting it in front of the world. And heaven forbid if the mistake is not corrected and it stays on view for decades until someone mercifully paints over it. Hats off to public artists.
Teddy Roosevelt said this: “Each time we face our fear, we gain strength, courage, and confidence in the doing.”
I dunno, Teddy, I dunno.
I don’t know who painted this; otherwise I would’ve given her/him credit.